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i: i! .! Cards of anks Legal Publications Legal Publications Legal Publications Card of Appreciation The kindness and sympathy of neighbors and friends in our recent sorrow will always remain with us as a precious memory. Our sincere thanks and gratitude for the flowers, donations to the Coronary Care Unit and all comforting acts. We would STATE LAND FOR LEASE Application Nos. 59674 & 59679 4 7 a n d 9 0 aicreSn of State-owned land Mason County for Christmas tree Harvest to be leased at public auction on June 2, 1971 at 10:00 a.m. at the Mason County Courthouse. The TIMBER SALE NATIONAL FOREST TIMBER FOR SALE, OLYMPIC NATIONAL FOREST, CAN. R. H5, 70, 1 SALE, located within T. 21 and 22N., R. 6W., and T. 21N., R. 7W., W.M., partially surveyed. Public notice is hereby given that pursuant to the COUNTY ROAD PROJECT No. 710 In the matter of C.R.P. No. 710 to be constructed on Mason County Road No. 1583 known locally as the Cole Road, and more specifically located in SWI/4 Section 33, Township 20 North, Range 3 West. especially like to thank the lease period is from ,June 2, 1971 provisions of Section 5 of Public IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED personnel at the Mason General to February 1, 1981. Copies ofLaw 273, 78th Congress (58 Stat. BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY Hospital for their kindness andthe leases containing all 132-16, U.S.C.A. 583-583i), and COMMISSIONERS that it istheir care:rhe Harry Calkins requirements is posted at thethe Cooperative Agreement forintention to widen 0.3 mile and FamilY5/13 Department of Natural Resources the Management of the improve Railroad approach. District in Shelton, the County Participating Forest Properties in Principal quantities are: Auditor's office and the office of the Shelton Cooperative Clearing & Grubbing 0.5 Acre the Commissioner of Public Sustained Yield Unit entered into Roadway Excavation 1,000 c.y. Legal Publications SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION NO. ! 0764 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY. PHILLIPS INVESTMENT CO., a Washington Corporation, Plaintiff vs. JAMES A. WlLLIAMSON and MARY LOU WILLIAMSN, his wife, Defendants. The State of Washington to the said James A. Williamson and Mary Lou Williamson, his wife, and all other persons or parties unknown claiming any right, title, estate, lien or interest in the real estate described in the complaint herein, Defendants: You, and each of you, are hereby summoned to appear within sixty (60) days after the date of thef tirs publication of this summons, to wit, within sixty (60) days after the thirteenth of May 1971 and defend the above-entitled action in the superior court aforesaid and answer the complaint of the plaintiff and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned attorney for the plaintiff, at their office below stated; and, in case of your failure so to do, judgment wilt be rendered against you according to the demands of the complaint in this action which has been filed with the clerk of said court. The object of this action is to forfeit and extinguish a real estate contract dated April 18, 1964 wherein defendants are vendees and quiet title in plaintiff to real estate in Mason County, Washington, described as: Lot 20, Block 2, Plat of Trail's End Division No. 2, according to the recorded plat thereof in the office of the Auditor for said county and state, Vol. 5 of Plats, pages 60 to 67, both inclusive, including shorelands as shown on said plat and lying between the sidelines produced 50 feet from the line of ordinary high water, SUBJECT to easements, restrictions and reservations of record, against the claim of the defendants and any one of them. Malcolm J. Villecvik, Attorney for Plaintiff Office & Post Office Address: NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Shelton School District No. 309, Lands, Olympia. Bert L. Cole Commissioner of Public Lands P.O. Box 168 Olympia, Wa. 98501 5/13-1t NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Southside School District No. 42, Mason County, Washington. Pursuant to law, notice is hereby given that the School Directors of Southside School District No. 42 will hold a public hearing at Southside school at 7:30 p.m. on the 24th day.of May, 1971 for the following purpose: FIXING AND ADOPTING THE PRELIMINARY BUDGET OF SOUTHSIDE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 42 FOR THE FISCAL YEAR OF 1971-72. Any taxpayer may appear and be heard for or against any part of the budget. Charles L. Swenson Clerk School District No. 42 5/13-20-2t NOTICE TO CREDITORS NO. 4202 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY IN PROBATE. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF GLADYS O. ADAI R, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as the Personal Representative of the Estate of GLADYS O. ADAIR, deceased; that all persons having claims against said deceased are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on the undersigned or his attorney of record at the address below stated and file the same with the Clerk of the said court, together with proof of such service within four (4) months after the date of first publication of this notice or the same will be barred. Date of first publication: May 6, 1971. /s/Vincent J. Adair Personal Representative Glenn E. Correa Attorney for Estate Bell Building 121 South Fourth Street Shelton, Washington 5/6-13-20-3t NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING by and between the United States of America and the Simpson Timber Company, dated December 12, 1946, 9,700 M board feet of timber marked or otherwise designated for cutting will be sold to Simpson Timber Company, Seattle, Washington, on May 25, 1971. The minimum acceptable bid per M board feet is: Douglas-fir, $44.00; western hemlock and other coniferous species, $10.70. Additional deposit required for slash disposal is $1.88 per M board feet for all above species. In addition there is an unestimated volume of all spec- ies of hardwood which will be paid for at $1.00 per M board feet. In addition there is within the sale area an estimated 193 acres of all species logs subject to per-acre pricing which will be paid for at $16.92 per acre. All of the Alaska yellow cedar determined pursuant to public hearings to be surplus to needs of domestic users and processors is exempted from Domestic Processing. A total volume of 500 thousand board feet in addition to that which is surplus to needs of domestic users and processors as stated herein, if any, is exempted from Domestic Processing. If successful bidder notifies Forest Service prior to award that he will not export all or part of the exempted volume, the exempted volume in the contract will be adjusted accordingly, so that the uncommitted export exemptions may be assigned to one or more subsequent sales. Bidders are advised that violations of the Domestic Processing requirement constitute breach of contract and may result in contract cancellation or in refusal to award timber sales to the violator, or debarment or suspension from bidding on future timber sales. If requested by the State of Washington or by Grays Harbor or Mason Counties, or by any person deemed to have a reasonable interest in the proposed sale, or in its terms, a public hearing will be held in the office of the Forest Supervisor, Federal Building, Olympia, Washington, on the 14th day of May 1971 at 2:00 p.m., local time. Requests for public hearing will not be considered unless received in the office of the Forest Supervisor, Federal Building, Olympia, Washington, on or before May 5, 1971. Dated Gravel Base 350 c.y. Crushed Gravel top course 120 c.y. BST Class "A" 170 s.y. Culv. Pipe 80 I;f. and that said work is to be performed by (day labor) in accordance with the Washington State Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction as adopted by Mason County. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the above described County Road Project is necessary and proper, and the estimated costs of said project are herewith set out in detail as follows: Engineering $200.00 Road Construction $5,500.00 TOTAL $5,700.00 The County Road Project herein described is HEREBY DECLARED to be a public necessity, and the County Road Engineer is HEREBY ORDERED AND AUTHORIZED to report and proceed thereon as by law provided. ADOPTED this 10th day of May, 1971. Board of County Commissioners of Mason County, Washington William O. Hunter Chairman Martin Auseth John Bariekman Attest: Ruth E. Boysen Clerk of the Board 5/13-1t NOTICE TO CREDITORS NO. 4198 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY. In the Matter of the Estate of ALFREDA J. KOENIG Deceased. The undersigned is the appointed and qualified personal representative of said estate. Persons having claims against the deceased are required to serve the same in duplicate, duly verified, on the undersigned or the attorney of record at the address stated below and file the same with the Clerk of this Court, together with proof of such service within four months after May 6, 1971, or the same will be forever barred. Reinhold R. Koenig P. O. Box 61 Hoodsport, Washington 98548 Robert L. Snyder April 15, 1971. Wynne M. Maule,Attorney for Estate Forest Supervisor, Olympic 1251/z N. 5th on, Wa ington 98584 National Forest.4/22.29_5/6.13.4t ~ ~ 5/6-13-20-3t Notice is hereby given that NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Shelton, Washington. the Shelton City Commission will N O T 1C E I S H E R E B Y Pursuant to law, notice is hold a public hearing at 7:30 p.m. GIVEN: That the Board of hereby given that the School May 18, 1971 at the CommissionNOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE Directors of SHELTON SCHOOL Room in the City Hall, on the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN County Commissioners of Mason that the undersigned trustee will County, Washington, will hold a DISTRICT NO. 309 will hold a recommendations of the Planning on May 14, 1971, at the hour of public hearing in their office at public hearing in said School Commission for the changes of District at EVERGREEN the Comprehensive Plan. 10:00 oclock, a.m., at Front the County Courthouse in SCHOOL LIBRARY at 8:00 Helen Stodden Door, 1st Floor, Main lobby, of Shelton, at the hour of 11:00 p.m., on the 25th day of May, Clerk-Treasurer Mason County Courthouse, in the a.m., Monday, May 17, 1971, for the purpose of discussing the C ity of Shelton, State of proposed annexation of: 1971, for the following purpose: 5/6-13-2t Washington, sell at public auction FIXING AND ADOPTING THE PRELIMINARY BUDGET OF to the highest bidder, payable at A portion of Section 27, and all SHELTON SCHOOL DISTRICT SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION the time of sale, the following of Section 28, Township 21 described real property, situated North, Range 2 West, W.M., NO. 309 FOR THE FISCAL NO.10744 in the County of Mason, State of Mason County, Washington to YEAR 1971-72. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF Washington, to-wit: Fire Protection District No. 3. Any taxpayer may appear and THE STATE OF WASHINGTON Lot 123 of Lake Cushman No. 4 F U R T H E R, t h at a n y be heard for or against any part of FOR MASON COUNTY. as recorded in Volume 6 of Plats, interested person may appear at the budget. JANET MILLECHEK, Plaintiff, page 159, in Mason County, the Hearing to be heard either for A copy of the Preliminary vs. JACK D. MILLECHEK, Washington. or against the proposed Budget will be furnishedany Defendant. EXCEPT those portions Annexation. taxpayer upon request. THE STATE OF WASHINGTON thereof heretofore reconveyed, DATED this 11th day of May, Louis R. Grinnell t o t h e s a i d J A C KD. described as follows: None which 1971. Secretary MILLECHEK, Defendant: is described in that certain deedB o a r d o f C o u n t y By order of the Board of Y O U A R E H E R E B Y of trust dated September 6, 1967,Commissioners of Mason Directors of Shelton School SUMMONED to appear within recorded September 8, 1967, in County, Washington. District No. 309 sixty (60) days after the date of Volume ( ) of Mortgages, at By Ruth E. Boysen 5/13-20-2t the first publication of this page ( ) under Auditor's File Auditor& Clerk ~+.- Summons, to-wit: within sixty No. 229014, Mortgage records of of the Board 5/13 It (60) days after the 15th day of Mason County, Washington, from - NOTICE TO CREDITORS April, 1971, and defend the Andrew J. Karpack & Catherine J. NO. 4204 above-entitled action in the Karpack as Grantor, to IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF above-entitled Court, and answer Transamerica Title Ins. Co., as THE STATE OF WASHINGTON the Complaint of the plaintiff and Trustee, to secure an obligation in NOTICE TO CREDITORS FOR MASON COUNTY. serve a copy of your answer upon favor of Pacific National Bank of NO. 4203 In the Matter of the Estate of the undersigned attorney for,Washington, as Beneficiary. THE SUPERIOR COURT OF LOUIS RITZSCHKE, Deceased. plaintiff at his office below No action is now pending to WASHINGTON FOR MASON T he undersigned is the stated; and in case of your failure seek satisfaction of the obligation COUNTY. appointed and qualified personal so to do, judgment will be in any Superior Court by reason IN THE MATTER OF THE representative of said estate, rendered against you accordingto of the grantor's default on theESTATE OF ESTELLA F. Persons having claims against the the demand of the Complaint, obligations or covenants secured VLHAITES, Deceased. deceased are required to serve the which has been filed with theby said deed of trust, which NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN same in duplicate, duly verified, Clerk of said Court. default is described as follows: that the undersigned has been on the undersigned or the The object of the Failure to make monthly appointed and has qualified as attorney ofrecordattheaddress above-entitled action is for a installments of $50.00 personal representative of this stated below and file the samedivorce on the grounds of cruel commencing March 1, 1970. estate. Persons having claims with the Clerk of this Court, treatment. Failure to pay when due theagainst the deceased are required together with proof of such Glenn E. Correa following amounts which are now to serve the same, duly verified, service within four months after Attorney for Plaintiff in arrears: on the undersigned or the May 13, 1971, or the same will be Office and Post Office Address: Monthly payments $550.00 attorney of record at the address forever barred. 121 S. 4th Street Late charges 10.00 stated below and file the same Louis James Ritzschke Shelton, Washington Rt. 5, Box 677 4/15-22-29-5/6-13-20-6t Total $560.00 with the Clerk Of this court, /ne sum now owing on the together with proof of such Shelton, Washington 98584 ..... obligation secured by the deed of service within four months after Robert L. Snyder trust is $2686.42 plus interest and May 6, 1971, or the same will be Attorney for Estate NOTICE TO CREDITORS such other costs and fees as are forever barred. 125 N. 5th No. 4201 provided by statute. /s/Sam Vlhaites. Shelton, Washington 98584 The above described real Personal Representative 5/13-20-27-3tIN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF property will be sold to satisfy John C, Ragan THE STATE OF WASHINGTON the expense of sale, and the Attorney for Estate FOR MASON COUNTY IN obligation secured by said deed of Title Insurance Building NOTICE OF GROUND PROBATE. trust as provided by statute. Said 122 Railroad Avenue WATER RIGHT IN THE MATTER OF THE sale will be made without Shelton, Washington 98584 APPLICATION ESTATE OF IRENE A. warranty, express or implied, 5/6-13-20-3t No. 11752 BRYDON, Deceased. regarding title, possession or STATE OF WASHINGTON NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN encumbrances. DEPARTMENT OF ECOLOGY, that the undersigned has been Dated this 8th day of SUMMONS BYPUBLICATION OLYMPIA. appointed and has qualified as the January, 1971. TAKE NOTICE: Personal Representative of the NO. 10738 That OAK PARK INC. of Estate of IRENE A. BRYDON, /s/Kenneth G. Burrows Shetton, Washington on April 2, deceased; that all persons having Trustee IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF 1971 filed application for Permit claims against said deceased are by Kenneth G. BurrowsTHE STATE OF WASHINGTON to withdraw public ground waters hereby required to serve the same, STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY. SHIRLEY HACKETT, Plaintiff, through a welt situated within duly verified, on the undersigned COUNTY OF PIERCE. vs. GAlL HACKETT, Defendant. NEV+NEI/4 of Section 6, Township or his attorney of record at theOn this day personally THE STATE OF WASHINGTON 20 N., Range 3W. W. M., in Mason address below stated and file the appeared before me Kenneth G.to the said GAlL ~ACKETT, County, in the amount of 250 same with the Clerk of the said Burrows to me known to be theDefendant: gallons per minute, subject to court, together with proof of such individual described in and who Y O U A R E H E R E B Y existing rights continuously, each service within four (4) months executed the within and foregoing SUMMONED to appear within year for the purpose of after the date of first publ cation instrument, and acknowledged sixty (60) days after the date of community domestic supply, of this notice or the same will be that he signed the same as his free the first publication of this Any objections must be barred. . . and voluntary act and deed, for Summons, to-wit: within sixty accompanied by a two dollars Date of first publication: May the uses and purposes therein(60) days after the 8th day of ($2.00) recording fee and filed 6,1971. mentioned. April, 1971, and defend the with the Department of Ecology /s/ George J. Brydon GIVEN under my hand and above-entitled action in the Personal Representative official seal this 8th day of above-entitled Court, and answer within thirty (30) days from May Glenn E. Correa 20, 1971. January, 1971. the complaint of the plaintiff, and Witness my hand and official Attorney for Estate Dolores A. Tulare serve a copy of your answer upon seal this 7th day of May, 1971. Bell Building Notary Public in and the undersigned attorney for Glen H. Fiedler 121 South Fourth Street for the State of Washington, plaintiff at his office below Department of Ecology Shelton, Washington residing at Tacoma stated; and in case of your failure 5/13-20-2t 5/6-13-20-3t 4/22-29-5/6-13-4t so to do, judgment will be Page 22 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, May 13. 1971 Legal Publications rendered against you according to the demand of the Complaint, which has been filed with the Clerk of said Court. The object of this action is for an annulment aOr in the alternative, for Decree of Divorce for cruel treatment. Glenn E. Correa Legal Publications notice is hereby gwen that pursuant to the provisions of Section 5 of Public Law 273, 78th Congress (58 Stat. 132-,16, U.S.C.A. 583-583i), and the Cooperative Agreement for the Management of the Participating Forest Properties in the Shelton Cooperative Sustained Yield Unit Legal Publications sDecies of hardwood which will be paid for at $1.00 per M hnard feet. A total volume of 100 thousand board feet in addition to that which is surplus to needs of domestic users and processors as stated herein, if any, is exempted from domestic processing. All of the Alaska Legal cancellation timber debarment bidding or req Washington or Mason person deer reasonable Attorney for Plaintiff entered into by and between theyellow cedar determined oursuantproposed sale, Office and Post office address:United States of America and the to public hearings to be surplus to public hearing Glenn E. Correa Simpson Timber Company, dated needs of domestic users and office of the Attorney atLaw December 12, 1946, 2,500 M processors is exempted from Federal Bui 121 S. 4th board feet of timber marked or Domestic Processinq. If successful Washington, Shelton, Washington 98584 otherwise designated for cutting bidder notifies Forest Service May 1971 4/8-15-22-29-5/6-13-6twill be sold to Simpson Timber prior to award that he will not time. Req~ Company, Seattle, Washington, export all or part of the exempted will not on May 24, 1971. This is a sale by volume, the exempted volume in received in amount. The minimum acceptable the contract will be adjusted F o rest TIMBER SALE bid per M board feet is: accordingly, so that the Building, N A T I O N A L F R EST Douglas-fir, $59.60; western uncommitted export exemptions on or befl TIMBER FOR SALE, OLYMPIC hemlock and other coniferous may be assigned to one or more April 15, 1! NATIONAL FOREST, BING species, $20.50. Additional subsequent sales. Bidders are Forest SALV 06, 70, 1 SALE, located deposit required for slash disposal advised that violations of the National within T. 21 and 22N., R. 6W., and is $4.49 per M board feet for all Domestic Processing requirement T . 2 2 N . , R . 5 W . , above species. In addition there is constitutes breach of contract and W~VI~, -partially surveyed. Public an unestimated volume of all may result in contract arty Rae worked hard to win the grand prize in the o subscription contest, but he relaxed this week long enough t t)rochure from the Flying Horseshoe Ranch near Cle Elum w.nen spend a week as the guest of the Journal. Twelve-veer-old Martv n$1 Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rae of Route 5, Box 106, Shelton. In ad'cliti week s stay at the ranch, he earned $96 in commissions selling renewal subscriptions to his home-town newspaper. The most successful in the Journal s history, adding 288 new I xormer total of 5,288.