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I I.I~AL NOTICE p~ - King Comity | Ing County ~'tNK.TRAILER L~0P BID OPENING, I/AY ~0, I9e3 Ibtion To Bid pals will be received ~ely Commissioners, 402 .~ Court House, Seattle, t~P to 9:30 A.M., May 20, ~ mreishing of: IM0 Gallon Frame-less ~..NP Steel Tank Semi- .imam | t~lapmptmentl. New ~m per specifications on .~4 County Purobaning ~..NI King County Court Washington. See Mr. k~f-ermance bond will be Wthe successful bidder, un- l(~lln, of the Bid is under OBid Bond required i~.~nty Commissioners re- ~t to reject eny or all bids ~n~anY informality in bids F~8~osals on bid form and PrOVided by this office at ~ty Court House, Seattle, ~OPCOUNTY ~aSIONERS !.JOE LOBBEREGT ~i~g Agent ~AL NOTICE I~aIONERS' NOTICE : OP HEARING ~M~ttor of the Vacation of a Ll..~t'E. 42nd Place Petitioned mmy Lee Therrell, and Others. ~ICE OF HEARING IS HEREBY GIVEN that ~fof Johnny Lee Therrell, ~.~ the vacation of a por- ~,42ed Place has been filed ~e of the Board of County ~e~ of King County, Wash- ~i, road to be vacated being ~.la Said notation as follows: ~of righ't.of-way adjacent ~t 42nd Place as bot~d- It J~10 of Newport Heights ith~ of Meyer's Addi{ion and a line directed p ~f~ W. from the southwest bLOt @I of Me ers Addi "''-" a Y ' " .~gut to, the whole area t~et~t one-hundred-fifteen ~4~1~ P URTHER GIVEN, that {. i.f May, 1963, at the hou r of "C'~ the office of the Board of ~missioners, 402 King ~t~house Seattle, Washing- I~ n set for the hearing on --oa and the consideration ~tt Seattle, Washington, this "april, 1963. ~OF COUNTY ~"~+SSIONERS ~t ~gnty, Washington ~TA MORRIS of BOard ~'lhtlph R. Stender, Deputy t ~63th}~ lssaquah P .... t ALNOTICE - King Couaty County PILING BID OPENING, ~Y 20, 1963 lion To Bid ale will be received by 'mmissioners, 402 King ease, Seattle, Washing- A.M May 20, 1963, for per list and spoclfl- |IS et King County )eplrtment, IN King House, Seattle, Wash- r. Thrasher. monte bond will be he successful bidder, n of the Bid is under Bid Bond required. ;Ounty Commissioners Eht to reject any or all Sire any informality in OSals on bid form and ~'ided by this office at b7 Court House, Seattle, )F COUNTY SIONERS LOBBEREGT ~41 Agent ~ete: May9, 1963. ! I~&L NOTICE ~ -- King County g~SEM~N'r FOR BIDS l~ Will be received by the ~-aaty Commissioners of ~ Itjl@~ County Courtbouse, ~*a~tdon until 9:30 A.M. gnd ~ill then and there rulru~ii Publicly read aloud gQd *Shing of all labor, ,~quipment necessary to ili~t~s Work consisting of | t[~oa and levee construc- tivee] Green River down- ~l b..,~t. Said work is divided tl~I" items. Bids received tl~,~ fixed for opening will ered. ~/Ueations and form of + --me]~lr eta may be examined ~pt~Y,.Engineer's Office, 905 ~I t1~so, Seattle, or may ~0m,. deposit of $10.00. f~ of deposit for one eom- ~ yraento will be returned ~t~t~idder within a reason- tilt" r receipt of bids. All ~,~ Will be refunded with ~.eXceeding cost of re- pluna, upon rnturn -.*o in good condition Pt~LMt.er date of opening of ~n time said deposits ~e~Ik be accompanied by a t~i:'~ esh/er'# check, or .i~e.l~.ayable to King County rtk_'~ount not less than 5 "~ gV~unt of bid. ~ reserves the right to I~ ell bids, end to waive. ~R p. WINTERS f~UNTy ENGINEER ia l~l~tthe lasaquah Press '~ -- I~ng Cmnty ~ION~Rq~ im111~tTE . I~S. M 10-al-N ~memish River (Brid~e No. 15 Soc.il Twp. Construction of ~tlou with the ttruetion of new Y using selected sshed stone top _ Ft. Estimate of LEGAL NOTICE NO. 78~ - Kiag County COMMi~IONEI~' NOTICE OF HEARING In the Matter of the Vacation of a Portion of 200th Avenue S.E., Petitioned for by Facteria Develop- ment Corporation, and Others. NOTICE OF HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the petition of Factoria Development Corporation, and others, for the vacation of a portion of 200th Avenue S.E, has been filed in the office of the Board of County Commissioners of King County, Washington, said road to be vacated being described in said petition as follows: Commencing at 200th Avenue S.E running thence the east 30 ft. oftbe SWV~ of the NW'/+ of Section 8, Township 24 North, Range 6 East, W.M., King County, Washil~gton, less that portion platted as 200th Ave. S.E. in plat of Waverly Hills, according to plat recorded in Vol- ume 63 of Plats, Page 68, Records of King County, Washington, and ending at SE corner of the SW% of the NWV+ of Section 8, Town- ship 24 North, Range 0 East, W.M., the whole distance being about 0.15 miles. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that the 27th day of May, 1963, at the hour of 8:30 A.M., in the office of the Board of County Commissioners, 402 King County Courthouse, Seattle, Washing- ton, has been set for the hearing on said petition and the consideration thereof. DATED at Seattle, Washington, this 29th day of April, 1963. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS King County, Washington ROBERT A. MORRIS, Clerk of Board By: Ralph R. Stender, Deputy Published in the Issaquah Press May9 and 16, 1963, -~=amm=~ LEGAL NOTICE No. 789 - King County King County DRYGOODS DATE OF BID OPENING, MAY 20, 1963 Invitation To Bid Sealed proposals will be received by King County Commissioners, 402 King County Court House, Seattle, Washing- ton, up to 9:30 A.M., May 20, 1963, for the furnishing of: DRY GOODS - as Per list and specifications on file at King County Purchasing Department, 80~ King County Court House, Seal+ tle, Washington. See Ann Gallagher. 100% performance bond will be required of the successful bidder, un- less the sum of the Bid is under $1000.00. No Bid Bond required The King County Commissioners reserve the right to reject any or all bids and to waive any informality in bids Submit proposals on bid form and envelope as provided by this office at 606 King County Court House, Seattle, Washington. BOARD OF COUNTV COMMISSIONERS BY: JOE LOBBEREGT Purchasing Agent Publication Date; May 9, 1963. LEG/~L NOTICE NO. 801 - King County COMMISSIONERS' CALL FOR BIDS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Board of County CommisSioners of King County, Washington, will meet in its office, 402 King County Courthouse, Seattle, Washington, on the 3rd day of June, 1963, at 9:30 AM., for the purpose of receiving bids to lease the following described King County property for a period of not to exceed five (5) years, beginning July I, 1963: Beginning at the North quarter (V~) corner of Section 33, Twp. 24 N.R. 4 E, W.M., thence S. 8917'40'' E. along the north line of said Sec- tion 33, a distance of one thousand three hundred and eleven (1,311.00) feet to a point in Airport Way; thence S. 17o32'25'' E. on and along tbe center line of Airport Way a distance of five hundred and sixty-eight (MS.00) feet to a point; thence S. 60"10'34" W., a distance of seventy (70.00) feet to a point, said point being the true point of beginning; thence continuing on the same bearing, S. 80"10'34" W., a distance of two hundred seventy- one and sixty-four one-hundredths (271.64) feet to a point; thence S. 29"52'47" E. a distance of seventy (70.00) feet to a point; thence N. 80"10 34" E. a distance of two hun- dred fifty-six and thirty-three one hundredths (256.33) feet to a point; thence N. 17"32'25" W. a distance of seventy-one and sixty-four one hundredths (71.64) feet to the true point of beginning. Parcel con- taining 18,479 square feet more or less. Including approximately 875 square feet of an existing building renovated as per architects draw- ings and other appurtenances pres- ently existing, or to be constructed as per architects drawings. iGf d $.06 per squere foot Any person desiring to bid on such lease should submit the same at the above-mentioned time and place. No bid of any bidder who is subject to the legal disabilities of aliens will be considered The" Board reserves the right to re- ject any and all bids.. DATED at Seattle, Washington, this 29th day of April, 19]. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS King County, Washington ROBERT A. MORRIS, Clerk of the Board + By: Ralph R. Stender, Deputy ; Published in the Issaquah Press May9, 16 and'23, 1963. LEGAL NOTICE No.2N - Kiag Curtly King County BACI~TOP8 DATE OF BID OPENING, * MAY 20, I~ Invitation To Bid 'Sealed proposals will be received by King County Commissioners, 402 King County Court House, Seattle, Washington, up to 9t30 A.M., May 20, 1~3, for the furnishing of: BACgSTOP8 AT LAI~ HILL8 PARIL BELI,EVU~ WASHINGTON - as per qleelfteafloB on file It King County l~reh~Ing Depm't- meat, ~ King County Omit House, Seattle, WMblnSton. Bee Mr. Davis. 100% performance bond will be re- quired of the successful bidder, unless the sum of the Bid is under $1000.00 No Bid Bond required. The King County Commissioners reserve the right to reject any or all bids end to waive any informality in bids. Submit proposals on bid form and envelope as provided by this office et 00~ King County Court House, Seattle, Washington. BOARD'OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS BY: JOE LOBBEREGT Purchasing ASent Publication Date: Maya, 11~3. LEGAL NOTICE IssaqusdL Washington -- @ No.~-Kingcounty Thursday, May 9, 1968 Mrs Amelia Serra fell in ....-. u___,.+ . ..... ADVERTI8EMENT FOR BIDS .... bI mrs. rl4BrglM nwynOlOa ROADDISTRICTNO.Z TO .TOUR GARDENS her yard on May Creek Road Phone AL $-5149 April 29 and broke her leg ....... Sealed bids will be received by the Board of County Commissioners of Issaquah Garden Club and She was alone at home so On April 28 the girls, ac- King County at 402 King County Court- she had to get herself to the companied by Mrs. Chase, house, Seattle, Washington, until 8:3~ the guest Buena Vista Garden A.M., May 27,1963, and will then an Club, Seattle, will Join in a house to summon aid. A Mrs. Taylor and Mrs. Me- there be opened and read cloud, for progressive luncheon andtour delivery man happened along Kenny joined the Casey jones the furnishing of all necessary labor, and took her to the doctor. Excursion. The train stopped materials, and equipment and per- of local gardens starting at forming all work required for crush- I0:15 a.m. Wednesday, Mayl5. She is in Group Health Hos- at Olympia where the pass- ing and stockpiling of crushed surfac- pltal, engers were taken on a two- ing materials at the following Ioca- Starting from Gibson Hall, tions: stops will be at the Martin Activities of the MayValley hour tour of the capitol. The KRAIN PIT: Located in Section 2, Emrick, Herman Garbe, At- Girl Scout Troop led by Mrs. train then made a loop around Township 20 N., Range 6, EW.M. bert Jenson, A. L. Wold, Don Taylor and Mrs. Richard Centralia, Tenino, and buckle %" minus cover stone 15,000 Tons Edwards Fish, Jr., Page Chase colored ll0 dozen eggs Tacoma, where the girls had (Construction Specifications) Ballard and Richard Freed for the May Valley Lions' smorgasbord dinner. They " minus sealcoat chips 10,000Tons homes. Club Easter Egg Hunt. On returned to Seattle about 9:00. April 27 the troop parUcipated The trip was financed through Bids received after the time fixed ~ in the all-Scout carnival at the cookie sale in March, and foropeningwlllnotbeconsidered. LEGALNOIICE May Valley School. Earlier through money raised at the Plans, specifications and form ofNo. 79I-KingCounty the same day, Mrs. Chase Scout Carnival held in 1962. contract documents may be examined and Mrs. Taylor took their Mrs. Taylor would like any at King County Road Engineer's ADVERTISEMENT FOR BID8 three senior patrol leaders, mother interested in helping Office, 905 County Courthouse, Seattle, or may be obtained upon deposit of ROAD DISTRICTNO.2 Yvonne McKenny, Candy Co- wilh troop activities or assist- $10.00. The full amount of deposit for one complete set of documents will be Sealed bids will be received by the canower, and Coral Chase toing in leadership of newtroops t Headquarters of either Scouts or Brownies returnedto each actual bidder within Board of County Commissioners of the Girl Scou _ to a reasonable time after receipt of bids. King County at 402 King County Court- in Seattle where they met call her at BA 6-2159. All other deposits will be refunded house, Seattle, Washington, until 9:30 with deduction not exceeding cost of A.M. May 27, 1963, and will then and with the committee in charge Girls in the Girl Scout Troop reproduction oftheplans, upon return there be opened and read aloud, for of the national encampment are Candy Cocanower, Kathy of all documents in good condition the furnishing of all necessary labor, within 10 days after date of opening materials, and equipment and per- tO be held on the Scouts* Raistad, Kristine Axelson, bids, after which time said deposits forming all work required for crnshing River Ranch at Carnation. The Vicki Taylor, LAnds Trainer, willbe forfeited, and stockpiling of crushed surfacing girls were told what will be Meredith Aldrich, Jo y AI- materials at the following locations: Each bid shallbe accompanied bya expected of them and were drich, Glenna Gegosian, Dot- ii certified check, cashier's cheek r MAURY ISLAND: Lcated in See" ~~ ~ iWALTER F. WINTERS M ~i~i~T~:s given infrmatin which will tY Trainr' Mary Greenfield' bid bond made payable to King County lion 21, Township 22N, Range 3, Treasurer in amount not less than 5% E.W.M. enable them to teach primitive Yvonne McKe6ny, C arol oftbe amount of bid. 5/8" minus crushed surfacing camping during the two-week Greenfield, Lauri Rooks, Sha- (Construction Specifications), King County reserves the right to 30,000Tons encampment in AuguSt. The run Oro~t, Laura Gibson, reject any or all bids, and to waive May Valley Troop is one ofKathy Crow, Coral Chase, and informalities. Bids received after the time fixed only five in the state which judy Tate. for opening will not be considered, ty MaPff~,i ' has beenchosentoparticipate. Jerry Kraft, son of the KING COUNTY ROAD ENGINEER Plans, specifications and form of ay Conrad Krafts. 16627 S. E contract documents may be examined Published in the Issaquah Press at King County Road Engineer's Offlce, [ [28th fell and broke his arm Ma~gandl,6,!963. ,,, 905 county Courthouse, Seattle, or LEtIAI" Nt)TI(/I