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t LEGAL NOTICE ~,g45 - King County lONERS' NOTICE apub- e held by thc Board of of King County, its office 402 King County Washington, on the 1963, at 9:30 A. M., for whether or appropriation shall be time any taxpayer heard expenditure for Washington, this NTY gton A. MORRIS, ~'l~lph R. SLender, Denutv 25887 Board of County Cam- County, Washington, the License Direc- s employees has been act- i capacity on field in- should he ', and the thal item is balance of the time of the making this situation was LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE No. 819 - King County NO. 843 - Khlg County INTHEMATTEROFTHEAPPL'?ATION KING COUNTY OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY, A CORPOR- ATION, FOR A FRANCHISE TO CON- ELEC'rRICWIRE STRUCT, OPERATE AND MAINTAIN AN DATE OF BID OPENING, UNDERGROUND TELEPHONE CON- DUIT UNDER A PORTION OF PRIMARY JUNE 10, 1963 STATE HIGHWAY NO. 1-RE, IN KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON. Franchise Application No. 3281 NOTICE OF HEARING Invitation To Bid Sealed proposals will be received by WHEREAS, the Pacific Northwest Bell King County Commissioners, 402 King Telephone Company, a corporation, has County Court House, Seattle, Washing- filed with the Washington State Highway ton, up to 9:30 A.M., JUNE 10, lg63 for the Commission, under the provisions of furnishingof: Chapter 21, let extraordinary session, Laws of 1961, and Chapter 12, Laws of 1500 Lineal Feet- 500 MCM THW 600 1961, an application for a franchise to V Electric wire. construct, operate and maintain an under- ground telephone conduit under a portion 100% performance bond will be re- of Primary State Highway No. 1-RE, in quired of the successful bidder, unless King County, Washington, for a period of the sum of the Bid is under $1000.00. No twenty-five (25) years, at the following Bid Bond required. locations: Beginning at a point on the North side The King County Commissioners re- serve the right to reject any or all bids of Primary State Highway No. 1-RE, and to waive any informality in bids. Green River Interchange, as now located and on record in the office of Submit proposals on bid form and on- the Director of Highways in Olympia, velope as provided by this office at 606 Washington; said point being at the King County CourtHouse,Seattle, Junction of the "T" Line and theWashington. North Boundary of Primary State Highway No. 1-RE opposite approxi- BOARD OFCOUNTY mate Highway Engineer's Station COMMISSIONERS 104+25 in the SE% of the SE% of KingCounty, Washington Section 23; thence Southerly along the East side of the "T" Line to a point BY: JOE LOBBEREGT, at the south boundary of the inter- Purchasing Agent section of the "T" Line and So. 158th St. opposite approximate Highway Published in the lssaquah Press May Engineer's Station T-90+00, in the 30,1963. SW% of the SW% of Section 24, all in Township 23 North, Range 4 E.W.M., thence crossing tbe "T" Line and leaving the right of way. LEGAL NOTICE No. 845 - King County COMMI881ONERS' NOTICE OF HEARING NOW THEREFORE, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN VED by the Board of That a hearing will be held on said oner~ of King County, application by the Washington State High- public emergency way Commission at its office in the High- reasonably have ways-Licenses Building, Olympia, Wash- the time of the making ington, on the 17th day of June, 1963, at 1963 which requires the 1:30 o'clock P.M., or as soon thereafter as from the 1963 Bud- hearing may be had. provided for DATED at Olympia, Washington, this budget item, 3rd day of May, 1963. )ecified and in to-wit: /s/W.A. BUGGE Director of Highways TEXPENSEFUND Published in the lssaquah Press May 16, 23 and 30, 1963. Wages $300.00 LEGAL NOTICE No. 821 - King County 200.00 Total $500.00IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE, DEPART- RESOLVED that a MENT OF LIGHTING, A MUNICIPAL bc held in the officeCORPORATION, FOR A FRANCHISE TO County Commissioners,CONSTRUCT, OPERATE AND MAIN- YCourthouseonthelOth TAIN A 115 KV TRANSMISSION LINE I at the hour of 9:30 A.M., UPON A PORTION OF PRIMARY STATE Board is authorized, HIGHWAY NO. I-RE AND SECONDARY directed to cause Notice STATE HIGHWAY NO. 2-M, IN KING published as providedCOUNTY, WASHINGTON. '.O'BRIEN 1963. JNTY glen $TENDER Ill I1 the Issaquah Press May 30, I~AL NOTICE King County ~UNTy TREASURER'S ~01~ ~OND REDEMPTION liven that on the ist presenta- County Treasurer, Washington, or at the State of Wash- Itten Bank, New York bonds: King County ,fJuly 1, 1959 3100, inclus- per $100.00 Treasurer's Reference bonds will cease Washington, this 28th , Deputy luah Press May 30, :MPER LI~AL NOTICE t't47 - King County (~UNTy TREASURER'S given that the 1st upon presenta- Treasurer, Washington, at ig- Bank, New York bonds: 412, King County 1053, Series A date of July 1, 1141 t6 1700, will cease this28th y 30, NolLe, Deputy I~AL NOTICE Nt~4" King County COUNTY ' OPENING, To Bid be received by 402 King Washing- 10,1963forthe r specifications on Conrt House, Bond will be re- bidder, unless $1000.00. No Commissioners re- ~et any or all bids tries in bids. after the time and bid form and by this office at House, Seattle, Franchise Application No. 3282 ;BEREGT, il~ the lssaquah Press May NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a public hearing will be held by the Board of County Commissioners of King County, Washington, in its office, 402 King County Courthouse, Seattle, Washington, on the 10th day of June, 1963, at 9:30 A.M., for the purpose of determinin~ whether or not an cmergency appropriation shall be made in the sum of $6,500.00 for the King County Airport, at which time any taxpayer of King County may appear and be heard for or against such an expenditure for said purpose. DATED at Seattle, Washington, this 13th day of May, 1963. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS King County, Washington ROBERT A. MORRIS, Clerk of Board By: Ralph R. SLender, Deputy NOTICE OF HEARING RESOLUTION NO. 25877 WHEREAS, the City of Seattle, Depart- ment of Lighting, a municipal corpor- ation, has filed with the Washington State Highway Commission, under the provi- sions of Chapter 21, 1st extraordinary ses- sion, Laws of 1961, and Chapter 13, Laws of 1961, an application for a franchise to construct, operate and maintain a 115 KV transmission line upon a portion of Primary State Highway No. 1-RE and Sec- ondary State Highway No. 2-M, in King County, Washington, for a period of twenty.five (25) years, at the following locations: Beginning at a point of the Westerly side of Secondary State Highway No. 2-M, Green River Interchange, as now located and on record in the office of the Director of Highways in Olympia, Washington; said point being at the southwesterly end of the Green River Bridge opposite approximate Highway Engineer's Sta- tion 131+20 in the Government Lot 10, Section 24; thence southerly along the westerly side of Secondary State Highway No. 2-M, thence crossing Pri- mary State Highway No. 1-RE at approximate Highway Engineer's Sta- tion 114+85 and continuing on the east side of Secondary State Highway No. 2-M to a point opposite approxi- mate Highway Engineer's Station 158+00, in the NWV4 of the NW of Section 25, all in Township 23N., Range 4 E., W.M. WHEREAS, A power failure at the King County Airport requires immediate re- pairs to avert interruption of normal Airport activities and avert jeopardy to human life, and WHEREAS, A study of the repairs needed by engineering consultants indi- cates that the estimated cost for correcting this power failure and making a permanent improvement will be approximately $6,590.00, and WHEREAS, No funds are currently provided in the Airport Budget for these purposes, NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED By the Board of County Commissioners of King County, Washington, that an emergency exists which requires the expenditure of money not provided for in said Budget, and which requires an additional appropriation to the sums provided for the specific purpose under the classification shown below, to-wit: KING COUNTY AIRPORT CONSTRUCTION FUND Power for Hangnr No. 1$6,590.00 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a public hearing upon the foregoing matter be held in the office of the board of County Commissioners of King County, Washington, in Room 402, King County NOW THEREFORE, NOTICE IS HEREBY Courthouse, Seattle, Washington, on the GIVEN That a hearing will be held on said 10th day of June, 1963, at the hour of 9:59 application by the Washington State High- A.M, and the Clerk ofthe Board be and he way Commission at its office in the High- is hereby authorized, empowered, and ways-Licenses Building, Olympia, Wash- directed to cause notice of said hearing ington, on the 17th day of June, 1963, at to be published as provided by law. 1:30 o'clock P.M., or as soon thereafter as hearing maybehad. PASSED This 13th day of May, 1963. BOARD OF COUNTY DATED at Olympia, Washington, this COMMISSIONERS 3rd day of May, 1963. King County, Washington /s/W.A. BUGGE Director of Highways ED MUNRO, Chairman Published in the Issaquah Press May 16, 23 and 30, 1963. SCOTT WALLACE, Commissioner LEGAL NOTICE JOHN T. O'BRIEN, No, 82.4 - King County Commissioner COMMISSIONERS' ATTEST: NOTICE OF HEARING IN THE MATTER OF THE PROPOSED VACATION OF A PORTION OF BLOCKS 1 AND 2 OF PLAT OF BURIEN LAKE VIEW TRACTS. PETITIONED FOR BY DAVE STAM- BORSKY NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the 1Oth day of June, 1963, at 9:59 A.M., in the office of the Board of County Commis- sioners, Seattle, Washington, has been set as the time for hearing tbe petition of Dave Stamborsky, for the vacation of a portion of Blocks 1 and 2 of Plat of Burien Lake View Tracts, described as follows: ROBERT A. MORRIS, Clerk of Board By: Ralph R. SLender Deputy Published May 30, 1963, in the lssaquah Press. LEGAL NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE In compliance with Section 128 Title Lots 1 to 5 inclusive, Block 1 of Burton 23 United States Code, notice is hereby Lake View Tracts, according to plat thereof recorded in Vol. 19 of Plats, given that the Washington State High- Pg. 2, Records of King Co., Wash. way Commission, Department of High- AND that portion of L~ts 6, 7, 8, II ways, is planning the construction of a 12 and 13 of sa d Block 1, ying west- erly of Co. Road (8th Place S.W.) portion of Primary State Highway No. 2 TOGETHER WITH that portion of (FAI-90) from the East Urban Limits of vacated street adjacent thereto and Seattle to Lake Sammamish State Park attaching thereto by operation of law: Also Lots 3 to 18 inclusive, in King County. More specifically the BI. 2ofsaidplat, EXCEPTthatportion route is described as follows: Cam- of said Lot 11 deeded to King Co. for mencing at the intersection of existing County Road (8th PI. S.W.) and TOGHETHER WITH that portion ofPrimary State Highway No. 2 (U.S. 10) vacated street adjacent thereto and and the section llne between Sections attaching thereto by operation of law: 9 and 10, Township 24 North, Range S ALSO THE E. 10 ft. of Lots 26 and 27, the S. 80 R. of Lot 28 and all of Lot 29, East, W.M. approximately one-quarter all in Block 2 of said plat, TOGETHER mile east of Richards Roads, also des- WITH that portion of vacated street cribed as Highway Engineer's Sta- adjacent thereof and attaching there- to by operation of law: Also lots 11 Lion 443+00, thence easterly and south- and 12, Block 7 of said plat, TO- easterly a4ong the centerllne of Exist- GETHER WITH that portion of ing Primary State Highway No. 2 vacated streets adjacent thereto and attaching thereto by operation of law, (U.S. 10) to the intersection of the Lake EXCEPT that portion thereof des- Sammamish State Park Road in the cribed as follows: Beginning at the vicinity of the center of Section 20, S.W. car. of said Lot 12; thence S. 89~Pt'20" g. along the S. line thereof Township 24 North, Range 6 East, W.M., and said line extended lf2.74 ft. tothe also described as Highway Engineers westerly margin of said 8th PI. S.W.: Station 710+00. Generally the addi- thence N. 2853'10.' E along said margin 90.00 ft.;thence N. 80"34'20"W. tional traffic lanes will be placed on 120.00 ft.; thence S. 28053'10"W. 83.10 the south side of the existing pave- it.; thence N. 8246'59" W. 36.28 ft. to ment. The improvement of this route the W. line of said Lot 12; thence S. 00~.5'40" W. along said W. line 10.36ft. is necessary in order to comply with to the point of beginning: ALSO that the standards established for the tayOrtion of Lot 1, Block 8, of said plat National System of Interstate and De- ing westerly of Co. Road (8th PL S.W.) TOGETHER WITH that portion feme Highwayst. The contemplated [oca- of unvacated S.W. 16Sth St. lying be- tion passes through the County of tween said Blocks 1 & 2 and W. of King. Maps showing the location of the 8th PI. S.W., together with the S of SW 164th St. lying adjacent to the route may be inspected at the office N, of said Lots 3 to I0 inclusive in of the District Engineer, located at said Block2. 6431 Carson Avenue South, Seattle 8, THE REASONS for said proposed Washington. Any interested person vacation are as follows: from the county affected by sald route, 1. Wishes to replat the area as Ma- may request that a public hearing be drone Slope, which has been ap- held regarding such proposed Iota. proved by the King County Planning lion and the economic aspects of such Commission. location by delivering a written re- 2. The portions of S.W. 165th St. and S.W. 164th St. have never beenquest to the District Engineer, Deport- opened because of excessive grade, ment of Highways, 6431 Carson Ave- 3. This land was platted in 1910. If this petition for vacation andnue South, Seattle 8, Washington, on replat is granted, the land can be or before the 7th day of June 1963. used for approximately 23 homes. In the event such a request is received, DATED at Seattle, Washington, this a further notice of the time and place 6th day of May, 1963. of the hearing will be published. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON ROBERT A, MORRIS, Clerk of Board By: Ralph R. SLender, Deputy WASHINGTON STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION P. J. McKAY District Engineer Published in the Issaquah Press May 16, Published in the Issaquah Press 23 and 30, 1963. May 23 and 30, 1963. ISSAQUAH PItESS Issaquah, Washington Thursday, May 30, 1963 LEGAL NOTICE No. 817 - King County Franchise Application No. 3~ (Amendedl IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICA- TION OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF METROPOLITAN SEATTLE, A MUNIC- IPAL CORPORATION, FOR A FRAN- CHISE TO CONSTRUCT, OPERATE AND MAINTAIN A 42" SEWER LINE UPON A PORTION OF PRIMARY STATE HIGHWAY NO. 5, IN KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON) NOTICE OF HEARING WHEREAS, the Municipality of Met- ropolitan Seattle, a municipal corpora- tion, has filed with the Wnshington State Highway Commission, under the provi- sions of Chapter 21, 1st extraordinary session, Laws of 1961, and Chapter 13, Laws of 1961, an application for a fran- chise to construct, operate nnd maintain a 42" sewer line upon a portion of Pri- mary State Highway No. 5, in King Coun- tYv' Washington, for a period of twenty- e (25) years, at the foDowing locations: Beginning at a point on the North side of Primary State Highway No. 5, Ren- ton to Maple Valley, as now located and on recordin the office of the Director of Highways in Olympia, Washington; said point being at the point of ter- minus of existing Franchise No. 3222 at the intersection of Primnry State Highway No. 5 nnd 5th Avenue F~st, opposite approximate Highway Engi- neer's Station 1498+25 (Existing align- ment) - applroximate Highway Engi- .... ~s Station 67+45 (Future Align- BANTAM TEAM - - Placinq 178th ment), (Highway Engineer's Station 1498+25 sup .... des Highway Engi- among [4,000 teams in the J0-J 3 neer's Station 1593+25 which is in error in F .... hise No. 3222 granted N ..... age group were fhese lads from fhe ber 13, 1962) in Government Lot 4, Sec- tion 16; Shone .... terly along theEagles Junior league who bowl at North side of Primary State Highway No. 5 to a point approximately 2851 the Hi-Ten. From left, Bill Cheva- feet east of the point of beginning op- posite approximate Highway Engi- neer's Station 1470+2 (Existing Align- ment) - approximate Highway Engi- neer's Station 39+04 (Future Align- ment), in the NW% ofthe NEV4 of Sec- tion 21, all in Township 23 N., Range 5E., W.M Together with a crossing of Primary State Highway No. 5 at a point approx- imately 2851 feet East of the intersec- Lion of Primary State Highway No. 5 and 5th Avenue East at approximate Highway Engineer's Station 1470+2 (Existing Alignment) - approximate Highway Engineer's Station 39+04 (Fu- OPEN HOUSE SET lier, Danny Tietje, Bob Corra, Steve Delaurenti and Rick Chevalier. They bowled in the National Mail- ographic Bowlinq Tournament. Issaquah Press Photo. The public is invited to attend the 55th Annual Pound Party and Open House Wednesday, June 5 from 1:30 to 4 p.m. at Children's Orthopedic Hospital : Sure Alignment). and Medical Center. Conducted tours of the hospital will be a NOW THEREFORE, NOTICE IS HEREBY feature of the open house. GIVEN That a hearing will be held on said application by the Washington State Highway Commission at its office in the Highways-Licenses Building, Olympia, LEGALNOTICE Washington, on the 17th day of June, 1963, at 1:30 o'clock P.M. or as soon there- NO. 833 - King County after as hearing may be had. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE DATED at Olympia, Washington, this STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR 1st day of May, 1963. THE COUNTY OF KING W. A. BUGGE, Director of Highways Published in the lssaquah Press, May 16, 23, and 30, 1963. LEGAL NOTICE No. 820 - King County Franchise Application No. 3279 JUVENILE COURT CASE NO, 37731 IN THE MATTER OF THE WELFARE OF INFANT GIRL SCHRADER. NOTICE To WARREN FARGO SCHRADER, Fa- ther, Whereabouts Unknown; and to all whom it may COncern: IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICA- You are hereby notified that on the TION OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST 23rd day of April 1963, a petition was BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY, A CaR- filed in the above entitled Court by PORATION, FOR A FRANCHISE TO CARL B. ERICKSON, Chief Probation CONSTRUCT, OPERATE AND MAIN- Officer, King County Juvenile Court, TAIN UNDERGROUND TELEPHONE having for its object the disposition of CONDUIT UNDER A PORTION OF PRI- the said INFANT GIRL SCHRADER and MARY STATE HIGHWAY NO. 1-RE AND her permanent custody and control, it SECONDARY STATE HIGHWAY NO. 2- appearing from the said petition that M, IN KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON. you, the Father of said child have desert- ed her. NOTICE OF HEARING Said petition will be heard on the 21st WHEREAS, the Pacific Northwest Bell day of June, 1963, at the hour of 1:30 Telephone Company, a corporation, has o'clock P.M., at the King County Juvenile flied with the Washington State Highway Court, 1211 E. Alder, Seattle, Washing- Commission, under the provisions of ton, before the Judge of the above entitled Chapter 21, 1st extraordinary session, Court, at which time you are directed to Laws of 1961, and Chapter 13, Laws of appear and answer the said petition, or 1961, an application for a franchise to action will be taken by the above entitled construct, operate and maintain an un- Court, such as shall appear to be for the derground telephone cable under a per- welfare of the said INFANT GIRL lion of Primary State Highway No. 1-RE SCHRADER. and Secondary State Highway No. 2-M, in King County, Washington, for a period of Dated this 6th day of May, 1963. twenty-five (25) years, at the following locations: NORMAN R. RIDDELL, County Clerk Beginning at a point on the Southwest side of Secondary State Highway No. 2-M, Green River Interchange, as now located and on record in the office of the Director of Highways in Olympia, Washington; said point being at the in- tersection of the M-Line and Secondary State Highway No. 2-M opposite ap- proximate Highway Engineer's Station 128+30 in Government Lot 10 of Section 24; thence Southeasterly along the West side of Secondary State Highway No. 2-M to a point opposite approxi- mate Highway Engineer's Station 133+ 70, in the Government Lot 10 of Section 24, all in Township 23 N., Range 4 E., W.M. Together with the following crossings: Primary State Highway No. 1-RE Sta- tion 128+70 one 2" Iron Pipe under proposed Railroad structure. Primary State Highway No. 1-RE Sta- tion 127+50 Existing 8 duct conduit un- der proposed Railroad structure. (Minor revisions to accommodate structure footings) So: 153rd St. opposite approximate Primary Secondary Highway No. 1-RE, Highway Engineer's Station 129+55. NOW THEREFORE, NOTICE IS HERE- BY GIVEN That a hearing will be held on said application by the Washington State Highway Commission at its office in the Highways-Licenses Building, Olympia, Washington, on the 17th day of June, 1963, at 1:30 o'clock P.M., or as soon there aRer as hearing may be had. DATED at Olympia, Washington, this 2nd day of May, 1963. W.A. BUGGE Director of Highways Published in the Issaquah Press May 16, 23, and 30, 1963. LEGAL NOTICE No. 818 - King County Frlmchise Application NO. 327g IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICA- TION OF THE LAKE HILLS SEWER DIS- TRICT, A CORPORATION, FOR A FRANCHISE TO CONSTRUCT, OPER- ATE AND MAINTAIN AN S" SANITARY SEWER UPON A PORTION OF SECON- DARY STATE HIGHWAY NO. 2-D, IN KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON. NOTICE OF HKARING WHEREAS, the Lake Hills Sewer Dis- trict, a corporation has filed with the Washingtnn State H'ighway Commission, under the provisions of Chapter 21, let extraordinary session, Laws of 1961, and Chapter 13, Laws of 1961 nn application for a franchise to const~ct, operate and maintain an eight (8) inch sanitary sewer line upon a portion of Secondary State Highway No. 2-D in King County, Wash- ington, for a period of twenty-five (251 years, at the following locations: Beginning at a point on the West side of Secondary State Highway No. 2-D, Jct. PSH No. 2 to Redmond, as now lo- cated and on record in the office of the Director of H!l[hways in Olympia, Washington said point being at the apprex mate intersection of Northrup Road and WeM lake Snmmsmish Blvd. (SSH 2-D) opposite approximate Highway Engineer's Station 303+22 in the NEV. of the SWtA of Section 36~ thence Southerly along the West side of Secondary State Highway No. 2-D to a point 1530 feet south of beginning opposite approximate Highway Engi- neer's Station 318+52, in the NE 6r the SW of Section 3S, all in Township 25 N., Range 5 E., W.M. NOW THEREFORE, NOTICE IS HERE- BYGIVEN That a hearing will be held on said ap- plication by the Washington State High- way Commission at its office in the High- ways-Licenses Building, Olympia, Wash- ington" on the 17th day of June, 1963, at 1:30 o'clock P.M., or as soon thernaRer as hearing may be had. DATED at Olympia, Washington, this 23rd day of April, 1963. W. E. MeKIBBEN Assistant Director of Highways Published in the Issaquah Press May 16, 23, and 30, 11~. By MARY E. HOWARD, Deputy Clerk. Date of first publication, May lg, 1963. Published in the lssaquah Press May 16, 23, and 30, 1963. LEGAL NOTICE NO. 827 - King County COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE OF HEARING 2 Local Teams in Junior LEGAL NOTICE No. g39 - King County IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF KING JUVENILE COURT Case No. 41Z34 NOTICE In the Matter of the Welfare nf BABY BOY COLWELL To DUANE F. COLWELL, Presumptive Father, Whereabouts Unknown; and to all whom it may concern: You are hereby notified that on the 3rd day of MAY, 1963, a petition was filed in the above enDtled Court by FRANCES WILSON, Caseworker, Medina Childrens Service, having for its object the disposi- Lion of the said BABY BOY COLWELL and his permanent custody and control, it appearing from the saidpetition that ~ou, the Presumptive Father of said child ave deserted him. Said petition will be heard on the 25th day of JUNE, 1963, at the hour of 1:30 o'clock P.M., at the King County Juvenile Court, 1211 E. Alder, Seattle, Washington, before the Judge of the above entitled Court, at which time you are directed to appear and answer the said petition, or eolian will be taken by the above entitled Court, such as shall appear to be for the welfare of the said BABY BOY COLWELL. Dated this gth day of MAY, 1963. NORMAN R. RIDDELL, COUNTY CLERK (Seal) By MARY E. HOWARD, Deputy Clerk. Date of first pu bl~cation, May 23, 1963. Published in the lssaquah Press May 23, 30 and June 6, 1963. LEGAL NOTICE NO. 841 - King County Franchise Application No. 3284 In the Matter of the Application of the Washington Natural Gas Company, a corporation, for ~ franchise to construct, operate and maintain a 2" gas line upon a portion of Primary State Highway No. 2-EL, in King County, Washington. NOTICE OF HEARING WHEREAS, the Washington Natural Gas Company, a corporation, has filed with the Washington State Highway Com- mission, under the provisions of Chapter 21, 1st extraordinary session, Laws of 1961, and Chapter 13, Laws of 1961, an application for a franchise to construct, operate and maintain a two (2) inch gas line upon aportion of Primary State High- way No. 2-EL in King County, Washing. ton, for a period of twenty-five (25) years, nt the following locations: Beginning at a point on the Northside of Primary State Highway No. 2-EL, Jct. SSH No. 5-A to Jet. PSH No. 5, as now located and on record in the of- rice of the Director of Highways in Olympia, Wnshington; said point being at the West Right of Way Line of 1801h St. S.E opposite approximate High- way Engineer's Station 6#4+25 in the SE% of the NEZ/4 of Section 25; thence Southwesterly along the North side of Primary State Highway No. 2-EL to a point at the intersection of Primary State Highway No. 2-EL and S.E 261st St. opposite approximate Highway Engineer's Station 690+75, SE% of the NE% of Section 25, all in Township 22 N., Range 5 E., WM. Together with the crossing of the frontage road at the intersection of Primary State Highway No 2-EL and SE. 261st St. opposite approximate Highway Engineer's Station 691+00. NOW THEREFORF~ NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN JUNIOR BOWLERS - - Placinq 284th in their division in the National Mailographic Junior Bowling Tournament were these young bowlers, Alan Miles and Jody Linquist, kneeling, and Tom Aim, Jerry Croft Jr., and Stan Crosby. Issaquah Press Photo. 23.30andJuneS. That a hearing will be held on said application by the Washington State High- way Commission at its office in the High- ways-Licenses Building, Olympia, Wash- ington, on the 15th day of July, 1963, at 1:30 o'clock P.M., or as soon thereafter as hearing may be had. DATED at Olympia, Washington, this 10th day of May, 1963. /s/W. E. McKIBBEN Assistant Director of Highways Published in the lssaquah Press May Mail0graphic LEGAL NOTICE IN THE MATTER OF THE VACATION Issaquah s young bowlers who OF A PORTION OF 4ff'JrH AVENUE SOUTH MILITARY ROAD INTERSEC- got one high-place team intothe TION V'ICINITY PETITIONED FOR BY National Mailographic Junior SCOTT E. ROBINSON, AND OTHERS. Bowling Tournament last year NOTICEOFHEARING have repeated this year with No, 842 - King County COMMISSIONERS' CALL FOR BIDS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the $1,000 For Board of County Commissi ...... fKin~ County, Washington, will meet in its of- fice in the King County Courthouse, Seattle, Washington, on the 17th day of June, 1963, at 9:30 A. M, for the purpose of receiving bids for leasing of county pro- ~serty located on Squak Mountain, near saquah, Washington, for a period of not to exceed thirty-five (35) years with the understanding that all provisions covering leasing of County property for a thirty-five year period shall be cam- Plans are being completed plied with as set forth in Chapter 110 for the second annual Renton Session Laws of the State of Washington, Creative Arts Festival to be 1941, said property being described as follows: held June 13-15 at the Renton In SW% of SE% Sec. 4 Twp. 23 N , Range 6 E.WM. from SW corner of Bonneville Power Administration leasehold defined hy steel fence cor- ner post, due West 160 feet to the point of beginning; thence, due South 12 feet; thence, due West 40 feet; thence due North 40 feet, thence due East 40 feet; thence, due South 28 feet to the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the tWO, petitionofScottERobinson, andothcrs, The star outfits were from for the vncation of a portion of 48th Ave- nue South, Military Road Intersection the Saturday Junior Eagles Shopping Center. Again this Vicinity has been filed in thc office of League. Five teams took part year the shopping-center mall the Board of County Commissioners of King County Wnshington, said road to here and of these two placed will be transformed into an bevacated ~a'eing described in said peti- in the first 300. exhibit area for paintings, tionasfollows: A bantam boys team, Danny sculpture, ceramics and other Commencing at that portion of48th Av- TietJe, Bob Corra, Rioky Cbe- crafts created by both profes- enue South as shown on the Plat of yeller, Bill Chevalier and Steve sional and amateur artists, point of beginning Jovita Heights as recorded in Volume 20 of Plats, page 12, Records of King Delaurenti placed 178th among Adding special interest will Any person desiring to bid on such lease should submit the same at the County, Washington, lying between the about 14,000 teams in the 10-13 be distribution of $1,000 in priz- above-mentioned time and place. southerly right of way margin of South 358th Street and northerly of a line age bracket, es to winners in various cute- NO bids of any bidder who is subject to drawn 50 feet northwesterly of and A local junior team, ages gories of the show. Judges in the legal disabilities of aliens will be parallel to the center line of Military Road, the whole distnnce being about 13-15, placed 284th. Members the three divisions will be Alan considered. 220' said road being unopened. Of this team were Jerry Croft, Wright, sculpture; Ted RandThe Board reserves the right to reject NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that Jr., Jo y Lindquist, Scan Cros- and Perry Acker, paintings;anynndallbids. the 10th day of June, 1963, at the hour of by, Tommy Aim and Alien and Ruth Pennington, crafts. 9:30 A. M., in the office of the Board of DATED at Seattle, Washington, this County Commissioners, 402 King County Miles. Entries will be exhibited for 13thdnyofMay, 1963. Courthouse, Seattle, Washington, has three days - June 13 from noon BOARDOFCOUNTY b .....t for the hearing .... id petition DOUGLAS ANDREWS COMMISSIONERS and the consideration thereof, until 9 p.m., June 14 from 9 a.m. DATED at Seattle, Washington, this ARRIVES IN FRANCE until 9 p.m., and June 15 from KingCounty, Washington 6thdayofMny, l~3. Army PFC Douglas M. And- 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. The publicROBERTA MORRlS, is invited to visit the shopping- ClerkofBonrd BOARD OF COUNTY rews, 20, whose wife, Zandra, COMMISSIONERS King County, Washington lives on Route 2, Issaquah, was center mall to see the display. By: Ralph R. SLender, Deputy assigned early in May to the Many of the items will be of- Published in the Issaquah Press May ROBERT A. MORRIS, 557th Quartermaster Companyfered for sale. 23, 30 and June S and 13, lg63. ClerkofBoard in France. Letters have been mailed to By:RalphR. Stender, A parachute rigger in the a number of area residents I..~GAL NOTICE Deputy company, Andrews entered the inviting participation in the NO. 8~ - lung Cuuuty Published in the Issnquah Press May Army in June, 1961 and receiv- Arts Festival as patrons. Any COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE OF 23and30,1963. ed basic training at Fort Ord, persons interested in adding HEARING Calif. He was last stationed at their support to the event in U~AL NOTICE Fort Campbell, Ky. IN THE MATTER OF THE VACATION Andrews is a 1961graduate of this manner can obtain details OF A PORTION OF 224TH AVENUE NO. gZ8- King County Jordan High School, Long Beach, by calling BA 6-1043. SE., PETITIONED FOR BY C. E BUT- COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE OFCalif. His mother, Mrs. Emma LER, ANDOTHERS. HEARING M. Andrews, lives at 1565 Man- NOTICE OF HEARING IN THE MATTER OF THE VACATION ning Ave., Los Angeles, Calif. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the OF A PORTION OF 44TH AVE. S. PETI- STATE OF WASHINGTON petition of C. E Butler, and others, for TIONED FOR BY JAMES VENTEN- Icelandis the only p|ace FOR THE COUNTY OF KING thevacntionofaportionof224thAvcnue BERGS, AND OTHERS. S. E` hes been filed in the office of the in the world where icecaps INPROBATE Board of County Commissioners of King NOTICBOFHEARING and lava fields adjoin each County, Washington, said road to be NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the tl',her. Ne. 17178g vacated being described in said petition as follows: petition of James Ventenbergs, and NOTICETOCREDITORS others, for th ..... Lion of a portion of ALMET That portion era thirty (30')foot road 44th Ave. So. has been flied in the office in the Matter of the Estate nf AUSTEN lying adjacent to lot sixteen 116) and of the Board of County Commissioners LeBOY DUNBAR Dectsed. lot seventeen 117) of Lake Wilderness of King County, Washings ..... id road to ~l : Five Acre Tracts, according to plat. be vacated being descrihed in said peti- g"~l U r~8 n u [~ Notice is hereby given that the under- thereof recorded in Volume 20 of plats. tion as follows: signed has been appointed and has quail page 27, records of said county: Section fled as administratrix of the estate of 28, Township 22, North, RnngeSE.W.M. Commencing at the south 128' of 44th Austen LeRoy Dunbar, Deceased; that all and E` 10@.47' of N. 206.71' less Co. Rd. Ave. So. lying northerly of plat nf persons having claims against said de- & Per. E of Co. Rd. Ex. N. 20~.71' of Chinook Park, the whole distance be- ceased are hereby required to serve the SWofSE. ing about128 ft. same duly verified, on said administra- trix or her attorney of record at the ad- NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that J WINDOW d .... below stated, and file th ...... ith the 10th day of J .... 1963, at the h .... f the 10th day of June, 1963, at the hour of, the Clerk of said Court, together with 9:30 A. M, in the office of the Board of Countyg:30 A. Commissioners,M" in the office402of theKingBOardcountyOf! PATIO DOOR .... f of such set'vice within si .... ths County Commissi ..... 402 King County after the date of first publication of this Courthouse, Seattle, Washington, has Courthouse, Seattle, Washington, has notice, orthcsamewilibebarred, been set for the hearing on said petition been net for the hear ng on said pet Lion ~ and the consideration thereof. andth ..... iderntion th .... f" Vs..vRm... DgP. IAI ! Date of first publication May 30, 1963. DATED at Seattle, Wnshington" this DATED at Seattle, Washington, this 6th day of May, I963. SUNNY HILLS Anna E. Dunbar 6th day of May, 1963. Administratrix of said Estate. BOARD OF COUNTY [ 1 Discount Address 18020 Sunset Highway, BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS P.O. Box 277, COMMISSIONERS King County, Washington|THIS WEEK ONLY Issaquab, Wash. King County, Washington ROBERTA. MORRIS, I[ :PAY WHFN YOU WANT Walter E CurnuttAttorneyfor Estate, ClerkROBERT A. MORRIS,of Board Clerk of Board I DELIVERY ... 18020 Sunset Highway DeputyBy: Ralph R. SLender, .| FRFE ESTIMATESEX 2-3196 P O.PublishelBOX 277,inlSSaquah,the lssaquahWashingtnPress May DeputyBy: Ralph R. SLender, Published in the Issaquah Press May [CALL ANY ThME 30,June6and 12, 1963. Published in the lssaqunh Press May 23 and 30, 1~3. " 23, nnd S0, UM3. LEGAL NOTICE No. 840 - King County Franchtsc Application No. 3199 IAmendedl In the Matter of the Application of the East Hill Water Co. lnc., a corporation, for a franchise to construct, operate and maintain a 4" transite water pipe line upon a portion of Secondary State High- way No 5-A, tn King County, Washington. NOTICE OF HEARING WHEREAS, the East Hill Water Com- pany, Inc., a corporation, has filed with the Washington State Highway Come,a- sian, Under the provisions of Chapter 21, 1st extraordinary session, Laws of 1961, and Chapter 13, Laws of 1961, an appli- cation for a franchise to construct, oper- ate and maintain a four (4) inch transite water pipe line upon a portion of Secon- dary State Highway No 5-A in King County, Washington, for a period of twenty-five (25~ years, at lhe following locations: Beginning at a point on the South side of Secondary State Highway No 5-A, Kent to Junction Primary State High- way No. 5, as now located and on rec~ ord in the office of the Director of Highways in Olympia. Washington: said point being at the junction of Secondary State Highway No 5-C and Secondary State Highway No 5-A opposite approximate Highway En- gineer's Station 87+60 in the NE% of the NW% of Section 29, thence east- erly along the South side of Secondary State Highway No. 5-A to a point at the intersection of 114th SE opposite approximate Highway Engineer's Station 34+40, the SEV~ of the NE of Section 29, all in Township 22 N, Range 5 E, WM. NOW THEREFORE, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That a hearing will be held on said application by lhc Washington State High- way Commission at its office in the High- ways-Licenses Building. Olympia, Wash ington, on Ihe 17th day of June, 1963, at 1:30 o'clock PM, or as soon Ihereafter as hearing may be had. DATED at Olympia, Washington, this 1st day of May, 1963 /s, W. A BUGGE Director of Highways Published in the lssaquah Press Mny 23, 30 and June 6, 1963. LEGAL NOTICE NO. 8sm - King Cmlnty COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE OF HEARING IN THE MATTEn OF THE VACATION OF A PORTION OF SE 4TH STREET, ADJACENT TO LOTS 18 and lP, BLOCK 1, LAKE HILLS NO. 22, PETITIONED FOR BY BELL AND VALDEZ, MEDAL- LION HOMES, INC., AND OTHERS) NOTICE OF HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the petition of Bell and Valdez, Medallion Homes, Inc., and others, for the vacation of a portion of SE 4th Street, adjacent to Lots 18 and 19, Block 1, Lake Hills No 22 has been filed in the office of the Board of County Commissioners of King County, Washington said road to be vacated be- ing described in said petition as follows: That portion of SE 4th St. y ng South- erly of and adjacent to Block i of Lake Hills No 22 as recorded in Vol. ~ of Plats on pages 18 and 19, Records of King County, Washington, descrihed as follows: Beginning at the southwest corner of Lot 19 of said Block 1; thence S 8841` 10" E alongthe south line of Lots lg and 18 in said Block 1 a distance of 119.49 ft. to the beginning of a curve to the left having a radius of 32637 ft.; thence easterly and northeasterly along said curve through a central angle of 10" 32'42" an arc distance of 00.07 ft to a point on said curve from which the center lies N 9"13'52" W 326.37 fl dis- ~ant; thence S 76"45'18" W 6171 ft~ thence N 8841'10'' W 11923 ft. to the west line of said P al of Lake Hills No Wt'~t ,, ........ 22; thence N 0"D9'28'" W along said west line 10.00 ft. to the Point of Beginning Containing 0033 Acres more or less NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that the 10th day of June, 1963, at the hour of 9:30 A M, in the office of the Board of County Commissioners, 4~ King County Courthouse, Seattle, Washington, has been set for lhe hearing on said petition' and the consideration thereof DATED at Seattle, Washington, this. 6th day of May, 1963. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS King County, Washington ROBERT A MORRIS, Clerk of Board By: Ralph R. Stender, Deputy Published in the [ssaquah Press May 23 and 30, 1963 LEGAL NOTICE NO. 830 - King County COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE OF HEARING IN THE MATTER OF THE LOCATION AND ESTABLISHMENT OF 12TH AVE. S (S. 154Tll ST TO S. 152ND PLACE) NOTICE OF HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the 10~h day of June, 1963, at the hour of 9:30 A M. in Ihe office of the Board of County Commissioners, Seattle, Washington, has been fixed as the time and place for hearing upon the report of the County Road Engineer in the matter ofjhe estab- lishment of 12th Ave S (S 154th SL to S. 152nd Plnce), the termini, general course and width of which, as recommended in such report being as follows: Commencing on the centerlinc of 12th Ave. S. at Eng. Sta 72 92.91 of King County Sur. No 29-2,~4:.17 in Sn. ~0, Twp. 23 N., R 4, EWM. thence north- erly a distance of 484.59 ft to a ter- minus at the centeriinc of S 152nd PL in the Plat of Sunset Terrace as recorded in Vol 60 of Plats, page 63, Records of King County, Washington 484.59 FI = 0.09 Mile NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that all persons interested may appear and be heard at such hearing upon such re- port and upon the establishment of such road. DATED at Seattle, Washington, this 6th day of May, 1963. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS King County, Washington ROBERT A. MORRIS, Clerk of Board By: Ralph R Stender, Deputy Published in the lssaquah Press May 23 and 30, 1963. LEGAl. NOTICE No. 844 - King County COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE OF HEARING IN THE MATTER OF THE VACATION OF A PORTION OF DUTHIE HILL ROAD NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the 17th day of June, 1963, at the hour of 9:30 AM., in the office of the Board of County Commissioners of King County, Washington, has been fixed as the time and place for hearing upon the vacation of a portion of Duthie Hill Road, described in Resolution .~o. 25876 as follows: All that portion of Duthie Hill Road in Sec 7, Twp 24 N., R, 7, EW M, not included in the 60' Right-of-Way of Duthie Hill Road as established February 20, 1961, IKing County Survey No 72-4-7-3; King County Engineers Map No. 86-'m ) NOTICE 1S FURTHER GIVEN. that all ~ersons interested may appear and be card at such hearing upon the vacation of said road. DATED at Seattle, Washington, this 13th day of May, 1963. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS King County, Washington ROBERT A MORRIS, Clerk of Board By: Ralph R Stender Deputy Published May 30 and June 6, 19~3, in the lssaquah Press.