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lUYIRG INCOME HIGH
Washington state leads all states
in the 1945 per capita net eflective
buying income according to Salsa
Management Survey, the Seattle
Chamber of Commerce reports.
The average income in Washing
ton state was estimated as 40 per
cent higher than the national per
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SINKS, TOILETS, LAVATORIES,
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115 First Ave. _ Phone 411
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LEAVING SERVICE
The Personnel Seperation Cen
ter at Bremerton announces that
the following men have recently
been discharged from the navy:
George H. Hansen, 31 /c, Route 1,
Kennewick; Charles F. Schermer,
Jr., Fl/c, 1304 Farnall, Richland;
and Roy S. Vaughn, Sl/c, 1409
Merril Court, Richland.
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Advertisement for Bids—Sealed
bids will be received by Wini
fred Campbell, City Clerk of the
City of Kennewick, Washington,
until 8:00 p.m., Pacific Standard
time, on the 6th day of August,
1946, at the City hall of said City
for the purchase by the City of
the following described motor ve
hicle. The City Council will open
the bids at said time and place and
the same will be publicly read
aloud. The description of the au
tomobile is as follows: One sedan
delivery unit to be used by the
City of- Kennewick Fire Depart
ment. Length of floor inside to
be approximately 80 inches. The
width of floor inside to be approx
imately 60 inches; height inside
approximately 45 inches; body
capacity 90 to 95 cubic feet; wheel
base, approximately 115 inches;
overall height not more than 70
inches. Price to include four 600
xl6 four ply t‘u-es; five curved disc
wheels; full tank of gasoline; oil,
oil filter, oil bath air cleaner, front
and rear bumper, windshield wip
er, mirrors, adjustable drivers'
seat, safety glass; also large rear
door opening; ~ independent rear
door lock; motor shall be 90 hp or
100 horse power unit. Each bid
shall be accompanied by a certi
fied check of $25.00 with a state.
ment that the same is to be for
;feited in case the bid is accepted
and delivery not made within 30
days from date bid is accepted.
The City of Kennewick reserves
the right to reject any or all bids
and to waive all formalities and to
cancel any award of bid if the ve
hicle is not delivered within so
days after the date award is made.
By order of the City Council of
Kennewick, Washington. Wini
fred Campbell, City Clerk. First
publication 7—l B-46; second pub
lication 7-25-46. Any question in
regard to the above bid will be
answered by H. O. Malchow, City
Fire Chief. 111-17 c
NOTICE OF NEABING 0N FINAL
ACCOUNT AND PETITION
FOR DISTRIBUTION
No. 2488'
In the Superior Court of the State of
Wuhincton in and for Benton County
In the matter of the estate of
CABLOTTA-IABIA LINCOLN. Deemed
NOTICE b hereby elven that, Funk
Bowen! Lincoln. executor of the above
THE KENNEWICK COURIER -REPOBTER
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entitled estate. has filed his Final Account
and Petition for Distribution in the office
of the Clerk of the above entitled court
and that the court is asked to settle cud
Final Account. to distribute the property
of said estate to the heirs or persons
entitled to the same and to We
the executor.
Said Final Account and Petition for
Distribution will be heard by the court
at- the courthouse in Prosser. Benton
County. Washington on the 22nd day
of August. 1948 at the hour of 10 o'clock
in the forenoon.
FRANK HOWARD LINCOLN. Executor
By HOULTON a POWELL.
Hiß Attorneyc. 7:18-8:l.
ORDINANCE NO. 451
An Ordinance of the City of
Kennewick. Washington. granting
toßoylLSkimhisHeirnSucces
sors and Assign. a Non-Exclusive
License and Franchise for a Perl
od oi Twenty-Five (25) Years to
Construct. Maintain and Operate
in and on the Present and Future
Streets. Alleys and Public Places
of the City of Kennewick. County
of Benton. Washington. and Its
Successors. lectric Light and
Power Lines and Appurtenances
Thereto. for the Purpose of Sup
plying Electricity and Electric Ser
vice to the City of Kennewick. the
Inhabitants 'l'hereot and Otherl.
Subject to tho Terms and Condi'
tions of This Ordinance.
The City Council of the City of
Kennewick do ordain as follows:
Section 1. The City of Kenne
wick, Washington, a municipal
corporation, hereinafter called the
City, does hereby grant to Roy H.
Skill, his heirs, successors and
signs, hereinafter called the Gran
itee, a non-excluive license and
franchise for the period of twenty
five (25) years from and after the
effective date of this ordinance, to
construct, maintain and operate
in and on the present and future
streets, alleys and public places of
the City, and its successors, elec
tric light and power lines, with all
the necessary or desirable appur
tenances (including underground
conduits, poles, wires and tele
phone and telegraph wires for its
own use), for the purpose of sup
plying electricity and electric ser
vice to the City and the inhabi
tants thereof, and to perm and
corporations beyond the to of.
the City for light, power, heat
and other purposes, subject to the
terms and conditions hereinafter
specified. ‘ '
Section 2. The height, location
and method of installation and
maintenance of all poles, wires,
fixtures, underground conduits,
and appurtenances shall be under
the reasonable regulation and m
pervision of the City Council, or
by such committee of the Council.
or such omcial of the City as may
be designated by the Council, but
‘such regulation and supervision
shall not interfere with the proper
operation of said lines and appur
tenances; poles shall be erected
in alleys wherever practicable,
and all such poles, wires, fixtures,‘
underground conduits and appur
tenances shall be so constructed
and maintained as to interfere as
little as possible with street or
other traffic. '
“Section 3. The service to be ture
nished hereunder by the Grantee
to the City and the inhabitants
thereof shall be twenty-tour hour
service, interruptions due to un
avoidable accident, interterence or
other causes beyond the reason
able control ot the Grantee except
ed, and shall be subject to such
reasonable rules and regulations
as the Grantee may make from
time to time for the proper con
duct_oi the business, including the
requirement of reasonable secur
ity for the payment of its bills.
Such service and all rates and
charges therefor, and all rules and
regulations pertaining thereto or
to the making of necessary and
proper extensions of service, shall
be subject at all times to the rules,
regulations and orders lawfully
prescribed by the Department of
Washington, «why any other law
ful authority having jurisdiction
Public Utilities of the State of
in the premises.
Section 4. When necessary in
order to permit any duly author
ized person to move any building
or other structure across or along
any street, alley or public place
within the City, the Grantee shall
temporarily raise or remove its
\wires, fixtures and appurtenances
upon such streets, alleys or public
places, upon reasonable notice in
advance from the City Clerk, at
such time and in such manner as
may be necessary reasonably to
accommodate such moving, con
sistently with the maintenance of
proper service to the customers
of the Grantee; provided, however,
that the cost to the Grantee of
such temporary raising or remov
al, and of any interruption of the
Grantee’s service to the custom
ers caused thereby, shall first be
paid or satisfactorily secured to
the Grantee by the owner or mov
ehl; of such building or other struc
re.
Section 5. The City shall have
the right, without payment or
charge therefor, to attach its tire
alarm or police signal wires to
the poles of the Grantee, but shall
make such attachments at its own
risk and only ih accordance with
good electrical practice.
Such fire alarm or police signal
’wm shall be subject to interfer
‘ence by the Grantee only when
‘and to the extent necessary for the
proper construction, maintenance,
operation or repair of the Gran
tee’s poles, wires, fixtures, con
duits and appurtenances.
Section 6. The Grantee shall
protect and save harmless the
City, its omcers, employees and
agents from any and all damage
claims, loss, liability, cost or es:-
pense, occasioned by any negli
gent act or omission of the Gran
tee in the construction, _mainten-
ance, operation or repair of the
Grantee’s property or any thereof;
and the Grantee shall comply with
all lawful ordinances, rules and
regulations of the City relating to
the manner of occupation or use,
or to the repair or improvement,
of streets, alleys and public places
in the city.
Section 7. As compensation to
‘the City for the 118 m and tran
chise hereby granted, the Grantee
shallpaytotheCityineOChyear
’an amount equivalent to three
per cent (3%) of the Grantee’s
gross income from sales of electric
power and energy and electric ser
vice within the corporate limits of
the City during the preceding cal
endar year, less income from such
sales to the United States or any
agency thereof, and less any
amounts paid by the Grantee to
the United States, the State of
Washington and the City of Ken
newick, as license, occupation,
privilege, or excise .taxes lewed or
imposed upon such sales within
the corporate limits of the City:
The amounts of compensation
so paid by the Grantee for any
periods shall be credited against,
and treated as part paqunt of
any license, occupation. £BOIBB. 01'
business taxes levied by the City
for corresponing periods under any
ordinance hereafter enacted. 1
Section 8. This Ordinance shall
beinfullforceandeffectfrom
and after five days after the date
of its final passage by the City
Council, its approval by the May
or of the City and its publication
as hereinafter provided, but shall
become null and void unless with
in sixty (60) days thereafter the
Grantee shall file with the City
Clerk a written acceptance of the
terms, conditions and obligations
of this ordinance, and within
eighteen (18) months thereafter
shall commence construction of
the poles, wires, fixtures, under
ground conduits and appurten
enances necessary for supplying
electric power and light to the
City and the inhabitants thereof
as aforesaid.
Section 9. This Ordinance, fol
lowing the date of its approval,
shall be published once in the of
ficial newspaper of the City' of
Kennewick. 7 _
Passed by the Council of the!
City of Kainewick this 23rd day‘
of July, 1 6. ‘
Winifred Campbell, City Clerk.‘
Approved this 24th day or July,‘
1946. J. C. Pratt, Mayor. ‘
Approved as to form: Kenneth
E. Serier, City Attorney. 7/25/46'
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I wiSh to take this opportunity to express
to the voters of Kennewick and adjoining
precincts my appreciation for your loyal sup.
port in the recent Primary Election.
You as voters are invited to investigate
my record as a County Commissioner. I be
lieve the findings will merit your continued
support toward my election as Benton County
Assessor in the General Election November 5.
I. M. HARTMAN
Republican Candidate for County Assessor
3116 Avenue C
' Kennemck-Pasco Highway
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