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Page 8 Chancy Free Press Friday, April 3, 1964 &apos;Hawks Top NC In Opener; M. Pearson Blasts Homer [WK i,,,,,t,dU$ ,o Face Pirales In Ouldoor Heel .,.,:v: rv: : ;),':):)ION ._. Ar 00WSC Three stmnner qu,avter ses- }ons wi}l be oered by East- ern Washington State College tms year, wlth the first two Cheey bunched five ru in the first ining aud then oasted to a 14-1 high school baseball win over the Nerth Cerral B squad Tuesday at SpokaTm to open the 1964 sea- son. The Bhckhawks also picked up four runs in the second in- ning and three ruws in the sixth frame as the emme in spurts. Phoney added lone tales "m ,the fifth and seventh iniags. North Cenal pushed across its only run in tim fifth innmDgav Mound ace e Nie0 lim- liar, the .game , (eney and Kettle Falls, scheduIed ,to- day, was moved to May 12. Oheney's next game will be Apr 14 at Liberty. The first home ,game is schedulred April 17 against Newport. Cheney ........ 540 013 1--14 N. C ............. 000 010 1-- 1 Nicol, Springer Holmes (7) and Buehler. Lang and Rose Swen, EWSC Track Eastern Washir.,gtxm State College opens the outdoor track season Saturday after- noon ha a ,triangular meet with he University of Idaho ann Whitworth College on the tworth field in Slkane. Savage track coach W. B. (Red) Reese, entering .his final track season before r ",etixvmen.t, wdH have only .three letermen on his tem. They are Chuck Messerrger, Centrala seal}or who holds the Evergreen pole aatt rec- ord of 13 feet, 8 inches, set in 1962; Dave Davis, Ois Or- sta ,rti wihh regmtration June 22. Classes will begin ahe fol- lowing flay. Dr. George Kabt, EWSC dean of instruction, said the regular seven-week summer quagtr  be held from Ju:ne 23 to Aug. 7. A graduat- ing high school seniors' pro- gram for entering freshmen will begin June 23 and con- tinue through Aug. 21. Studenfs adnitted and reg- istered for the summer quar- ter witl have griority oR resi- dence hall rooms and reg'ma- tion for the fall quarter, Dr. : ited the Spokane team to one Sq d Thi chards server, a she,t put,taT hit ,as he earned the pitching ua  who didn't compe)te last year, win. First sacker Mmte Per-i IH _- and soph Jack Stewart, a dis- tance man from John son blasted a home run in the [ f n| Rogers second inning, driving in three I ....... of Spokane. runs. Pgh't eder Chuck[ Ease,rn Was "hion Statt Although Eastern has only Dittmar had three hits n for [ College s vereran track eoch the three letevmen, it has one trips .to the plate, all of them[W. B. (Red) Reese enters his .of the finest crop of freshmen ainzles farewell track season with only in recent years, Reese said. coliectively, the Bhckhwks three lettermen, but with a Combined with other mem- collected 13 hits and drew [ crop of promirg freshmen, bers of last year's squad and seven bases on, blls from the[ Reese, whose trackmen hold junior college transfers, Reese lorth Central pitcher The [six Evergreen Oonerence looks for a tly improved Papooses gt fie free" passes [ track records .and a tie in one track season this year. from Cheney pitehin Nicol event, has coached his Savages,. J . E- struck out 15 North Central o 23 conference les, and RA D batters. Monvoaa a'nnounced three 'ncestraightbadduala meetstringwins.f 43 JOURNEYS TO WS u more charges in the schedule Returning lettermen are Tenns season for Eastern because of bad weather. Sel- Chuck Messenger, Cetralia Vrashion State Coltege kirk, scheduled to play here senior who holds the Ever-iP ens tts weekend, with the ,, Savages facing Wshi Tuesday, vl r)t play here green pole vauR record of 13 . , .... nglxm feet 8 inches set in 1962:] tae umverslw a,t Punan until April 28. The game at ,, , ' F" Medical Lake, scheduled fr Dave Davis, Otis Orchards sen-] rrda..y ateraoon and the Urn- April 10, hs been moved to ier, a hot putter who didn't[ varsity of Idaho Saturday May 19 3rd the Liberty gm'ne, compete last year, and s0h-[m;ning_ ^ scheduled lure April 28, has Jack Sewart, a distance mm[ :ne tst rvergree Confer- been moved ,to April 29. Ear- from John Rogers of Spokane. [ ence champions wUl have four Top Three-Miler J semo lettermen, Dave Adams Stewart, Reese said, s the .and Chuck I-It,art, Spokane; EWSC Baseball Team best three-miler in the NAIA Keith Vraden, burg, Eniat, and At Moscow For G$1e district 1. He fin',hed fifth in Don Knutsen, Bremon. Spo- kane senator Bill Wgh and the NAIA national meet last Doug Frans, Porthnd soph- EasteH Washington State year. College's basebatll t.m, with a Among the prorating frosh more, are oher probable mem- 2-2 record, meets the Univac- . sity of Id,aho in a nine-inning are Don Shove, a hurdler and bets of the sqtmd, coach Bob shot putter, and Larry DevRa, Anderson said. game Friday afternoan in Mos. a high jtmer. Both are. from cow. C'hoek the classified columns Svage coach Ed Chissus Spokane's Rogers High. Other  -- fresh include a tri, o from Mos- said that Jack Smitey, se,ior es Lake, Dave Bray, pole vault- LUCHT & LUCHT southpaw, will be the savkng er; Vie Hudson, a high jumper, J 05 Rookery Bldg, Spokane pitcher. Smfley has a 1-1 rc- and Rum Reavis, middle dis-J NOTIC TO C--mTO'S No. 76499 r ord, with a win over Whman tance runner. [ In the Superior Court o1' the State nl C'llege and a oss to North- Also are included Gary Cle- [ W,shington. in snd for the COUOty Ot west Nazarene. man from Garfield of SeaCttle, [ Spokan .... " .... In the Matter of the Estate ct a .hurd*ler; Ed Netson, Colfax, I RICE E. ERICKSON, deceased. Gals Golf Group 440; Doug Ross, Bellevue, highJ Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed administratriu jump; Cal Weeks, Snhomish, of the above estate in this eou, t and Holds First Meet 440, and Ed Gehrig, Li, bby, has qualified accordingly, cud that all persons having' claims against said de- The hdies' section of the Mont., shot put and scus. ceased are required to serve claims, duly verified with necessary vouvher Indian Canyon goW club held Back from .last year's squad upon the undersigned at 306 Rookery its first meetixg April 1. An,- are juniors Don Be .hrma, Building, Spok .... Washington or upor* Lucht & Lueht, the att0rneys' of rec- one irterested i ii from Cervical, Valley, a pole ord at their office at 806 ookery Build- w' a begixmer r vauRer, aleld lVaro t ing. Spokane, Washingn, and file such claim with proof of such should contact Mrs. Ed  Vancouver, B. C., mMdle dis- service i the office of the Clerk of temaeher at 235-4416 or Mrs. tance runner and broad jump- the ave court at the t of Spoka,e. Washington. within six months after the John B. Murphy t 235-4902. er. Also returning are senior fit publication of this notice, or they Group lessons win start m Ed Hankins, Riehland, 440, and will be forer barred. Date of the first publication of this April 8. Spa'ague sophamere Charles notice is 3rd day of April, 1964. Irene M. Caldwell Adminlstratrix of MJcutt, "dLe runner, the above estate. The Savages open the out- Robert E. Lueht Attorney ALLEY ANTICS door season Saturday (April 4) 305 Rookery Bldg.. Spokane. Wash. (April 3-17) tervon in meets wth Whtt- Chen Antomatlve wrth lege and the Univer- Al'a Chevron Station 74 411 Higgina & Henderson 73 2 sity of IdalO  the Whit's Chen Auto Part  7 field in Spokane. Vtrgil's Enco Statiow 58 58 Brown& Holter 52 68 The complete schedule: Sunset View Ranch 52 64 April 4, University of Idaho Hillcrest Stables 49 Al's' Auto Parts 45 66]/ 70 end Whitorth, Spokane; April Bro a Holter 3069 ; Arc Auto Pans 11, Western Washington State 1036; Gordon Youn,K 638, 246. O,elogk Mixed College, Cheney; Awil 18, Cen- SplitsPin Pals & Misses 65/65 50,1 tral Washington State College, Sure res 5S 58 Ellensburg;  25, Whit- CometsS & W 57U57' 5858 worth and Whtm, an College, Amberites 551/z 60,. Spokane; May 2, Whitw>rt, Calverts Reserve 53 63 Ringin 5e 64 Clermy; May 9, Martin Rehys, S & W 240}, 857; Delbert Spear ra Walla; May 15-16, Ever- 205 Bill Stiffler 555, Herman Willms 555; Savallah Willms 168, 465; Jeanstte green Conference Meet, Bel- Stiffler 465. tin,Chain; May 22, NAIA (Whir- Cheney Bnae.mon worth) Spokane; June 5-6, Na- Fire Department 81 39 Cristia Church 67 3 tinIs, Sioux City, la. R. O. T.C. 65 55 Outlaws 62 58 Hacienda 00 60 Past Huntin Brow & Holter 43& 76 Frees 2992 ; Fire Department 1047 ; L. Holladay 202; T. Scott 53. ""'0"---' Season Wa Bench Warmers 31 20 S Aces 25 26 Sknnky Stinkers 23 271 Best Ever Beneh'Warmer$ 830 (2 games), 441 ; i Dwight Tavener 158, 296 (2 games). [ Timber Toppers -- Juniors l Tee.am 4 39 17 Kabat said. The two-week pos-sess.ion, cormisting primarily of work- shops, will be held from Aug. 10 throtrgh Aug. 21. INDUSTRY TOPIC AT ROTARY CLUB Tom Hogan of the American Sign Indicator Co. and Roy Lewd=s, assi'stant to the Presi- dent of General Telephone Co., t01d the Rohry Clu,b of the w0rk " the Association of W,ahri/tgton htdustri,es at the otary luncheon meeting to- day. AWl  made Up of a group of busi me from compan- ies of"  sizes. The speakers ephined how the associ,atin keeps ts members informed ,as to what is happenJng tc huness and employment in the state. It weighs the effects of legLsation affecti, ng all ph3ss of business through periodic buetins issued throughout the year. Its daly digest of bills introduced into the legislature has pved a very valuable service to many groups. Bond Sales Climb, Local Chairman Says "Febrty sales oT U. S. Sav- ings Bends in the state amount- ed to $5,462,928," volunteer community . savings bonds chairman Edward Betz an. ounced here today. "Combined with January's sales, 1964 is off to a god start in the state with ,total sales for the two months being $ 1,5'95,308." ALASKAN RELIEF OFFERING ASKED The ngfegation of the Che- rey Methodist church will be asked to spd. ,to Bishop Palmer's reque for a special offering for Alaskan earth- quake relief. This .offering wi. be taken at the mornRg worship ser- vice Sunctay, April 5. Team 3 34 22 Team 2 21 35 Team 1 18 38 Team 2 1882, 687; Lynn Hossum 218, 624. Koffee Kup Keglers G. I. Janes 61 47 Four Question Marks 6O 48 B Plus 59 49 Shirt Tales 56#z 51, Corny CobS 541z 531 Pill Rollers 48 60 S. O.G. 47 61 Krazy Kate$ 46 62 S. O. G. 2112; B Plus 737; Sabra Stewart 186. 495. Wlnesday Mixed Dis Ahles 62V 45/z Four Somes 581/2 491/z Go Macs 56 52 J. G.'a 53 ,5; Refugees 53 55 Barnts 52 56 3 M's & C 51]/ 56 Strugglers 451fla 621fl Barnts 2181; Strugglers 759; Frank Selfridge 197 ; Joe Bekc 524 ; Margo Adt 167, 499. Bowlerettes M N M Dive In 77 35 Hillcrest Fillies 71 41 Cheney Lanettes 53 58z Western Auto 53 9 IGA Baits 51 60 Holmes Hardware 47 64 Pinehurst Motel 47 65 Cheney Homes 461 651 Hillcreet Fillies 2470 w/h; M NM Drive I* 855 w/h; Sabra Stewart 51/ wo/h; Lil Greene 201 wo/h. Fireball Cheney Bowl 74 46 l. O. O.F. 66 54 Lutheran Church 65 5 Bill Hatch Trophy 63 57 System Amusement 58 611 Beehive 55Us 66 Jones' Resort 52 67/ Poor Boys 471A 72 Royda I Conley and arl Moos 5-10 split. Bill Hatch Trophy 3127, 1080; Herm WiIlms 92; C. C. Carter 211. Sign at a railroad crossing: The average  R takes a trldn to pa  croMg is 14 seconds--whether your car is on it or at. Va,xington's hungers hit an vOMrme bonanza in 1963, the State Came DeFartmet re- ported today. The 1963 game arvest to- tIs released today shw a take cff 5,246,060 game animals :and birds, the highest ever recorded in Washington. A tol of 293,800 hunted in 1963; those in put- : sut of uphnd birds ared the best. An estimated 125,000 per- sons hurted pheasants and ran a p a total of 651,000 birds gged, wMeh beat the old record high of 514,900 pheas- ants harvested in 1958. Records were also, esta.blish- ed in 1963 on harvest of grouse, quail, chukar part- ridge, and mourrAng dove. WaterfoWl hu,n;tes, talled 77,400 persons in 1963, hit a high on goose kill wi 70,- 200 birds 'accounted h>r, but ere well below the 1958 ke af ducks. Of all Washin, gton game srpecies, only band-tailed pig- c-on, bear, and rabbit showed a decrease in harvest corn- pared to the previous season. Treatment of seeds before sowing tak-ek tWo:forms: dusting with a seed protectant powder to control diseaae and inoculation with a bacterial growth stimulant to aid formation .of nodules by bacteria on .the roots of peas, beans, other legumes. Two different kinds of seed treatment will result in the production of better crops. The first is dusting seeds with a protectant, to con. trol diseases which may be present on the surface. The second is inoculation of seeds with a bacterial growth stimulant. Several types of seed protectants, each made specifically for car- tain kinds of seeds, are avail- able. Read the label to make certain you are buying the right kind for the seeds you wish to SOW. Begause many seedsmen pre- treat seeds of vegetables that particularly need such treat- ment, inspect the label on the seed packet first to find whether seeds have already been treated. Otherwise, treatment is simle -- as much of the protectant powder as will fit on the tip of a knife is added to the seeds in a packet. The packet is closed tightly and shaken to mix pew. der with seeds and then the seeds are sown.. An added amount of protectant, in excess of that suggested:: by the manu. tacturer, cado more harm than good. Inocultion is practised oRIy with aveds of legumes--the plant gro.up to which peas, beans and oens; ldlae and sweet pe all belong. 0nly legumes can profit by inoculation for these plants alone attract certain bac. teria which live on the roots el the plants. These bac{eri have the powel to take free nitrogen fr0m th air and "fix" .It in nodules which they produce on legume roots. Since nitrogen is the chemical most closely' ssoclated with plant growth, it is a desirabl addition to soil. ,When legtlminous crops ar harvested and the roots allowed to stay in the ground to decay, valuable nitrogen is added to th soil and better future crops re suit. Inoculdtf0t of s.ees aide t easy. The tn0cnlant, whfeh i a different to for dlfferem crops, Is mixed with water. Tht liquid is mixed Ith" /10 see wMeh are then sown, Legal Puplication ORDINANCE NO. 83 An ordinance granting to The Wash- ington Water Power Company, a Wash- ington corporation, its successors and assigns, a franchise for the purpose of furnishing the Towr of Airway Heights, Spokane County, Washington, and its inhabitants with natural, manufactured, and/or mixed gas. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF AIRWAY HEIGHTS, TVASHINGTON. Section I. Definitions.. The followirg definitions are provided for the sole purpose of proper interpretation and administration of this oMnance. 1. PUBLIC PROPERTIES shall mean and include streets, alleys, sidewalks, curbs, roads, highways, avevtes, thor- oughfares, parkways, bridges, viaducts, public grounds, public improvemerts, and other public places within the cor- porate limits of the Town. 2. "DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM," "SYSTEM," and "LINES" used either in the singular or plural mean and include the gas pipes, pipe lines, mains, laterals, conduits, feeders, regulators, meters, fixtures, connection,s, and all attachments and appurtenances, peces- sary incidental thereto or in any ''ay appertaining to the distribution of gas. 3. "MAINTENANCE," "MAINTAIN- ING," OR "MAINTAIN" mean ar shall include relaying, repairing, re- placing, examining, testing, inspecting, removing, diggng and excavating, and restorin,4 operations incidental thereto. 4. "CON,SUMER" means any person, persons, firm, association, municipal corporation, and/or corporation, that uses gas for residential, commercial and industrial purposes. 5. "GAS" means natural, manufac- tured, ant/or mixed gases. Section 2. Grant. The Tow of Airway }Ieights, Spokane County, Washington, hereinafter called the "'Town" or "Grant- or," grants to The Washington Water Power Company, a Washington, Corl)or- atio, hereinafter called the "Grantee," and its successors and assigns, the right, privilege, authority, and franchise "o construct, or otimrwise acquire, and to own, maintain, equip, ar.d operate plants and works, and all necessary or desirable sppurtermnces thereto, for the manufacture, purchase, transmis- sion. and distribution of gas, includi4 the right to construct, lay, maintain operate, extend, renew, remove, replace, repair, use, and operate a gas distri- bution system, in, urder, upon, over, across, and along the present and fu- ture public properties within the pres- ent or any future corporate limits of the Town for the purpose of trans- porting, distributing and selling gas (with the right an<l privilege to make such connections with said pipes as will enable the Grantee to supply gas) for heating, cooking, and any and all domestic, commercial, and industrial pur- poses, and other reasons and purposes in said Town and to the Town and its inhabitants, and persons, firms, asso- ciations, municipal corporations, and corporations therein. Section 3. Term. The rights, priv- ileges, an, d franchise hereby rranted to, sad corfferred upon, the Grantee shall, unless this franchise be sooner terminated as herein provided, extend for a term of twenty-five (25) years from the date of written acceptance hereof by the Grantee. Section 4. Construction. Grantee shall comply with all ordirmnces of the Town relating to construction, excavation, and the breaking, opening and closing v,.f ground in, public streets and properties. The standards for location of all mattes, laterals, and appurtenances, and their depth below the surface of the ground or grade of any public properties shall he determinet and fixed by the Towo Council by ordinan, re. Provided, that {he Town shall have prior right to the use of its streets and alleys for installation and mairtermnce of Town owned util- ity facilities and should a conflict arise with the Grantee's lines, the Grantee shall, at its own expense, conform to the requirements s.f the Tow owned utility facilities. All utilities, public or private, actually installed in such Puhlic properties prior to the installation of the lines and facilities of the Grantee shall have prefecence as to the positior- ing and location of such utilities actual- ly installed with respect to the Grantee. Stch preference shall continue in the event of the necessity of relocating or changing the grade of ary such public properties. Whenever the Grantee shall make or cause to be made excavations or shall place obstruction in public property of said Town. Orantee shall exercise reas- onable precaution to protect the public therefrom ; provided, however, that Grantee shall be amenable to the general and special lasTS of the State as are ir such cases made and provided. The Grantee shall repair and restore to as good or better condition all public and private properties disturbed during the construction, maintenance, repairing or removal of its gas system ar, d shall main- tain same ir said conditic for a period of five (5) years and in this behalf Grantee agrees and shall post a deposit with the Town Clerk at the discretion of the Town Council any reasonable bond, the amount thereof to be set by the Council. Whenever deemed ees- sary by the proper municipal author- ities, said Town shall have the right to appoint its engineer or a competent and experienced person to superintend an<i supervise the refilling of excavatiors made, and the expense of replacing and repairing of the portion of the public properties distrubed in the construction laying, operation and the maintenar:e of Grantee's gas system shall be at the expense of the Grantee. Should Grantee fail or refuse to restore and replace the same or better condition of such public and private properties within a reasonable period after completior of Grantee's construction, laying, re- moval, operating and maintaining "*york, the same may be restored by the Town at the expense of the Grantee. Sction 5. Public Properties and State Highways. If public properties other thal) highways within the corporate nmits of the Town form a part of the route of a state highway, the Grantee shall de- termine the requirements of the State and take them into account with respect to the use thereof by the Grantee. Sectio 6. Right of Ingress and Egress by Grantee to Consumer. The Grautee, its agents, servants, and employees shall have the right and power to require of every consumer a contractual right to ir, gres and egress upon, and from, any and all ffas costumer's properties for the purpose of installing, servicing, moving, changing, and reading meters, inspecting, rnaintsinin, or repairing meters, ar. for the purpose of testing, examining, or inspecting the connecting pipes, pipe lines, or laterals, ar appli- ances of the consumer, if, as and when the Grantee chooses. Sectio 7. Rules and Regulations of Granbee. The Grantee shall have the right and authority to make and estab- lish from time to time as the Grantee shall elect, reasoable rules and regu- lations for the conduct of the Grantee's business, sad with reference to fur- nishig, supplying and the sale of gas to any and all consumers within the Tow and to prescribe the forms of application and contracts to be executed by applicants and/or consumers before they shall be entitled to receive gas or gas service from the Gran, tee Provided. That the Grantee shall file with "he Town Clerk if reluested by ti Town. a copy of such rules and regulations i ami any amendments thereto as filed with the Washington Utilities and Trans- l>ortatior Commission. Section 8. Records of Location of Fa- cilities. The Grantee shall at all times keep full aud complete records showing the location of all gas mains and ser- vice cormections laid in the Town. Such  records shall be available to the Town at all reasorable times upon request therefor. Section 9. Moving of Pipes and Facil- ities by Grantee. If the Town should pave or otherwise improve public pro- parties, including drainage facilities, re- locate the same, or change the grade thereof, and such "'ork should require the relocation or movin of any por- tion of tbe distribution, system of the Grantee. the same, including relooating or readjusting the elevation of its lines and facilities to conform to such new grades as may be established, shall be done cxpeditiously by the Grantee and its successors and assigns at its own expense. All work to be erformed by the Grantee under this section shall be performed as may be reqnired by the terms of this franchise with reference to construction. Section 10. ,ervlce To Be Furnished. At all times durirg the term of this franchise, the Grantee. subject to its rules and regulaticam as filed with the Washington Utilities and Transporta- tion Commission, and subject.to avail- able natural gas supplies, shall promptly and without dscrhninhtior* furnish an adequate suppl of raur! 'gas to the Grantor and its aueeessors and to its inhabitants and persons and corpor- ations thereof who request the same, and shall require, construct, maintain. equip, and operate all r*ecessary facili- ties for the purchase, transmission, and distribution of natural gas :for the benefit and convenience of the Grant- or and its inhabitan4s, and the Grantee agrees to furnish service to any per- son, firm or corporation within the City desiring such service at the reg- ular established rates, where the fur- nishing c4 such services does not re- quire the extension of gas mains or service connections for a greater dis- tance, to any customer from existir*g mains, than required hy the Company's' Gas Extension Policy as filed with the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission an, i effect at the time such extension is requested. Section 11. Grantee to Save Town Harmless. The Grantee agrees to pro- tect and save harmless the Town from all claims, actions, or damages of every kind and description which rosy occur to, or be suffered by, ar*y perso or persons, corporations, or property by reason of the construction, operation, and maintenance of the Grantee's gas distribution system, lines an,d facili- ties, except such as may result from the fault or negligence of the Town or its employeR. In case suit or action is hr;.ught against the Town for dam- ages arising out of, or by reason of, the above :mentioned causes, the Grantee will, upon, notice to it of the com- mencement of said action, defenl the same at its sole cost and expense, and in case judgment shall be rendered against the Town in suit or action, the Gran,tee will fully satisfy said judg- merit within ninety (90) days afire said suit or action shall have finally been deternined }f determincd ad- versely to the Town. Upon the Grantee's' failure to satisfy :aid judgment within the n,inety (90) day period, this fran- chise shall at once cease anl terminate. The Grantee, by its accepance of this ordinance, for itself, its successors or assigns, covenants and agree to and with the Town at all time to protect a'l save harmless the said Town. from all claims, actions, suits, liability loss, expense or damage of every kind and description, which may accrue to or be suffered by a person or persons arisin out of the ownership, constructiou or operation of said gas system and by teaser, of any infringement of any patent of ar*y article or system used in the construction or use of said ga distributing system. Grantee agrees that during the life of its franchise, and/r renewals hereof, it will maintair* ir full force and effect with a carrier or car- riers satisfactory t the Town he following : (a) Compensation insurance comply- ing with all the Workmen'a insurar:'e sv*d safety laws of the State of Wash- ington, and amendments thereto. (b) Bodily injury liability insurance, with limits of $100,000.00 each person, and $200,000.00 each occurrence, and which insurance may eontair, a dcluct- able amount as may he approved by the Town" Council. (c) Property damage liability insur- ance, with limits of $50,000.00 each acci- dent, and $100,000.00 aggregate, which insurance may contain a deductable amount as may b: approved by the Towr, Council. (d) The Grantee shall furnish a bond to the Town in the sum of $5,000.00 conditioned as a franchise, street ob- struction and blasting bond and shall comply with the Washington Work- men's compensation and safety laws. and other State laws and general Town m'dinances relating to public health, welfare an,l safety, and as hereafter re- vised and/or amended. (el Nothirg herein contained ;lmll ever be held or construed so as to ebli- gate the Town, for the responsibility of 'he Grantee. Section 12. Sale of Gas to Town. If and when n,atural gas becomes available to the Grantee in marketable quan- tities, and the Grantor desires to tmr-[ chase such gas for its corporate se, the Grar*tee agrees, subject to available [ natural gas supplies, to sell to the Grantor [ reasonable quantities of natural gas at [ the lowest applicable rate in effect from I time to time. subject to the approval of [ authorized state and federal regulatory" agercies and applicahio laws govern- ing such rates. Section 13.Reeervotions. The Town re- serves the right to adopt and enforce all necessary ordinances to control the performance of the conditions of this franchise, includinr reasonable ordin- ances of a police nature iz the exer- cise of its police powers in the interest of public safety and for the welfare of the public. The Town shall have access at all reasonable times to any part of the plant or plants, facilities operations, and premises, of the Graree to make inspections and tests that may he required it, supervising the fulfill- ment by the Grantee of the terms of this franchise. Section 14.Time Limit for Start of Construction. The Grantee. by the ac- ceptance of this franchise, agrees that it will exercise diligence in extending its gas facilities to the Town and in the construction of a gas distribution system within the Town so that it will he in a position to sunply gas to the said Towr and its inhhitaants, insti- Ainu% firms nnd corporations as soon n , practicable .'fter uatural gas is made available to. the Grantee for such pur- }'e. In Co event gas is not available ir d]trHmtior, within the Town with- in, thrc (3) years from the effective! date ef this Ordinance, then in such cvcn this franchise shall terminate rnd l:c null and void without notice to ',=e Compeny. Section 15. Forfeiture. In case of fail- ::' by reason, of negligence or wilful a=t cn the part of the Grantee, its successors and assigns %o comply with any of the provisions of this Ordinance, r if the Grantee, its successors and assigns negligently or wilfully do or cause to be done aly act or thing prohibited by, or in violation of the terms of this franchise ordinance, the Granfee, its successors and assigns shall forfeit all right and privilege granted by this Ordinance and all rights thereunder shall cease unless such nor- compliance or prohibited act or thing is corrected within thirty (30) days after receipt of written notice of for- feiture directed to the Grantee, at its Spoakne, Washington, office by United States Mail. In the event the rights and i privileges hereby granted are not din : igently exercised in the public interest or in the event the Grantee shall fail for a period of one (1) month to o erate its gas distribtuion system, except in case of strikes or t he destruction of the same by fire or the elements or for any other reasors beyond the control of the Grantee, this franchise shall terminate and all of the rights and privileges granted hereunder shall cease and determine, without ay action of the Mayor and Town Council being necessary. Provided. That the. Grantee shall have the right temporarily to dis- continue distribution of gas through said distribution system or ary part thereof for the purpose of making re- pairs or extensions, and shall not be liable to a forfeiture therefor, if such repairs and extensions are made with reasonable diligence. When the Grantee may reasonably do so, it shall give notice of the discontinuance of gas either in writing, properly addressed to the cosumer or by notice in the of- ficial newspaper of the Town, or by telephone or other communications. Section 16.Remedies to Enforce Com- pliance. In additior to other remedies provided herein, the Grantor reserves and has the right to pursue any rem- edy to compel or enforce the Grantee, its successors and assigns to comply with the terms hereof and to furnish 'he service herein called for, and the pur- suit of any right or remedy by the Towr shall not prevent the Town from thereafter declaring a forfeiture for any reason bereir stated, nor shall the delay of the Town in declaring a forfeiture preclude it from thereafter doing re, unless the action of the Town shall ceiver, liquidators. Section 19. Not once shall rot be exclusive franchise, vent the Town fronl municipal gas the necessary plant, tcnanees thereto, frsnehises to such or corporations as-it in the public interest. Section 20. and its successors assign or sublet this the written corsent then only in its signmet and subletti ing upon the assigns arl ind the Grantee. and a ment or subletting the Town Clerk. Section 21.A sage and legal once, and if days after such shall indicate such filing with the Tow ditional written be executed failure of the Grantee: ordinance withi time shall be deemed by the Grantee, privileges herein expiration of said days, if not so and terminate unless shall be extended by ance duly passed Section 22. subsection, or phrase of this uncor.stitutional son, such decision validity of the this ordinance. Section 23.Effective ante shall, subject Section 16. be in five (5) days from, sage, approval, and (all at the cost of as provided by law. accepted as Irtroduced and 9ti day of March, Second and third this 23rd day and passed dimen. (s) Carl M. Attest:(s) Valrie A. Approved as to form (s) Roland C. (April ANTHONY 1327 Old National NOTICE OF REAL lo. In the Superior Washington i Spokane. In the Matter Notice is pliarce with the in the above 1st day of April, will on the 13th sell the following wit : The South 25 Block Twe y tion to in the City of Spokane and State i per map thcrec "A" of Plats, of the County together with the ings therein. All bids for in writing and signed administrator cr his 1327 Old National kane, Washington, the Clerk of noor on the 13th The bids shall offer and none the same is less tha Dated at Spokane. 25th day of March, Bernard Vedvig Anthony ,T. Felice 1327 Old National t Spokane, Washin Attorney for the f:April , PAUL F, 509-512 Radio NOTICE In the Superior Washington in Spokane. In the Matter RICHARD deceased. Notice is hereby signed ha been of the above has qualified persons havin ceased are required verified, with the undersigned at Spokane, Schedier the office at 509-512 trig, Spokane, such claim with vice in the office the above Court of Spokane, Wash after the first or they will Date of the first notice is 3rd day Marjorie utrix of the Paul F. Schedler 509-512 Radio Spokane, Washington' (April HAROLD 509-512 Radio OTICE OF No. In the Superior Washington in Spokane. In the Matter ARTHUR NELSOlq, State of Washiv kane.--ss. Ntice is Er furth, the estate, has rendered settlemewt to, and Court of Spokane her Final Account as and petitions tion of a asked to setth roperty to the heirs to the same. and ministratrix, and the 29th day of hour of 9:30 Court room of lot court, in the City Spokane County, for the hearing Final Account and button, at which person interested t appear and file ing thereto and Dated this 31st George Clerk of the By Fatrick K. (April Kelth, .... 514 Spoknae& NOTICE OF No. In the Superior Washington in and Spokane. In the Matter GEORGE ANTON State of Washin cane.--ss. Notice is Repsold, the estate, has rendered settlement to, and Court of Spokane ington his Firml mintstrator and a tribution of said Oourt is asked to have prevented, caused, or contributed distribute the materially to the failure to perform or or persons do the act or thing complain,d of. discharge the said Section 17. Removal of FacUlties. :in and that WednesdaY, the event the Tow declares this fran- April, 1964, at he chise to be fmffeited or upon its ter- a. m.., at the ruination and if it i n eaewed. the Superior Court. 'ill Town may require Iib tee o" its kane. in said succesors and assigr to remove wach duly :fiXed for the of its facilities fr the public proper- ment of said Final ties at its own expense as may inter- for. Distribui0n, fare with use of the Town treet, alleys or other public properties, ar*d if it becomes necessary for the Ton to do so, the Grantee shall pay the Town for the reasonable cost of such removal by the Town, Section 18. Binding upon Successors and Assigns. All Hghts and privileges granted and duties imposed by this ordir once upon the Grantee shall extend to, and be binding upon, its ucoessors, re- place any person may appear and writlr thereto Dated this Geo. E. Clerk BY Harr