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CHINESE*JAPANESE,KOREAN ANTIQUES &amp; ART A COMPLETE ARRAY OF AFFORDABLE HOME FURNISHINGS, ACCENT PIECES. DIRECT IMPORTER CERTIFIED APPRAISALS CREDIT CARDS, CASH, CHECKS, 45 W. Sunset Way Issaquah, Washington ;6-392-8000 Trade International of Issaquah. inc. WOOded acres, small Pond. N.E. of Fall City. Terms, trade. 226-4757, or tf Pine Lake Plateau utilities, pavement, 392-2688, eves. 10 19 lots in Fall City with trailer. Water, power, garage. Trailer new rl. $28,000 with owner ,is. 11 02 Estate &+900LOtsl Sale i COUNTRY LOT, Lake Sammamish area. For Sale by Owner, 509-762-2468, after 6 pro. 10 19 ?/900RealEstate ONE ACRE ISSAQUAH Chalet peaked rambler, 4 BR, 2 BA, den. family room, sunken living room w/ cathedral ceiling, double garage with loft and shop, tlVz% financing, Deist.riding value at $105,000. 392-1709 1019 PLEASE BUY THIS HOME The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, October 19, 1983 - Page 11 (S-7) Obituaries Failed emission test? Repair seminars offered Help for motorists who The seminars are available the training will get "hands- test results and repair fail the vehicle emission test to all repair facilities with on" vehicle demonstrations information indicate many Alexander "Joe" Wycoff Company for 18 is coming from the Washing- infra-red exhaust analyzers in showing frequent causes for vehicles failing the emission McLean years He was a member of ton Department of Ecology. King and Snohomish Coun- failing the emission test. The tests have received wrong or A funeral service for St Andrews Free&Accepted Approximately 30 percent ties. seminars will also cover improper repairs. Alexander "Joe" McLean, Masons Lodge No. 35 for of the vehicles that fail the To encourage participation analyzer use and common Repair facilities interested 84, of Issaquah, was held Oc- over 50 years emission test, fail again even in this new program, the problems, and an overview in this training should call the tober 18, 1983 at 2 p.m. at Joe is survived by one son, after repairs have been per- department will publish the of the state's vehicle emisson Department of Ecology's Flintoft's Issaquah Funeral Norman McLean, of Issa- formed. To help minimize mechanic's name, business inspection and maintenance Vehicle Emission Testing Home. Burial followed at the quah, two granddaughters, these retest failures, the name and address in a program Hotlineat 464-5468. Hillside Cemetery. The set- Sandy Rodgers of Redmond department is expanding its brochure to be distributed to Officials believe nearly all ' vices were officiated by Rev. and Terri Ingram of Issa- mechanic training program motorists whose vehicles fail of the vehicles failing the Beautiful homes in a Richard Wendt and St. An- quah, one great-grand- on vehicle emission control the emission test. State repre- emission tets can pass a beautiful setting.., the best drews Masonic Lodge No. daughter and two great- to include free seminars at sentatives will also regularly retest if they are properly lssaquah has to offer. See 35. Joe passed away on great-grandsons, repair facilities, check the accuracy of the adjusted or repaired. Vehicle "Real Estate" in the classi- is out of state & must sell this immaculate 3 bedroom, 13, fieds. tier. Open kitchen with eating space adjoining family room, landscaped acre lot. $102,500 or offer. 392-8400, ask for MOVE IN IMMEDIATELY just reduced the price on an exceptionally quiet, ira- 2 bedroom, lsA bath unit in Sammamish Bluff bet- ellevue and Issaquah. The owner may consider a lease pur- 950. Call 392-8400 for a showing. ATTRACTIVE HOME & SETTING like a mini farm, this 3 bedroom, 13/4 bath on 2 acres, you gee this one. 2 stall barn, garden space, pasture & orchard. Doyle, 392-6255. N. 392-8400 STARTER HOME new 3 bdrm on sunny lot w/mountain view. Extras in- kylights, greenhouse window. Levelers, drapes & rater included. Felicity 392-1211/392-6585. )UNTRY CHARM $79,900 look at this beautifully maintained 3 bdrm home on horse acre across rd from beaver lake. Fenced cur- out building too. Connie Edwards 392-1211/392-3186. LCE! $84,500 3 bdrm 2 bath home w/park-like yard complete Dream kitchen w/oak cabinets, lots of work space & Located on private lane in Issaquah on Irg lot. CAROL /392-9916. EAT PRICE REDUCTION! $89,500 ome located on quiet street Jn Issaquah. 5 bdrms, 2 room & workshop, Large yard and view of Issa- 392-1211/392-8766. DNT AC. BEAVER LK$115,000 frontage - prime location 13/4 acre wooded lot. Ready for eat value - E-Z TERMS. Bill 392-1211/746-9104. Saturday, October 15, 1983 emission analyzers at the attal.Overlake Memorial Hospi- listedMechanicsrepair facilitieS.participating in Su]day Barfer Branell= ..... Joe was born November _ 12, 1898 in Carbonado, I I FLINTOff'S | l 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. -- $7.95 adults -- $4.95 chlldren Washington the son of Thomas and Anne McLean. I Issaquah I He was raised in Issaquah ] FUNERAL HOME I --1 -111 and attended school here. Joe worked as a coal miner | Since 1938 I ' l[!'i S" IC'8 co s,.v,.s j' . t. .,11 1- Raising the .- | Cremation, i I1 k ,i  L , Zrt 9 | Memorial. [., ' J ,, g!ftedchild I ."'"'"'""m'"" I +., -VlsIIorsWBIom- ISSAQUAH 1st WARD JESUS CHRIST Sunday services begin at l 1:30 a.m. We re new,.. d,scussed I li "--.+,B,,,00,.,O. .,+. If you're raising, gifted or I 222-5503 I  " " T 'S"qu'h r2nd Ward m ON'TED ,T.._tHr:''nAum:, ..., ,,.,,,, Sunday services begin at 9'00 a m. . . ' H[.0 exceptional child, Bellevue I 392-6444 | :100SthSou,he.s, , Cut,er,,-,,, IST Community College is offer- ing two special Fall courses I 'lrom, Mitheei | COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH =,, ,lo,,. to help him or her learn and ds392-1_341___',,, | I & Aib.,',, I $59,000 grow. ' - ",<'-.-.-.-.-.-.-. Tea Room -- 355 N.W. Gilman Blvd. 392-1700 I FLINTOFT I ChurchSchoo19.45am SUNDAY WORSHIP 10 a.m. N( bii00NOtice: : :: FORMS books, drifting sup- brinting, office machine as Book of Maps. IPPLY II-Lo Ctr., 392-2412 to 5:30 tf NOTICE NO. 83-150 OF 'JTION NO. 83-17 DECLARING THE OF THE CITY COUNCIL ' OF ISSAQUAH TO IM- ,'tAN BLVD FROM SR NT STREET BY CON- STANDARD CURBS ERS; PAVING THE WATER- FIRE HYDRANTS; IN- SIDEWALKS, STORM AND STREET LIGHTS; TRAFFIC SIGNALIZA- INCLUDING A CENTER ME- ALL GRADING AND IATION, ALL IN THE AND ALL NECESSARY TO IMPROVE- WITH CITY CREATING A LOCAL DISTRICT; PRO- PAYMENT OF THE IMPROVEMENT BE =ECIAL ASSESSMENT 'ROPERTY IN SAID tDER THE MODE OF BONDS. BY THE CITY THE CITY OF ISSA- INGTON: That it is the intention COuncil of the City of Iprove certain streets, Br Set forth in the City of aving the street; In- and fire nStalling sidewalks, e and street lights; signalization; land- Uding landscaping a and all grading, and related work make a corn date said street being the from SR 900 to Front That the cost and ex- labor and material re- e a complete improve- tg legal, engineering, rinting, costs of ac- expenses of Shall be made by ment plus such net if any, as the city prior to the final "oll hearing, on ac- ing portions of Gilman 900 to Front Street; a distirct shall be mbracing as near as property specially improvement and benefited property led to pay the cost of under the mode All persons who may act to the improvement ltioned are hereby ear at the Community et Way, in the City hlngton, at a meet- on the 7th )er, 1983, at the hour and there to pre- actions thereto, if any The Public Works City of Issaquah Is the CI- or prior to the day "Raising the Gifted   Child," a six-week course be- ginning October 17 and con- tinuing through November 21, looks at the distinctive needs of bright children, the parents' role in raising the child, and strategies for guid- ing the child's maximum growth potential. The class meets Mondays, 7 to 9 p.m. in Room C-235. Cost is $38.20. Exploring the new brain research and developing ac- tivities for right brain growth with young children is the topic of the second course, "Right Brain Activities With Young Children." For registration and other information, phone 641- ....................... 5208. aforesaid the estimated cost and expense of the improvement in this resolution mentioned anU'a State- ment of the aggregate actual valua- tion of the improvements thereon within the said proposed improve- ment district, according to the valuation last placed upon it for, general taxation, together with a diagram or print showing thereon the lots, tracts or parcels of land or other property which shall be specially benefited thereby, and the estimated amount of the cost and expense of such lot, tract, parcel of land or other property. PASSED by the City Council this 3rd day of October 1983, and signed by me in open session in authenti- cation of its passage this 3rd day of October, 1983. Rowan Hinds, City Council President APPROVED by the Mayor this 3rd day of October, 1983. A.J. Culver, Mayor FILED this 3rd day of October, 1983. ATTEST: Llnda Ruehle, City Clerk "'*APPROVED AS TO FORM: By: Office of the City Attorney Published in the Issaquah Press October 12th and 10th, 1983. I ..... i PUBLIC NOTICE NO. 83-151 S,E.P.A. DETERMINATION Pursuant to the provisions of Issaquah Ordinance No. 1449, notice is hereby given that the City of Issaquah did, on October 13, 1983, issue a Final Declaration of Non-Significance in accordance with the State Environmental Policy Act, Chapters 197-10-WAC and 43.21C R.C.W., for a proposal of the Issaquah Parks and Recreation to convert a 1,000 sq.ft, single family residence within Issaquah Com- munity Park, at 12th Ave. N.W. and Newport Way, to a meeting center. The proposal will also include the addition of 40 to 50 graveled spaces for parking and a picnic area. Any person aggrieved by the preceding determination may ap- peal said determination to the Issa- quah City Council. Such an appeal must be filed with the City Clerk within 10 days of this" publication. Filed by: City of Issaquah, Carol A. Hoppler, SEPA Coordinator Published in the Issaquah Press October 19,1983. The following proposed constitutional amendments are to be submitted to the voters at the state general election to be held on November 8, 1983. The ballot titles and explanatory statements were prepared by the office of the Attorney General. This is a legal publication as required by law from the office of the Secretary of State. Senate Joint Resolution 103 Official Ballot Title: Shall a commission be appointed by legislative leaders to redistrict legislative and congressional districts each decade based on equal population? The law as it now exists: The Stale of Washington is diwded into congressional and legislative distri(ts for the purpose of electing members of the federal Congress and the state legislature Under the "'one- man-one-vote'" rule. those legislative and congressional dis- tricts are required to be basically equal in population as determined by the last preceding federal census. Under existing state law the funclion of establishing the boundaries of legislative and congressional districts is vested in the state legislature. It the legislature fails to act m a v constitutionally valid manner, the federal court may take over and perform the function as occurred in this stale in 1972. The effect of SJR 103, if approved into law: This proposed Constitutional amendment would provide for the appointment of a redistricting commission alter each decennial federal census. The commission would be composed of five members, four of whom would be appointed by the legislative leaders of the two largest political parties in each house of the state legislature Those four, in turn, would then select the fifth member as a nonvoting chairperson If appointments are not made as required, then the State Supreme Court is directed to make the appoint- ments' The commission would be responsible, on the basis of population determined by the particular census, for the adoption of revised congressional and legislative redistricting plans. In addition to meeting the standard of population equality, each district established by the commission would be required to consist of contiguous territory, be compact and convenient, be separated from adjoining districts by natural geographical barriers, artificial barriers, or political subdivision boundaries to the extent reasonable The commission's plan must provide for .the number of legislative districts established by the legislature. Further, the plan is to be drawn so as not to purposely favor or de, criminate against any political party or group. The legislature could amend such redistricting plans, but only by a two-thirds vote of the members of the legislature. Any such amendment would ah, o have to be passed by both houses no later than the end of the thirtieth day of the first session convened after the commtssion has ,Jbmitted its plan to the legidature. Vote cast by the members of the 1983 Lesidatur e on final passage: HOUSE: Yeas, gS; Nays, 10; Absent or not votm 8. 3. SENATE: Yeas, 42; Nays, 4; Abrnt or not votir, 3. Senate Joint Resolution 105 Official Ballot Title: Shall the state constitution be amended to increase from thirty to fifty-five years the maximum term for state harbor leases? The law as it now exists: The Washington State Constitution provides for the establishment of state-owned harbor areaS which are located in navigable waters borderin 8 incorporated cities. These harbor areas are reserved for landings, wharves, streets and other conveniences of commerce and nay=Ration. The legislature, pursuant to the Constitution, has established general laws for the leasin8 of these areas The Constitution now limits the maximum term of 'such leases to thirty years, while existin 8 law permits leases of state-owned tidelands, and shorelands for up to fifty-five years The effect of SJR 105, if approved into law: This proposed amendment of the Washington State Constitution would increase from thirty to fifW4ive years the maximum allowable term for leases of state harbor areas. This change would make the maximum allowable term for harbor area leases consistent with the present fifw-five year maximum for state-owned tide and shorelands. Vote clM by the  of the 198] Lqpdlore On final p4sMp: HOUSE: Yea, 88; Nays, O; Absent ot not votinl 10 .TB'qATIE: Yeas, 4S; Nays, 1; At or not  3, Senate Joint Resolution 112 Official Ballot Title: Shall local governments marketing energy be permitted to use funds or credit to finance energy conservation by individuals and corporations? The law as it now exists: A 1979 amendment to the slate Constitution allows until January 1, 1990, counties, cities, towns and other municipal corporations which engage in the sale or distribution of energy to use public monies or credit derived from operating revenues to asstst owners of residential structures in financing the acquisition and installation of materials and equipment for conservation or more effective use of energy. That Constitutional amendment requires a charge-back lot the extension of public monies or credit and further provides for a lien against the residential structure or equipment benefited. The effect of SJR 112, if approved into law: This Constitutional amendment, if approved, would expand the constitutional eligibility or energy conservation public financing beyond the current restriction (only to owners of residential structures) to any individual, association or corporation using the funds for energy conservation purposes. This measure would also constitutionally permit local governments marketing energy to issue debt instruments repayable from revenues to finance these energy conservation purposes. The amendment also removes references in the current Constitution to "'more effective use of energy", leaving "conserving .energy" as the sole standard of eligibility. It further removes the constitutional requirement that a lien or other adequate security be provided for the finaring of energy conservation purpor, es for residential structures. The expiration date of the constitutional proviion authorizing thi, program would be changed from 1990 to 2005. Vote car4 by the members of the 1983 tqidature on fln,.I patMii e HOUSE: Yeas. 88; Nays, 8; t or not volin 2. SENATE: Yeas, 34; Nays, 14;  ot not vo 1, Now in its second edition The history of I., saquah ,ILSON C1KAI _ 1B B5S11 + Proceeds benefit ' lssaquah ltistorical Society Squak Valley is a small book on Issaquah history; a complete story of the childhood and young womanhood ota resident of Issaquah in its early days. The Seattle Times-- Squak Valley is crammed with rich detail about Indian neighbors, hopyard troubles, wild animal pets, horseback travel, pioneer diversions -- all the everyday happenings in a frontier community. Squak Valley is a gem. NOW AVAILABLE AT: FRONT STREET BOOKS THE BOOKPEOPLE at Gilman Village downtown Issaquah I Ill OFFICIAL NOTICE: Worship Service 11:00 a.m. 205 Mt. Park Blvd., 392-6280 (Parsonage) 392-6447 (Church) Eric C. Holstrom, 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 SUNDAYS 10 A,M. At Lutheran Bible Institute At Providence Heights Nursery Office 392-5968 Pre-Schoo! Bob Gray, Pastor 160 N.W. Gilman Ill l III I II ST. MICHAEL AND ALL ANGELS' EPISCOPAL PARISH 2nd S.E. and S.E. Darst SUNDAY: Issaquah 392-3215 8 & 10 a.m. Holy Eucharist The Rev Laura Cameron Fraser, 11:00 Church School Th. D., Rector 9:45-Noon Nursery The Rev. Robert Bathe a, Ass't. WED.: 10 a.m. Holy Eucharist COVENANT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Nursery Provided 22116 S.E. 51st Place, North of St. Regis Lumber WILLIAM J. SWENSON, PASTOR 392-5532 i NEWPORT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 4010 120th S.E., Bellevue, 746-6111 (West of 1-405 at Coal Creek Pkwy. Exit 10) the DIVINE WORSHIP: 9:30 and 11:00 A.M. Church School for all ages -- Nursery care all morning Bahai'F-ajth YOUTH FELLOWSHIP-- 6:30 P.M. Uniting the world... Dennis J. Hughes, Pastor One hart at a time No cmed but Christ, no book but the Bible, no name but Christians I(IX) IHOBART RD. 392,5848 Sunday Service ................... 8 e,m. ' Bible School ................... 9:15 a.m, Haty Pearson, Mn/ster 10 30 a.m. Worahlp .............. 7 p m Kah Be//, Assooete Evening Serv ce .................... rn Eog,t Youth Octo 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 14916.239th el, S E Worship ....... 10:30a m Issaquah (formerly lhe Roadside Evening ............. 6:00 p.m Chapel) ,tlr,S'l'ry attendant all ,'l'rri('e.' St. Joseph Catholic Church 220 Mt. Park Blvd., Issaquah P.O. Box 200, Issaquah Parish Priest House 400 Mr. Park Blvd. S.W. Phone 392-5516 Sunday Masses: 8:00, 9:30, 11:15 Saturday Evenings Anticipation Mass 5:30 p.m. I 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 222-71'51 i Pine Lake Covenant Church Meeting at Lutheran Bible Institute, Providence Heights SUNDAY: Bible Worship a ages 9 a.m.; Worship 10 a.m. WEDNESDAY: Men's Fellowship Breakfast at VIP's, 6:30 a.m. Bible Study at Pastor's home 7:30 p.m. THURSDAY: Women's Bible Study at L.B.I. 9 a.m. PASTOR ERIC JOSEPHSON 392-7115 II I ,,,. .... ,to.c.,, 392.4343 Our Savior Lutheran Church 745 Front Street S. Issaquah Worship Sunday mornini ....... 8 & ] ] 8ible Study Hour ........... 9:30 a.m. Beninl Worship Service ..... 7:30 p.m. Jim Wilson, intern. 392-5533 Richard L Wendt, Pastor 3924169 392.3101 I SAMMAMISH HILLS LUTHERAN CHURCH The American Lutheran Church Corner 228th S.C. & S.C. 8th 455-5285 Sunday Worship 8:30 & 11 a.m. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Satu rday Worship 5:00 p.m. Study 5:45 p.m, Nursery Avatlable Norman L. 0rtfi Pastor 392-8643 I II 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 NW. Mall All Are Welcome THE NEW LIFE CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP "THERE IS NEW LIFE IN CHRIST." Worship Service Pine Lake Comm Club Wednesday Sunday 212th S.E. & S.E. 20th St. 7:30 p.m. Issaqueh Home Fellowship 10:30 a.m. & 6:30 p.m. PASTOR PAT VEACH I 392-9823, , Faith, Hope &Love ",4 World Vbion WithA LocalConcern'" BJORN BERGMANN, Psgtor,llm , SUNDAY IO:OO a.m. Prstse and Wohlp * Numf provided /rMI Blbk Teachlq & SuNIlY School Home OuU'elch oa Monday ' WEDNESDAY ?:30 p.m. Bible In*litule L * Slledll MN'I, Women'| r YOUth alh'|lknh 'qk( 1ZI al el. g.E. (v= mile aa,t of Imquak Holiday lea) 392-8188 i PubtiC Readmg Room Mon.-Sat. 10-1 Wed. 10-4 1250 N.W. Mall Behind McDonalds Nurseq-Activitias for Children CHURCH SCHOOL 9 a.m. for all al+s HOLIDAY INN - ISSAQUAH William B. Price, Pastor 392-5387 THE NEIGHBORHOOD CHURCH Armblirs of God ?4"L 14 Scrvicr$ al Two L0qtion Imqalk/Pble,n, LBI Pravldel Hdllm Rib Educalion 9:00 a.m, Worship I0:00 a,m. Bdknr. 62-14OIR N.E. Communion 8:00 a.m. AduI(W orship 8:1 , I I:1  a.m, (Children's Chu reh/('lfir) Bibk Education 9:45 a.m [Aduh & ('hildrrn's) EveninR Worship 6:00 p.m, Wcdnday 7:00 p.m. Adah Ellives, Royal Ran,rs. Mtstonltrs Nurty Provided al all strvite nir Pastor JncJ( Y. Iloztll 'a,lnr of Youlh Rick Eldo Pastor of K id's M in islries Mike Beredord Adult Education Tom Neumann Pisl0r of Adult M mistrs Earl Goodman Director of Counling Hdtn Konyha Singles Ministries I)n Kimbcr i I I News of Church Activities every week in the Issaquah Press N. 392-1211 1019 ISSAQUAH