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840 Legals 840 Lecjals 840 Legals 840 C, g01, 840 L, gai, 840 Legals Thursday, Nov. 7, 1963 Issaquah Press 7 LEGALNOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE YOU ARE.ERERY SUMMONED LEGAL NOTICE and, of Pearson's Tracts .nre By Ralph R Slender, Deputy 840 Le9ols 840 Legols No. 1-45-2 - King County No. 145-3 - King County No. 1-44-4 - King County TO appear within sixty (60) days No. !-44.7 - King County corded, thence northerly ap- Published October 31 and Novem-' COMMISSIONERS' COMMISSIONERS' IN THE SUPERIOR COURT after the date of the first publiea, proximately 110' plus or minus bet 7, 1963, in the Issaquah Press. said point also being on the NOTICE OF HEARING NOTICE OF HEARING OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTONtlon of this SummonS, to wit, within COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE OF and ending at the State of Wash- North-South Centerline of See. By: Ralph R. Slender IS HEREBY GIVEN that NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that IN AND FOR THE sixty (60) days after the 31st day of HEARING ington Highway Department Deputy hearing will be held by the a public hearing will be held by the COUNTY OF KING October, 1963, and defend the above IN THE MATTER OF THE VACA- right of way. The remainder of LEGAL NOTICE 27, Twp. 23 N.R. 4 E W. M., a County Commissioners .of Board of County Commissioners of JUVENILE COURT entitled action in the above entitled TION OF A PORTION OF SPUR said lots 3 and 4 of Pearson'sNo. !-4A.6- King County Northdistance¼ corner°f 1302.62of said ft. frOmsec, the27, emberPUblishedy, 1963,Oct°herin the31 andlssaquahNOV- unty, Washington, in its King County, Washington, in its of- CaseNo. 29139 court, and answer the complaint of DRIVE IN THE BOTHELL V1CIN- Tracts, unrecorded, after the COMMISSIONERS' thence in a northerly direction Pre~s. 2 King County Courthouse, rice 402 King County Courthouse, NOTICE the plaintiff and serve a copy of State of Washington Highway Washington, on the 18th Seattle, Washington, on the 18th In the Matter of the Welfare of your answer upon the undersigned ITY, PETITIONED FOR BY NOTICE OF HEARING a distance of 1302.62 ft. to a ter- ~ THOMAS DOLAN AND LENNART right of way is taken out, are )vember, 1963, at 9:30 A.M., day of November, 1963, atD:30A.M., LEEETTERMcCLINE. attorney for plaintiff at his office WIDTH, ANDOTHERS also designated asTax Lots250 NOTICE OF HEARING minus at the North ¼cornerof NOTICE OF PURLIC HEARING purpose of determining for the purpose of determining To THEODORE THROWER, St. below stated; and in ease of your and 255. The whole distance be- IN TItE MATTER OF THE LOCA- said Sec. 27, said terminus also The Planning Commission of the ar not an emergency appro- whether or not an emergency ap- and to JAMES McCLINE, Possible failure so to do, judgment will be NOTICE OF HEAR1NG being the intersection of S. City of lssaquah, County of King, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, thating about 275 feet, said road TION AND ESTABLISHMENT 160th St. State of Washington, will hold a shall be made in the sum propriation shall be made in the Presumptive Fathers; and to all rendered against you in accord- the petition of Thomas Dolan and being numbered Spur Drive.OF 42NDAVENUE S.(MILITARY koo for the King County sumof$1,545.oo forthe KingCounty whomitmayconcern: once with the prayer of the plain- Lennart Width, and others, for the NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, ROADTOS. looTHST.) 130262Ft. equals 0.25 Mile public hearing on the conditional use request of Marvin Mohl of lots ', at which time any tax- Coroner, at which time any taxpayer You are hereby notified that on lift's complaint, wldldlwill bftled vacation ofa portion of Spur Drive thatthe25thdayofNovember, 1963, NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN, that NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, 3,4,5and 6ofBlock7, except west- King County may appear of King County may appear and be the 8th day of AUGUST, 1963, a in the office of the Clerk wr said in the Bothell vicinity has been at the hour of 9:30 AM., in the of- card for or against such an heard for or against such an expen- petition was filed in the above on- court, filed in the office of the Board of lice of the Board of County Corn- the 25th day of November, 1963, that all persons interested may ap- erly loo feet of said lots, of Herbert at the hour of 9:30 A.M., in the pear and be heard at such hearing S. Upper's Second Addition to Issa- [iture for said purpose, diture for said purpose, titled Court by MARGARET HILTON, That this action i| an action for County Commissioners of King missioners, 402 King County Court- office of the Board of County Corn upon such report and upon the es- quah, for dwelling units and a pub- ',D at Seattle, Washington, DATED at Seattle, Washington, Caseworker, State Dep't. of Public d41)v.orce pursuantto R.C.W. 26.08.020 County Washington, said road to be house, Seattle, Washington, has missioners, Seattle, Washington, tablishment of such road. lic swimming pool and commercial LdayofOctober, 1963. this21stdayofOctober, 1963. Assistance, having for its object DATED at Seattle, Washington, recreation area. Hearing will be ~OEUR~TY BOARD OF COUNTY the disposition of the said LEE I)ateoffirstpublication:October vacated being described in said been set for the hearing on said pe- has been fixed as the time and petition as follows: tition and the consideration there- place for hearing upon the estab- this 21st day of October, 1963. held at the hour of 6 pm in the COMMISSIONERS ETTER McCLINE and her perman- 31, 1963. Commencing at the State of of. lishment of 42nd Avenue S (Mill- 1 BOARD OFCOUNTY Council Chambers in the Issaquah , Washington King County, Washington ent custody and control, it appear- KEITH M. CALLOW Washington Highway Depart- DATED at Seattle, Washington~ tary Road to S. 160th St.), the ter- COMMISSIONERS City Hall, November 13, 1963. ROBERT A. MORRIS, ing from the said petition that you, Attorney for Plaintiffment right of way on the south this 21st day of October, 1963. mini, general course and width of lssaquah Planning Clerk of Board the Possible Presumptive Fathers 15th Floor Hege Building edge of Lot 4 of Pearson's Tracts BOARD OF COUNTY which, as recommended in such KING COUNTY c Ralph R. Stender, By: Ralph R. Stender, of said child have deserted her. Seattle 4, Washington unrecorded in the N.W. quarter COMMISSIONERS report, being as follows: WASHINGTON Deputy Said petition will be heard on the Published in the Issaquah Press (¼) of section 8, township 26,King County, Washington RESOLUTION NO. 26735 3rd day of DECEMBER, 1963, at the October 31, November 7, 14, 21, 28, North, Range 5, running thence ROBERT A. MORRIS, Commencing at a point on the ROBERT A. MORRIS the Board of Couuty WHEREAS, the Board of County hourofl:15o'clockP.M, attheKing andDeeember5,19B3, easterly, the South 40' of Lots 3 ClerkofBoard eenterline of Military Road, ClerkofBoard Ssiuners of King County, Commissioners, of King County, County Juvenile Court, 1211 E. have been advised thatWashington, have been advised by Alder, Seattle, Washington, before a deficit in the Budget of the King County Coroner that there the Judge of the above entitled Road Engineer un- is a deficit in the Salaries and Wages Court, at which time you are direct- category of Operation and section of his budget, anded to appear and answer the said mnce, and WHEREAS, at the time of the petition, or action will be taken by at the time of the making of the Budget for 1963 it the above entitled Court, such as of the Budget for 1963, it was not known the exact amount that shall appear to be for the welfare known the exact amount would be needed in the "Patholo- of the said LEE ETTER MeCLINE. be needed for the En- gist as needed" section of the CorD- Dated this 17th day of OCTOBER, Budget, thereby creating a ner's Budget, thereby creating a 1963. that was unforeseen at situation that was unforeseen at NORMAN R. RIDDELL, ~, now, therefore, that time, now, therefore, County Clerk RESOLVED by the Board BE IT RESOLVED by the Board By MARY E. HOWARD, ~ommissioners, of King of County Commissioners, of King Deputy Clerk. that a public County, Washington, that a public (Seal) exists which could notemergency exists which could not Published in the lssaquah Press have been foreseen at reasonably have been foreseen at October 31, November 7 and 14, of the making of the Bud- the time of the making of the Bud- 1963. 1963 which requires the ex- get for 1963 which requires the ex- of funds from the 1963penditure of funds from the 1963 in addition to the sums pro- Budget in addition to the sums pro- therein for the following vided for therein for the following items, for the purposes budget items for the purposes here- specified and in the follow- in specified, and in the following eific amounts to-wit: specific amounts to-wit: ND CURRENT EXPENSE FUND COUNTY ENGINEER CORONER Salaries and Wages Pathologists and Taxicnlogists rices Contractual as needed ($35.00 per day + $30.00 overdraw) $1,395.00 $180.00 Operation and Main- )hone 200.00 tenance 150.00 2. a Industrial Insurance 150.00 tion of a portion of South 1171h Place (Hawthorne St.) has been )lies and - Printed ~e Supplies Stationery ill appliances tools LEGAL NOTICE No. 1-44.9 - King County COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE OF HEARING IN THE MATTER OF THE VACA- TION OF A PORTION OF SOUTH ll7TH PLACE (HAWTHORNE ST.), PETITIONED FOR BY THE BLANCHE CORPORATION, AND OTHERS. NOTICE OF HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the petition of The Blanche Cor- poration, and others, for the vaca- a public hearing on the foregoing County, Washington, said road to $1,300.00 matter be held in the office of the be vacated being described in said Board of County Commissioners, in petition as follows: 2,000.00 the King County Courthouse, on the 13th day of November, 1963, at the 90.00 hour of 9:30 A.M., and the Clerk of -- the Board is authorized, empowered $3,390.00 and directed to cause Notice of $ 530.00 3,390.00 $530.00Total$1,545.~ filed in the office of the Board of BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that County Commissioners of King - $3,920.0O FURTHER RESOLVED that c hearing on the foregoing be held in the office of the of County Commissioners, in Courthouse, on the of November, 1963 at the f9:30 A.M., and the Clerk of is authorized, empowered Hearing to be published as pro- vided by law. PASSED this 21st day of October, 1963. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS King County, Washington ED MUNRO Chairman SCOTT WALLACE Commissioner JOHN T. O'BRIEN Commissioner Commencing at the Center line of 391h Avenue So., running thence between block 26 and block 29 and portion of vacated streets adjacent Bryn Mawr, and ending at West boundary of State Highway No. 5. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that the 25th day of November, 1963, at the hour of 9:30 A.M., in the office of the Board of County Commissioners, 402 King County Courthouse, Seattle, Washington, has been set for the hearing on said petition and the consideration thereof. DATED at Seattle, Washington, this 21st day of October, 1963. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS King County, Washington ROBERT A. MORRIS, Clerk of Board By: Ralph R. Stender, Deputy Published October 31 and Novem- ber 7, 1963, in the lssaquah Press. to cause Notice of ATTEST: I to be published as pro- ROBERT A. MORRIS ~" law. Clerk of the Board this 21st day of October, By RALPH R. STENDER Deputy INTY Published November 7, 1963 in the Issaquah Press. MUNRO ¢ 1~ , ~,(. [, .'r LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE No. 1-45.6 - King County NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT No. !-44-5 - King County IN THE SUPERIOR COURT )HN T. O'BRIEN NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the assessment roll for the improve- OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON Ill4 AND FQR THE ment of Utility Local Improve~aent District No. 7 Sylvia Pines Sewer COUNTY OF KING ['the Board District of King County, by the in- stallation of the completed distri- JUVENILE COURT R. STENDER bution sewer system, payable by Case No. 33140 November 7, 1963, in the mode of"Payment by Bonds" is NOTICE in my hands for collection, and any In the Matter of the Welfare of aah Press. assessment thereon or any portion WENDY LEETAGGART. --- " of any such assessment may be paid To RICHARD ALLEN TAGGART, LEGAL NOTICE at any time within thirty (30) days Father, Whereabouts Unknown; - King County from November 7, 1963 without pen- and to all whom it may concern: You are hereby notif0ed that on SUPERIORCOURTOFTHE ally interest or costs, and the un- &TE OF WASHINGTON paid balance, if any, may be paid in the 9th day of OCTOBER, 1963, a IN AND FOR THE fifteen (15) equal annual installments, petition was filed in the above en- COUNTY OF KING or the lien of any such assessment titled Court by GLORIA SUTTON, JUVENILE COURT may be discharged at any time after Caseworker, State Dep't. of Public Case No. 42642 the first thirty (30) days following Assistance, having for its object NOTICE November 7 1963 by paying the en- the disposition of the said WENDY E MATTER OF THE WEL- tire unpaid I~ortion thereof, with all LEE TAGGART and her permanent BOY LISH. penalties and costs attached togeth- custody and control, it appearing ~I RAY LISH, Pre- er with all interest thereon to date from the said petition that you, the Father; and to all whom of maturity of the installment there- Father of said child have deserted COncern: of next following due. The first in- her. 'e hereby notified that on stallment shall become due and Said petition will be heard on day of September, 1963, a payable during the thirty (30) day the 3rd day of DECEMBER, 1963, was filed in the above en- period suceeeding a date one year at the hour of 1:15 o'clock P.M., at urt by BRENDA BERNER, after November 7, 1963, and annually the King County Juvenile Court, ke:, State Department of thereafter each succeeding install- 1211 E. Alder, Seattle, Washington, ks dstance having for its ment shall become due andpayable before the Judge of the above en- le disposition of the said in like manner. If the whole or any titled Court, at which time you are LISH and his perma- portion of any assessment remain directed to appear and answer the , and control, it appear- unpaid after the first thirty (30) said petition, or action will be taken n the said petition that you, day period therein provided for, by the above entitled Court, such as shall appear to be for the welfare alive Father of said nterest upon the whole unpaid sum o-- shall be charged at the rate of s x fthe said WENDY LEE TAGGART. Petition will be heard on per cent (6) per annum, and each Dated this 17th day day of November, 1963, at year thereafter one of said install- of 1:15 o'clock P.M., at the ments, together with interest due 1963. NORMAN R. RIDDELL, mty Juvenile Court, 1211 E upon the whole of the unpaid bal- County Clerk Washington, before anee shall be collected. Any install- By MARY E. HOWARD, of the above entitled ment not paid prior to the expira- (Seal)Deputy Clerk" ~t which time you are direct- tion of the thirty (30) day period dur- and answer the said ing which such installment is due Published in the Issaquah Press 1, or action will be taken by and payable shall thereupon be- October 31, November 7 and 14, entitled Court, such as come delinquent. All delinquent 1963. Pear to be for the welfare of installments shall until paid, be LEGAL NOTICE BABY BOY LISH. subject to a charge of interest at No. !-44-8 - King County this 10th day of October, the rate of six per cent (6) per an- COMMISSIONERS'NOTICE OF hum with an additional charge of HEARING NORMAN R. RIDDELL, six (6) per cent penalty, levied upon IN THE MATTER OF THE VACA- COUNTY CLERK both principal and interest due TION OF A STRIP OF LAND 40 BYMARYE. HOWARD, upon such installment or install- FT. IN WIDTH, LYING BETWEEN Deputy Clerk. ments fromthedateofdelinquency. LOTS 1 & 2, BLOCK 1, AKERS The collection of such delinquent FARMS NO. 0 PETITIONED FOR publication, October installments will be enforced i theBY DONALD L. HENSON, AND manner provided by law. OTHERS. in the lssaquah Press A.A. TREMPER, NOTICEOFHEARING 31; November 7, 1963. County Treasurer NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that By R.S. Rossell, Deputy the petition of Donald L. Henson, ~ALNOTICE Date of first publication Novem- and others, for the vacation of a 1-43-4 - King County her 7, 1963; Date of second publica- Strip of Land 40 Ft. in width, lying IRTOFTHE tion November 14, 1963, in the Issa- between Lots 1 & 2, Block 1, Akers quah Press. Farms No. 6 has been filed in the office of the Board of County Com- missioners of King County, Wash- ington, said strip of land to be va- cated being described in said pe- tition as follows: A strip of land 40 feet in width lying between Lots 1 and 2, Block 1, Aker's Farms No. 6, according to the plat thereof recorded in Volume 42 of Plats, page 15, records of KingCounty, Washington, and lying north of the north line of Southeast 162nd Street, total length of road 321.75 feet. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that the 25th day of November, 1963, at the hour of 9:30 A.M., in the office of the Board of County Commissioners, 402 King County Courthouse, Seattle, Washington, has been set for the hearing on said petition and the consideration thereof. DATED at Seattle, Washington, 'this 21st day of October, 1963. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS King County, Washington ROBERT A. MORRIS, Clerk of Board By: Ralph R. Stender, Deputy Published October 31 and Novem- The Board reserves the right to bet 7, 1963, in the Issaquah Press. reject any and all bids. DATED at Seattle, Washington, INTHESUPERIORCOURToFTHE this 28th day of October, 1963. STATE OF WASHINGTON BOARD OF COUNTY FOR KING COUNTY COMMISSIONERS NO. 610762 King County, Washington SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION ROBERTA. MORRIS, EDWARD KRAEMER, Plaintiff, Clerk of Board vs. By: Ralph R. Slender, Deputy BETTY KRAEMER, Defendant Published November 7, 14 and 21, THE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO: 1963 in the Issaquah Press. BETTY KRAEMER, Defendant: IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF KING LEGAL NOTICE JUVENILE COURT No. 1-45-5 - King County Case No. 42643 COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE CALL FOR BIDS OF THE WEL- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that NOBLES. the Board of County Commissioners NOBLES, Presumptive of King County, Washington, will all whom it may con- meet in its office, 402 King County Courthouse, Seattle, Washington, hereby notified that on on the 2nd day of December, 1963, of September, 1963, a at 9:30 A.M. for the purpose of re- Was filed in the above ceiving bids to lease the following Court by BRENDA BER- described King County property for ;eworker, State Depart- a period of not to exceed five (5) Assistance, having years: ieet the disposition of the Office Space in the Administra- BOY NOBLES and his lion Building known as Room custody and control, it 117 and consisting of approxi- from the said petitionmately 300 square feet and Of- m presumptive Father of lice Space in the Administra- him. tion Building known as Rooms m will be heard on the121 and 123, consisting of 413 Y of November, 1963, at the square feet. 1:15 o'clock P.M., at the King MINIMUM BID: $2.50 per square Juvenile Court, 1211 E. foot Washington, before Any person desiring to bid on of the above entitled such lease should submit the same you are direct- at the above-mentioned time and and answer the said place. or action will be taken by No bid of any bidder who is sub- entitled Court, such as ject to the legal disabilities of aliens ear to be for the welfare of will be considered. BOY NOBLES. this 10th day of October, ORMAN R. RIDDELL, '.LERK MARY E. HOWARD, ¢ Clerk. mblication, October in the lssaquah Press, 31; November 7, 1963. Commission Velma Chevalier, Secretary Published October 31 and Novem. her 7, 1963, in the lssaquah Press. THE 1963 TEAM- LOOKING TO YOU FOR SUPPORT! WE SUPPORT THE INDIANS .... FUND RAISING CLAM CHOWDER DINNER SPONSORED BY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT BODY - FRI. NOV. 8th 6 to 7:30 P.M. HIGH SCHOOL CAFETORIUM BENEFIT HI ACTIVITIES FRIDAY, NOV. 8th 8 P.M. This Advertisement Sponsored By The Hometown Football Boosters Listed Below HIGH SCHOOL Alpha's Beauty Salon EX 2-3566 Bill Lawrence, Realtor EX 2-3700 Carlson's Kennels EX 2-3661 Issaquah Builders Supply EX 2-66 Rowley Agency EX 2-6407 Connie's Apparel EX 2-6271 Larry's Fuel EX 2-3113 Western Auto Store EX 2-3210 Fiesta Cafe EX 2-5253 Valley Pharmacy EX 2-6878 Grange Supply, Inc. 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