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WILL share house with Wilderness Rim. $200. 11 16 "The annual report of the GENEVA NDATION for inspection during regular by any citizen who re- ys after November at Suite 200, Pemco Financial r, Seattle, Washington, T.P. Cum- , Agent for the Foundation man* ........ 11 ()9 Sorry about your hair, ne at Puget Sound Baking   95-Realty Wanted WANTED: 5 acres with or without cabin, Eastside, on contract. Prin- cipals only. 392-6340. 11 09 - -9Real Estate  DUPLEX Cape Cod style, new, downtown Issaquah. $149,995. Obituaries Silvio "Pinko" Brolio At his request no services were held for Silvio "Pinko" Brolio, 73, of Issaquah. Pri- vate cremation was arranged by Flintoft's Issaquah ...... 392-1811 EVES . 11 09 Funeral Home. He died at CHARMING home on Sunday, November YET AFFORDABLE 6. For sale by owner. Newly corn- He was born on February ny & Tea Room at 7:30 a.m. pleted 3 BR home on large lot with 18, 1910 in Cornville, Kan., esday and we'll discuss a garage, appliances, landscaping & the son of Joseph and Mary 1! 09 more! $49,950. Brolio. He moved to Issa- e 888-2143 11 09 quah at the age of three and wooded acres, small HOME IN QUIET neighborhood, 3 attended Issaquah schools. pond. N.E. of Fall City. bedrooms, 2 baths, family room, Terms, trade. 226-4757, or fireplace, intercom, large deck, He married Viola Lohuis in tf view, $78,000. Owner/agent will Seattle in 1945. He served in salmon stream, carry c0ntrac!..392-1008. 11 23 the United States Army from road & power. $75,000. ISSAQUAH June 18, 1942 to October 18, 11 16 40acres, fantastic view of CONDO 1 945. He owned and forest, tree-studded set- r meadows, water, good ac- By owner - 2 bedrooms, operated the Silver Lake to assume. $234 me. at fireplace, large utility/store Skating Rink in Snohomish (509)488-44: 40. 1109 room, walk to shopping. County, and operated a $30900. Eves ;, 883-4028.11 23 hunting and fishing resort in 1 ACRE, Issaquah, chalet peaked British Columbia for three rambler. 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, den, years as well as Vasa Park for family room. sunken living room with cathedral ceilings, double a number of years. He moved garage with loft & shop. 1'03/4% back to this area 26 years owner contract, $97,000. 825-7974 or ago, He was a volunteer fire- 392-_1709: .............................. ! 1.09 75 ACRES FALL CITY erry farm - timber -pasture Y frontage & river front. Power. $247,500. Sno- 222-7122. 11 09 RETREAT FROM INSANITY bedroom, 2 bath rambler on wooded horse acre. remodeled kitchen. Must see to appreciate the many ex- ask for Teri. IN ISSAQUAH with 3 bedrooms & fireplace. Deck has view of Fisheries & tn park. Includes storage area, refrigerator, washer/dryer. Call Audrey, 392-8400. WATERFRONT DUPLEX IN ISSAQUAH $82,500 100 ft. of waterfront on Issaquah Creek. East fork is plex. Just across the water from Safeway in , uah. 392-8400. Call David Baldwin for a showing. Q00Bet00r___ Realty, Inc. I ,  I- ..o o.,-- N. 392-8400 10 26 NIQU E M U LTI-LEVEL $89,900 lights, sauna, corner-horse acre lot. Best 4 bdrm value in 3all Ellie for appmt. 392-1211/746-0279. LAKE PLATEAU .............. $97i500 :ontemporary. home, 1/2 acre, circular drive, room for young home, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, super kitchen emily room, wood stove. Ed 392-1211/747-6594. $109,500 LOW 30 YR FIXED RATE NEW LOAN AVAILABLE; 4 n, 3 bath, exotic Rhodies, many extras; near Lk. Samm. & 1-90 yet quiet. Paul 392-1211/643-4090. + BARN $119,500 3 bedroom rambler on sunny 11/2 acres. Quality Jres, cathedral ceilings, hdwd floors, 2 stall barn, separate office. Vickle 392-1211/392-7998. 3 VIEW $69,950 ]eous acre lot with Lk Sammamish view. Beautifully treed and seclusion. )wner offering super financing. /392-9916 Eves. P ZON ED SITE $318,000 cres at exit 22 Preston. At $2 per square foot an excellent e. Water, power. Jim 392-1211/222-5686. ' St, N. 392-1211 09 ISSAQUAH man. Brolio is survived by his wife, Viola Brolio, Issaquah, one brother, Julius Brolio, Issaquah and four nieces, Donna Graves, Issaquah,, Mac Brolio, Camano Island, Doris Brolio, Palm Springs, and Shirley Wentworth, Ren- PUBLIC NOTICE NO. 83-160 SEPA DETERMINATION Pursuant to the provisions of Issaquah Ordinance No. 1449, notice is hereby given that the City of Issaquah did, on November 1, 1983, issue a Declaration of Signi- ficance in accordance with the State Environmental Policy Act, Chapters, 197-10 WAC and 43.21 RCW for a proposal by Tomax Construction Corporation to con- struct an 11 unit residential Planned Unit Development on an 80,800 s.f. lot between 335 and 385 Front Street South. 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. In accordance with RCW 43.21C.031, an environmental Im- pact statement is required to analyze only those probable adverse environmental impacts which are significant. Anyone wishing to submit information In order to identify significant impacts and to limit the scope of the E.I.S. may send written comments by November 30, 1983 to: Carol Hop- pier, Environmental Coordinator, City of Issaquah, 130 E. Sunset Way, ,EGAL FORMS books, drafting sup- printing, office machine Book of Maps. SUPPLY HI-Lo Ctr., 392-2412 to 5:30 .IC NOTICE NO. 83-162 OF HEARING IS HEREBY GIVEN that Council of King County, will hold a public hear- King County Court- Washington, on the December, 1983, at 2:00 Consider adoption of the BY THE COUN- bN 1. There is added to 12 a new section to read The Tahoma/Raven Plan, attached nee as Appendix A*, Is an amplification and of the Compre- for King County and as official County the geographic area ton. Remembrances may be made to the American Can- cer Society or the American Nursing Resources, 4th and Blanchard Bldg., Suite 1003, Seattle, Washington 98121, in lieu of flowers. Hazel W. Moore A funeral service for Hazel W. Moore, 69, of Fall City was held on Saturday, No- vember 5, at the Fall City United Methodist Church, officiated by Rev. Sanford Brown. Burial followed at the Fall City Cemetery. Ar- rangements were made by Flintoft's Issaquah Funeral home. Hazel passed away at Group Health Hospital in Se- attle on Tuesday, November 2, 1983. She was born on March 19, 1914 in Empire, Mich., the daughter of Carl and Inge- burg Erickson. She was rais- ed in Preston and graduated from Fall City High School in 1932. She married Charles A. Moore in Seattle on May 2, 1931 and moved to Fall Ci- ty in 1937. Hazel was em- :9g-Pub!!c Notice ,. Class on heat pumps offered Heat pumps are increasingly popular equip- ment for heating homes in the Northwest. They are well suited to our climate because of our mild winter tempera- from the Environmental Coordinator tures. at Issaquah City Hall, 130 E. Sunset Way. While heat pumps can be Published in the Issaquah Press very cost effective in new N-yem0rg--'l--9'- ........................ construction, the cost of PUBLIC NOTICE NO. 83-153 equipment and installation SUPERIOR COURT can sometimes be prohibi- OF WASHINGTON FOR KING COUNTY tive. There are several things Probate No. 83-4-03402-4 to consider. What is the size NOTICE TOCREDITORS of the existing ductwork? (RCW 11.40.010) Estate of HELEN LEONA KEEGAN, What are the levels of insu]a- Deceased. tion in the home? What kind The undersigned has been ap- pointed and has qualified as per- of heating system is presently sonal representative (PR) of the in the home? estate of the above named de- TO learn how a heat pump ceased. Each person having a claim against the deceased must serve works, and how they can be the claim on the undersigned PR or installed economically, at- on the attorney(s) of record at the address stated below and must file tend the free public Washing- an executed copy of the claim with ton Energy Extension Service the clerk of the court, within four ClaSS from ? to8:30 p.m. on months .after the date of first public,Ion'-of this notice or'within Wednesday, November 16, at four months after the date of filing the Bellevue Public Library, of a copy of this notice with the llh01 Main Street in Belle- clerk of the court, whichever is the later, or the claim will be barred, ex- vue. cept under those provisions includ- ed In RCW 11.40.011. Date of filing copy of notice to creditors 10117183. Date of first publication 10126/83. PR:/s/MARY H. DOONAN MARY H. DOONAN Address: Drawer 1, Startup, WA 98293 F.N. CUSHMAN of Attorney(s) for the Estate Address: P.O. Box 1314 Issaquah, Washington 98027-1314 Telephone Number: 206-392-4970 Published In the Issaquah Press October 28, November 2 and 9,1983. PUBLIC NOTICE NO. 83-154 LEGAL NOTICE A PUBLIC SALE will be held at 1595 N.W. Gilman Boulevard, Issa- quah, Washington on November 18, 1983 at 10:00 o'clock A.M., where goods held under a LANDLORD LIEN will be sold to the highest bid- der for the purpose of satisfying said Lln. Goods held under a LANDLORD LIEN are under the following ac- counts: Steve Anderson, Morton Basson, Evans Research Group, Andy Hunter, Mike Jones, Grtffith W. courtesy of Kadnter, Denny Merrell, Richard Pasmann, Sno-Valley Plumbing, Douglas Vineyard. Published in the Issaquah Press October 26th and November 2nd and 9th, 1983. PUBLIC NOTICE NO. 83-158 INVITATION TO BID Sealed bids will be received by the Issaquah School District, No. 411 Issaquah, Washington until 2:00 p.m. November 17, 1983 for meat and frozen foods. Envelopes shall be marked "Bid Opening, November 17, 1983." Each bid shall be in accordance with requirements and specifica- tions now on file with the Secretary of the Board of Directors, at the Administration Building, located at 22211 S.E. 72nd Street, Issaquah. The Board of Directors of Issa- quah School District No. 411 reserve the right to reject any or all bids and to waive any Informalities or Irregularities In the bidding. /s/Harold Skew Harold Skew Director of Business Issaquah School District No. 411 Issaquah, Washington 98027 Published In the Issaquah Press 2. The Tahoma/Raven Plan Area Zon- ked to Ordinance as Ap- I adopted as the official for that portion of rated King County defin- 3. Ordinance #4035, pre- the King County Plan, is hereby accordance with Sac- 4. Ordinance No. 1913, ly area zoning for Heights on Feb- y amended in With Section 2. in Room 403, King urthouse. at Seattle, Washington, of November, 1983. COUNCIL WASHINGTON I. OWENS HE COUNCIL the Issaquah Press and 18th, 1983. ployed as an office worker and was a member of the Or- der of Eastern Star, Palm Chapter 155 and the Lone Star Rebeccas Lodge #141. She is survived by her hus- band Charles, Fall City, one son, Charles B., Auburn, two daughters, Rita Foster, Redmond and Hazel Howat- son, lssaquah, one sister, Alice Ohlen, Edmonds, 21 grandchildren and 27 great grandchildren. Christina K. White A funeral service for Christina K. White, 55, of Fall City was held on Tues- day, November 8 at 1 p.m. at Flintoft's Issaquah Funeral Home. Burial followed at the Fall City Cemetery. Rev. Wesley Sackrnann officiated. She died at the North Bend Nursing Home on Friday, November 4. She was born on Aug. 18, 1928 in Granite Falls, Wash. the daughter of Alexander and Alma Brain. She was raised in Priest Rapids until the age of 11 when the family moved to Cedar Falls. She graduated from Mt. Si. High School and lived in Fall City for 28 years. Christina was a lifetime member of the Stin- son Club and F.O.E. Aux- iliary of Redmond. She is survived by two sons, Steve White, Bothell, and Larry Lorvick, Mt. Lake Terrace, four daughters, Chris White, Zillah, Cindy Hansman, Maple Valley, Sonya Radtke, Everett, and Theresa Townsend, Ed- I I FLINTOFT'S Issaquah FUNERAL HOME Since 1938 COMPLETE SERVICES Cremations Memorials Pre.Arrengements i 222i5503 392006444 FLINTOFT . i LU MENU. FOR ISSAQUAH ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS NOV. 14-18 Men.- Cook's Choice Soup, Cheese Zombie, Fresh fruit, Cookie, Milk Tues.-Frl.- PARENT-TEACHER CONFERENCES NO LUNCHES SERVED SECONDARY SCHOOL EITREES Men.- Vegetable Soup, Clleese Zombie or Ham Sandwich Tues.- Hamburger O r Egg Salad Sandwich Wed.- Burrlto w/Cheese or Bologna & Cheese Sandwich Thurs.- Turkey Gravy w/Whipped Potatoes or Tuna Salad Sandwich Frl.- Taco w/Lettuce & Cheese or Turkey Sandwich Issaquah, WA. November 2nd and 9th, 1983. Flied by: City of Issaquah, Carol .- .....  ..... Z- A. Hoppter, SEPA Coord. ' Published in the Issaquah Press I Novemberg, 1983 I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES ...... I PUBLIC NOTICE NO. 83-161 .! ONE WEEK10 WORDS OR LESS -- $4.60 (10 EACH ADDITIONAL WORD) PUGET SOUND BAKING CO. in Mark-It Foods 392-1341 "ea Room  355 N.W. Gilman Blvd. 392-1700 PUBLIC NOTICE NO. 83-157 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING CITY OF ISSAQUAH Notice Is hereby given that the 1984 Preliminary Budget for the City of Issaquah has been filed with the City Clerk. Copies of said budget are on file at City Hall, and at the Library. On December 5, 1983 at 8:00 p.m. the City Counll will hold a hearing on the proposed budget at Community Hall, 180 E. Sunset Way. Citizens attending the hearing have the right to provide written and oral comments and ask questions concerning the entire budget and the relationship of revenue sharing entitlement funds to the entire budget. The preliminary budget allocates its anticipated revenue sharing entitle- ment funds of $83,000 for the purpose of providing police services. A sum- mary of the entire 1984 preliminary budget is listed below: Amount of Estimated Funds Revenue & Exnense Revenue Sharing General $2,519,563 $83,000 Streets 1,557,500 Enterprise Funds (Utllltles) 1,998,034 Debt Service 579,800 All Other 1,919,181 $8,572,058 Is/Aagot Hess Aagot Hess Finance Director Published in The Issaquah Press November 2nd and 9th T 1983. m THREE WEEKS FOR PRICE OF TWO (Jrd week FREE) -- $9.2.0 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ADVERTISING  $5.50 PER COLUMN INCH ISSAQUAH PRESS CLASSIFIED AD: Name Address Pursuant to WAC 197-10-480 (2) I (a), State Environmental Policy Act, I I the City of Issaquah will hold a I public hearing at 7:45 p.m. on November 18, 1983, in Community Hall, 180 East Sunset Way, Issa- quah, to consider the Draft Environ- mental Impact Statement for the Terra Highlands P.U.D. The subject of the Draft E.I.S. Is a proposal for a planned unit development and sub- I divlslon'for 94 single family lots on a '1 39 acre site one-half to three-I quarter miles northwest of the Inter- section of SR900 and Newport Way, on the westerly side of S.E. Newport Way. Citizens are invited to appear and present written or oral comments concerning the Draft E.I.S. Copies of the document can be obtained Paid No. of Times Classification Charge mm m mmmmm m  m mm m , I ,I I I I I I I I I The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, November 9, 1983 - Page 13 mends, two brothers, Alek 1922 in Texas and had lived C. Brain, Montana and Ray in Kirkland and Issaquah for G. Brain, Wenatchee, and many years. two sisters, Sylvia Fisher, Tacoma and Elanore John- son, Fall City, and seven grandchildren. Remem- brances may be made to the Multiple Sclerosis Society or the Fall City Fire Depart- ment. Ima J. England A memorial service for Ima J. England, 61, of Kirk- land was held October 24 in Kirkland. She died October 21 in Medina. She was born February 15, She is survived by her sons Gordon of Medina, Allen of Redmond and Norman, Bryan and David, all of Kirk- land, her mother, Annie Har- ris of Texas, her ex-mother- in-law, Annie England of Is- saquah and four grandchil- dren. William "Bill" Bennett Boswell A memorial service for William "Bill" Boswell, 77, of Bellevue will be held on Thursday, November 10, at 3:30 p.m. at Flintoft's lssa- quah Funeral Home. The ser- vice will be officiated by Dr. Melvin Taylor. He died at the Seattle Public Health Hospi- tal on Sunday, November 6. He was born on July 31, 1906 in Wadesboro, North Carolina the son of James and Carrie Boswell. He was raised in Wadesboro and graduated from high school there. He lived in Spokane from 1929 to 1956. He mar- ried Rena E. Whitcomb on Jan. 28, 1939 in Newport, Wash. He served for 20 years in the U.S. Army, complet- ing his duty as First Lieu- tenant during World War 11. While in the service he travel- ed all around the world. He was a National Service Of- ficer for the V.F.W. from 1947 to 1971. He moved to Bellevue in 1956. He was a member of the V.F.W. Post 51. Boswell is survived by his wife Rena, Bellevue, one son Jon, Kirkland, one daughter, Jacqueline Jones, Bothell, one brother Robert F. Bos- well, Newport, North Carolina and one sister Frances M. Teal, Wades- bore, and three grandchil- dren. iSSAQUAH MARK-IT FOOD STORE HOURS: M-W 9-7, Th-Fr 9-8. Sat. 9-7, Sun. 10-6 Shopping for your favorite holiday recipe? Come in- side Mark-It Foods where you will find hundreds of green tag specials on Holiday Baking items. Mark-It Foods where your food dollar buys you more. MARKET FRESH PRODUCE MED.YELLOW ONIONS TEXAS PINK GRAPEFRUIT FOR O0 ROMEAPPLES SAVE 74 = SAVE 74 = SAVE 40* FRESH BAKERY- PUGET SOUND BAKING CO. MAPLE SQUAR 7,GRAIN BREAD 22 V= oz. loaf FOR SAVE 50 = .......... USDA CHOICE FRESH MEAT SAVE10 BEEF SIRLOIN TIP LEAN GROUND ROAST BEEF Boneless /''/8 SAVE 1.11 SAVE 31  HYGRADE BALL PARK FRYER HINDQUARTER FRANK00 S 8 or ef Southern Grown i'"'+"' " '  LB. t LB. SAVE 31 = SAVE 21  GROCERY PILLSBURY BEST FOLGER'S LB. 10LB. FLOUR COFFE SAVE 70 = SAVE $1 20 ALAMADEN VARIETAL WINES 3 LITER CRISC0 SHORTENING 3 POUNDS m SAVE 2.40 PRICES EFFECTIVE 11-9 THROUGH 11.15. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT. SAVE39 625 N.W. Gilman'Blvd