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l 0 ...... .............. Thur.do. .... Nov, ,,03 '4O 840 '.,.,. 84O L.,.'. ,ues[' is.ardware 1512.*i hway.0 Hi,hSchoo, Stud.ntBod, i Lumber, 12-15; Issaquah Laun- TO Hold Fund Raising Dinner 840 Legals 840 Le(iols City. LEGAL NOTICE Road and Avondale Road; R-A to dry, 10-17. ~--~-- ---- (d) The City Clerk shall be paid No. 1-45-9 - King County B-l; Individual high game and The Issaquah High School ORDINANCENO. 819 be 'pard for attending council a monthly salary of five hun- AN ORDINANCE EFEECTIVE meetmgs the sum of twenty dol- dred dollars. NOTICEOFCLOSINGOF ZA 63-244 - JEROME A BURKE APRIL6, 1964, PROVIDING FOR lars per meeting for not mure REGISTRATION FILES -Approx. onemileS, andonemile series,PhyllisJohnson, 170,student body will sponsor a AND FIXING THE COMPENSA- than two meetings each month Section 2. The Mayor, members E. of Issaquah, ~'pprox. 1/2 mile S. 474. clam chowder dinner November of the City Council, City Attorney NOTICE .IS HEREBY GIVEN, 8, from 6 to 7:30 p.m., in the of Tradition Lake; requesting spy- SUNSET TION ()F CITY OFFICERS AND tb) The Mayor shall be paid a and (_'ity Clerk shall be reimbursed that, on the 16th day of Novem- cial permit for Issaqual~ Sports- ~!~i--M-nday: N--v-e-m-b-er il PHOVIDINC REIMBURSEMENT s la of one h' "Ar"" n')ll'-~ 65 &Over, 18-9; NW. Trophy, high school cafetorium before ' " a ry ..u .=u ,,, .~.'~foractual expenses incurred in ber, 1963, the registration files of menClub; " - FOR ACTUAL EXPENSES IN- oermonth ZA 63-236 - MARCHET CURRED IN THE DISCHARGE,, .... ' ........ the discharge of their official Hobart and Tiger Mountain Pry- ~~!~dLv~!i1 16-11; Swanee Grocery, 15-1L~; the Mount Si-lssaquah foot- OF THEIR OFFICIAL DUTIES tCa~i~'n:m~h?;tr~;YS~t~reDe duties, uponpresentationofaclaim cincts, King County, Washington, DEUTSCH - N.E. corner 140th Hi-Ten Lumber, 14-13; VFW, 13- ballgamehere. therefor and after allowance and will be closed to original regis- Ave. N.E. & Bellevue-Redmond 14; Suburban Music, 11-16: Hol- The dinner, to be served by tration of voters until after De- THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY ~undred fifty dollars together approval thereof by resolution of cember17,1963, thedateoftheSpe- Road;S-ltoB-N; OF !SSAQUAH DOES ORDAIN with such additional compen- the CityCouncil. ZA 63-262- ELEANOR P. WHIT- idly Cleaners, 11-16; Issaquah members of the Girls' Athletic Section 3. The effective date of cial Election for Proposed Annex- TEMORE - N.W. corner S. 304th Valley Dairy, 10-17. Association, will include milk, t.,a Fut.t.uw~: sation as the City Council may ~4 Ordinance shall be April 6, Section District No. 20. St. and 16th Ave. S.; R-2A to R-2; Section 1. Pursuant to the provi- from time to time authorize in ation to King County Fire Pro- salad, chowder, roll and des- stone of RCW 35.24.090 officers of advance by resolution, for the. In order to vote in said elec- ZA 63-178 - DAVID G. DOUGLAS, PINBUSTERS sert. et al - S. side Redmond-Bellevue Tavern, 9-15; Lewis Hardware, Chuck's Mobil, 19-8: Santa Tickets may be purchased at potatoes, apple the City of lssaquah shall receive performance of extraordinary Passed by the Council of the City lion, all persons not now regis- Road, both sides 140th Ave. N.E; 6-18 compensation as follows: and unusual duties pertaining of Issaquah, Washington, at a regu- tered are required to register on S-t to B-land R-2; Hi h individu Construction, 16Vz-10Vz; Lewis the school. Proceeds will help bread and butter and (a) Each city councilman shall to legal matters affecting the lar meeting thereof and approved or before November 15, 1963. ZA 63-240 - ALBERTSON'S INC. g al game and Harctware 16-11; F.O E, 15-12 financethe year's activities, oatmeal crispies. by the Mayor this 4th day of No- ROBERTA MORRIS - E. side 681h Ave. S., 350' S. of series, Babe Needham, 215,535 Issaquah Builders, 14Yv12V2; Thursday, November ' vember, 1963. Auditor Approved: KingCounty, Washington R~m~nEAv~t~isR~t3~dBylot.November' MEN'S LEAGUE Valley Pharmacy, 10-17: H&H Rexall Drug, 15-21: Mobile Wiener on buttered bu J.W Flintoft, Mayor ance 7-'20 14-22; Spectacle Lake Resort banana cream pudding. Attest: By: Edward J. Logan 1963. Union Tavern, 20-7; Elmer's Tavern 10-17; Powers Insur- Locksmith, 14-23; Hi-Lo Market tered peas, cheese c tb( Doris McGinn, City Clerk Superintendent Board of County Refer, 16-11: Auto Freight, 14Vv ' HI 9V2-26Y2" Cochran's Jewelers'Friday November 15. Approved as to form: of Elections and Commissioners 12V2; Park Inn, 13Yz-13V2; Fire- ___ TENERS , , , , Robert J. tlall Registration KING COUNTY Sid's Marina, 26-10: Coast to 9-27. MEN'S CLAS~ and noodles, green salad City Attorney Published in the Issaquah Press, WASHINGTON man, 11-16; Green's Distribut- Coast 21-15: Eagles No. 1, 19V2 De's r._~'~ on,7. ~'~.4^...~__ and butter, milk, spice c~ Published November 7, 1963, in November7,1963. ROBERTA MORRIS ing, 6-21. " -16V2; 'Evans Salon of Beauty dents 16".11.' ;oo'thi~l~sc'-~uya- applesauce. the lssaquah Press. LEGAL NOTICE Clerkofthe Board High individual game, Jim ' - urtve- 19-16V2 Grange Serve U 16Vv In 14V2 12h' T- D " No.l-45-8 - KingCounty By: RalphR. Stender,Healem, 222; individual series, , ' , - z" .o. ozlng 14- ............................... 191/2" Eagles No. 2 15-21" AI- 13' L' "~-" -,' ,o,L .~u ..' .. A=m .. ~ . No.l-44-3-KingCaunty ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Published 2oevP/mt~er 7 1963, in the OrvKnudtson, 547. pha"s Beauty Saion, 1'4-22; west ~)~ry~vali 'l~-577er~y~an~ tnr,st,an acmnce ROADSIDE "--~LDkR~'~'7:E " t ADVERTISEMENT Sealed bids will be received by Issaquah Press. ISSAQUAH ALLSTAR the Board ofCountyCommissioners ~ Ray's Service, 12V2-23V2. lone Ford, li-16; Design Inc mR_ _1. . / ~.. CHAPEL METHODIST t of King County at 402 King County ...... N ........ Issaquah Auto Freight, 23-13; LAKERS 8-19. ' ' nea.ng to ne Sal FOR BIaS Courthouse. Seattle, Washington ................ Lawson Disposal, 22-14: River- Pine Lake Oil, 26-10; Swanee Seven For Halloween Party The subject of Christi WITH FULL GOSPEL CHURCH t until1963, 9:30and A.M.will thenPST Novemberand there 25,be .ANTHEORDINANCEoFFICES OF CHANGINGTHE CITY side Inn, 20-16; Tigers, 19-17; 4 mJ~o$ south oa Hobart Rood 142 AVE. S.F. AND NEWPORT WAY I ," ~" ed bids will be received by opened and publicly read aloud, for CLERK AND CITY ATTORNEY Gardens CaRet. Co., 17-19; Esco Grocer~ 25-1.1i Dave Morris Last Friday evening, Novem- ence healing will be ex the Board of CountyCommissioners alterations to an existing build- FROM ELECTIVE TO APPOIN- Corp., 17-19; Issaquah Floral, lrlo, ~z~l,~; ~!CKS ban ascap- ber 1, Jeanine Fisher and Jill in a free public lecture i: in for the AUBURN HEALTH TIVE POSITIONS AND PROVID- EASTGATE ) of King County at 402 KingCounty C~NTER in Auburn, Washington, ING FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT 13V222;Carpenters' 12~&23x/2" lug" zl'l'~r; :r~criers-Meats Deranleau gave a Halloween cerlsland, November8 1! SUNDAY 2 Morning ] Courthouse, Seattle, Washington Individual high game, Loren zi-io: ~ os aus ~nevron, party at the home of Jeanine's Charles Louis Reilly, 21 15 Valley Pharmacy 20V2 ran Sunday School - 9:45 a.m. Worships Sunday andUntilwill9:30thenAM"andNVemberthere hela'opened1963' partmentfr the Seattle-Kingof Public Health.Cunty BidsDe- FoR.OF COMPENSATION THERE- Layne, 204; high series, Jack " : ' 20- g dmother, Mrs. Hans For- Angeles, will speak at 8 Morning Worship - 11 a.m. 8"45 and 11 a m and publicly read aloud, for the received after the time fixed for WHEREAS pursuant to the pro- Dawson, 553. " 15; Eastside Insulation, 19- ster. Amongthosepresent were Mercer Island High furnishing of all necessary labor, openingwillnot be considered, visions of RCW 35.24.020 and Youth Fellowship -6:30p.m. ~ ............~,~ i 16; Fall City l.oekers, 17-20;. Susan Delauranti, Suzy MR- torture under the Combined Insurance 16 lone Gw materials and equipment and per- Biddersand others properly in- 35.24,050, the City Council of the Evening Service - 7:30 p.m. LOrKIJ. VVlL:~,./I~I ~ BOWL&BAWL ' ah , en Somsak, Linda Sod- of First Church of forming all work required for bor- terested are invited to he present City of Issaquah on October 21, Connie's Apparel, 17-10; Lew- Team No. 2, 16-20; Issaqu erstrom and Pat Wolf. entist. THURSDAY Pastor ~ ing, jacking or tunneling a 24 inch at the bid opening. 19~3, declared the offices of the Prayer Service - 7:30 p.m. SH6-7774 ] culvert pipe through Dayton Ave- Plans, specifications and form of City Clerk and City Attorney to be Hue in King County, Washington.contract may be examined at the appointive rather than elective The proposed project embraces office of Benjamin Woo, Architect, positions, and work composed of the following 4029 East Madison Street, Seattle, WHEREAS, the same should be REVIVAL CRUSADE items and approximate quantities: Washington, or may be obtained confirmed byOrdinance, Sun. Thru Fri., Nov. I0 to 15 PRESTON BAPTIST CHURCH Boring, jacking or tunneling, upon deposit of $10.00 per set. NOW, THEREFORE, the City 7:30 p.m. EACH EVENING Howard Rekstod, Pastor 24" culvert pipe, 120 kin. Ft. Checks for deposits shall be made Council of the City of Issaquah payable to the Architect. Deposits does ordain as follows: 9:45 a.m-Sunday School Bids received after the timewrit be refunded to the actual bid- Section L Pursuant to.the pro- .......... 1100 a.m.-Morning Services fixed tbr opening will not be con- ders upon return of all documents visions of RCW 35.24.020 and ~Der~ U. ~atners m'asgor " --v,~ ,~,,m ~',v ,~'o.~.o 6:00 p.m.-Youth Fellowshipsidereal in good condition. Other deposits 35.24.050, the offices of City CAerk :,... ~,-o.,,,, - ~,,~,~-o.oo 7:00 p.m.-Evening ServicesPlans specifications and form of will be refunded with deduction and City Attorney be and the same -===--======~'--===--=:=- contract documents may beexamin- for the actual cost of reproduc- are hereby declared to be appoin- MISSION COVENANT Midweek Prayer Service ed at King County Road Engineer's tion of the documents, upon re- tire rather than elective positions. Office, 400 King County Court- turn in good condition within 15 Section 2. The appointments of house, Seattle, or may be obtained days after the opening date, after the City Clerk and the City Attorney CHURCH " Thursday 7:30 p.m. upon deposit of $10.00. The full which time said deposits will be shall be by the Mayor subject to amount of deposit for one complete forfeited, confirmation by a majority vote of High Paint i SUNDAY SCHOOL- I0:15 I :===: ..........:==:--- set of documents will be returned Each bid shall be accompanied the City Council. Each appointment to each actual bidder within a by a certified check, casbier'scbeck or removal shall be in writing MORNING WaR.SHIP - 11:10 ' reasonable time after receipt of or bid bond made payable to King signed by the Mayor and filed with WEDNESDAY - 7:15 ! r- ...................t bids. All other deposits will be re- County Treasurer in amount not the City Clerk. MIDWEEK DEVOTIONAL I 1 I fl kl |J I I U I TV ! funded with deduction not exceed- less than 5% of the amount of the Section 3. The City Clerk and ".~ bUIVI[V]U[~iI| ~ ing cost of reproduction of the bid. City Attorney shall notbe appoint- "~[CHARD BENNETT' PASTOR[ I ~APT[[~[ H0 CH I plans, upon return of all documents King County reserves the right to ed for a definite term, but shall -...---,,--.~ in good condition within ten (10) reject any or all bids, and to waive serve at the pleasure of the Mayor. days after date of opening bids, informalities, gee/ion 4. The City Clerk and City ~* ......... ~ after which time said deposits will By order of the Board of King Attorney shall receive compensa- ! l l~ 623 P~L'lJer Wa~' I be forfeited. County Commissioners. tion for their services in such OUR SAVIOR Dish Each bid shall be accompanied RALPH STENDER amounts as the City Council may es- LUTHERAN CHURCH or bid bond made payable to King First Publication November 17, nancy. [ 727 10th Ave Se~th -It RVICESI County Treasurer in amount not 1963. . Section 5. All Ordinances or parts less than 5 per cent of the amount Last Publication November 2~,of Ordinances in conflict herewith I ofbid 1963. are hereby repealed. 10:00a.m. King County reserves the right to Published in the lssaquah Press, Section 6. Should any section, ! Church School - 9:45 a.m. J [ | (with expanded children's ~ reject any or all bids, and to waik, e November 7, 14& 21, 1963. clause or provision of this Ordi- ! Worship- 11"00 am ~[[ Classes until noon.) ~ informalities. PO55769 nancy be declared by the courts Walter F. Winters ~ to be invalid, the same shall not ! (Nursery Service) l/{ t King County LEGAL NOTICE affect the validity of the Ordinance Road Engineer N0.1.45-10- KingCounty as a whole, or any part thereof, t Ernest W. Collard, Pastor ]l' CHURCH SCHOOL I First Publication, October31, 1963. NOTICEOF PUBLIC HEARING otherbe invalid.than the part so declared to Last Publication, November 7, 1963. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Section 7. This Ordinance shall I Church Parsonage Ill rlACCCt~ Published in the Issaquah Press, L'EX'2"'~3~'"- "E'~XJ'31~01J ]i t the Board of County Commission-take effect and be in force five ~.L/'~)~II[;~) November 7 & 14. 1963. ers, King County, Washington, will days after its passage, approval and ,- PO50236 meet in 402 County Courthouse, publication. ~ri(F,fth" grade] 1:00 A.M.through Adults) t~ Thursday' Nvember 21' 19~3' be" 19~ssed this 4th day f NOvember'ginning at 9:30 a.m., or as soon f~w~l~ Day Adventist Ch~rdt IN THE SUPERIOR COURT thereafter as possible to consider " Approved: Sixth and Sunset Way ~ ~ ~ OFTHE STATE OF WASHINGTON appeals from recommendations FOR KING COUNTY made by the Planning Commission J.W. Flintoft, Mayor Sabbath School, ~:~g) a.ITL SaL ' ~ ........ { IN PROBATE on certain rezone requests as list- Attest: Doris McGinn, city clerk I~usSell M YlenQ.'3c~ Worship Service. 11 a.m., SaL ; " ~ NOTIcENO'To173704CREDITORS stricteded hereafteruse, or to some more re- Approved as to form: Prayer Meeting, 8 p.m. [ ~ Putor ~ In Re Estate of DAVID LELAND ZA 63-228 - KEITH A. SNYDER & /s/Robert J. Hall City Attorney COOK Deeeased. CLARK B. PHILLIPS - Newcastle Published November 7, 1963, in the The undersigned is the appointed Road and 148th Avenue Southeast, Wednesday. It Church Phone: EX 2-3584 [ and qualified Executor oftheestate N. side S.E. 28th St.; R-2 to B-N; Issaquah Press. T Home Phone: EX 2-6280 of David Leland Cook. All persons ZA 63-230 - HIGHLINE PUBLIC 4-H Tadpoles, Klowas - U 8-2863 --,~--------~::::--------:=:= having claims against said estate SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 401, et al - are required to serve same on said N.E. corner let Ave. S. and Nor- TO Hold Joint Awards Night I ............ __..~~~. Executor or his attorney at the mandyRoad;LFR-aAto LF B-l; i C sbyt hI address below stated, and file same ZA63-221-CARLE. FRANCE, et The Issaquah Creek Tad- ove~an@ Pry erlan Chur~ with Clerk of said Court, together al - S.W. corner S.W. t'lOth St. & poles and the King Ko Klowns with proof of service within six lstAve. S.;R-AtoB-1; 4-H clubs will hold a joint I IsoaH~Umh, Waadiaioot, o~ ~ months after date of first publica- ZA 63-222 - NORMAN HILSEN - Pra~mtly meeti~l in Gibson Hall | tionofthisnotice, w) side 1st Ave. S., 102' more or achievement night in the Ho- FIILST PUBLICATION: November7, less N. of SW. 186th St.; LF R-84 bart Grange, 7:30 p.m., No- MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE --- 1|:110 ill let I 1963. toLFR-2; vemberl2. PERCY L. YACKEL, Executor [ MORNING SUNDAY SCHOOL -- 9:49 A. At. ~ ZA 63-223- VINCENT L. VARA- CALLI - N.E. corner 8tb Ave. S. Ribbons earned during the J. Lael Simmons & S. 160th Stl; LF R-15 to LF B-l; past year will be awarded. The [ PASTOR --THE REVEREND R. D. SCOTT ~ Attorney for Estate ZA 63-148 - A.T. SANDERLIN, et public is invited. Phona EX 2-5532 ! 2101 Nrthern Life TOwer al- N.E 175th St., both sides 140th j M [ Seattle, Washington Ave. N.E.; R-A to B-l; I ...................................... [ MAin 3-2762 ZA fl3-234 - H.F. BUSCH - South- ore Waat- s I .................................... .., Published November 7, 14 and 21, erly portion of triangle formed by I ~t. Joseph atholie hmreh I 1963, inthe lssaquah Press. intersection of Woodinville-Duvall 770 Mobile Homes r $26 SUNSET WAY, ISSAQUAH, WASH ! [ FATHER GEORGE McLEAN, Parish Pit|DOt ! For Sale 1 P.O. Box 200, Issaquah, Wash. , 10 FT. TURNPIKE Camper, excellent ] SUNDAY MASSES: 8:00-9:15-10:30-12 noon [ condition, teddy for hunting, sleep~ DAILY MASS 830a m. I 5 or 6. EX 2-5527. 1-46 I SAT. CONFESSIONS 430-5"30 & 7'30-8"30 ,~ BAPTISM' Phone in advance " " , " S , PARISH PIIONE: EX 2-5516 [ 812 Personals J PARISH HOUSE: 1906 Mt. Park Blvd. s ELEM. SCHOOL OF RELIGION: Sat 9:00 a.m. IR. HI SCHOOL OF RELIGION: Tues. 7:30 p.m I HIGH SCtlOOL OF' RELIGION: Mon. 7:30 p.m. * i CONVERT INSTRUCTIONS: Thurs. 7:30-9:00 p.m. i [ "--'- ST. MICHAEL'S and ALL ANGELS' EPISCOPAL CHURCH on Darst between 7th and 8th, Issaquah, Wuh. 7:30 a.m..-- Holy Communion IC:00 a.m. -- Family Service: Nursery, Upper and Lower Church School tHo!y Communion 1st & 3rd :Sundays) Each Wednesday, 9:30 a. m. Holy Communion I The church is always open fur meditation and prayer [ Rev. Bobert D. McFarland, priest-in-charge, EX 2-3083 EX 2-3270 ,.....--.-..--..I EAST SHORE UNITARIAN CHURCH 12700 S.E. 32nd Street -- Factoria -- Bellevue -- GL 4-5121 Worship Services -- 10:30 a.m. Sundays -- And 7 p.m. Thursdays November 10th and 14th Sermon Topic: "A Time for Greatness." D;rector: Gerald Kechley Organist: Dan Russell Minister: Chadbourne A. Spring .......... " ........... FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST MERCER ISLAND S.E 47~ nnd 861h S.E. lust off Islend Crest Way SUNDAY SERVICE, 11 a.m. SUNDAY SCHOOL, 1| a.m. WEDNESDAY EVENING MEETING at 8 p.m. /r ~r ~r CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY, REDMOND 16910 Avondale Way SUNDAY SERVICE, 11 a.m. SUNDAY SCHOOL at 11 a.m. WEDNESDAY EVENING MEETING at 8 p.m. ~r Cr Cr CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY, SNOQUALMIE SUNDAY SERVICE, 11 a.m. SUNDAY SCHOOL, 9:45 a.m. WEDNESDAY EVENING MEETING, 1st & 3rd WEDNESDAYS, 8 p.m. Child care is provided during church services Cr Cr * CHRISTIAN SCIENCE RADIO PROGRAM "The Bib/e Speak.v to Y.u" Station KAYO, 1150 KC, Sunday, 9:30 a.m. Station KRKO, 1380 KC, Sunday, 0:15 o.m. Lea n U.S. Choice Oven-Ready U.S. Choice Bar-S or Chuck Wagon PLASTICS -- FIBERGLAS. Day and even- ing classu: are now in session at Fib- erkast's new Iq~ation on the corner of Juniper St. o,,d 17th Avo. N. (one block South of Issaquah shopping cen- ter). If you are interested in casting your own sliced rock tables, or laminat- ing dividers, screens, lamps, vases, etc., call EX 2-5549. I-tf 863 Card of Thanks TO THOSE who expressed their sym- pathy in so many beautiful and prac- tical ways during our recent bereave- ment, we extend our heartfelt thanks. Mrs. Clara Nyberg Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Nyberg Mr. and Mrs. Charles Aydelotte 1-45 900 TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY BACHELOR apartment furnished and heated. $45 a month. Call EX 2- 3332. 1-47 FOR RENT: Unfurnished duplex, two bedrooms.$80.Children. SH 6- 2476. 1-45 FENCED YARD, acreage, with house. For rent. AL 5.5747. 1-45 BUSINESS AREA for rent, Eastgate. 1400 sq. ft. Lathrop'S 6uilding, near new Sunset Village business area. SH 6-2810. 1-45 FOR SALE: Spark oil heater in good condition. $35. JO 6-4193, Preston, Wash. 1-45 FOR RENT: Newly decoratedun- furnished 2 bedroom home. Tile Boors, natural' gas heat, range and refrigerator, near school but llne. Phone VA 2-6463; house at 10853 N.E. 47th, Houghton. 1-47 SALES PERSON to manage Jadles' and children's clothlng store. East- gate. SH 6-2810. 1-45 WANT TO BUY LOT. AT 3-7788 even- ings. 1-45 I L, II C--STYLE ULK BETTY CROCKER NO. 2 20-lb. Plastic Bag 4O OZ. LEAN AND TENDER CENTER CUT ARMOUR'SCANNED PORK SHOULDER (BONELESS) LB. TIN CAMPBELL'S TOMATO SPECIAL PER CAN CRUSHED NO. 1 TINS NBC Buys! HUNT'S 21/2 TINS POUND BOX PREMIUM C 13 CANS CHOCOLATE PINWHEEL LB. PKG. 2 LBS... s1' 7 MJ B INSTANT 10OZ. Right to Limit Reserved FREE PARKING OU,LOT PRICES EFFECTIVE NOV. 7, 8, 9th Phone EX 2-6717 Exce