IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SPOKANESUMMONS BY PUBLICATION - GUARDIANSHIPSTATE OF WASHINGTON TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN AND TO:1. ANDREW THOMAS, parent of AVORY THOMAS-LAMERE, DOB 10/17/12, Guardianship Petition 14-7-01556-1, filed 6/2/14, and Adjudication of Dependency 7/22/132. JONATHAN SAMPSON, parent of CHIEF WHITE FEATHER SAMPSON, DOB 6/26/06, Guardianship Petition 14-7-01828-5, filed 8/11/14, and Adjudication of Dependency 3/17/143. JONATHAN SAMPSON, parent of JONATHAN SAMPSON, DOB 9/13/03, Guardianship Petition 14-7-01826-9, filed 8/11/14, and Adjudication of Dependency 3/17/144. JONATHAN SAMPSON, parent of HEAVENLY SAMPSON, DOB 5/23/01, Guardianship Petition 14-7-01827-7, filed 8/11/14, and Adjudication of Dependency 3/17/14You are given notice that a Petition for Guardianship was filed with this court, in which it is alleged that the conditions which originally caused an adjudication of the dependency continue to exist and that it is proper for this court to enter an Order of Guardianship.A hearing will be held on January 15, 2015 at 9:00 am at the Spokane County Juvenile Court, 1208 W Mallon Ave, Spokane, WA 99201-2091. YOU SHOULD BE PRESENT AT THIS HEARING.The purpose of the hearing is to hear and consider evidence on the petition. The petition, if granted, will result in establishment of Guardianship. You are SUMMONED TO APPEAR at the hearing at the time and place indicated.You have the right to talk to a lawyer and will not have to pay for one if you cannot afford it. A lawyer can look at the Social and Legal files in your case, talk to your caseworker, tell you about the law, help you understand your rights and help you at trial.TIMOTHY W. FITZGERALD, SPOKANE COUNTY CLERKBy GLENDA VOGT, DEPUTY CLERKSR28720

From Spokesman-Review on 12/19/2014 (374044)