Dr. John Furbay, world traveler, who has just returned from Egypt, opens the Fall Teachers Institute at 8 p.m. today in the son> auditorium of Leavenworth High. mercnam ot School. Teachers will discuss problems centered around the theme, snowing the needle. She remembers now getting the needle in her hand while washing clothes on a board. She works as a nurse's aide at St. John's Hospital. Vacationing in the Northwest, Dr. Arthur Murphy, city commissioner and St. Mary College president, sent a greeting card to City Clerk J. C. Walker from Couer D'Alene, Ida. Murphy said he probably would be home for next week's board meeting. Philip Sandier, Shawnee Street tailor, this morning was back in his shop after three months out west. He spent part time with his daughter, wife of Capt. Ed Cin- bar, UaA, Ogden, Utah, and his Cahf ' "Improvement of Teacher-Pupil Relations", Wednesday and Thursday. The public is invited to Dr. Furbay's speech which is free. Social Security representative from the Social Security Administration in Kansas City, Kas. will be in Leavenworth at the Kansas Employment Service in the Elks' Building on Wednesday, Sept 3 from 9 a.m. - 12 noon. Change of the visit from Monday to Wednesday was made because of Labor Day holiday. Rodenburg Grocery, 501 N. 4th, open 'til 10 every night.—(Adv.) Lt. Col. John N. Howell has received notice of his temporary promotion to the rank of colonel by the Department of Army. Colonel Howell, member of the 19511952 Regular Course, C&GSC, has "Buck" Keegan, showman, who j n trouble with the police on a peace disturbance charge, this morning was released from the city bastile. "Buck" said he was heading for Wolcott where he had a job as a cowpuncher. If you don't get your Tunes by 6:15 p. m., call 26. Give your name and address, and one will be delivered to you. Please do not call before 6:15 or later than 7 p. m. On Sundays call between 8:30 and 9:30 a. m. For a change of address call before 2 p. m. Fort Leavenworth subscribers call S. L. Olsen, Ph. Ft Leav. 22234. Pleads Innocent To Killing Charge been assigned to duty with staff o ffj ce and faculty at Fort Leavenworth. His branch designation is Military •BALTIMORE (ffl — G. Edward Grammer, 35-year-old New York pleaded Tuesday to charges he beat his pretty wife to death and tried to Police Corps, and he is a graduate rnake it look like of the Military Academy, West accident. Point autornobile Sfc. Frank N. Greenawalt will leave Wednesday night to report for duty with the Far East Command. Sergeant Greenawalt has been a member of the Leavenworth High School ROTC staff the past five years. The sergeant's speciality was turning out good rifle teams. His replacement, M- Sgt Beuford D. McDonald, joined the ROTC staff during the past winter. Greenawalt's family is in Texas. Toth's Bungalow, 1031 Metro., now reopen and serving 6-11 P. M. Ph. 3558 for reservations.—(Adv.) Johnnie Johnston, Times' business manager, back on the job after a two-weeks vacation which took him to the Los Angeles area, A police magistrate ordered him held in jail until, a grand jury considers the evidence, probably Wednesday. She was found dead just after midnight Aug. 20 in the expensive sedan Grammer had given her on their wedding anniversary in June. The car had careened down a steep hill on the northeast edge of Baltimore and sideswiped a tree. Two policemen happened to see Their suspicions in a prowl ar the smashup. were aroused when they found a pebble wedged under the heel of the car's accelerator, jamming it against the floor. Medical experts found the skull fractures which caused Mrs. Crammer's death could not have come from the smashup. S -estigators said Grammer -- THERE OUGHTA BE A LAW By Fagaly and Shorten Fiv» SHUT UP.' I'M TRVIN& TtMF I FOR PITY'S SAkE! CAN'T YOU G£T ON THE OTHER LANE? WE HAVEN'T MOVED MINUTES: I OUR HEAP IS AT A STANDSTILL IT KNOCKS VOU FOR A LOOP-" O VOU JUMP INTO THE OTHER LAME AND RIGHT BACK. IN THE SOUP! PAUL DEAN GSNTRt WKL. "California is a wonderful place," observed Johnnie, "but for steady living I'll take Leavenworth anytime. There's too much rushing and hurley burleying around Los Angeles. They've got too many people mere. We had a glimpse of naval installations at San Diego as we passed through on a tour to Mexico. We stopped *or a. little while at Needles. I got out to test the temperature. It was 7:30 p.m. and the thermometer stood at 110. 'Quite cool', they said.'' The county commissioners may wind up work on the '53 budget today. They've been going slow on It. Lon Rush, chairman of the board, said this morning, "We've been going over it pretty carefully. I imagine taxes will be pretty high this fall, and we're trying to keep ours within reason, anyhow." Householders! Your greatest hope for a warm, comfortable home during the coldest wintry blasts next winter is to order famous "Jewel" coal now, the greatest of all fuels! Phorte right in! The Meyer Co., 4th and Choctaw. Ph. 67.—(Adv.) Harley Parr, county engineer, reports work on a road from Lansing to highway 5 is about a third complete. The road is being graded, and a new bridge built Gravel will be put on it eventually. Two marriage licenses were issued in probate court Saturday to Samuel L. Johnson and Lillian M. Beal, Kansas City, Kas., and Leonard J. Varner and Erma Joy Gill, Kensington, Kas. Lawrence Smart of Millwood, a night watchman at the Lysle mill, was driving home after midnight Sunday when flames shot out from under his dashboard. He pulled over and jumped out of the car, but the car remained in gear and rolled into the Verlon Beckwith yard near the Eight Mile House on. 73. The yard was full of farm machinery, and the burning car banged against a disc and stopped. Beckwith used a tractor to haul his machinery away from the fire. The sheriff's office sent out some firemen, and some rain fell to assist Herber's open from 9 A.M. till 9 P.M. on Mondays.—(Adv.) Mrs. Anna Mueller, 429 Ninth Ave., who has been a patient at a Kansas City hospital, has returned home. Registration was today at Fort Leavenworth and school doors open for business tomorrow with over 600 children expected to fill , , . ., , . ., bludgeoned his wife the was parked near the top of the hill and then set it to go down the incline. the class rooms of 'the and elementary classes. primary After three attempts today a surgeon found pieces of a needle; which had been in the palm of Mrs. Helen Renensland's hand 25 years. Mrs. Renensland, 1010 North Sixth, fell and pain which resulted caused x-rays to be taken British Reserves Drop Dangerously LONDON (B—The vital gold and dollar reserves of Britain and its sterling area partners slumped 44 million dollars during August, the Army Orders Maj. George W. Kilmer is released from assignment and duty, AAU, Washington, D.C. and is assigned to duty at Ft. Sill, Okla. with duty enroute at C&GSC, Fort Leavenworth. Col. Roy W. Muth is released from assignment and duty with staff and faculty C&GSC, Fort Leavenworth and is assigned to TSU Desert Depot, Tooele, Utah. Lt. Col. Frederick C. Feil is released from assignment and duty Sixth Infantry Division, Ft. Ord, Calif, and is assigned to duty C&- GSC, Fort Leavenworth. Capt. Leo V. Heintzelman is released from assignment and duty ASU Station Complement, Fort Leavenworth. Maj. Guy L. Colson is released from assignment at Beckley, West Va. and is assigned to Far East Command with temporary duty enroute at Ft. Benning, Ga. and Fort Leavenworth. Maj. George A. Linck, USAH, Fort Leavenworth, is reassigned to the Far East Command and will report to Camp Stoneman Personnel Center. Capt. Arthur Ai Jackson is relieved from assignment and duty with Denver Internal Audit Residency, Denver and is assigned to duty with the Fort Leavenworth Audit Residency, Army Bank Building. Maj. Charles W. Willoughby is relieved from assignment and duty OACOFS, Washington, D. C. and is assigned to Far East Command. Enroute he will report to third. Blackberry Preserves— Glad} ter. first; Grape Marmalade— Mattie first: Mary Louise Jauernig, se Grape Juice— Mary Jauerni, Peach Preserves— Mrs. Joe del. first; Mary Leimkuhler, May Jauernig, third. Strawberry Preserves — Leimkuhler, first; Mrs. M. F. Sr., second; Preston Hunter, t Rhubarb—Mary Leimkuhler, noxie. second. Tomatoes— Ora Shoemaker!' treasury announced today. The decline dropped the reserves to $1,672,000,000, well under me two billion regarded by the treasury as the minimum for safety. The reserves are the entire capital of the sterling area for trade with nations such as the U. S. which require dollars for payment of goods. The treasury said the cut in the reserves occurred despite the form of defense a^d from the U. S. during August. One factor in the decline was a $98,600,000 payment by Britain to the European Payments Union to meet a July deficit in this country's export-import trade with other members. Leavenworth for temporary to attend Special Weapons Fort duty Course, class No. 1 for 45 days. Col. Clark A. Barker, Quartermaster Corps, is relieved from assignment and duty 5025th ASU, Fort Leavenworth and assigned to Far East Command. Capt. Earl J. Vaughan, presently at Route 2, Tonganoxie, is relieved from assignment Percy Jones Army Hospital, Battle Creek, Mich., and is retired from active service. 1st Lt. Thomas C. Wyatt is relieved from assignment and duty with llth Airborne Division, Ft. Campbell, Ky. and is assigned to 5025th ASU, C&GSC, Fort Leaven- receipt of 45 million dollars in the worth for duty with staff and faculty. Second Lt Charles F. Caulkins is relieved from duty Quartermaster Center, with Ft. the Lee, BOSS J. McCLURE Funeral service for Ross J. McClure, 70, well-known Leavenworth business man who died Saturday afternoon, was held this afternoon at the Davis Funeral Church. The pastor of officiated. Va., and is assigned to the 5025th JASU, Fort Leavenworth. Lt. Col. Emory S. Adams Jr. is ssigned to 5025th ASU, C&GSC, ort Leavenworth for duty with aff and faculty from the Person- el Center, Camp Stoneman, Calif. Rev. J. Clyde Fowler, First Baptist Church, Burial was in the family lot in Mount Muncie Cemetery with members of King Solomon Masonic Lodge No. 10 conducting services. Pallbearers were Joe Bo wen, Cecil Boles, Loren Nash, Lloyd Smith, Joe Burke, Ray Miller, William Lee and Otis Hooper. JOHN HENRY GARRISON Burial with military honors was in the National Cemetery at Fort Leavenworth this morning for John Henry Garrison, 62, who died in Kansas City, Mo. last Wednesday. Funeral service was held at Davis Funeral Church with the Rev. Fred Urban of the Faith Tabernacle Church officiating. Pallbearers were Patrick Day, Bert Reichling, Earl Reichling, Bernard Reichling, Calvin Reichling and Frank Reichling. W. H. MILLER DEES Mrs. R. W. Carson, 204 Second Ave., has received word of the death of her cousin's husband, W. H. Miller, of St. Joseph. Mr. Miller was acquainted with a number of people in Leavenworth. He was 75 years old. Death was due to a cerebral hemorrhage. The funeral will be Wednesday at 3 p.m. at the dark Mortuary in St. Joseph. Ex-servicemen Bill Marker, Joe Berkich and Charles Donaldson at 25 are the oldest plAyers on the West Virginia University football squad. Weather Observations By The Associated Pi^ss U. S. weather observattms for 24 hours ending at 6:3C a. m. Station Mak Mia Pres. Leavenworth, first: Mattie Harvey, se- onnd; Gladys, Tonganoxie. third. Strawberries— Mary Liemkuhler, fint; Mary Jauernig. Easton, second. Chicago t?5 Denver 59 Edmonton 69 Ft. Worth 106 Havre, Mont 70 Kansas City 74 Los Angeles 87 Miami 88 Minneapolis 61 New Orleans 89 New York 78 .. 86 Oklahoma City Washington 55 40 50 64 43 52 66 82 48 76 69 55 73 .97 .16 ..04 .17 1.20 .02 Winners Continued from Page Two. Bess Schenck, second; Mrs. Bud Shoemaker, third. Tomato Preserves- Mrs. M. F. Black. Sr.. first; Mrs. R. M. Knoche. second; Miidred Ditty, Tonganoxie, Hun- arvey, ond. first, ruen- :cond; itary Black, ird. ronga- first; Mrs. M. F. Black, Sr., second; Ernest Borchardt. Tonganoxie thi d. String Beans— Bud Shoemak« r, Tonganoxie, first; Mrs. James Bai: ^, Linwood, second; H. M. Knouhre, 3 asehor, third. Cream Corn—Ora Shoemake ganoxie. first; Whole Grain Corn— Ernesi hardt. Leavenworth, first; Jam<i; Baird Linwood. second; Bud Shoemak venworth, third. i Peas— James Baird. Linwoo Mrs. Bud Shoemaker, Tonganoi ondd. J-cache: Mrs. Bud Shoemaker, first; Mrs. Gladys Hunter, second; Maxine Jones, third. Pears— Marion Crow, first Mrs. Bud Shoemaker, second. Apricot— Marion Crow, R.M. Knoche : second; Ora Shoemaker, third. Plums — Ernest Borchardt, first; Cherries— Mary Liemkuhler, Marion Crow, second. first: Feed Sack Dress—Mrs. Ray Brown, ; second. Suit— Mrs. George McBroom, first. . Made over Garment— Mrs. David Underwood, first. Apron— Mrs. Marion Crow, first; Mrs. Ed Lisson, second; Ann Vose, third. Feed Sack Apror Crow, first; Mrs. Ed • Mrs. Marion Lisson, second; Mrs. Ray Brown, thrid. Doily—i.*Vomen over 65 years of age) Mrs. Augubi Gruendel, first: Mrs. Jennie Means, McLouth, second; Mrs. Hazel Kishman, third. Pot Holder—• Jennie Means, Girls under 16— Dress— Nancy McBroom, Carolyn Meints, second. LEGAL NOTICES In the Probate Court of Leavenworth County, Kansas. In the matter of the estate of J. W. Kemler, deceased. No. 3280 NOTICE OF HEARING The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: * You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed in said court by F. E. Breiner, administrator of the estate of J. W. Kemler, deceased, praying for final settlement of said estate, approval of his accounts as administrator, allowance for his services, attoiney's fees and expenses, also thai th-r court determine the heirs of said decedent and assign to them the real estste and personal property remaining in said estate, and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 23rd day of September 1952, at 10:00 o'clock a.m., of said day, in said court, in the city of Leavenworth, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will Ije heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. F. E. Breiner, Administrator of the Estate of J. W. Kemler, Deceased. Ethan. Potter, Attorney. (First insertion Sept. 2, 1952) (The Leavenworth Times 3t) RESOLUTION . A RESOLUTION DECLARING IT NECESSARY TO| GRADE, CURB, GUTTER. PAVE EWTO OTHERWISE IMPROVE TENTH AVENUE FROM THE SOUTH LINE OF PENNSYLVANIA STREET TO THE SOUTH LINE OF VILAS STREET. VILAS STREET FROM THE WEST LINE OF TENTH AVENUE TO THE WEST LINE OF FIFTEENTH STREET. FIFTEENTH STREET FROM THE SOUTH LINE OF VILAS STREET TO THE ENTRANCE OF GREENWOOD CEMETERY AND REQUIRING TRU MAN SCHLUP. CONSULTING ENGI NEER FOR THE CITY OF LEAVEN WORTH, KANSAS. TO PREPAR PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS AND PRELIMINARY ESTIMATES THERE OF TO BE SUBMITTED TO TH BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS O THE CITY OP LEAVENWORTH KANSAS. FOR 113 APPROVAL. WHEREAS, the City of Leavenworth is a first class City of the State o Kansas with a population of less tha thirty thousand (30,000) inhabitants and, WHEREAS, Shoemaker Street : paved to the intersection of Pennsy: vania Street and that Tenth Avenue i a continuing street or extension of sai Shoemaker Street; and, WHEREAS, Tenth Avenue, Vila Street and Fifteenth Street are th streets extending and leading to Greenwood Cemetery; and, WHEREAS, the cost of maintainin these said streets has become an un fair burden on the taxpayers of Leav emvorth City and that it is for th LEGAL NOTICES Section 4. That the City Clerk shall cause, proper publication of this resolution to be made for six (6) days in The Leavenworth Times, a daily newspaper which is the official newspaper of the City of Leavenworth, Kansas, and that this resolution shall be effective from and after its sixth publication therein. Adopted at Leavenworth, Kansas, this 26th day of August, 1952. Ted L. Sexton, Mayor. ATTEST: J. C. Walker, City Clerk. (SEAL) Passed & Approved Aug. 26, 1952. (First insertion Aug. 29, 1952) (The Leavenworth Times, 6t) RESOLUTION A RESOLUTION DECLARING THE NECESSITY OF APPROPRIATING CERTAIN PROPERTY PRIVATE PROPERTY BY CONDEMNATION FOR THE PURPOSE OF WIDENING ISABELLE STREET FROM SECOND AVENUE TO FIFTH STREET; AND FOR THE PURPOSE OF OPENING A STREET FROM SECOND AVENUE TO FIFTH STREET ALONG THE LINE SEPARATING LOT THIRTEEN AND LOT FOURTEEN, CLARK'S ADDITION OF OUTLOTS. LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. WHEREAS, .the Board of Commissioners of the City of Leavenworth, Kansas, deem and declare it necessary to appropriate certain private property located in the City of Leavenworth. Kansas, for the purpose of widening Isabelle Street to a width of at least thirty (30) feet, from Second Avenue to Fifth Street and for the purpose of opening a street from Second Avenue to Fifth Street, such street to be fifty (50) .feet wide along the line separating lot thirteen and lot fourteen, Clark's Addition of Outlets, Leavenworth. Kansas. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF THE CITY OF LEAVENWORTH. KANSAS, THAT THE APPROPRIATING OF CERTAIN AUTHORITY ON HEARING AIDS Mrs. Bonnie McNeil here for FREE CONSULTATION DATES OF CLINIC Sept. 4th PLACE Leavenworth, Kans. National Hotel HOURS 1 to 5 PM Mrs. B. McNeil will answer such questions as * Is it possible to wear a hearing aid so that it cannot be seen? * How does mv hearing loss dif- LEGAL NOTICE PRIVATE PROPERTY BY CONDEMNATION IS NECESSARY. Section 1. Certain private property needs to be appropriated for the purpose of widening Isabelle Street from Second Avenue to Fifth Street to a width of at least thirty (30) leet and for the purpose of opening a street from Second Avenue to Fifth Street, fifty (50) feet wide along the line separating lot thirteen and lot fourteen, Clark's Addition of Outlets, Leavenworth, Kansas, such condemnation to be done as provided by law in Sections 26-201 through 26-205 inclusive, of the General Statutes of Kansas sa amended. Section 2. That a survey and description of the land required and needed to be obtained by condemnation be made by the City Engineer and filed with the City Clerk of Leavenworth, Kansas. Section 3. That the City Clerk shall cause proper publication of this resolution to be made for six (6) days in The Leavenworth Times, a daily new»paper which is the official newspaper of the City of Leavenworth, Kansas, and that this resolution shall be effective from and after its sixth publication therein. Adopted at Leavenworth, Kansas, this 26th day of August. 1952. Ted L. Sexton, Mayor. ATTEST: J. C. Walker. City Clerk. (SEAL) Passed & Approved: Aug. 26, 1951. (First insertion Aug. 29, 1952) (The Leavenworth Times 6t) '< Itn \\p,$>* • Hold on to Health, the most precious of all possessions! At the - first suggestion of illness, consult a physician and heed his experienced counsel. And : be sure to bring prescriptions here for careful compounding! Tea Towels— Florence Young, first; Frances Young, second; Naomi Westphal. thrid. Crochet Work.— Florence Young, first; Frances Young, second. first. »o enera i welfare of Leavenworth City [to grade, curb, gutter, pave and other first; w [ se improve said streets; and, WHEREAS, the City is given th power to grade, curb, gutter, pave an otherwise improve any street o streets which extend from any pave street to a cemetery in or adjoinin isaid City regardless of any protest an Apron— Dorothy Heintzelman. first.jt o levy special assessments to pay fo Embroidery— Frances Young Ton- •- - •• .... ganoxie, first; Florence Young, second; Nancy McCleary, Linwood third. LEGAL, NOTICES Ton- Borc- r. Lea- first; e, sec- Saurkraut— Mrs. Bud Shoemaker, first; Mrs. M. F. Black, Sr., fTonga- noxie. second. " Beets—Mary Jauernig. Eastck, first; Jennie Jones. Tonganoxie. secc^id. Vegetable Soup Mix—Mrs. Bijd Shoemaker, Tonganoxie, first. Tomato Juice— Clare _. „ first: Jenni3 Jones, seconds Mrs. James Baird, Linwood, third. & Lima Beans— Jennie Jones. Tonganoxie, first; Mrs. R. M. Knocpe, Basehor, second; Mrs. James B-.' r -. Linwood, third. Carrot— Mary Jauernij . < .-. ven- worth, first; Ora Shoemaker, a^v/ond. Sweet Potatoes— Ernest Borchardt, Leavenworth. first. Pickle Peach— Jennie Jones, first. Sweet Cucumber Pickle— Mrs. Bud Showmaker. first; Esther Wacker, se- Joan Cronemeyer, Tonganoxie, Pickle— Mary Jauernig, first; Hunter, first; Mary cond; third. Dill Esther Waeker, second. Chili Sauce— Joe Gruendel, second. Mixed Relish— Bud Shoemaker, first; Ora Shoemaker, second. Mixed Pickle—Ora Shoemaker, first; Mary Jauernig, second. Beet PicJile— Mildred Ditty, first; Roy Jons, second; Mrs. Bud Shoemaker, third. Pork— Gladys Jauernig, second. Spare Ribs— Gladys Hunter, first; Handmade Handkerchief— Hazel Kishman, Tonganoxie, first; Rose Kirkman, Linwood, second; Marion Crow, Tonganoxie, third. Stuffed Toy— Frances Middleton, first; Mrs. Fred Cox, Tonganoxie second. Swedish Embroidery—Mrs. Art Hug- j her, first; Mrs. Louise Tate, second. Irish Filet— Louise . Tate, Leaven- | worth, first. Blackberries — Ernest SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 10 (L. 1951, ch. 267) A Proposition to amend article 7 of the constitution of the state of Kansas by adding a new section thereto, relating to a permanent income for certain state Institutions. Be It resolved by the Legislature of the State of Kansas, two-thirds of the members elected to the Senate and two-thirds of the members elected to the House of Representatives concurring therein: Section 1. There is hereby submitted to the- qualified electors of the state for their approval or rejection, a proposal to amend article 7 of the constitution of the state of Kansas by adding thereto a new section to be numbered section 6 to read a3 follows: Sec. 0. permanent The legislature may levy tax for the creation of building fund for institutions caring for the insane, blind, and deaf and dumb, and the legislature shall apportion among and appropriate the same to the several institutions, which levy, apportionment and appropriation shall continue until changed by statute. Nothing herein contained snail prevent such further appropriation by the legislature as may be deemed necessary from time to time lor the needs of said charitable and benevolent institutions. Sec. 2. Thia proposilon shan be submitted to the electors of the state at the general election In the year 1952 for their approval or rejection. The amendment hereby proposed shall be designated on the ballot by the title: "Amendment to the constitution providing for a permanent building fund for the benevolent and charitable institutions." Said proposed amendments shall be voted for or against as provided by law under such title. Sec. 3. This resolution shall take effect and be in force from and after Its publication in the statute book. I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true copy of original Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 10, now on file in my office. (Seal) PAUL R. SHANAHAN. Secretary of State. the same under the existing laws o Kansas and more soecifically, Chapte 13, Section 1011, General Statutes o Kansas, 1949, as amended, 1951. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF THE CITS OF LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS: Section 1. That it is hereby declarec necessary to grade, curb, gutter, pav and otherwise improve Tenth Avenu from the South line of Pennsyl vania Street to the South line of Vila Street. Vilas Street from the Wes line of Tenth Avenue to the West lin of Fifteenth Street, Fifteenth Stree from the South line of Vilas Street t the entrance of Greenwood Cemetery Section 2. That the cost of the im provements described in Section on (1) shall be borne as follows: City a large shall pay the expense of gradin such streets and all expenses of th areas and intersections formed b crossing of streets and alleys and ir addition thereto, one-third (1-3) of th expense of curbing, guttering, pavin and otherwise improving each block o such street or streets between cross streets and-or curbing, guttering, pav ing and otherwise improving alon each lot or piece of unplatted land ad Joining such street or streets. Two thirds (2-3) of the expense of curbing guttering, paving and otherwise im proving any block in such streets be tween cross streets or any such stree along an unplatted lot or piece of Ian in such City adjoining or abutting o such street shall be borne by the own ers of the land liable for special as sessment therefor, which special as sessment shall be levied to pay th cost of such improvements as by la\ provided. Section 3. That Truman Schlup, Con suiting Engineer for the City of Leav enworth, Kansas, shall prepare prope plans and specifications for said im provement and preliminary estimate of the cost thereof, which plans. >spec ifications and preliminary estimate shall be presented to this Board fo its approval. Yes, There Is A Difference! 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