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Jan. 14. 1950 COURIER-HERALD
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Legal Notices
HOTICE
Notice is hereby given. that by
resolution of the Board of County
Commissioners of Benton County.
Washington. that the Improvement
to be known as Benton County Road
Project No. 140. Grading. Draining.
Hauling Ballast and Surfacing on
the Lenzie Road. Lincoln Road. Far
num Road. Bert James Road and
AndersOn Road in Road District No. 2.
Estimated date of comméncing work
January 15. 1950. Estimated date or
‘compietion May 30. 1950. .
Following is the estimate of Cost.
Clearing & Grubbtnz. Lump Sum
8 200.00
Common Excavation. 12.000 at 50.25
3000.00
Hauling Surfacing......6.ooo at 1.00
6000.00
Hauling 8a11a5t........3.600 {LQE§
Sub-Total 811900.00
Location Engineering ..... .. . . 200.00
Construction Engineering; Total --- --
250.00
. 512350.00
Dated this sth day of January.
1950. '
.CECIL D. KINDER.
_ County Road Engineer
K-116—Jan. 14. 1950. ‘
NOTICE Ol‘ HEARING ON APPLICA
TION FOR DANCE HALL LICENSE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. that
the County Commissioners of Benton
County have received‘applieation for
a license to operate a DANCE HALL
under the name of THE HANGAR'
in the Highlands District of Kenne
i‘ggg. Washington. for the year 01
NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that a
hearing will be held on said appli
cation at the Court House in Prosser.
Washington. on Thursday. the 19th
day of January. 1950. at 10:00
o'clock. A. M.. at which. time any
person or persons may appear and
be heard either for or against the
granting of license applied for.
Dated at Prosser. Wash.. this sth
day of Jan.. 1950.
R. E. WISE. County Auditor and
Ex~ofticio Clerk of the Board of
County Commissioners.
K-llS—Jan. 14. 1950.
m m: summon COURT or rm:
STATE OF WASBINGTON IN AID
FOR lam-ox coum
~ J's-,3”! _ ‘_
NOTICE or fiéAfiifi'G FINAL AC
coum' AND PETITION FOR DISTRI
,, ;,,~ ,4ABUTI9N__ _A_._,
IN THE aux-r 613 £515 Em: mum;
H. G. CDOYD. Deceased )
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Jessie M. Cioyd. Executrix of the
estate of B. G. Cioyd. deceased. has
tiled in the office of the Clerk of
said Court. her Final Account and
Petition for Distribution. askinz the
Court to settle said account. to dis
tribute the property to the persons
thereto entitled. to discharge said
Jessie M. Cloyd and to dischadxye her
official bond; that the sai Final
Account and Petition for Distribu
""l will 1)" hard on the 9th day of
February. 1950. at 9:30 o'clock A.M..
at the Court Room of said Court. in
the Court House in Prosser. Benton
Coynty; Washington._ A _
Datéd this 'u'th 'day or January.
1930. WM“ Am! _ 7
JESSIE M. CDOYD. Execun‘lx
By Moulton. Powell a; Gess
'I-ler Attorneys
Moulton. Powell & Gess
Attorneys for Executrix
Kennewick. Washington -
K-120—Jan. 14-21-28. Feb. 4. 1950: V
NOTICE OF DEUNOUEN‘I'
IRRIGATION »ASSESSMEm BID
ms 0? LAflDS WHO!
-. sol-um- tam-m nut-1.6.
Notice is hereby given that irriga
tion assessments for the year 1949
of the Columbia Irrigation District
upon premises and lands within said
District ‘are now delinquent and
interest on the amount of each
assessment has accrued thereto. and
said _assessments including sdid ac.
@éd’fihie'r’éééfind’fééiig #997983:
able at the office at the undersiened
Treasurer of Benton County. -
Inasmuch as these delinquent
assessments stand as a lien against
the real property for which they are
assessed and unless the Said assess
ments. together with said accrued:
interest and costs are paid prior to
Monday. the 23rd day .0: January.'
1950. I will. as commanded by law
on said- date. at the hour ~oz 10‘
o‘clock A. M. of said day. at from
entrance of the Court House in the
City or Prosser. Wuhinzton. well
each and all at said tracts on Which
and assessments. accrued . interest
and costs shall not then have been
paid. or so. much thereo: as shaLl be
, necessary to meet the sum. Such
‘~ sale shall be in the manner by
statute made and provided and the
land sold shall be subject to redemp
tion as provided by law in such
uses.
All of said lands are situate in
Townships numbered North from the
base line and Ranges numbered East
from the Willamette Meridian. in
Benton County. State or Washington.
Three lists of all property delin
quent in the district mentioned above
are posted in each voting product
and in the places hereinatter _men
tioned: ‘ ' '
PRECINCT NO. 1. One at the margin
of the State Runway crossinz
of Columbia Irritation District's
canal in Section 3140-28: One at
the martin of the State Highway
at the Northeast corner or the
Southwest quarter of the North
' west quarter of Section 30-9-29.
One at the intersection of the
Highlands Road with the State
assign in the SW'IG. of Section
PRECINCT NO. 3. One on the
County Road opposite the North
east corner of Section 22-8-30.
One at the Grange Kali. Finley.
Washinston.
One at the Finley Store. Finley.
Washington. . ‘
PRECINCT NO. 2. At the Poet
Oltice tn the City of Kennewick.
Washinzton. Near the intersection
of Benton Street and Kennewick
Avenue in the City or Kennewick.
Washington.
At the City Rail in the City of
Kennewick. Weshinztoa.
One additional copy is also posted
in the office or the Board of Direc
' "m Columbia Irrigation
District: and one in the office of the
t .y ..e-Jsurer of Benton County.
Washington. .
Dated this 27th day of December.
1949. at Prosser. Wnshinlton.
C. W. NESSLY.
Treasurer of Benton County um
Ex-Ofticio 'n'eesurer ot Coiumbm
District. ‘
K-113—Jen. 744-21. 1950.
MOVING
for Small iobs
or big. local or
long distance, phone:
Pasco 3511 or 4252
"Lef Lyon Guard
Your Goods."
PASCO TRll-CITY
STORAGE co.
Is! 8: W. Columbia. Pasco
56am: so:
rILVCQE‘G
tone DISTANCE MOVING
FOR ECONOMY-IE! us
- HANDIE All. nuns
2700.00 .
NOflCB '
Notice is hereby given. that by
resolution 0! the Board or County
Commissioners of Benton County.
Washington. that the improvement
to be known as Benton County Road
Project No. 139. Grading. Draining.
Bailasting and Surfacing of the
- Track Road in Road District No. 3.
Estimated date 0! commencing work
January 5.‘ 1950. Est'“ated date of
completion May 15, 1950.
Following is the estimate of cost.
Clearing & Grubbing. Lump Sum
5 100.00
Common Excavation. 5.000 at 0.30
1500.00
Surfacing in Place. 1.950 at 2.00
3900.00
Corr. Iron Pipe...... 80 L. F. a' ".00
240.00
Kaitlin. 8a11a5t.......u.1950 at U.‘:‘l
1462.50
Sub-Total $7202.50
Location Engineering 200.00
Construction Engineering. Total
200.00
" Total-noon. 7602.50
pitted this sth day of January.
1930.
GECIL D. RiNDER.
County Road Engineer
K~ll7-Jan. 14. 1950.
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STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND
ton 3:31,;ch coum
none: or usiiina mun. Ac
coum' m armor; roa
DISTmBU'I'ION
IN THE MA’ITEIE) 19F THE ESTATE:
JOHN ERICKSON. Deceaseg )
NOTICE IS HEREBY WEN that
Hulda Dickson. Executrix' of the
estate of John Erickson. deceased.
has filed in the office of the Clerk
of said Court her Final Account and
Petition for Distribution. asking the
Court to settle said account. to dis
tribute the property to the persons
thereto entitled. to discharge said
Hulda Erickson and to discharge her
official bond: that the said Final
Account and Petition for Distribution
will be heard on the 2nd day of
February. 1950. at 9:30 o'clock A.M..
at the Court Room of said Court. in
the Court House in Prosser. Benton
County. Washington.
19gated this 4th day of January.
HULDA ERICKSON. Executrbc
By Moulton. Powell & Gen.
Her Attorneys
Moulton. Powellk Gess.
Ktiéi‘néfl for, Execuu-ix.
FQI‘PSWN" YEMM‘IE.
kilo—Jan #:ll2lme .
“071 C: 0? DEUNQUENT
IRRIGATION ASSESSMENTS AND
SALES OP LANDS THEREFOR
3ennewlck Inflation District
Notice is hereby given that irriga
tion assessments for the year 1949
of the Kennewick Irrigation District
upon premises and lands within said
District are now delinquent and
interest on the amount of each
assessment has accrued thereto. and
said assessments including said ac
crued interest and costs. are pay
able at the office of the understated
Treasurer of Benton County.
Inasmuch as these delinquent
assessments stand as a lien asainst
the real property for which they are
assessed and unless the said assess
ments. together with said accrued
interest and costs are paid prior to
Monday. the 23rd day or January.
1950. I will. as commanded by law
on said date. at the hour of 10
o'clock A. M. or said day. at front
entrance of the Court House in the
City or Pmsser.‘ Washington. sell
each and all at said tracts on which
said assessments. accrued interest
and costs shall not then have been
paid. or so much thereot as shall be
necessary to meet the same. Such
sale shall be in the manner by
statute made and provided and the
land sold shall be subject to redemp
tion as provided by law in suds
uses. '
All of said land: are situate in
Townships numbered North from the
base line and Ranges numbered East
from the Willamette Meridian. in
Benton County. State at Washinzton.
Three lists or all property delin
quent in the district mentioned above
are posted in each voting precinct
and an the places hereinafter men
one :
At the Improvement Club House.
located on Met 28. the Highlands
Plat “B". cecal-dint to the moon!-
ed plat thereof.
At the Northeast comer of Section
11. Township 8 North. Range 29
EW,M., known as the Cemetery
corner. - _
One. ,nt the Post Office at Ktona.
3%lean fighteh Alsulqmtedw on
Lots 6 and 7. Block 4. Kelso's First
.. Addition to Kiona. according to
the recorded plat thereof.
One additional copy is also posted
in the ottice ot the Board of Direc
tors oi the Kennewick Irritation
District: and one in the office or the
County Treasurer of Benton County.
Washiuston.
Dated this 27th day of December.
1949. at Prosser. Washinzton.
c. W. NESSLY.
'n'easuner of Benton County and
. Ex-Otticlo Treasurer ot Kennewick
.. District. ‘
Kan—Jan. 744.21. 1950.
OutAheaquain for IBM!
New Power and New Features in Light and Medium} Duty Models
New "Weight-Saving" Diesel Tractors . New Middle-Weight Six-Wheelers
Once again GMC leads the truck trans
port parade . . . introducing many im
portant new models and improvements.
New camshafts, valves and manifolds
step up power in engines of light
medium models. Wider seats, more
headroom and improved sealing in
crease cab comfort. There are new
chassis features, including hew hydrau
lic and optional air brakes on 214-ton
models, new front springs and airp ane
type shock absorbers on light trucks.
S'TRICKLERMOTORWCO.
IN THE MID! com 0? m
STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND
‘ FOB BENTON COUNTY
NO. 2888
NOTICE OF EWING ON ADOPTION
IN THE MATTER OF THE ADOP-l
TION OF MARng‘Y FAYE JOYNER;
CHARLEY B. MORGAN and CHRIS)
TINA BOZELLE MORGAN )
To: Archie Randolph Joyner.
Father of the abate named
adoptive child .
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
Charley B. Morgan and Christina
Rozelle Morgan. formerly Christina
Joyner. have filed in the above en
titled Court their petition seeking
the adoption of Marian Faye. Joyner.
Said petition will be heard before
the Court at the Courthouse at
Prosaer. Benton County. Washington.
at 10:00 o'clock in the forenmn. on
the 2nd day of February. 1950. for
the purpose of determining whether
said petition be granted and for the
entry of an order granting the same
and declaring said child to be adopt
ed by said petitioners.
YOU ARE FURTHER NOTIFIED that
you may appear before the above
entitled Court. at the said time and
place. and then and there present any
objgtions you may have to the
grantinz of said petition or to pre
sent to the Court such further mat
ters pertaining thereto as you may
desire.
GIVEN BY ORDER of the above
entitled Court issued on the 4th day
oi January. 1950.
(SEAL) FRED D. KEMP. Clerk
‘ By BESS BOYER. Deputy ~-
flOULTON. POWELL 8: GESS and
DEAN W. LONEY. Attorneys for
Petitioners.
Kilt—Jan. 744.21. 1950.
DAILYi’CROSSWORD
ACROSS
1. Leads
6 Places
10. A ship's
_ deck
11. Secret plan
12. A first
reader
13. Musical
instrument
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14 Scope -
15 Inborn
1? Measure
lChinJ
18 Male deer ‘
19 Music note a
20 fit to be
eaten
23 ' Onion-like
plant ‘
25 Coquettish
26. Medieval
boat
27 Skin '
29 Kind of
crayon ‘
32 Farm animal
33 Coarse nap
on cloth
35 Nickel .
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36 Horny plates
(Zool l
38. Unable to
speak
40 Pieceof
baked clay
41. Plagued
43 Assyrian
god (vat-J
44 Command
45. Minus
46. Bamboodike
grasses
. DOWN.
I.l)readful
. DAILY CRYPIOQUOTE-Jlere‘s how to work It: .'
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ton'the three L}. X for the two o's. etc. Single lettefl. W 1;
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Efich day the code letters are difierent. ' ' ”
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PARTS} WHO BATH NOT LOST A FRIEND ?-—MONT°
GOMERY. ’
2 Acanal in 18.
N Y. state 21
3 Egyptian
dancing girl 22
4 Female deer
5 Goblin 24
6. Small. 25
glittering
ornaments 27
7 Heroine in
"bohengrin"
8 Toot lightly 28
on a. flute 29
9 Lune of 30
,color 31
filsehoods tured
3‘ masculine 39 Employed
pronoun 42 Before
12 Wan
16. Sodium
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The new models combine to offer GMC
power, dependability and economy to
many more operators. There’s a new
lbfi-ton 280 . . . a new heavy duty 2%4t0n
470 . . . two new 400 and 620 six-wheelers
. . . two new “weight-saving” Diesel
powered tractors handling maximum
legal payloads in
the 45,000-55,000
pound weight cm:
range. Get the
facts here, today. 'Ru‘Ks
iCompton Says
fMisunderstood
PULLMAN, Jan. 13 (an _ DO.
Wilson Compton, Washing“.
iState college, said yesterday]!
gwas dealing with a system“
{individuals—when he critidmtfi
'the WSC athletic setup. ‘ ‘
Referring to report. relea“
Monday, which he made tofi
school athletic council arm“
board of regents. Compton m.
it had been "misconstrued asu.
fleeting on the integrity" on“;
mer graduate managers of m
letics.
“This was not the intent ‘l‘
the meaning of the reponfi I!
said. “The system was at '
not the men. They did thehla‘
they could and were Underm
for doing it." 3
Compton's report said a m
mitttee investigating the am
ic setup found it to be “a mg
empire of its own. a finand‘
empire. and to a large extent;
policy empire, also.”
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Frozen
water
Long ‘
pillows
Newt
Scold per
sistently
Pet to '
mail
service
A tax
Minister
Comes in
Spoke .
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37 Eskimo
tools
38 Manufac-

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