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MERCER ISLAND REPORTERI WlKInelda l Septomber 30, 1981 Page B9 Oct. 9; 25 percent of proceeds ben- am. M0nday, Oct 5, at the Execu- lack, 451.8088, byOct 1 eflt the school, tire Inn, 200 TaTlor North. Repn A SILENT At'(Ttl)~ X'~I) Classes (Edltor's note: Islandwatch MERCER ISLAND WELCOME MERCER ISLAND VISUAL publicizes meetings and other ac- WAGON coffee will be held Mon- ARTS LEAGUE will host a fun- SEXUALITY EDUCATION is a tivities in which Islanders are in- day. Oct. 5 to welcome new resi- eheon and program featuring series of four adult classes offered volved. 'floe sew deadllne for sub- dents of Mercer Island interested batik artist Lou Wilson at !I :30 by the South Mercer Parent Facul mlttlag Information for the oi. in joining. For time and place, call am. Thursday. Oct I, at the Corn- ty Club Classes will nlret from " umn Is 5 p.m. Tuesday. a weekErika Barbera. 232-8419. or Gloria munity Center at Mercer View pro. to I0 pm Wednesdays. Oct before the poblicatlen date. Infor- Wernli. 232-5612 Newcomers are especially invited. 7-28. and will be ted by Mont) mation should be double-spaced For reservations ~$1 50, call Nellie Berke of Mercer Island Youth and include the name and phone MERCER ISLAND HISTORI- Allper. 232-33~2. or Ruth Gross. Services and by Bobbi Hanson number of a eontact person for the CAL SOCIETY will meet at 7:30232-1 143. parent and leadcr in sex eduea event or group.~ p.m. Monday, Oct. 12 in the Corn- tion. Cost ls ~'25 per cot,ph, or $1' munity Center at Mercer View,SKI AND SPORTSSWAP will be single. Fay ltltot'ntattot~ ~:1[[ t|:|n Meetings room 5A. to plan projects for the held in the North Mercer Junior son at 2Y2-'2:~41,* or Berke at coming year. High multi-purpose room from 9 L-+L, +, LEAGUE OF WOMEN a m to :; p m Saturday, Oct lt! VOTERS, Mercer Island ['nit. will FOUR SHORES CH$1'TF+R at Saleabk items ~prefer no lace ski Off Island hold an open house for prospective Trout Unlimited will 1noel at 7 :;, boot,~, bear claw or cable bindings, members and others interested in pm on Wednesday, Oct. - at thc and a stamped salt-addressed an- NATIONAI~ COt'N('II. OF ,IEV . November ballot issues. The Conununity Center at Mercer vetope should be taken there be- ISH WOMFN, Scatth, Section x~zll meeting is at 9:30 a.m Thursday. '~'ie~ Guest speaker vii[ lt)e ,|ohll t;veen :~ pm and 8 p.m Fridax hold a hmeheon meetln~ ;it 11 :It+ Oct. 1 at the home of Nancy Ba+vt]- Thoma,~. editor of Flshine thdc ham, 9009S.E. 44th. magazine. He will speak on l,akt, Washincton silver salmon lishin~ The meL ring is open to the puhhc Events CYCLEMA'AMS will meet at 10 a.m. Thursday. Oct. 1. at the East Channel Bridge for a ride to Kel- sey Creek Park. This is an easy ride. For information call 232-3813. MERCER ISLAND REPUBLI- CAN WOMEN will host Mercer Is- land City Council and School Board candidates at their meeting at 10:30 a.m. Monday. Oct. 5 at the home of Laura Lee Lynott. 1631 Roanoke Way. King County Exec- utive Ron Dunlap will also be asked to speak. For information call Sue Hubbach, 232-4321. Public dedication set for Holy Trinity organ Andrew J. King will be guest or- The program will include works ganist at public dedication cere- by Bach. Walther, Boyce. Du- monies, 4 p.m. Sunday Oct. 4 of Mage, Mathias, Marpurg. Manz. Holy Trinity Lutheran Church's Howellsand Mendelssohn. new pipeorgan. The organ, installed at Holy Trinity this summer, was de- King Is organist at First Luther- signed specifically for Holy Trin- an Church of West Seattle. assis- ity and built by the Coulter Organ tant organist at Plymouth Congre- Company of Eugene. Ore. It is a gational Church. and a member of completely-manual tracker-action the performance faculty at Seattle instrument. Music written for Central Community College. tracker organs represents the ma- Hehas servedon the faculties of jority of organ literature and Pacific Lutheran University and covers a period of about 300 years. the University of Puget Sound. He Holy Trinity's organ, Opus 5. is a holds a master's degree in music two-manual and-pedal instrument from the University of Washing- with 19 stops. It's red oak case has ton. King served as program been fumed to give it a golden chairman of the 1979 national con- color. vention of American Guild of Or- The dedication recital is free ganists, and open to the public. Church group raffles quilt A quilt, worked on by about 2o orange accents. Members of the members of Emmanuel Episcopalguild learned the quilting tech- Church. is being raffled off to ben- nique from Beth Lorenzen anti Lee efit the church's Christian educa- Ann Edwards. tion and community outreach pro- grams. Called the Emmanuel Fel- Raffel tickets, at $1 each. six tar iowship Guild Quilt. it is on display $5. or ten for $12. are available at at the Gold Balloon. 7603 S.E. 27th. the Gold Balloon. at the church of- The quilt, which involved tworice. or from members ol the years of work. is worked in aguild. variation of the nine-patch Chris- tian Cross pattern, of blue and Thedrawing will take place Oct. brown calico patches, with solid 17 at Emmanuel's annual salmon patches of white and pale blue. and dinner. MIVAL hosts luncheon Cate. 232-7505, or Betty Davis. 232-8160. The Mercer Island Visual Arts League will host a luncheon and program featuring artist Lou Wil- son at 11:30 a.m Thursday. Oct. It at the Community Center at Mercer View. Wilson is known for her original batik work. and will explain the process which she has developed over 12 years. She has been a director of the Artists Gallery Northwest, and has exhibited there and at numerous other gal- leries. The luncheon, planned for any- one with an interest in the activi- ties of MIVAL, marks the begin- ning of the group's 20th year. For reservations ~$1.50~ call Barbara CAUl RENT CARS TRUCKS FROM THEM IF YOU wJ~rlr. BUT It's cheaper to rent them from Brooks-McKnight Rentals From $10.00 a day plus 10 a mite BeRmme's A~to Row BeUmm~'s Iocslly clr rontM J Mercer Island Places HOIMT/~II~. W,UM GIIEITINOS. ANO A m VAJIIfl~ OF I~- RUt OMC mpOaMAnON: ASK ABOUT OUR uMjin~o m RATE 5.-- of Worship Dennis, director of public rela. BUFFET I)INNF]R t, ',-'u.li'~ ,he tions for KOMO-TV, will discuss Stanford Sch,~,l ~ ;!I ! + !, i' ~ the responsibility of the media to Friday e~et:mg ~)u~ '. ' "h, ,~, the public. For reservations :'all Michellc XV~nc~ ~,;'t,t+,:~: ~!, ~,~. Tina Kahn. 747-9791. or Linda Kol reser~ :mons call ~', - '" LUCKY NUMBERS TAB WATCH FOR IT NEXT WEEK IN THE REPORTER TEMPLE B'NAI TORAH hl,a'~ ~2nd S k Mercer Iqand I,~,~b Stager, Rahh~ l cmpk' (little 2 12-7"4 First Church of Christ. Scientist l,l~nd ('rr+,1%a~' at F, I- 4"th, Mercer I,dal~l SL'NDAY SERVICE lOa m. SUNDAY SCHOOL 10 a m WED EVE MEETING 8 p m ('h~ld a, rr pn+~ idcd READING ROOM Man -+~al I 0:00-5:00 Thurs 7-9 pm EMMANUEL EPISCOPAL CHURCH ,i4(XI 86th Ave. S.E. 232-1S'2 SITNDAY a t~, }L,N ( ,mn*un,n Io ~it+ a m Par~b |.u hat,~+l %urgers ~ ~,labl Tu .da, ~ ~,pm Hcahn~Scr~ ~ J Fmlc~ t'oOl~l Recto~ Redeemer Lutheran Church (Missouri Synt~J I ~X)I I~land Cre'+l Wa) Bible Clasv2, tot All - q:~t) a m Wor~hip Scr~.:c It) h) a m 2~2-1711 Harr~ Scholz. Interim Pastor Mercer Island Presbyterian Church 3605 84lh SE 232-5505 h:3(I Breakfast worshq~ St~l ~ I+.'+." 9:45 Chrisilarl F.ducation for all age', I I:(XI Worship service I nursco care provided Rile), E. Jensen, Pastor THE MERCER ISLAND UNITED METHODIST CHURCH . ,~,un~, "~Oth & 2Jibs I: "",'~,"-' SUNDAY '~ ;~u m Church Schtml I I O0 a m 14,'t,r~hzp .Sc'r+~cc (ch,ld +.'arc pro~,ded Eranklynn %'*x)ldrldgc, Pastor HOLY TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH WORSHIP CELEBRATION bunda} mt~rn,ng,9 am and II a n, Church Sch~afl II), m %u~,tr, ( arc E.H Kmd+~huh. Pash. Jim Krarncr, Youth D~r ~+tor 8500 SE 4Oth 232-327O ~ mlllmili J THE CHL'RCH t)F )ESI'S CHRIST OF LATTER-I)AY SAINTS Mercer I,I:m,f ~A .+rd la.'tor,a L'h.tlX.l 42(~' 1241h %t ~,I. IK'llc~uc I 2 I0 Sacrament Mectmg 1:50 Sundax School, Pnmar~ 2 .It) Pne~thot~l. Reliel SO,+IC|X '~ Otlfl~ V~'Oll| .rl Ch dc Curlc~. Bp, hop 2 12-4"P~2 St. Monica's Catholic Church 4318 88th S.E.M.I. 232-29(X} .*+fa~e~ .~aturda~ 'tt'rHng 5 (lit Y, unda} morning " ~0-8 .ZO I/~ Ik~and I I 30 Rex J:,mc~ H (iandrau Rc~ [.eo R.',cmc Res Edward J Mcl~,nald(" ~ P MERCER ISLAND UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST ('ongregaltonal 4545 Hand ('rc,a ~,'a~, 232-7800 Re'+'. Rrucv Van nlatr ~- }I} (+() St rNl)' '~ Nt'H(X )1 ,Pro ~h~,i Adult, It} ~(+t'll]'R('tt '+FRX'It'I I iIc I ah -~t+~+t+ iI~ t~+ t 'h~ld ~ arc pro+ =&'d '4 I, t I t++ "%und+~ F+ nm~: Jt |lqth and %+ thch ~ ,+uth t ;+,up. Mercer Island Covenant Church An E~ angcl,cal Protestant ('hurch 78th S E and S E ~2nd 232-I(115 8:30 Worship Scrv ice 945 Sunday Sclv~fl I I : 15 Worshil~ Sc~',ce %ur~r~ Pitt*. laC'J Inlam throu[~h kmdct'g+,rlcll Ch,p 4 ?,1~ p m Sundas J('P'~ 5 ~1) p m ~,edne' da~, H R Palmbcrg S Spnml= t P J Tho,rclt Pa~h~r~ Mercer Island Baptist Church 5017 9()~h Ave. S.E 232-2851 SUNDAY Sunda) Schtsfl. 9:45 a.m Mnming Worship. I I a m ! Nur~cr~ A ~ alI~hV E~entng *'orship, 7 Um +t,~, cdllcs~a.', C'+Cnlllg ,CI'X Ice 7 p m Pastor Roger Barnard HERZL-NER TAMID Conservative Congregation 3700 E Mercer Way 232-8555 Rabh~ Moshc Pomcrantz Cantor Errol HeHman Richard M Miller EdoCallOnal Directs" Jt~,cph Frankel. C~ntor Fmcr,tus Services Friday Eve 8 p.:n. Sabbath Morning 9:30 am. Sunday Mmyan & Breakfast Forum 9:30 a.m Daily Minyan 7 am. The City of Mercer Island will hold two public hearings to report the progress of rSa: current Housing and Community Development Block Grant program. The hearings will be held at I 0:00 AM and 2:00 PM, Monday, October 12, 1981 at the Community Center at Mercer View. A report on the 1981 program which includes funding for housing repair, youth services, senior citizens programs, community center operations and block grant program administration will be presented. Discussion and questions from the public will be welcomed. The City encourages the participation of all interested citizens. Dcbbie Symmonds [CA Acting City Clerk LL i2 Merce,i r lslanll d Reporter oL Septemb , - 1 i + " ill-- l"'~,"++'+' i ,:, ,:. , [ d~m~' DOLLAR CERTIFICATE i 1 ' ', i ANY STROM'S : ,=VV Vii-i- DRY CLEANING ORDER : II MERCER ISLAND STORE ONLY I LII Hours: Mon -Fri 7-6 Sot 9-6 2918 71tth Ave. S.E. Mercer Island 236-0,122 PUBLI~ NOTICE PUI~LIC NOTIC[ PUBLIC NOTIO[ NO I'lt I ~l Al'l'l.h A lit ~ FOR Stlt+ltF:l IX} MAN.LIt; 1.: M I.;N I" SI'BSI'.XNI'I Xl l~bi 1.'1 tq"H! I l'F:It Xtl I tlt:It ,lt'rl3 t; l',~Lh' '~ " ~ ]" ~.~tlt'rot tht' h, h,x~ dr' ,t'rlbed I+l'tq+t't'15 fl:+- ?ll,'d P.t illltlal th'++ 'I,'I~1~I*'~11 ,t duck hwah't| a! sl~', ~,v ! Mercer I~ ~lx ~ tth!u N~ N~" qtl;irft,r ot ~t%?h,l+ 3 ; ot 'l'omn~,hq~ .'1 IL,nc, 4 E ~Itl" M . 111 Mt, rt'er l'.l:ivhl King Count) % a+.hlllt~|oH Said develo1~mcnl I'. pro lx)sed to he tttttun lakc Washlnblton and'or ii if.+ socialed v.ellands '~nx l 'r son desirinlt It+ cxprt'+ Ms/her Vle~s Ol tO he 11o|1 fled n! the action taken ,+n this applit'ation Q~ouhl not1 f.v Phylhs Meck t'i nt cr +x ~Phone 23:] :I.~t.3;, m ++rltm~t Of his/her Inlcrest ",tithm thirl) t~l, days ttl the" last halite given pUl-Stlant to WAC IT3 14-tl211 "the |lnal date of publication, i~stmg or mailinK ,ff nolice Is I)cl 6+ 1981 Wrinen comments must be received b~ Nnx I, L981 CITY OF MERt'ER IS LAND DEPARTMENT OF t'OM Mt'NITY I)EVEI.OI' MENT 3.~]5 t.l~4T! I AVENUE SE MERCER ISI,ANI) V+A 9~N0 PUBLISlIEL) IN TIlE MERCER ISLAND RE PORTER SEPT ~. ~K'T 6 1981 NOTICE ()E AI'I'IJCATION FOR StlORELINE MANAGEMENT SU BSTANTI A L I)EVEI,OPM ENT PERMIT Notice is herehy Rl%'en that George I,ewis. who ts owner of the below-de scribed property, has fih'd an application for a sub- stantial development ol dock, buJkhead, and plat tmprovements Iocaled at 7~NI Block W Mercer Way, within SW quarter of see tion 25 of Tnwnshlp 24 N Range 4 E W M, In Mercer h, land. King County. Wash ington Said developmenl IS proposed tn be within Lake Washington and/or ,ts as s~iated wetlands Any l~'r son desiring to expre n his/her views or to Iw n,)ll I:ed of the at, lloll laken on this application should n,h ly Phyllis Meek Emery ~Phone 233.3,P.~ m ~rfl ~' nl histher InlereM ~llhltl thlrly +30, days of lhe la~( notlce Riverl pursuan! I. WAC 173 14020. The Imal date o[ puhliealion. IX~',tlll~ or mailing ol nollcc iP~ 41cI 6. 1981 Wrillen .'olnm<.nl, must be received by N.v I 1981. ('iT'/ (}F MERCER I,~ LAND I)EPARTMENT OF' ,)M MUNITY I)EV 1.:1,( )1' MENT 3f~5 88TII AVENUE SE MERCER ISI,AND ~, X 98O4O PUBLISI|ED IN TIlE MERCER ISI.ANI) RE PORTER SEPT :~J, (K'T 6, 1981 Nq ~I'ICE ( )1"" AI'Pi,I('ATION Fol< SIIOREi.INE MANAGEM I':NT SUiIS'rANTIAI. I)EVEI,I)I'M I':%'1 PERMIT Nollce iS hereby, l~l~l'll lh;ll (;reoory I" an(J Nal.~ I~ Plalltani(la .+,t+ I1,+ ,t! I' ~,W III I ,)l the la.h+v+ d,'>~ t Ih,'d pr+~pt.rly baxl. +lh.d +m ++I' phlillil~,n |i~I a +,ulv.l,l+li,+l deveh~l.lll]l'nl ,d a iIo~ k i~l~d nluorlng plles lol'alcd ill 2457 61~h S E . Iocall.d ~ith III the NE quarter ol ~+('( I1.~1+ II ol Township 2iN Rarer, 4EWM. in Mercer Islaml KIIII~ ~'ount y WaShllll~{Oll Suid developnlenl I', plo I~sed Io t~. v, ilhln I,ak~. Washlnghm an IStnldmg IOI +l'+t" ;1~ a I II} tll .+~.ptelnhel Itl~l i+lld :lp h,ill llll+~x.a|lll~l|ll'l+'*.l~lllll.~ ]Jltf++,iI [)', It'~ ~ll~a~l~F III Itl Id'l]lll"~ III 1111' %11+~II"A+~4~II |ht'nlltilllOllld ll++1.~l ~.a~t- l "H,*II;I~ ;II ~ ~lllpll'x 1~r lhls 23rd da~ ,I .%~.pl ll,h.l.l ++ll.+il[|llil'lll 11%1' illlll lllll'~li+ll.~ 191+I t II} hJlll IIolI+, I. lit+." 1''arln It lh 111al~,I crn llulhllng 'I hi' +` ,)',1:', were $1a',~r hmnd h, lw approxm,alely ~VI"rEST $13111MHI and space requlre Debra E .%~;innlondP+ Inenl~ o[ lhe t'lly were [ound Acllrlg Clly t'h.rk to bt' approxllnalel~, 17.(MX] APPR()VI"I) A,"; I|) square |eet