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11, Stockmen Advised Legal Publication Tn DAmnve Bulk ORDINANCE NO. F-36 on [ ORDINANCE NO. F-35 my mmuav--,,- w=-m An Ordinance approving and rco  [ An Ordinance approving and confirm- I P dip ii firmin the .aes.sment ll o Ikva. [ing the assessmen roll of .Local .I.m: [ rAm [flw N Improvement D. lstrlct ot.n.Ortt-ln I provement District No. 8 lot tne PaV i aivinul VunNP INIVO ing and curbing of _. .-----:L. I and curbing of certain streets m .ne [ !o unde 0" .. " " ts theo| und OLn,nc N. "_r- t"ereo ac- I were reminded tlis week that lug and asng the amen e/ and asselng the amou. L .  ,  . , ln to the ber, eflts aganit th a" , o the efite against the sev: I It S abou time to remove beef several lots, tracts and sprcels o lnd eral lots tracts and percale ofiladsssanl bul,] from the cow herd. for pe to alt'es nd t  " " issuance of. revenue wa.rran., roPv of revenue warrants to pay the cost a h S practice wlU protect the cost and. expense o aail Ime of expense of said improve nen, and fx.mg sprin g heifer calve from be- rent, nn IlXlng T, Fle LtW   the date el issue o! asld revenue w- said revenue warrants and the rate of inrest thereon, and providing for the publication and effective date of esid ordinance. The City Council of the City of Cha- ncy do ordain as follows: Section I That the aeesments and Aasessmen#t PII of Local Improvement District No. I0 for the paving with aphaltie co.n- crete plant mix and the construction of concrete curbing along the follow- in treets in the City of Cheney, to- wit: West Sixth Street from the West line of Wahingtov Street to the East line of Buena Vista Street ; and Clover Street from the West llne of Washington Street to the East line of Buena Vista Street; and Buena Vista Street from the South! lin of Clover Street to the lgrth line of West Sixth Street ; and Lincoln Street from the North llne of rants and the rate of interest thereon, anti providing for the publication and ef- fective date of said ordinance. The Cty Cotmil of the City of Che- ney Do Ordain as Follows: SECTION 1 That the Assessments and Assessment Roll of Local Improvement District No. 8 for the paving with asphaltic concrete plant mix arid the construction of con- crete curbing of the following streets in the City of Cheney, to-wit: Unit 1 "J" Street in said additlo to be paved to a width of 40 feet from the northwesterly line of .West l'.fth Street to the southeasterly hn of Wes xzn 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 treet. Unit 2 ing bred before weang. Breeders of purebred cattle will ,a'lo find that it is good man.agement to separate buff calves rom heifer calves at the age of four months. T'is is a additional precaution to the removal of the herd bulls. Commerce_el cattlemen usaaly "steer" all male calves during the first month after they are i dropped. Some cattIemen lmve t mistaken belief they make money by leaving bu with the cow herd througu the More Game Legal Bag On Saturday With Washington bursters presently enjoying limited suc- cess in huntingtin, mourning doves and b,rd-tailed ligeous, several other species become legal targets Saturday. Hunting seasons on buck deer, ,mountadn goat, grouse, cbukar and Hungarian Part- ridge atl open in same portions of the state Saturday. Addition- al bear and rabbit seasons also open. Deer buyers are offered he Chance ta take a bck from Sept. 12-27 in a large avea in- cludirg Glacier Peak and throu, gh the North Cascades to the Canadian line, and a snm11- er region located bhetvceen Stev- ens and Sn0qu.mie passes, and reaching over to Mr. Stuart. Boundaries fo the Septem- ber North 0ascades deer ,hnt West Fifth Street to the South line of Clover Street ; end Lincoln Street from the North line of Clover Street to the south line of West Sixth Street; under Ordinance No. F-33 as the same now stand, be, and the same are here- by, in all things approved and con- firmed. Section 3 That each of the lots, tracts and parcels of land and other property shown upor said Roll is hereby declared to be specially benefited by said improve- ment in at least the amount charged against the same, and that the assess- merit appearing against each tot, tract or parcel of land and other property is in proportir to the several as- ments appearing upon said Roll. There is hereby levied and assessed against each such lot, tract and parcel of land, and other property described in' suid Roll, the amount finally charged against : the seine thereon.. Section 3 Said assessments shall become due and payable on the 1st day of Novem- ber, 1964, and thereafter shall bear interest at the rate of 5/ per centum per annum, payable armually, and all or any portion of any assessment may be paid withoout interest, penaly or costs at any time before the 1st day of November, 1964, provided, however, that in an" event all or ary portion of any assessment may be paid without interest, penalty or cts at al)y time within thirty days after the first pub- lication hy the City Treasurer of notice that the assessment roll is ir bin hands for collection, Any portion of any assessment not paid as aforesaid may be paid to the Pity Treasurer in eight equal annual installments, the first of which shall be due, payable and delin- quent on the 1st day of Novemher, 1964, and or the same day in each year there- after together with interest thereon on all installments thereafter, to become payable. All delinquent installments shall, until paid, be subject to an additional charge of 5% penalty levied upon both prin- cipal and interest from the due date of each installment. "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; under Ordinance No. F-32 as the same now stands, be, and the same are hereby, in all things approved and con- firmed. SECTION 2 That each of the lots, tracts and parcels of land and other property shown upon said Roll is hereby declared to be specially benefited by said improveme nt in' at least the amount charged against  the same, and that the assessmert ap-I peering against each lot, tract or parcel of land and other property is in pro- portion to the several assessments ap- pearing upon said Roll. There ishereb levied and assessed against each suc lot, tract and parcel of land, and other property described in said Roll, the e- mount finally charged against the same thereon. SECTION' 3 Said assessments shall become due and payable on the 1st day of Novem- ber, 1964, an4 thereafter shall hear in- terest at the rate of 5 per centum ler antrum, payable annually, and all or any portion of any assessment may be paid without interest, penalty or costs at an" time before the 1st day of No- vember, 1964, provided, however, that in any event all or any portior of ay assessment may be paid without interest penalty or costs at any time within thirty days after the first publication by the City Treasurer of notice that the assessment roll is i his hands for collection. Any portion of .ny ment not paid as aforsaid may be paid: to the City Treasurer in eight equal an- ' nual installments, the first of which shall be due, payable and delinquent on  the 1st day of November, 1.964, and on the same day each year thereafter, to- gether with interest thereon on all in- stallments thereafter to become payable. All delinquent installments shall, un- til paid, be subject to at* additional charge of 5% penalty levied upon both principal and interest from the due date of each installment. SECTION 4 The Revenue Warrants authorized by Section 4 Sectio 5 of Ordinance No. F-32 shall The Revenue Warrants authorized by l be issued and sold by the City to any Section 5 of Ordinance No. F-33 shall l available buyer on such date or dates be issued end sold by the City to any I hereafter as may be fixed by resolution available buyer or* such date or dates t of the City Council to secure funds with heresfter as may be fixed by resolution [ which to pay the contractor, and others, of the City Council to secure funds in cash as the costs and expense of the with which to pay the contractor, ] improvement are ircurred, and shall and others, in cash as the costs and ex- [ draw interest from date of issue until ponse of the improvement are incurred, [ they are redeemed. Said revenue war- and shall draw interest from date of ] rants shall bear interest at the rate of issue until they are redeemed. Said [ four and one-half (41/_,) per centum per annum. Said revenue warrants shall be revene warrants shall bear interest at issued i the sum of the price thereof the rate of four and one-half (4) per eentum per annum. Said revenue war- rants shall be issued in the sum of the price thereof which shall not ex- ceed the cost of the confcract, plus the estimated cost and expense of engin- eering and surveying, plus the estimated cost and expense of ascertaining owner- ship of the lots or parcels of land with the District, plus the estimated cost and expense of advertiing, mailing and pub- lishing the notices, plus the estimated cost and expense of accounting, clerical and labor and other costs incident to the improvement. Section 5 The City Clerk is hereby directed to certify ami transmit said Assessment Roll with his warrant for the coBection of the assessments fixed and set forth therein to the City Treasurer for cullec- tio. pursaart to law and the Ordinances of the City of Ceney, Washington.. Section 6 This Ordinance shall take effect five days after passage, approval and publi- cation. Introduced and passed this 8th day of of September. 1964. Approved by the Mayor this 8th day of eptember, 1964. Nolan Browr. Mayor Attest: Ror Foss. City Clerk Approved as to Form: Merritt A. Johnson,. City Attorney (Sept. 11, 1964) which shall not exceed the cost of the contract, plus the estimated cost and expanse of engineering and mlrveyirg, plus the estimated cost and expense of ascertainirg ownership of the lots or parcels of land with the District. plus the estimated cost and expee of adver- tisinw, mailing and publishing the no- tices plus the estimated coat and ex- pense of accounting, clerical and labor and other costs ircident to the improve- ment. SECTION 5 The City Clerk is hereby directed to certify and transmit said Assessment Roll with his warrant for the collection of the assessments fixed and set forth therein to the City Treasurer for col- lection, pursuant to law and the Ordi- nances of the City of Cheney, Washing- ton. SECTION 6 This Ordinance shall take effect five days after passage, approval and publi- cation. Introduced and passed this 8th day of September, 1964. Approved by the Mayor this 8th day of September, 1964. Nolan Brown. Mayor Attest : Roy Foss. City Clerk Approved as to form : Merritt A. Johnson. City Attorney Sept. 11, 1964) % summer and fall months, are described in the 1964 Rudy Setzter, Washirgton HutJng Season pamphlet. State University exterion live-i aailable free. from all hunting stock speciast, repoats t'lmt an,. fishing l-.-icense dealers. observations made in Waghing- Dung the same Seotember ton arid adjoining states  period lulnters successfulin be- that cows not settled wRhin ing drawn for one of the 970 ;he first three months of the breeding season should left dry and sent to the but- cher. On most Washington ranch- es, btflIs are trained in with the beef cow herd in May. Where this is the turn-ot date, tflls sloul, d be taken out in August o1" early September. Setzler says a recent check a few V,ashingto feedtots stocked with yelin,g heifers slmwed that almost one ou of 10 of these heifers trod been bred before weaning age. This represents  serious loss as le value of these 'heifers ks greatly reduced. WATCH THE CAKE otorists should avoid eat- inf heavy, fatty foods such as potatoes and cake before driv- ing. Medical authorities sg- gent such easily dSgested foods as loan meat, eggs and milk in order to prevent drewsess and sluggishness behind the wheel. Shop the easy way, Classifieds. Top of Sunset Hill On Highway 2 .......   SPECIALS Wiener Schnitzel Sauerbraten Vienna Steak Daily Luncheon SPECIAL 95 I1| Family Prices on Delicious Seafood Fried 01.cken Western Sandwich OTasty Ruben Sardwich Cafe may be reserved for your group dinners & meetings OPEN 6 A. M. - 10 P. M. CLOSED SNDAYS Hilltop Cafe ! weddzng. 'Ehe bride sent Art Point wedding tnvitationa. Make you wedding a suceu coo--send Art Point wed- dlng invicioa; you will be m glad you did. Gotae in an4 secxh, omple seI:don of wedding in- vimiom and wedding otks s/led fo you by A Point Studios," The Home of Weddings." $4.9 fo 100 and up; double envelopes; footaom no extra charge. permits, wil:l be stalkir.(g deg- narted high mun,tain areas in search of mountain goas. Grouse Season Set In 11 counties of the state, gouse hunters may begin shooting Saturday in a n which tasks until Nov. 15. The hunter is allowed to bag th,ree grouse a day and may mve rm more than six birds in posses- sion at any one time. Chukar and Huns open to hunting in the southeastern cotmties only Saturday in Aso- tin, Garfield, parts of Vvt- mn ,and Columb4a counties. Tlis season runs to the end of September. Bear seasons in western Washingtml, vh, ere m>t oened Jul, y 1, or ,on a year-round bas- is, open Saturrday. lor east- side counties the bear season opened Tuesday. Cottontail rabbRs seasons in western Wa,shin,gton, where not open year-round, open Sat- urday. Cottontails may not be shot in ca.stern Washinwtn un- til Oct 10, but snowshoe rabts became legal game on Sept. 8 in several east side counties. Any disease imnunty wlgch a baby gets frora its mother soon passes away. Injections of immunizing agents should be given promptly, especially for whooping cough. Gerald L. SALING State Representative 5th District Republican Paid for by: Charles Packard, Cheney, Wash. when your phone rings ... You May Receive $12 Dry Cleaning Card for only $3.95 This card will entitle you to $1.00 worth of free dry cleaning each month for the next 12 months. You will also receive a nice household item when the girl delivers your card. TO THE PEOPLE OF THE 5TH i AND TO MY CHENEY FRIENDS  I urge you to give your support W. L. (Bill) McCormick State Representative My attendance of all I'egislative sessions, specials, since 1951, has convinced me that Bill mick is the man we need. Paid f by STANLEY SPEAR, Re.Elect LOUIS BRU STATE SUPERINTENDENT ! (Non-partisan) LOUIS BRUNO'S RECORD Demonstrated fiscal responsibility Emphasized program improvement in the subjects go0dl Provided leadership for the establishment of ies in all schools Vitalized programs in mathematics, science and languages Stressed the importance of training for zenshlp and homemaking Promoted understanding of principles of Broadened programs for gifted and talented boy' Extended services for handicapped children Strengthened the guidance and counseling ularly with reference to occupations Strengthened community colleges and schools Stressed the importance of research in improving teaching OUR SCHOOLS DESERVE A MAN OF SUCH PROVEN LEADERSHIP! (Paid PoRtical Advertisement, Re-Elect I_xmis paign, John T. Hietata, Spokaae Courty, W. Ave., Ctmirman.) H0 There is no substitute for ex iiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiili!!!il KE PHONECS!47 / Dry CieanerScHENEq C A M P B E L i STATE REPRESENTATIVE ";'- i. ._:  :'. ,r ' " " " ," :1 ",: '.: - . - , ,  -i ..... " Consultants .-:,..r: :r,Ul..Str.ct  . Committee .of.  ' ' 'r " "' 20 years 0, 00Us,lc JUSTICE COURT JUDGE Mr. Marlin C. Monson Mrs. Ellen Heinemann: ':; Mr. Richard Russell Mrs. Ellen Cole " Mr. Pete J. Smith Mr. Ted Stahlborn Mr. Jerry W. Betz :-: Mr. Harry N. Hampton Mr. Herman N. Willms STATE REPRESENTATIVE, PTA TREASURER SCHOOL BOARD PRESIDENT : :i .! The former Committee of School .Consultants fee Is. unanimously, WORLD WAR !1 VETERAN KOREAN WAR VETERAN that this is a good building program and is worthy of support by all citi' zens of the school district. ! Fteel with ou omglhnea. Vk$1ok Gmey's ecce bo...0co, (Statement by Pete Smith) Campbell Supports Eastern State