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Page 8 Cheney Free Press Fri@ay, August 14, 1964 WILDLIFE TRAGEDY--Two buck deer lost their lives in a maze of barbed wire recently on the Wayne Rueppel place, Route 1, Che- ney. Game department officials said it was unusual for two animals to die in this man- Dr. Attends Chem,stry Meet Dr. Roy K. Behm of Eastern Vashigton State College is attending a wo-week coafer- ence on colloid and macro- molecular chemistry at the University of Southern Cal- ifornia. Supported by the National Science Foundation, c0n&apos;fer- ence sessiors began Thursday (Atug 6) and will ,be concluded Aug. 21. Purpose of ,the program is to develop enthusian for col- loid arm macromolecu, lar chem- ner and urged farmers to clean up any fallen fence wire. The area where the deer were found had been burned over in the 1960 Tyler fire. Kenney Appointed 1Nine 00w'm T m , . . , , ......... ! .... 88... Moran. for t.ong.ress / Committee Cha,rmanLMembers Place Patrick L. Ken tneY, Pnnt a a I m I  " ent Spokane realtor, ,Ires bee A| MfilP. I lf_ appointed chairman of the " " "'w ==' Horan for Congress C(nnvait- Iine members of the Eas- tee, it was announced today, tern Washinlgton Recreation Kermy said, "I am deeply honored to have another op- p0rtunity to join with the ma- jority of people from Spokane axl the Fifth Cgresaioal District in working towards the re-election of our congress- man, We!= Herin. The people have placed their faith in Walt Herin during times of war, times of peace and during crucial days: His sound recmxi of accomplishment for us, I istry in the undergraduate curriculum, aceor@ing to Dr. befieve, merits our further sup- Robert D. Void of USC's chem- -rt " istry department, who is con- p • • ........  i Kenney is former president terence enalrman, rr0oems I , h  ta- T-,nior Chain • " terest " t .... po_ ..e -, - ef potential re, arch m _ ]ber of Commerce, immediate to the acvancea unaergrau-Iast president of the Optimist ates graduate studerts, or me- .%,,...n ......... ÷,h .a. u.ilSr members themselves will  h  Lilac Festival the Cn- be discussed, Prof. Vold re- zaga University Alumni Asso- ported. Adaptability of the subject matter to inxiuctary insuc. ti,on in the fundmnental con- cepts of analytical and phys- ical chemistry will be demon- strated. ciaton, the Cl,mber of C0m- merce convertion bureau and !he Realty Association. In Senator Strom Ther- mod's view: "The $3,000 standard fr 'poverty' means little... If a Social Secuty retiree earns enough to raise his income to $3,000, he lvses his Social Security. And if all wi,th incomes less than $3',000! are in 'poverty', by 'govern ment' definition, it seems con- tradictory that in 1963 the 'government' collected $3.54 hillion in personal income tax- es from the 4.1 m'flRon Amer- ican having incomes of less than $1,500• The fact ¢lt what is defined as 'poverty' in the U.S.--less flan $3,000 annual income--would be con- sidered a regal economic stat- us ,in many parts of the world is primarily due to our tmex- free enterprise system." David Lawrence writes in U. S. News and World Report: "Only 175 years after our fore- fathers ordained ,the Constitu- tion of the United States, the document has largely fallen into d:muse. Some of the chus- :es that silt remain in opera- tion are being given an inter- precation stretched far beyond their original meaning. We see an increasing power being ex- Association swim team scored a total of 37 team points at the second aanu Moses Lake A• A.U. swim meet in Moses Lake last weekend. Tom Stone was kigh point Qty of Cheney Legal publicati winner for the team with 2nd place in 1-meter diving, 2nd place in 3-meter diving and a 5th place in 200-meter individual medley for boys 11- 12. In the 10 and under age group, Ken Ra,don took 2nd pl,ace in 50-meter bckstroke and 4th place ,in 50-meter free- style while Bob Stone was 6th in 200-meter individual med- ley. Diana Cooley was the only ORDINANCE NO. F-33 An Ordinance ordering the paving and curbing of certain streets in the City of Cheney, Washington.; establish- ing a Local Improvement District; pro- viding for the payment of the cost there- of by the property within the bonn- daries herein described; and directing i the preparatior of an, assessment roll and the levy of special assessmen.ts for ! the benefits bestowed ui>or the 1)roperty 1 in, said district and the issuance of I Local Improvement District warrants to I pay the cost and expense of said ira-| provements and other experses incident thereto; and providing for the publi-[ cation of this Ordinance and its effective [ date. | The City Council of the City of Cheney | Do Ordain As Follows: SECTION 1 I The paving with asphaltic concrete ] plart mix and the construction of con-] crete curbing shall be done alon the| following streets situated in Range' ] Addition to Cheney in Spokane County, ] State of Washington,: | West Sixth Street from the West ]in,e | of Washington Street to the East line ] of Buena Vista Street; and ] Clover Street from the West line of Washinton Street to the East line of! Buena Vista Street ; and Buen Vista Street from the South line of Clover Street to the North tinge of West Sixth Street; and Lincoln Street from the N)rth line of West Fifth Street to the South line of Clover Street ; and Lincoln Street from the North llne of Clover Street to the k'outh line of West Sixth Street. That such other work be done as may be necessary in connection therewith according to the maps, plans, and ;i)cc- ifications prepared under the direction of the engineer for said City and on file in the office of the City Clerk, which said maps, plans, and specifica- tion's are hereby approved and adopted. SECTION 2 That the co of said improvement, including the necessary and incidental expenses, shall be berne by and assessed against the property included in the Local Improvement District herein- after established and deseribed and in accordance with law. The City of Che- ney shall not be liable in any manner for any portior of the cost or expense of said improvement, except insofar as the Guarantee Fund is concerned. SECrrION 3 There i.s hereby established a Local Improvement District to be designated as '*LOCAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 10" for the paving with asphaltic concrete plant mix and the corstruction of concrete curbing along the above streets, which includes all of the lots, tracts and parcels of land and other pro- perty found to be specially benefited by mid improvements, the territorial boun- daries of said Local Improvement Dis- trict being described as follows: Territorial Extent of Local Improvement District No. l0 Commencing at the northeast corner of Lot 1 in Block 2, Range's Addition to said City of Cheney; thence south along the east lines of Blocks 2. 3 and 9 of said Range's Addition to the south- east corner of Lot 1 in said Block 9 a thence west along the south lines of Lots 1, 2. 3, and 4 in said Block 9 to the southwest corner of said Lot 4 :hence south along the east line of Lot 8 iv# said Block 9 to the southeast cor- ner of said Lot 8; then(!e west along the south line of said Block 9 and of Block 8, said Range's Addition to the southwest corner of Lot 11 in said Block 8 ; thence north to the southwest corner of Lot 2 in said Block 8; therce west to the southwest corner of Lot 6 in, said Block 8; thence north to the southwest corner of Lot 7 in Block 4, said Range's Addition; thence west to that point on the south lioc of Lot 2• Block 1, Potlatch Addition to said City of Cheney, which point lies 50 feet west of the east line of said Lot 2; thence north parallel to the west line of Buena Vista Street to a point which winner in the girls' divisn lies 120 feet north of the north lire of the 11-12 age group with a of West Sixth Street; thence east paral- lel to the ,north llne of West Sixth 4th place in 100-Tneter brvast- stroke. In the boys' division three team memb,rs earned' their way into the finals of 100-me- ter backstroke. John Wadding- ton was 2nd, Mike Graves t0k 3vd and Dick Steiner was in 6th phce. John Waddirgton also won a 6th place in 50-me- ter backstroke. ercised by the judiciary over the ,other branches of the Fed- eral Government as the rights Training Course Needed For License Street to the northwest corner of Lot 3 in Block 1. said Range's Addition.; thence eas[ along the north liwes of said Blocks 1 and 2 to the place of beginning. SECTION 4 Special as.ssments, payable in eight equal annal instaliznents, ami bearing interest at a rate not in excess of six per centum (6%) per annum, shall be assessed to and levied utmn all of ¢he lots, tracts and parcels of lsnd and other property in' said District. all of which said lots. tracts and I)arcels of land and other property in said Distriot are specially benefited by said improve- ments. For the purpose of this improve- ment thcre is hereby created a special fund to be designated as the "Local of the sovereign states are Olympia, August 10: Young- gradually being extinguhed .. Our written Constitution, tablhed in 1789 and amend- ed in the intervenin'g years to meet changing conditions, is being deliberately disregarded, and the doctrine of confornity by coercion is being esp<msed I provement warrants provided for may not only by our so-called in- to effect in 1957, n,0 person 17 be sold hy the City of Cheney at public tell, evtual groups but by vote- ox under may purchase a hunt- or private sale at not less thar* their seeking ,politicians in our ing license without taking and 'great society'." successfully passing the min- imum 4-hour course. Courses are given by about lt;vAf00, t by dweeny sters under the ge of 18 ave] reminded by the State Game: Department that they must complete a 4-h, our trMning annum, lmyable as provided by law. In case said improvement is made by course in firearm safety in contract, said warrants shall be deliv- order to purchase a hunting ered to the contractor in, paymen, t of the contract price, or the City of Cheney may, license in Washington. at its election, sell said warrants and Under a taw which went in- make payment thereof in cash. The ira- MEDIEVAL JAPAN'S SAMUKAI WARRiOK CLAN WAS t'ROTECTED IN COMSAT r COLOKFUL AKMOUF !OF WO/EN LEATt4ER "THOKGS NTEKLACED WITH BRIGHT- SECTION 9 Upon the passage and approval of this Ordinance it shall be published once in the Cheney Free Press. a legal news- paper of the State of Washington, and of general circulation within, the City of Cheney, Washingtog. and being the official newspaper thereof; and this Ordinance shall take effect five days from and after the date of said pub- lication. Approved : Nnlan Brown, Mayor Chen, ey, Washington Attest : Roy Fos.% City Clerk By Rosins Fairbanks, his Deputy Ordinance introduced: August 11, 1964. Ordinance given its first reading: August, 11, 1964. Ordirance given its second reading: August ll, 1964. Ordinance given its third reading: August 11, 1964. Ordinance passed: August 11, 1964• Submitted unto me and approved as to form before passage: Merritt A. Johnson, Attorney for the City of Cheney, Wash- in, gton. (Aug. 14, 1964) this City• 1 SECTION That for the pUl'l)O , (>f paying lle cost and expense of said improvement there shall be issued by the City .f Cheney Local Improvement warrants to be styled "Local Improvement Warrants, District No. 10". and bearing interest at the rate of not in excess of 6% per ORDINANCE NO. F-34 An Ordinance ordering the paving an, t curbing of certain streets in the City of Cheney, Washington; establishing a Local Improvement District; providin for the payment of a portion of the cost thereof by the property within the boundaries herein described ; ami di- recting the pa, paration of an assess- ment roll and the levy of special assess- ments f,r the berefits bestowed upon the property in said district and the issuance of Local Improvement District warrants to pay the cost and expense of said improvements and other expens- es incident thereto; ad providing for the publication, of this Ordinance and its effective date• The City Council of the City of Che- ney Do Ordain As Follows: SECTION 1 The paving with asphaltic concrete plant mix to a width of 40 feet and the construction of concrete curbing shall be done along Second Street in (lla- way's Addition to the City of Cheney, Spokane County, Washington and in Callaway's Addition to Callaway's Ad- dttio to said City of Cheney, extending from the northeasterly line of Spokane Street to the westerly line of Primary State Highway No• 11. That such other work be done as may be necessary in eonnectior there- with according to the maps, plans, and specifications prepared under the direc- tion of the engineer for said City and on file in the office of the City Clerk, which said maps, plans, and specifica- tions are hereby approved and adopted. SECTION 2 That the cost of said improvement, including the recessary and incidental expenses, shall be borne by and assessed against the property included in the Local Improvement District hereimtfter established and described and in accord- ane with law, provided however, that the City of Cheney from its Arterial Street Fund shall pay the excess of the cost of said improvement above $17,000.00. Other than for the payment of such excess cost, the City of Cheney shall not be liable, in ant manner, for any portion of the cost or expense of said improvement, except insofar as the Guarantee Fund is concerned. SECTION, 3 That there is hereby established a Local Improvement District to be desig- nated as "LOCAL IMPROVEMENT DIS- TRICT NO• 11" for the paving and etrb- ing of the above street which said dis- trict ir,ludes all of the lots, tracts and parcels of land and other property frond to be specially benefited by said im- provements, the territorial boundaries of said District being described as fol- lows : Territorial Extent of Local Improvement District Ne. 11 Commencin at the interstection of he rortheasterly line of Spokane Street and the northwesterly line, extended, of the alley in Block 2, Callaway's Addition to said City of Cheney; thence northwes- terly along said northeasterly line of said Spokane Street to its intersectior* with the southwesterly line of Second Street; thence northwesterly to the most southerly corner of Lot 4 in Block 3 of said Callaway's Addition ; thence north along the east line of North Second Street to its intersection with the south- easterly line of the alley in Blocks 3, 4, 9 and 10 in said Callaway's Addition, [and along the southeasterly line of the I alley in Blocks 23, 27, art 36, in, said , Callaway's Addition to Callaway's Addi- tion, to the west line of Primary State Highway No. l l; thence southwesterly along the said west line of Primary State Highway No. 11 to its intersection, ith the southeasterly line of LOt 5 in Block 26, of said Callaway's Additior to Callaway's Addition : along the Improvement Fund of Local Improvement southeasterly line of said It 5 and Dstrict No-" 10" irate which" • shal- te along, the northwesterly line of the a ley • " " --'-^s ....  t.^_t._ ]n B ock 24 of said Callaway s Add,tn " •" " .' " - whe  ol'c "-] ::s}to Cailaway's. Addition. ,, and alon the ;Utnv°d((by aa"nd the rdi'an'.es ,;f I .... 'thwesterly li: of the alley in loeks 11, 8, 5, and 2. in, said Cailaway's Addi- tion, to the place of beginning. SECTION 4 Special assessments, payable in eight equal annual installments, and bearing imerest at a rate not in excess of :ix per centum (6%) per annum, shall be assessed to and levied upon all of the lots, tracts and parcels of land and olher property in said District are spec- ially benefited by said improvements• For the purpose of this improvement there is hereby created a special fur to be desigmated as the "Local Improve- ment Fund of Local Improvement Dis- trict No. 11" into which shall be paid the special assessments hereby author- ized as and when collected, as provided by law, and the ordinances of this Cty. SECTION 5 GORDIAN KNOT .t  OF MY il ' STRAI4D5 . ITS INTRICACY )[   IFFLED THE CNILIZED - I : WORLDOF330 B.C.UNTIL !. ,-'r., ALEXANDEK "[l'tEKEk L ETROK. 'I'BE BNITEP STA'r LEAPS Tt4 WORLb IN THE FOPL)CION OF HIPE LEATHrEg. MORE . , Ti4AN 30 MILLIOR HIPES AK  :" AVAILABLE IN A WIDE 5ELECTION OF COLOKS IR "IE FINEST T0V-GKA|N, LEATIEK S STAtN-EStSTANT, EASY "0 CLEAN. GoT A z,4vom r4cT? !,500 volunteer instructors throughout the state, and many give 8 and 10 hours of instruc- tion in safe gun handling and precautions to take when a- field. Some 119,000 yotmgsters have been graduated in Wash- ington since the safety pv0- gram began. Young persons intending to huat this fall who haven't passed the course are urged to sign up in their com- munity s0o 'as doves ad pigeons tffer the first hunt starting September 1, and the general hunting seasons open October 10. Medi(al Fadlities Coun(il To Meet The Washington State H0s- pRat and Medical Fadlties Advisory Cotmcil (Hill-Buon) sdll meet in t,he Public Helth Building, Olympia, Th.ray, September 10 1964, at 10 a.m. to discuss the 1965 State PLan for the pr0grmmg of a has- pital. and medical filities, Dr. Bernard Bucove, state health director, ammtmeed today. The Plan, revised ,anually, surveys all medical fac'fies throughout the state and de- termines community needs and priorities r dd/tional facil- ities Which may be flannel,ally assisted under terms of the federal HSll-Burton grant pro- gram. Hill.Burton funds may -cover up to40 per cert of c0nst.mc- don ,and equipvaent costs fr approved tmblic and nn-prof- it health projects. par value and accrued interest. In such event, the proceeds thereof shall be applied in payment of the cost and ex- pense of the improvement• The City of Cheney may incur reasonable expen, se for advertising in connection with the sale or attempted sale of said warrants. If said warrants be sold at public sale. notice thereof shall be published in the Cheney Free Press, the legal newspaper of the City of Cheney, Washington, and of general circulation therein, in the two issues next preceding the date of such sale, which notice shall peclfy the time and place of the sale. Said war- ra, shall be of the denomination of $500.00" each, except that one warrant may be of such sum less than $500.00 as may be necessary to make the issue correspond with the total amoun,t of special assessments levied as herein pro- i vldl; and the first of said Warrants[ may be for an amount equal to the That for the purpose of paying the cost and expence of said improvement there shall be issued by the City of Cheney Local Improvement rarrants to be styled "Local Improvement War- rants, District No. 11", and bearing interest at the rate of not in excess of 6% per antrum payable as provided by law. I case said improvement is made by contract, said warrants shall be de- livered to the contractor in lyment of the entract price, or the City of Che- ney may, at its election, sell said war- rants and maks lmymet thereof in I cash. The improvement warrants pro- vided for may be sold by the City of Cbeney at public or private sale at not less than their par value and accrued interest. In such event, the proceeds thereof shall be applied in payment of the cost and expense of the improve- ment. The City of Chetey may incur reasonable expense for advertising in amount of cash o hand in the fund connectioon with the sale or atempted from which the same is payable. Said sale of said warrants• If said warrants warrants shall be redeemable ondy out be sold at public sale, notice thereof of the Local Improvement Fund created shall he published in, the Cheney Free by this Ordinance and by the Local Ira- Press the legal newspaper of the City of provement Guarantee Fund of the City Cheney, Washington', and of general elf- created by Ordinance r.49, cutation therein, in the two issues next S EOTION 6 preceding the date of such sale, which The Clerk of the City of Cherey has notice shall specify the time and place hitherto been directed to advertise for of the sale. Said warrants shall be of bid for making said improvement: re- the denomination of $500.00 each, ex- servin'g to the City the right to reject cept that one warrant may be of such any and all bids. In case a satisfactory sum less than $500.00 as may be neces- bid is received and accepted the contract sary to make the issue correspond with of each improvement shall provide that the total amount of special assessments the same shall be completed in all things levied as herein provided ; and the first in accordan, ce with the plans and spec- of said warrarts may be for an amount ification for said improvement herein equal to the amount of cash or hand referred to and shall also provide that in the fund from which the same is the contractor mak ng the same shall payable. Said warrants shall be redeem- accept the warrants herein provided able only out of the Local Improvement for at par and accrued interest in pay- Fund created by this Ordinance and by ment of tbe cortract price for such the Local Improvement Guarantee nd work, to the extent of such Warrants, of the City created by Ordirmnce D-49. if the City shall so elect. In case no SECTION 6 satisfactory bid is received, said ira- The Clerk of the City of Oheney has provement shall be made by the City hitherto been directed to advertise for hy day labor, unless otherwise ordered bids for making said improvement, re- by the City Council. and Payment there- serving to the City the right to reject of shall be made by the issuance of said any and all bids. In case e, satisfactory Local Improvement Warrants, to be bid is received and accePted the con- redeemed as provided herein, and by tract of each improvement shall pro- general law. vide that the same shall be completed SECTION / in all things in accordance with the: No hid, acceptance of ant bid, oz' plans and specifications for said ira- contract, relating to said improvement, provement herein referred to, and shall shall be binding upon the City, until also provide that the contractor making tbe assessments herein provided for shall the same shall accept the warrants be confirmed by Ordinance• The City herein provided for at par and accrued shall not be under any obligation or i.erest in payment of the contract duty to confirm any assessment or ass- price for sucb work, to the extent of essment roll, and if, .f.or any reason, such warrants, if the City shall so elect. the same be not corflrmed, the bid, In case no satisfactory bid is received, acceptarce of bid, or contract, shall be said improvement shall be made by the l of no force or effect. If the work is City by day labor, unless otherwise or- let by contract, the City shall nt be dered by the City Council, and payment liable or responsible in any manner, thereof shall be made by the issuance except to account for the Local Improve- of said Local Improvement Warrants meat Warrarts and fund herein pro- to be redeemed as prey ded herein arid vided for, and except as to guarantee by general law. provided for in the Guarantee Fund SECTION 7 Ordinahce. No bid, acceptance of any bid. or con- SECTION 8 tract, relating to said improvement. That Clarence Simpson, tbe Engineer shall be binding upon the City, until for the Pity of Cheney, Washirton, the assessments herein provided for is hereby directed to prepare the assess. met roll. shall be conffirmed by Ordinance• The City shall not be under any obligation or duty to confirm any assessment OT as- sessment roll, and if, for any reason', the same be not confirmed, the bid, ac- ceptance of bid, or contract shall be of no force or effect• If the work is let by contract, the City shall not be liable or responsible in any maner, except to account for the Local Improvement Warrants and fend herein, provided for, and except as vo guarantee provided for in the Guarantee FUn4 Ordinance. SEC'rION 8 That Clarence Fimpson, the Engirmer for the City of Cheney, Washington, is hereby directed to prepare the assessment roll. SECrION 9 Upon the passage and approval of this Ordinance it shall be published once in the Chesty Free Press, a legal newspaper of the State of Washington, and of gen- eral circulation withir the City of Che- ney, Washington, and being the official newspaper thereof; and this Ordinance shall take effect five days from and after the date of said publication• Apt)roved : Nlan, Brown, Mayor, Cheney, Washington Attest: Roy Foss, City Clerk By Rosina Fairbanks, His Deputy Ordinance introduce<t: August 11, 1964. Ordinance given its first reading : Aug- ust 11, 1964. Ordinance given its second reading: August I1, 1964. Ordinance given its third :reading: Au.ast 11, 1964. Ordinance passed: August 11, 1964• Submitted unto me and approved as to form befoTe passage: Merrill A. Johnson Attorn,ey for the City of Cheney, Nashin,gton. (Aug. 14, 1964) ORDINANCE NO. F-32 An Ordinance ordering the paving and curbing of eertair streets in the City of Cheney, Washington ; establishing a Local Improvement District in unit divisions ; providing for the payment of a portion of the cost thereof by the property within the bourlaries herein described; and directing the prep- aration of an' assessment roll and the levy of special assessments for the bene- fits bestowed upon the property in said district and the issuance of Local Im- )rovement District warrants to pay the cost and expense of said improvements and other expenses inciden thereto ; and providing for the publication of this Ordinance and its effective date. The City Council of the City of Cheney Do Ordain As Follows: SECrrION 1 The paving with asphaltic concrete plant mix and the construction of cn- crete curbing shall be done along the following streets situated in The Addi- tion and in, the Second Addition to Che- ney in Spokane County, State of Wash- lngton : Unit 1 "J" Street in said additiozs to be paved to a width of 40 feet from the northwesteriy line of West Fifth Street to the southeasterly line of West Sixth Street. and "J" Street in said additions to be paved to a width of 50 feet from the northwesterly line of West Sixth Street to the southeasterly line of seventh Street. Unit 2 "K" Street in said addition to be paved to a width of 40 feet from the northwesterly line of West Fifth Street to the southeasterly line of West Sixth Street. That suci other work be done as may be necessary in connection therewith according to the maps, plans, and spec- ificatiors prepared under the direction of the engineer for said City and ow file in the office of the City Clerk, which said maps, plans, and specifica- tions are hereby approved and adopted. SECTION 2 That the cost of said improvement, including the necessary and ircidental expenses, shall be borne by and assessed against each unit of the property in- cluded in the Local Improvement Dis- trict hereinafter established and de- scribed and in, accordance wlth law, ,rovided however, that the City of Cheney from its Street Fund shall pay the ex- cess of the cost of paving said "J" Street to a width of 50 feet from the north- westerly line of West Sixth Street to the southeasterly line of Seventh Street over the cost of paving said portio of "J" Street to a width of 40 feet. Other than for the payment of such excess cost and I such amount as may be assessed against 'the City of Ceney for property owned two issues next preceding such sale, which notice shall time and place of the sale. shall be of the denomination' each, except that one of such sum less than be necessary to make the respond with the total amoU assessments levied as herein and the first of said for an amount equal to the cash on hand in the fund the same is payable• Said be redeemable only out of provement Furd created by ane and by the Local anise Fund of the City dinance D-49. SECTION 6 The Clerk of the City of hitherto been directed to bids for making said servirg to the City the any and all bids• In bid is received and tract of each vide that the same shall in all things in plans and specificatiors for meat herein referred to, provide that the contractor same shall accept the provided for at par in payzncn, t of the such work, to the extent rants, if the City shall so no satisfactory bid is provemen,t shall be made by day labor, unless by the City Cc.un<dl, and shall be made by the Local Improvement deemed as provided hereir eral law. SECTION 7 No bid, acceptance of contract, relatin,g to said shall be binding upon the assessments herein shall be confirmed by City shall not be under or duty to confirm any assessment roll, and if, for the same be ot acceptance of bid, or be of no force or effect. is let by contract, the be liable or except to account for the merit Warran,ts and vided for, and except as provided for in the dinance • SECTION 8 That Clarence Simpson for the City of Cheney, hereby directed to prepare', ment roll• SECTION 9 Upon the passage and this Ordinance it shall be in the Ceney Free paper of the State of of general circulation of Cheney, Washington, official newspaper dirance shall take effect : and after the date of Approved : Nolan Mayor of Cheney, Attest:Roy Foss, City By Rosina Fairbanks, his Ordinance introduced Ordirmnce given ust 11, 1964. Ordinance given its August 11, 1964. Ordinance given, its August 11, 1964. Ordinance passed : Submitted unto me to form before passage: Merritt A. Johnson City of Cheney, • (Aug. 14, by the City of Cheney, the City of Cheney shall not be liable in aly manner for ant portion of the cost or expense of said improvement, except insofar as "he Guarantee Fund is concerned. SECTION 3 That there is hereby established a Local Improvement District to be designated as "LOCAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 8" for the paving and curbing of and that at said hearing, the above streets, which said Distric cil will consider the NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT City of Cheney, of Washington.--ss :Notice is hereby sessment Roll for District No• 8 of the has been filed with the the City of Cheney Council ef the City of the 8th day of hour of 8:00 P. M•, on I the City Council at its bers i the City Light City of Ceney, as the date and hour on. said Assessment Notice is further sons whe may desire shall make their and file the same at or prior te the for said hearing, anl and place fixed for at times to which the adjourned, the City as a board of pose of considering will correct, revise, raiSe, or modify the roll or set aside the roll sessment to be made the conclusion thereof by ordinanee• By order of the City Roy Foss. City By : Rosina (Aug. shall be divided into two units and includes all of the lots, tracts and par- cels of land and other property found to be specially berfited by said im- prc'v(ments, the territorial boundaries of each unit heinig described as fellows: Territorial Extent of Unit 1 Commencing at the most southerly cor- ner of Lot 9 in Block 70, The Addition to said City of Chey,. thence north- westerly along the southwesterly lines of said Lot 9 and of Lot 4 in sat0 Block 79 ; thence continuing northwesterly NOTICE OF to a point on the northwesterly line Block 134 of The Second Addition the said City of Cheny, which point ]ie- 150 feet southwesterly from the most northerly corner of said Block 134 ; thence northeasterly along the northwester]. lines of said Block 134 and of Block 103, The Addition to the City of heney. to the most northerly corner of said Block 103; thence southeasterly along the northeasterly line of said Block 103 to the most easterly corner of said Block 103; thence southerly to the most northerly corner of Lot 2 in Block 69 of The Addition to said City of Chen,ey thence southeasterly along the north- easterlT lines of Lots 2 and 6 of said of City of Ceney, to of Washington.--ss Notice is hereby sesment Roll for District No. 10 of the has been filed with the City ef Cheney Council of the C%y of the 8th day of hour of 8:00 P. M., on the City Council at it hers ir the City Light City of Caeney, as the date and on' said Assessment Notice is further sons who may Block 69 to the southeasterly lin said Block 69 ; thence southwesterly along tbe northwesterly line of said Blocks 69 ant 70 to the place of begin- ing. Territorial Extent of Unit 2 Commencing at the most ea-terly cor- ner of Lot l0 tu said Block 70: thence northwesterly along the nrtheasterly lines of Lots I0 and 3 in said Block 70 to the most northerly corner of said of shall make their and file the same at or prior to the for said hearing, arl and place fixed :for at times to which adjournd, the City as a board of pose of considering and that at said cil will consider the Lot 3; thence southwesterly to the most will correct, revise. westerly corner of Lot 3 in Block 135, or modify the roll or Second Addition, to said City of Cheney; or set aside the roll thence southeasterly along the southwest, sessment to be erly lines of Lots 3 and 8 in said Block 135 to the most southerly corner of Lot 8 it* said Block 135 ; thence northeasterly along the southessterly lines of said Blocks 135 and 70 to the place of begin- ling. SECTIOI 4 Special assessments, payable in eight equal annual insfaiimerts, and bearing interest at a rate not in excess of ix per centum (6%) per annum, shall be assessed to and levied upon, all of the lots, tracts and parcels of land and other property in each unit in said Dis- trict, all of which said lots, tracts and parcels of land and other property in each undt in said District are specially benefited by said improvements. For the purpose of this improvemert there is hereby created a special fund to be desig- nate, as the "Local Imp .... ment Fund • Peal Improvement District No. 8" into which shall be paid the special sess- meats hereby authorized as and when. coil.cereal, as provided by law, and the ordmanves of this City. SECTION 5 That for the purpose of paying the cost and expense of each unit of said improvement there shall be issued by the C,ty of Cheney Local Improvement war- rants to be styled "Local Improvement Warrants, District No. 8", and bearing irterest at the rate of not in excess of 6% per anm, payable as provided by law. In case each unit of said improve- ment is made by centraet, said wax- ran4:s shall be delivered to the contractor in payment of the contract price, or the City of Cheney may, at its election, sell said warra r make payment --ereo m cash. The improvement war- rants provided for map be sold by the City of Cheney at public or private sale at not less than, their par value and accrued interest. In such event, the proceeds thereof shall be applied in pay- ment unit o f the cost and expert,s of each the improvement. Tbe City of Chen ey may incur reasonable eXpense for advertising in connection with the sale or attempted sale of said warrants. If said warrants be sold at public sale, no- tice thereof shl! be Published in the Cheney Free Press, the legal newspaper of the City of Cheney, Washington, and of general circulation therein, in the the conclusion thereOf by ordinance. By order of the Uity Roy Foss, City By: Rosins (Aug. NOTICE OF City of Cheney, of Washlngten.--ss Notice is hereby sessment Roll for District Number 11 of has been filed with the City of Cheney Council of the Gity the 8th day of hour of 8:00 P. M., the City Council at bers ir the City City of Ceney, as the date and on, said Assessment Notice is further sons who may desir shall make their and file the same at or prior to the for said hearing, and place fixed for at times to which adjourned, the City as a board of pose of eonsiderir and that at said cil will consider the will correct, revise, or modify the roll or or set aside the roll sessment to be made the conclusion by ordinance. By order of the City Roy Foss, C By : Rosina (Aug. 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