Newspaper Archive of
The Issaquah Press
Issaquah, Washington
June 6, 1963     The Issaquah Press
PAGE 7     (7 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 7     (7 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
June 6, 1963

Newspaper Archive of The Issaquah Press produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2021. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

PRESS ,7 (b) Said corporation or associa- tion has its principal and per- ashinEt~ g manent meeting place in the June 6, 19¢3 City of Issaquah and has been "~--~ ~ organized and established in lANCE NO. 815 the City of Issaquah for a peri- qCE OF THE CITY OFod of at least one year prior to WASHINGTON, RE- the date application is made for AND REGULATING a fireworks license. AND USE OF "SAFE FIIEWORKS WITHIN SECTION 8. APPLICATION FOR LI- ~kND REPEALING ALLCENSE OR PARTS OF ORDI- ! CONFLICT THERE- a) Application for a license: 1. Shall be made in writing ac- 0UNCIL OF THE CITY companied by a license fee of iAH DOES ORDAIN: $10.00. 1. DECLARATION OF IN- 2. Shall be made on or prior to to the second Tuesday in April of each year. Applicants for any Meat of this Ordinancesuch license shall be notified by #rOeedure for the grant- the City Clerk of the granting or d~ss, and the possession, rejection of their application scharge of "safe and for license on or before the first Forks as classified byMonday in May ofeaeh calendar ~re Marshal, and not to year, and if any applicants are b POssession, sale or use not granted a license, the fee er fireworks classified as shall be refunded. For the fire- fireworks by the Stateworks season of 1963, applica- Law, or otherwise pro-tions for a license may be made r the Ordinances of the immediately upon this Ordi- klUah, Washington. nance becoming effective, and permits may be granted by the N~,TITLE City Clerk pursuant to said ap- plications immediately thereaf- ce shall be known as ter until all authorized licenses ~OrdinaneeoftheCity for the year 1963 pursuant to and may be cited as the provisions of this Ordinance have been granted. "SAFE AND SANE" 3. Shall set forth the proposed location of the fireworks stand applied for. Sane" fireworks shall in- rflreworks that have been 4. Shall be accompanied by an ~nd registered as "safe assurance that if the license is Ythe State Fire Marshal issued to applicant, applicant nity with Chapter 228, shall, at the time of receipt of Ws of 1961 State of Wash- such license, deliver to the City ' Clerk $25-50,9¢0.00 public liabil- ity, and $5,000.00 ~roperty 4. DANGEROUS FIRE- damage insurance policy, with rider attached to the policy de- signating the City as an addi- ~orks article which does tional assured thereunder. ~e "safe and sane" classi- ~1 of the State Fire Mar- SECTION 9. PREFERENCE considered to be dan- ~Works. Applicants for renewal of license shall be given preference over ap- $. LICENSE REQUIRED plicants for license by persons not previously licensed, provided that Jawfut for any person, if the holder of the license fails to ership or corporation make application for renewal by the retail sale of fire- the second Tuesday in April, said the City of Issaquah preference shall be forfeited. having obtained a lic- e City Clerk. The an- SECTION 10. NO. OF LICENSES e charged for the issu- ~ch retail license shall No one organization may receive ich fee shall cover but more than one license for fireworks es outlet, sales during any one calendar year. The maximum number of licenses AWFUL SALE DATES which may be issued pursuant to this Ordinance during any one cal- dawful for anyperson, endar year, shall not exceed one Lership or corporation license for each 3000 residents of retail sale expose for the City, according to the last offi. ell at retail or use or eial census. fireworks within the ~ahexeeptfromtwelve SECTION 11. OPERATION OF on June 28th, to twelve STANDS on July 5th of each No person other than the licensee organization or affiliates shall op- REREQUISITET01S- erate the stand for which the Ii- ,ICENSE cense is issued, or share or other- wise participate in the benefits license shall be is- of the operation ofsueh stand. such applicants who qualification;: SECTION 12. TEMPORARY FIRE • itable, religi- WORKS STANDS tory corpora- Ld existingpri- All retail sales of "safe and sane" , patriotic, re- fireworks shall be permitted only ; or civic bet- from within a temporary fireworks and stand, and the sale from any other building or structure is hereby pro- hibited. Temporary stands shall be subject A, WHITE tothe following provisions: sT 1) No fireworks stand shall be located within 25 ft. of any other building, nor within 50 ft. of any Contac Lens gasoline station. ~r1~o~.~~iii~~., . 2)Fireworks stands ueed not comply with the provisions of the building code of the City, provided however, that all stands shall be erected under tbe supervision of the Fire Chief of the City, who shall re- quire that those stands be con- structed in a manner which ' shall insure the safety of at- 9:00"to 5:30 tendants and patrons, and shall and Sa . be wired according to City Code. 9:00 to 1~00 3) Each stand must have at least two exits. /elephone 4) No fireworks stand shall be located closer than 600 ft. to an- 5-~ 788 other fireworks stand. 5) All weeds and combustible FINEST oice MEATS ANYWHERE: li Choice Boneless Boneless LB. LB. material shall be cleared from LI~ALNOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGALNO'INa~ LBB,~LN@YMM the location of the stand, in- N~-Ris~Onm~ eluding a distance of at least NO. S4S - Ring County No. 884 - King County No. g75 - King County No. 883 - King Ceunty COMIIISSlOABi~NOYlal OIr 20 ft. surrounding the stand. NOTICE OFSALE OF COUNTY PROPERTY COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE OF ¢ 8) "No Smoking" signs shall be WHEREAS, the Board of ConntyCommissi ..... inre., ...... i .... ..y King County .EARING King County NOncE IS H..Y GIV. prominently displayed on the 1963 deemed it advisable to sell the following described County owned surplus NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Board of County Commisslonurs of Rimll fireworks stand, equipment located at Road Districts No. 2 and No. 3. BACK HOE the Board of County Commissioners MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION County, Washitq[tun, will hold • public 7) Each stand must have an BOADDISTRI[CTgSUEPLUgEQUIPMENT of King County, Washington will OF REFUSE SITE bearing in Its office In Room 402 Ki~ adult watchman in attendance DATE OF BID OPENING, continue the following matters un- County Courthouse, Seattle 4, W~hin{L~, and in charge thereof when the KOAD DISTRICT NO. 2 JUNE 17, 1963 til the 10th day of June, 1963, at the DATE OF BID OPENING, ofou{):30the A.17thM.daYfor oftheJnee,pu~ofSteonaldet.the hmu stand is being used for the sale JUNE 17, 1963 1958 Panel- Chev. - 1 Ton hour of 9:30 A. M., in Room 402 King ing the adoption of the following pro~ or dispensing or storage of fire- ....... 1 Ton -Ser. Invitntio. To Bid county Courthouse, Seattle 4, Wash- Bid iimit a°ln"oue, thi ftvuWhic (30, l'mlle. perthehour . ' works ........ I Ton -. = Olt ingtou: Invitation To l,,.Avouu. .th .m uth,,,h ro.. " Pick Up - Ford- F 100 - " 3(]580110179 2P-9 1941 Truck - Intl - 2 Ton (Fire Truck) r~ ,~. 8) All unsold stock and accom- - - "F10LgR25301 2PU-49 to SSH IV (South 990th Street.): ,, " - "u-35-9738 ~A-91 Sealed proposals will be received 1. An emergency appropriation panying litter shall be removed 1942 - Chev.- PA Ton (Dump) ............ 1944" - Kenworth- 8 Yd. Dump - , ~mn ,, ,~-,u., by King County Commissioners, 402 in the sum of $4,160.00 for the Li- Sealed proposals will be received I~SOLtrriON from the location by 12:00 ..... , ~,,34 2T-118 by King CountyCommissioners, 402 o'clock noon on the 6th day of 1944 - - 8 Yd. Dump ,, ~..oo ~...~. King County Court House, Seattle, cense Department. 1944" - " -8 .... - .~'°'~ "'"'~ Washington, up to 9:30 A.M. JUNE King County Court House, Seattle, NO.- July of each year. 1944,,' ..... - Kenworth - 8 • -" " 5193951936 2T-1212T'IJ0 17, 1963, for the furnishing of: 2. Adoption of the proposed reso- Washington, up to 9:30 A.M., JUNE WHEREAS, by virtue of Chapter 10, 1942 - Auto Car - Cab and Chassis ,, lution which establishes land use 17, 1963, for the furnishing of: SECTION 13. PENALTY FOR VIO- " • - U7(~628 2T-137 Laws of lg~/, the Legislature of the Seato 1949 - GMC- Cub and Chassls ,,~q ~ regulations and districts (zoning) .... - ..... -153 I only- MICHIGAN BACKHOE of Washington has granted to COU~ LATION OF THIS ORDINANCE 1941 - - 4 Yard Dump . ,,,~od ~ ~r.z 1953 " - Diamond - T- 4 Yd. Dump ,,~'~ 7,~';~'~. ATTACHMENT - used within theunincorporated terri-MAINTENANCE AND OPERA- Commiaslo~rs the enthority to utubliak 1953 " - Diamond- T - 4 Yd. Dump " ,, ~,~ ~,.~-~,~' iu good condition prefer- tory of King County, State of Wash- TION OF REFUSE SITE LOCA- speed llm/is on County roads outside of Any person violating this Ordinance 1936 Trailer - Nordine Oil Transport " "3~""" ~,r~'~'~ able - as per speclfiea- ington, and regulates the uses of TED AT North Eud of Bellevue ny ln¢orporuted cityor town, and shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, 1934 " - Dual Axle Logging ~ "5~-~ WN 2"r]~16 tions on file at King property publicly and privately Airport near 28th & 148th S. E.- and upon conviction thereof, shall 1950 Grader - Gallon 118 ,, ~n ~,,~ ~c. ~'~ County Purchasing De- owned therein, adopting maps divid- as j~er spec. iflcations, on_file at WHERK~, Traffic Engieeering stud- be punished by a fine not exceed- 1951 " - Gallon 118 " ~ ~="~ ~.'~,~ ing King County into use districts ~lng ~uount'y Purenulng uep~rs, los have detormdaed thet because of in. ing $1000.00, or by imprisonment 1951 " - Gallon 118 ~ ,, ~ ;~.~ ~.._.~ partment, 606 King ¢reued traffic volume, populetion den- in the City jail for a period not ex- 1953 " - Gallon 118 . ,, ~ ~ ~.~ Connty Court House, and providing for amendments and meat, {~ King County C~mrtsity, existing alignmunt standards aml 1957 " - Huber Warco - "6 D2-I07815 2G-66 Seattle, Washington.additions thereto. House, Seattle, Washington. See accident potontial, the maximum sal'e ceeding 30 days, or by both such 1941 Striper - Ford Traffic Line Striper . "go T ~'4~ul 2TLM-1 See Mr. Davis. Mr. Davis. speed on certain King Count7 roads is fine and imprisonment. Further, 1957Loader -HoughPaYloader ." ~nC~W'- ~r.a 3. Bid opening to lease King lower then the pregontlT ostublished and the license shall be revoked. 6 Cyl. Engine - Chrysler Skid Mount ........... 100% performance bond will be County Airport Property in Section 100% performance bond will be posted speed limit, now, therefore Unit - "$11-91012 SECTION 14. EFFECTIVE DATE. (Mfi"s. Ser. SF-256@ required of the successful bidder, 33,Twp. 24N.,R. 4E.,W.M. requiredof the successful bidder, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of KI~ on Skid Mount) unless the sum of the Bid is under unless the sum of the Bid is under County Commiasloners that the maximum 1 Cyl. Engine - Air-Cooled - No. Serial Number I.D. #1 $1000.00. No Bid Bond required. DATED at Seattle, Washington $1000.00. No Bid Bond required, safe speed at which vehlelu of say char- This ordinance shall be in full force Sterling Pump - With 1 Cyl. Air-Cooled Wisconsin Engine, this 29th day of May, 1963. octer maY be operated on the following and effect five days after its pas- - Ser. 275021 The King C6unty Commissioners The King County Commissioners described rued is hureby fixed at thirty- sage, approval and publication.Hystaway Crane, Model H.W. - Ser. 23826 reserve the right to reject any or all BOARD OF COUNTY reserve the right to reject any or all five (38) miles per hour. I Approved: J. W. Flintoft Michigan % Yd. Shovel Front- No Serial Number I.D. *'2bids and to waive any informality COMMISSIONERS bids and to waive any informality Mayor Austin - Western Belt Conveyor - No Serial Number I.D. #3 l~th Avenue South from South 240th Attest: Doris McGinn 1 Lot- Miscellaneous Used Tracks I.D. #4 in bids. King County, Washington in bids. Street to SSH IV (South ]MOth Street) City Clerk Submit proposals on bid form and ROBERT A. MORRIS, Submit proposals on bid form and BE IT FURTHER RF_JIOLVED that ~W Approved as to form: ROADDISTRICTNO.$ envelope as provided by this office ClerkofBoard envelope as provided by this office part of any resolution heretofore paased Walter E. Curnutt 1958 Panel - Intl. ~ Ton - Set. A102 SA 106795A 3P-15 at 606 King County Court House, at 606 King County Court House, by the Board of Commiasioners which is City Attorney -- 1958 ........ - " A1O2 SA 115429A 3P-24 Seattle, Washington. By: Ralph R. Stender, Deputy Seattle, Washington. in conflict with this resolution be end the same is hereby repealed, end Published June 6, 19¢3, in Tne 1958 ........ .,, A102 SA 115441A 3P-29 Issaquah Press. 1953" Ford .... - Mtr. FLGD 3 R- 14286 3P-184 BOARD OF COUNTY Published in the Issaquah PressBOARD OF COUNTY BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the 1954" Intl. " " - Ser. 50220254199 " 3P-189 1955" Chev." " ( 6 Cyl.) - " D550055367 3P-195 COMMISSIONERS June 6, 1963. COMMISSIONERS above described speed seaes be posted ~ ~ ~ 1955 Pick Ue Intl " " -" 10@47" 3PU-202 with appropriate speed limit s~ by 1955 ........ - Ser. 8024 3PU-203 BY: JOE LOBBEREGT BY: JOE LOBBEREGT propur authorities et the eatremities 1950 Truck Intl. KB-5, 3 Yd. Dump - "KBS-573542 3T-143 Purchasing Agent ~ Purchasing Agent thereof end at other points as required in 1950 .... KB-5, 3 Yd. Dump - " KBS-5129625 3T-146 aceordaneu with existing statutoL and LEGAL NOTICE 1951 .... L-190 4-5 Yd. Dump-" L-194-9371 3T-161 Published in the Issaquah Press LEGAL NOTICE Published in the Issaquah Press BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that any 1951 .... L-190' 4-5 Yd. Dump - " L-194-93,58 3T-163 June 0, 1963. violation of this regulation be deemed a No. 879 - King County 1949 Tractor "TD-18 (Stripped - " TDR-17-697 3C-21 June 6, 1963. No. 874 - King County misdemeanor punishable as such under NOTICE OF SALE OF 1951 .... TD-18 for Parts) - " TDR-26794 3C-23 ~ the Laws of the State of Washington. Hoist Hesse-Ersted - 2 Drum, ~ LEGAL NOTICE COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE OF LEGAL NOTICE COUNTY PROPERTY with 50 H.P. " HEARING PASSED this __day of ~ IS~. G. E. Elec. No. 840 - King County WHEREAS, on April 19, 1963~ Mtr. KC-12495 3H-1 No. 885 - King County BOARD OF COUNTY application was filed with the Board and, IN THE MATTER OF THE LOCA- Frenehise App|teatien No. $11MI (Ameeded) COMMISSIONERS of County Commissioners for the gC ty TION AND ESTABLISHMENT OF King County, Washlngton purchase of the following described By order of advertisement, as required by law, the 13th day of May, 1963, at the Kin oun NEWPORT WAY (128TH AVE. S.E. In the Matter of the Application of the hour of 9:30 A. M. was set for the hearing to determine the advisability of selling TO 133RD AVE. S.E.) East Hill Water Co. lnc., a corporation, King County property, to-wit: said County owned surplus equipment and on said date the Board met and being for a franchise to construct, operate and Beginning at a point on the advised in the premises, deemed it to be to the best interest of King County that TRANSFER TYPE NOTICE OF HEARING maintain a 4" transite water pipe line Northerly side of road #599 said County owned surplus equipment be sold, it is therefore near the northeast corner of the REFUSE TRAILERS upon e portion of Secondary State High- SE% of SW¼ of Section 6, Twp.ORDERED by the Board of County Commissioners of King Coumty, Washington, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that way No. 5-A, in King County, Washington. 23 R. 6 E; fi'om which point the as follows: DATE OF BID OPENING, the 24th day of June, 1963, at the NOTICE OF HEARING ¼ corner on the south side of That the said County owned surplus equipment be sold by the King County JUNE 17, 1963 hour of 9:30 A. M., in the office of said Sec. 6 bears S 21° E 1270 TreasurerattheJeffersonStreetentrancetotheKingCountyCourthouse, Seattle, the Board of County Commissioners, WHEREAS, the East Hill Water Corn- Bid Seattle, Washington, has been fixed puny, I .... a corporation, has filed with ATTEST: ROBERTA. MORRIS the Weshington State Highway Commis- ClerkoftheBoerd feet more orless distant, thence Washier ..... theZ4thdayofJune, 19eJ, et10:00o'clockA M., Invitntio, To as the time andplace for hearing sion, Under thepruvisi .... fChapter2l, N 10° W 197 feet to a point from which a pole of the Snoqualmie That said County owned surplus equipment be sold individually Or collectively upon the report of the County Road 1st extraordinary session, Laws of 1961, Power Co's Tacoma line (Oppo- to the highest bidder or bidders, end that the successful bidder or bidders shall l~puty ~,~, site Pole #725 of the Seattle havetheoptionofpayingforssmeasfollows: Sealed proposals will be received Engineer inthematteroftheestab- and Chapter 13, Laws of 1961, an appli- by King County Commissioners, 402 lishment of Newport Way (128th cation for e ~'anchise to construct, oper- line) bears N 59° W 107 Ft. dist. 1.Payment in full at sale or . King County Court House, Seattle, Ave. S.E. to 133rd Ave. S.E.), the waterate andpipemaintainline upona fOUra portion(4) inchoftransitesecon, theThiSprovisionsn°tice iSofRgiVenc inw uceordence30~S2 120 (7)w'U'sad theneeN. 57°75'E. 182ft. thence 2.Twentypercent(20%)ofbidpriceatthet;meofsaleandthehalance Washington, up to 9:30 A.M., JUN]~ termini, general course and width dary State Highway No. 5-A in King provides penalties for the violation of S. 56" E. 141 ft. more or less to in full upon approval of sale by the Board ox County Commissioners. 17, 1963 for the furnishing of: of which, as recommended in such County, Washington, for e period of the previsions thereof. the northerly margin of said report, belugas follows: twenty-five (25) years, at the following road th. S 35017' W. 153 ft. along That the County Treasurer shall receive all monies and shall upon approval of locutions: the sale by the Board of County Commissioners, issue to each successful bidder 3 to 5 TRANSFER TYPE REF- DATED at Seattle, Washington, this 17th said marginal line th. S 59°14, a bill ofsele to be attested by the County Auditor under his official seal. USE TRAILERS - as per speclfl- Beginning on the centerline of Beginning at apoint on the South side day of May, IN& W along said marginal line 172 cations on file at King CountyNewport Way in Section 16, of Secondary State Highway No. 5-A, BOARD OF COUNTY ft. more or less to beg. (con-That the purchaser or purchasers must remove said County owned surplusequip- Court House, Room 606, Seattle, Twp. 24 N., Rge. 5 E., W.M. at P. Kent to Junction Primary State High- COMMISSIONERS taining one acre M/L), and ment within 30 days, after the Board of County Commissioners approves the sale, Washington. See Mr. Davis. C. 63+02.00 of King-County Sur- way No. 5, as now located and on rec- King County, Washfl~ton fromlocation at Maple ValleyShops for Road District No. 2 and at Redmond Shops vey No. 1025 B, thence from an ord in the office of the Dfroctor of WHEREAS, by order of advertise- for Road District No. 3 where they are presently open for inspection between the initial bearing of N. 13o18'00'' Highways in Olympia, Washington; ROBERT A. MORRIS, ment, as required by law, the 27th hoursof8:30A. Mand4:00P. M, MondaysthruFridays, and 100% performance bond will be said point heing at the junction of ClerkofBourd required of the successful bidder, E. along the arc of a curve to the Secondary State Highway No. 5-C day of May, 1963, at the hour of 9:30 That the Board of County Commissioners do hereby reserve the right to reject unless the sum of the Bid is under right, having a radius of 1145.92 and Secondary StateHlghway No. 5-A By: Ralph R. Stonder, Deputy A. M. was set for hearing to deter- any and all bids submitted. $1000.00. No Bid Bond required, ft. a distance of 418.20 ft. to the opposite approximateHighway En- mine the advisability of selling said centerline of 128th Ave. S.E., gineer's Station 87+60 in the NE~, of l~blished in the lssaqueh Press June S, property and on said date the Board DATED at Seattle, Washington this 13th day of May, 1963. The King County Commissionersthe true point of beginning, the NWV~ of Section 29, thence east- met and being fully advised in the BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERSreserve the right to reject any or all thence easterly a distance of erlYstatealo~theHighwaySouthNo. 5-Asideto a°fSec°ndarypoint at the premises deemed it to be to the best King County, Washington bids and to waive any informality 2950.81 ft. to a terminus in the intersection of 114th SE. opposite interest of King County that said in bids. S.W. quarter of the N.W. quar- approximate Highway Engineer's property be sold, it is therefore ROBERTA. MORRIS, CIerkofBoard ter of Section 15, Twp. 24 N., Station 34+40, the SEV, of the NEY~ LEGAL NOTICE Submit proposals on bid form and Rge. 5 E., W.M. at Station 106+ of Section 29, all in Township 22 N., ORDERED by the Board of County By: Ralph R. Stender, Deputy envelope as provided by this office 14.31 of King County Survey No. Renge 5 E., W.M. No. 841 - King County Commissioners of King County, PublishedintheIssaquahPressJune6and13,1963. at 606 King County Court House, 1025B. NOW THEREFORE, NOTICE IS HER~BY FrunchlasApplieationNu. ll~84 Washington, as follows: Seattle, Washington. GIVEN 2950.81 ft. = 0.559 miles In the Matter of the Application of the That the above described proper- BOARD OFCOUNTY That a hearing will be held on said Washington Natural Gas Company, a ty be sold by the King County Trea- ORDINANCE N0.g14 LEGALNOTICE COMMISSIONERS NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, application by the Washington State High- corporation, for a frenchise to construct, way Commission at its office in the High- operate end maintain a 2" gas line upon that all persons interested may ways-Licenses Building, Olympia, Wash- aportion of Primary State Highway No. tranceSUrer attotbetheJeffersonKing CountyStreetcourt-En" AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF No. S44- F¢lng Connty BY: JOE LOBBEREGT, appear and be heard at such hear- ingtou, on the 17th day of June, 19~3, at 2-EL. in King County, Washington. house on the 24th day of June, 1963, IM~AQUAH, WA8HING'rON CHANG- Purchasing Agent ing upon such report and upon the 1:30 o'clock P.M., or as soon thereafter at 10:00 o'clock A. M. under the fol- ING THE ZONING ON CERTAIN COMMISSIONERS' establishment of such road.es hearing may be had. NOTICE OF HEARING lowing terms and conditions in the PROPI~tTY ]FROM SINGLE FAMILY NOTICEOFHEARING Published in the Issaquah Press WHEREAS, the Washington Natural mannerprescribed bylaw: RESIDENCE ZONE TO MULTIPLE IN THE MATTER OF THE VACATION June6, 1963. DATED at Seattle, Washington, DATED at Olympia, Washington, this Gas Company, a corporation, has filed FAMILY RESIDENCE ZONE AND OF A PORTION OF DUTHIE HILL ROAD ~ ~ this 27th day of May, 1963. 1st day of May, 1963. with the Washington State Highway Corn- 1. The minimum bid that will be AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 8@4, /s/W. A. BUGGE mission, under the provisions of Chapter considered by the County Commis- the offlelal zoning ordluanee, AND NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the BOARD OFCOUNTY DirectorofHighways 21, 1st extraordinary session, Laws of stoners willbe $500.00. CHANGING THE ZONING MAP 17th day of June, 1963, at the hour of No. 9¢g - KingCounty COMMISSIONERS 19~1, and Chapter 13, Laws of I301, aa application for a franchise to construct, 9:30 A.M, in the office of the Board of KingCounty, Washington Published in the Issaquah Press May operate and maintain a two (2) inch gU DATEDOCTOBERI5,19¢Z, WHICH County Commissioners of King County, g C 'J~m 23,30and June6,1303. lineupneaportlonofPrimaryStateHigh- 2. If the successful bidder desires IS A PART OF SAID ZONING OR- Washington, has been fixed as the time Kin oun|7 ROBERT A. MORRIS, way No. 2-EL in King County, Washin~ to pay cash, payment may be made DINANCE. and place for hearing upon the vacation ~ ton, for a period of twenty-five (25) years, in full at said sale or twentypercent of a portion of Duthie Hill Road Clerk of Board ORDINANCE NO. 81~ at the followinglocations: (20%) of the bid price at the time of BE IT ORDAINED by the City described in Resolution No. 25876 as sale and the balance in full upon Council of the City of Issaquah: follows: FUEL OIL By: Ralph R. Stender, Deputy AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OFBeginning aI a point on the Northside approval of sale by the Board of All that portion of Duthie Hill Road DATE OF BID OPENING, ISSAQUAH, WASHINGTON ESTAB- of Primary State Highway No. 2-EL, County Commissioners, at which SECTION I. That a petition was in Sec. 7, Twp. 24 N., R 7, E.W.M., JUNE 17, 1963 Published in the Issaquah Press LISHING AND CREATING ACIVIL Jet. SSH No. 5-A to Jet. PSH No. 5, as time the King County Treasurer made for the rezoning of the fol- not included in the 60' Right-of-Way June 6 and 13, 1963. SERVICE COMMISSION FOR THE now located and on record in the of- will issue a deed to the successful lowing described property and a of Duthie Hill Roed as established rice of the Director of Highways in bidder to be attested by the County public hearing was duly held bythe Fehruary 20, 1961, (King County I.vitntion To Bid ~ SCRIBEDPOLICE DEPARTMENTBy CHAPTER AS41.1~PRE-oF atOlympia'Washingt°n;saidp°intbeingthe West Right ofWayLine uf130th Auditor under his official seal. Planning Commission as required Survey No. 7-24-7-3; King County by Ordinance No. 804, that the EngineersMapNo.86-29.) LEGAL NOTICE THE REVISED CODE OF WASH- St S.E. opposite appruximete High- 3. If the successful bidder desires Planning Commission recommenu- NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that all Sealed proposals will be received INGTON. way Engineer's Station 694+25 in the to enter into a contract for the pur- ed to the City Council that the zon- persons interested may appear and be by King County Commissioners, 402 No.873 - King Cannty SE~. of the NE% of Section 25;thence Southwesterly along the North side of chase of the propertY, at least ing be changed from Single Family heard at such hearing upon the vacation King County Court House, Seattle, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY Primary State Highway No 2-EL Io twenty percent of the bid price Residence to Multiple Family Rest- ofsa/d road. Washington, up to 9:30 A.M, JUNE KING COUNTY TREASURER'S COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ISSA- a point at the intersection of Primary must be paid in as a down payment dence according to the petition; QUAH, WASHINGTON: State Highway No. 2-EL end KE 301st at said sale with the balance to be that thereafter the City Council DATED at Seattle, Washington, this 17, 1963f or the furnishing of: NOTICE OFBONDREDEMPTION St. opposite approximate Highway paid in 12 equal monthly install- conducted a public hearing as re- 13thdayofMay, 1963. FUEL OIL FOR ALL DEPART- SECTION I. There is hereby crea- Engineer's Station ~@0+75, SE~, of the meats plus interest at the rate of quired by the State Law and found BOARDOFCOUNTY MENTS OF KING COUNTY - Notice is hereby given that on the ted a Civil Service Commission for NE%ofSeetion25, ell in Township J~ 8% per annum on the unpaid hal- that the change in zoning was for COMMISSIONERS as per specifleatious on file at 18th day of June, 1963, I shall upon the Police Department of the City N.,RangeSE, WM. vresentation at the office of County of Issaquah, Washington pursuant Together with the crossing of the ance with an option to pay off the the public welfare, was necessary King County, Washington King County Court House, ~reasurer, King County, Seattle, to and in aeeordance with the pro- frontage rusd at the interseetion of balance at any time, in which case as a result of changed conditions Seattle, Washington. See Mr. Washington, redeem the following visions of Chapter 13, Laws of 1937 Primery State Highway No. 2-EL and the King County Property Agent since the Zoning Ordinance was ROBERTA. MORRIS, Davis. will prepare a real estate contract initially passed and that the new ClerkofBoard bonds: (Revised Code of Washington Chap- SE. 261st St. opposite approximate ' ter41.12) Highwey Engineer's Station 301+00, to the corn re to be approved by the Board of zoning conforms P " By:RalphR. Stender $1000.00 performance bond will Water District No. 42, KingCounty County Commissioners and attested hensive plan. Deputy be required of the successful bia- NOW THEREFORE, NOTICE IS HEREBY by the County Auditor. • Publi M der. No Bid Bond required. L.I.D. No. 0 Bonds SECTION II. A Civil Service Corn- GIVEN SECTION II The zoning classIfi- ... shed ay 30 and June 6 1963, in Issued under dateofJune 18, 1962 mission of three members is here- cation" for the" following" described' toe ~ssaquah Press. '~ ~;-o ~,~,,nt~ CommI'o~'ioners Bonds numbered 1 to 5, inclusive by established aceording to said That a hearing will be held on said 4. Purchaser to assume all assess- nded to ............. ~ vv,. ~ o~ ments, if any, and King County to property is hereby ame ~ v~,,~LNOTICE reserve the right to reject any or all King County Treasurer's Refer- State Law, the terms of the first applicationbytheWashingtonState~ligh- ways-Licenses Building, Olympia, Wash- esidence accora '~ v i pay all advertising charges.Multiple Family R " . " ~ffi~ bids and to wai e any "nformality ence No. 1466 three members appointed shall way Commission at its office in the High- ing to the definition thereoI con- . __ _ . : _.~ expire one on June I, 1965, one on ington, nn the 15th day nf July, 1963, at 5. That the County Treasurer tained in Ordinance No. 804, and ~u.S4|-~tngt~ausy moius. Interest on the above bonds will June I, 1967 and one on June 1, l:30o'clockPM.,or as sooa thereafter as the in 1 mil Residenee zon ItS NOTICE OF S g e Fa ' y " .. " COMMISgioNE ' Submit proposals on bid form and cease June 18, 1963. 1969. Thereafter all appointments hearing maybe had. shall receive all monies paid in on ing no longer exists for tnis pro- HEARING envelope as provided by this office shall be for six year terms. The res- saidsale. . Dated at Seattle, Washington, pective terms for the first three DATED at Olympia, Weshington, this pert and the offielal zoning map INNTHEA~AIT~HE~NFToHELwOC.A~,~N ~tatt~e ~sghfog~nty Court House, this4thdayofJune, 1963. members shall be determined by 10thdayo~May, 1963. 6. That the Board of County Com- of thy City of Issaquah, dated Octo- A ' lot. /s/W. E. McKIBBEN missioners reserve the right to re- s~l~ow~Siv[ll~t~pl~s hFearme~lYy C~ae:gdeeUn~° STREET (12TH AVE. S.W. TOISTAVE-S.) BOARD OF COUNTY A.A. TREMPER AssistantDirectorofHighways ject any and all bids submitted. KING COUNTY TREASURER SECTION Ill. There is hereby in- zoning. NOTICE OF HEARING COMMISSIONERS corporated by reference in this Published in the Issequah Press May DATED at Seattle, Washington, That portion of the southwest quarter of the southwest quar- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that theBY'JOELOBBEREGT By: Roland C. Nolte, Deputy ordinance all the provisions of 23,30end June6,1963. this27thdayofMay, 1963. • 24th day of June 1963, at the hour of 930 Pur " A R.C.W. 41.12 as fully as though set ter of Seetton 27, Townshtp 24 ....... , ............ n" chastug gent r' A.m., m tee omee o[me 9uaru ux~,uu ,: Published in the Issaquah Press forth herein, and three copies of BOARD OF coUNTY N, Range 8 E.W.M., desc Ibed Commissioners, Seattle, Washington, has ~..t.r I..~ • th~ ~os--uah Press June 8, 1963. said said law shall remain on file COMMISSIONERS astotlows. , been fixed as the tlme and plaee for hear" ~uu.lS,e,., In '~ "° "'~ in the office ofthe City Clerk. LEGAL NOTICE King County, Washington ~egInning at a point on tne ing upon the report of the County Road June 8, 1963. northwesterly line of McClos- Engineer In the matter of the establish- ~ ~ No. ~- King County key's Addition to the Town of ment of S.W. 108th Street (12th Ave. S.W. LEGAL NOTICE SECTION IV. This ordinance shall ROBERTA. MORRIS, Issaquah aecording to plat re- to 1st Ave. S.), the termini, generalco~rse be in full force and effect five days COMM1881ONERS'CALLPORBII~I ClerkofBoard corded in vnl,m~ ~1 ~f nbrt~ and width of which, as recommende " NO.aN - KingCounty LEGAL NOTICE after its passage, approval and pub- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the ................ "~'--' such re ore belng as follows: lication. By: Ralph R. Stender, Deputy page 34, in King County, which P ' IN THE SUPERIOR COURT No.871 - Ring County Board of County Commissioners of King IS north 64"57'0@" east 30.04 Beginning at a point on the centerline OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON Count~, Washington, will meet in its o& Published in the Issaquah Press feet from the most westerly eor- of lJth Avenue S.W., said point being INANDFORTHECOUNTYOFKING INTHESUPERIORCOURTOFTHE Passed this 3rd day of June, 1963. rice m the King County Coorthouse~ net of said plat" thence north the N.W. corner of the S.EN~ of the. STATE OFWASHINGTON IN AND Approved: J. W. FLINTOFT, Seattle, Washington, on the 17th day of June__6and 13, 1963. 64"57'0@" east 218 66 feet to the s.w.~, of Sec. 6, Twp. 23 N., Rge 4 E., JUVENILE COUKT FOR THE COUNTY OF KING Mayor June,receiving1963, atbids9:30forAleasingM, for ofthecountypUrp°Sepro-°f INTHESUPERIORCOURTOFTHE mnO~t southerly corner of Miles ~30M~h~e~cte eat~ermliYnuasdoiStehneCee°[. CaseNo. 41~4 JUVENILE COURT Attest: Doris McGinn perry located on Squak Mountal .... ar CityClerk Issaquah, Washington, for a period of Brady's Subdivision of terlineoflstAvenueS, said terminus CaseNo. 21978 not to exceed thirty-five (36) years with STATEOFWASHINGTON Issaquah, according to plat being the N.E. corner of the S.E.V, of NOTICE Approved as to form: the understanding that all provisions FORTHECOUNTYOFKING recorded in volume 35 of plats theSE ¼ofsaldSec. 6. . ............ NOTICE Walt E:.Curnutt covering leasing of County property for a e " ' n ' " " in tee ~atter ~[ me welsJU-e OS nAu~ p g 22, in King County; the ee .......... BOY ,-,~w,~, • a thirty-five year period shall be com- plied with as set forth in Chapter 110 IN PROBAI~ north 25~02'5r, west 217.05 feet; • .ffi • in the matter of the welfare of WENDY City Attorney Session Laws of the State of Washingten, No. I?I?N thence south 64"57'0@" west ~,~,~ ~ ~'uRTHER GIVEN that all To DUANE F. COLWELL, Presumptive LEE PE'rERSON. Published in the lssaquah Press 1941, said property being duscribed 182.73 feet to a line parallel pers"ons~nterested may appear' and be Father, Whereabouts Unknown; and to TO SYLVIA RAY CANHAM PETER- June 6, 1963. follows: NOTICE TO CRKDITOsm with and 30 feet northeasterly heard et such hearing upon such report all whom tt may concern. SON, Mother, Whereabnuts Unknown; of the northern Pacific Railway and upon the establishment of such road .... lathe Matter of the Estate oi'AU8'I~N • ------ *h ....n~P~n at Seattle Washington this 17th You are hereby notixxea tnat onthe3rd andtoallwhomitmayconcern: In SW% of SEV. Sec. 4 Twp. g3 N., Company right of wmy; ~-~.~.~ ...... ~ ' -"-' day of MAY, 1963, apetition was filed in Range S E.WM. ~rum SW corner of day of May 1~m~ LeROYDUNBARDeeeased. south 15"52'30" east along said , " the above entitled Court by FRANCES You are hereby notified that on the DR. W. J. McKENZIE Bonneville Power Administration Notice is hereby given that the under- parallel line to the 'point of ,~,.o,~,f~w~,~v WILSON~Caseworker, Medina Childrens 15th day of March, 19~1, a petition was Member of • leasehold defined by steel fence eor- signed has been appointed and has quali- beginning. ~'S~N~E~'~"" Service, having for its ob~ect the disposi- filed in the above entitled Court by nerpost, due West l~0 feet to the point fled as adminlstratrix of the estate of ......... lion of the saxd BABY BOY COLWELL THERESA M. THORNTON, Paternal Nashington nf bnglnning', thence, due South 12 o~,-,,~, Kingt~oun~y, wasmng~on and his permanent custody and control, Grandmother, having for its objoct the Optometric Assn. feet', thence, due West 40 feet; thence personsAUSten LeROYhavingDUnbar,elaimsDeceased;against saidthgtde-all oz, t,x~ON III. This ordinance shall it appearing from the said petition that disposition of the said WENDY LEE SI V|CI S AVAILABLE due North 40 feet, thence due East 40 ROBERT A MORRIS ceased are hereby required to serve the be in full force and effect five days . , you the Presumptive Father of said child PETERSON and her permanent custody feet; thence, due South 28 feet to the afterlicattonitS passage, approval and pub. ClerkofBoard ~ave deserted him. and control, it appearing from the said • ~e Exar~ln~;on$ point of beginning. same duly verified oo said edministra- petition that you, the Mother ofs&id child triXdressorbelowher attorneYstated and°f filerec°rdthe sameat thewithad- • By:Ralph R. Slender, Deputy Said petition will be heard on the 25th have deserted her, • Prescription Hear|n9 Any person desiring to bid on such the Clerk of said' Court, together with " day of JUNE, 1963, at the hour of 1:30 lease should submit the same at the Passed this 3rd day of June, 1963. Published in the lssaquah Press June o'clock P.M., at the King County Juvenile ~ Said petition will be heard on the 2rid Glasses ebove-mentioned time and place. proof of such service within six months Approved:J.W. FLINTOFT, 6and 13, IS~3. Court, 1211E. Alder, Seattle: Washington, day of July, 1963, at the hour of 1:30 after the date of first publication of this Mayor before the Judge of the aoove entitlea o'clock P.M., at the King Cnunty Juvenile • Contact Lenses No bids of any bidder who is subioct to notice, or the same will be barred. Attest: Doris MeGinn Court, at which time you ere directed to Court, 1211 E. Alder, Seattle, Washington, the legal disabilities of aliens will be CitvClerk ' appear and answer the said petition, or before the Judge of the above entitled • Prescription of considered. Date offlrst publication May 30, 19~3. _ CARD OF THANKS action will be taken by the above entitled Court, such as shall appear to be for the ex Court, such as shall a ear to be for the welfare of the said WENDY LEEPETER- Lenses The Board reserves the right to reject AnnaE. Dunbar Approved as to form: Words cannot adequately - welfare ofthe said BA~BOYCOLWELL. SON). any and all bids. AdministratrixofsaidEstate. .WaltCurnutt_.. press our deep apprecia ionfor Dgtedthisgthda"ofMAY * odern Eye Wear P. O. Box 277,Address 13030 Sunset Highway' At:~::h:: C~tYtlssaquah' Wesh. he Iasaquah Press ~I~BT~ck~; ~0 ~UGSv$ ~Ph~ih~~C NoORNMAN:I~IDDELL, Dated this 16th day of May, t--.NORMAN R. RIDDELL, • Repa;rs And 13th day of May, DATED at Sealtle, Weshington, this1963. WalterE. Curuutt June6,1963. of our recent vere • • , CountyClerk Adustmen s COMMISSIoNERsBOARDOFCOUNTY Attorney for Estate, and Mrs. R. A. Wentz By MARY E. HOWARD, By MARY E. HOWARD FRIDAY EVI~NINGS EY King county, Washington 18020 Sunset Highway ! CLUB RAISES MONEY Deputy Clerk. Deputy Clerk. P.O. BOX 27?, Issaquah, Washington Overda/e Park women hsd a Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Lee APPOINTMENT ROBERTA. MORRIS, Published in the Issaquah Press May party May 28 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bergsma (Seal) (Seal) BELLEVUENoxt tO TheSQUARETheatre ClerkofBoard 30,JuneSand 13,1963. Mrs. Robert Johnson andraised Miss Ida Reuter Dateoffirstpublicetion, May23, 1963. Dale of first publicatinn, May 30, 1{163. By:Ralph RStender, Deputy Mrs. Hollts Towne Published in the Issaquah Press May 23, Published in the Issaquah Press May Published in the Issequah Press May Ciub.$15for the Overdale Community Mrs. Frank Ford 30 and June 6, 1963. 30. June S and 1~, IIM& ,, ,t 23, 30. and June 6 and 13, 1983.