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Page 8 Cheney Free Pres CHS Thinclads Finish Second In 4-Way Meet Floyd Cook&apos;s Cherts7 track team placed second in a four- way high school meet Tuesd, ay at Medical Lake. Medical Lake, with 701 tmits, won the meet. Cheney had 36 points, followed by Deer Park with 281/2 and Free- man with 26. Oheney tldads picked up four first ptas, topped by two individual fi, rss earned by Pn Tubbs. Tttbbs won the shot put and discus even. Dick Lee won the jvelin throw and the mile relay team al, so hustled home in first place. Cheney results, in order of finish, are ,as follows. Times and distances were nt pro- vided. 100 yard dash--Rosenzweig, i third; Parks, fourth. 220 yard dashRosenzweig, third; Liddell fourth. / 440 yard run--Liddell, third. 880 yard run--Morin, third; Tubbs, fourth. Mile--McMillan, fourth. Mile relay  Christianson, Guzman, Lee, Noel, first. Javelin--Lee, frist. Shot put--Tubbs, first. Discus---Tubbs, first; Lee, second. Relay Team Takes First At Ritzville Friday, April 10, 1964 ITrack Meet Here Pits EW-WWSC Eastern Washington Stae College faces Western Wash- ington Stae Saturday after- rmon ,m the season's first dfl track meet in the final year of the  career of Eastern's veteran mentor, W. B. Reese. The meet or. Woodward Field on the EWSC campus in Cheney will see field events startg at 1:3'0, and track events at 2 p. m. In ,their first outing, the Sav- ages met Whitwarth C011ege and the University of Idaho in a triargutar meet last week. Idaho watked ,away with the .hen, ors, scoring 102V2 points, Whitworth tallied 56 and Ease- Cheney finished 'ird in a tri-way hgh setmol track meet last Satur6ay at Pdtzx_le but the mile relay ream ,brou$ht home a Drst place ribbon. Rog, er Christianson. Randy Liddel, Ron Tubbs and Dan- ny Noel formed the re,ay team which zipped home first. It was the only first place garnered try Cheney but the orFhan tt0n, whose team finished sec- track team earned several see. lend in Evergreen Conferenee ends and irds. , I competition in 1963 in Rs first Co, nell won the mee, tel: easan in the spot, has three lowed by Ritzville in secona retuvnlin,g lottcrmen. They are and Cheney last. ] senior Roger Bean, No. 1, jun- CHENEY RESULTS Jor Karl Oa, No. 2, seior 100 yard dash--Randy Lid- Frank Bensel, No. 4. 00EWSC Opens League Play With 2 Games Baster Washingto State College opens Evergreen Con- terence basebal competion: Saturday afternoon in a double header ag skit Central Wa.s- ington Sate College, wth the first game starng t 1 p. m. game wl be seven inn'in+gs, .and will be phyed on the C;leney High Sclmol dia- mond. The Savages ,have bee, without their own baseball field since 1960 when construc- tion of the EWSC Hall af Sciences was begun. Eastern is 2-3 in Hen-league games, while Central, which opened conference competi- tion last Saturday against Whitworth College, has a 1-1 Evergreen record. dell, third. 220 yard dashGeorge Rosenzweig, second. 440 yard run4:raig Parks, third. Mile run--Bill McMillan, sec- ond. 880 yard reliay--George Rosenzweig, Roy Woo, Sher- man Guzman and Earl Hilton, second. Mile relay--Christianson, Liddell, Tubbs and Noel, first. Javelin--Dick Lee, second. Shot put--Ron Tubbs, sec- ond. TE HERE SATURDAY FOR 2 MATCHES With wins over Washington State Universi ani Udversi- ty of IdIm, Eastern State CI- lege's tenn teams fce paw- erful Seattle Pacific U mver- sity Friday aRernoon and Ooi. lege of Idah Saturday nmrn- ing. Both matches will be on the EWSC oourts in Cheney, with Friday's meet starting at 2 p. m. and Saturday's at 10 a. m. The Sawges' NaB. 1, 2, 3 ad 4 phyers, JOhn Hanser., tkm KTltrn, Dave Ado,ms d Bill Wright, are undreamed with two s each. Eastern's No. 1 dottbI team of Hanson and Knuen ,also are undefeated. Eastern meets G Uni. versity in Sp0kne Monday ,Mteraoan .at 3 p. m. ern 26//2. Sara,go coach Ed Chissus O ..... said lofty Jack Smiley, 1-2 fr my ,astern wzrmer was ........ ne saason aeplce a z Chuck Messenger, Evergree , . ..... :."  ........ r+ , .... ; earne run ,average, wiLl start - " 1" feet 3 inch one game, ,n,a uoug Morga,n, icon, who weI: 6 . ' i' -   . - .... , - l-u wth a 1 13 era, will prob- es ano ts expec[eo Lo repeat . . . ably be the starting ptcher for amroay. Otle!r Savage tracksrs who I the oher game. scored in the tri,anguhr meet | ' _ _ and are expected  garner , '=" poin Saturday are Gry ! Coleman, 220; Ed Hankins, i Kel Mlhe0 440; Dave Wilon, 880; Jack I Stewart, hree-mile; Bob Lein-,Gets 0utslandmg gang, 120 high hurdles and I 330 interTnediate hurdles; Edl Gehrirg, shot put, wrd Hat Alm Award Velikanje, .high jump. Kent Mathe.son, coach ofthe Golf T Medical Lake Hgh Shool bas- esm ketball team which finished secord in tl,e ste class A Opens Play ,tournamert, was named the outstandiHg Eastern Washing- At P ton Sa,te College Spokane- aSCO area Mtmmus Wednesday night. Easte, rn Washington State Maheson, a 1959 graduate Ctlege ope,ned golf ompei-of EWSC, was Frese.nrted a lion wih a practice match plaque by the awarding Spo- agaiast Coumba Rasin Jun- kane Savage Club t is annual ior College in Pasco Wednes- reception held at the Moose day afternoon. Lodge., Savage coach Steve Strat- As a garage baske,tball star, Maheson was the leading scorer hi 1958 and i959, :tn in the latter year wa,s captain 0,f he EWSC basketball team. Ma,t.he0,n joins two other Easern graduate-c0aches who had outstanding teams this year. One is Ire Leifer, a 1947 Joel Fin, a fresh, is No. 3, graduate, wlmse Rentan High senior Harold Kaehaa, No. 5, Sch0ol team finished second aral ph Ed Kolly, No. 6. Rod in he state AA bafke,t- (ree, who lettered kust yea, ,bal tournaert, and Ernie is chaleag'mg, ,nd rated as McKie, '50, whose Cathlamet No. 7 Stratton said. team won the State class B The Savage junior varsity title. team met a Spokane Commun- For ity co00ege GUN CLUB PLANS soon. The Easter wrsiy PRACTICE SHOOT NI lay Gonza, ga Uivvrsity to- day. Both maches were at had- ion C'a.nyou. Oheney G,u.n Cub will hold Your a practice shoot at  trap I(0,00 i Check Of Motor Boats Here Satpr00lay A cou,rtesy exan.inaz of tor boats by the Auxiliary Coast Guard will be held in Cheney tomorrow (Saturday) ,from 10 a. m, o 2 p. m. in back ,of Ed's Coro saian. The examindion is advisary orfly aml the ordy reyot made is to the owner of the crt. It .slauM nt be confused with the Coast Gtmvd boarding par- ties or law enorcemett agents. "The service is given by the Auxiliary Coast Guard free of charge fr the purpose of pro moing safe ,boafirg," Ray Everson said. Ayone ir/erested should big their boat ix) the station or eorttact Frans Lee t 235- 4758 or Everson at 235-4400. HIGH SCHOOL COMMUNITY WORK DAY A commtmRy work day, in which rhigh SmO1 studen will go out into he community on  arms, iRo the homes arid stores, and gain work experience by doing tual work that needs to be done, will be held Money, .April 20. The purpose of the day is ,to  money for 1,1 of the school's various activities. The dale this year will be April 20. In case of bad weather the work day wffl be held Wednesday, April 22. A great many people have already indicated their iterest. Sudents are ging to do ,al kinis of work---clean yards, pile wood, do ea, rpe4ay ,ad repair jobs, wa and iron, clean ,house, care for ehRdren, wash windows or cars, help wi the family mendiag, or other milar work. The lmus for students will be from 8:30 a. m. to noon, and 12:$) to 3":30 p. m. and he mimu,m wage will be 75 cents hr. All the money taken i will be p in the Student Body Gen- eral Fund. Plmae 235-6203 at the "I-Iigh Sclmol. NO ............................. CIS ........................ To be fffied out by persons desiring workers Employer,s Name .............................................................................. Address ................................................................................................ (Be sure and fill in) Type of work ..................................................................................... Approximate rmmber of ,hours you will need help ........................ Number of workers needed ........................ Boys Gils Give name of student or students if you havea preference. ......................................... . ...................... Sign, ature ........................................................ Empler Only ALLEY ANTICS Cheney Husinessmen Fire Department 82 42 R. O. T- C. 69 55 Christian Church 69 55 Outlaws 65 59 Hacienda 63 61 Nabisco 54 69]/ Free Press 49 75 Brown &Holter 44z 79z ROTC 1110, 3052 ; T. Laube 231 ; T. Scott 652. ' G Ocleck Mixed 69 Pin Pals 51 Splits & Misses 661/ 53/ Sure Fires 61 59 S & W 60]/- , 59/'- , Comets 581/2 611/2 Amberites 56V 631/ ; Rirgadings 55 05 Calverts Reserve 53 67 Sure Fires 2384. 840 ; Bill Stiffler 555, 221; Ferne Stuhr 506, 201. Cheney Automotive Al's Chevron Station 781/z 411/.., Higgins & Henderson'  76. 431/2 Cheney Auto Parts 62 58 Virgil's Enco Station 59 61 Brown & Holter 54 66 Hlllcrest Stables 52/ 67/ Sunset View Ranch 52 68 AI's Auto Parts 48//._, 71]/ Hillcrest Stables 2972 ; Cher-..y Auto Parts 1037; Gordon Young 572; Willis Matter 205. Koffee Kap Keglers G. I. Janes 64 ,8 Four Question Marks 64 48 B Plus 63 49 Shirt Tales 57/ 541/z Corny Cobs 571/: 5 4 "2 Pill Rollers 48 64 Krazy Kales .17 65 S. O. G. 47 65 Four Question Marks 2111 ; G. I. Jones 755; Sabra Stewart 243, 530. Timber Toppers -- Bantams Bench Warmers 34 20 Aces . 27, 26V2 Skunky Stinkers 24/ 291/2 Rts 22 32 Aces 884 ; Skunky Stinkers 457 ; Mickey Marion 139 ; Ricky Engel 267. Timber Toppers -- Juniors Team No. 4 39 21 }Team NC/i 3 36 24 Team }l. 2 28 37 Team No. 1 22 38 Team No. 1 1460, 538; Dick Harris 184; Lyr*n, Hossum 511. Wednesday Mixed Dis Ables 62/, 49]/2 our Somes 621/2 49 /2 Go Mass 57 55 J. G.'s 56 56 Barnts 55 57 Refugees 54 58 3 M's & C 521/,., 59, Strugglers 481,/:., 63)/_ , Strugglers 2319. 824 ; Joe Beke 199, 36; Frank Selfridge 536; Eloise Good- win 475; lat Goodwin 188. Fireball Final Cheney Bowl 76 48 I. O. O. F. 69 55 Lutheran Church 66 58 Bill Hatch Trophy 65 59 System Amusement 58/. 65 Beehive 55fi 68V., Jones' 'Resc.rt 541/z 691/.-, Poor Boys 51/ 72 Poor Boys 3029, 1045; llerm 'Willms 557; Bob Rogers 232. Bowlerettes M N M Drive In 80 36 ltitlerest Fillies 71 45 Cheney I,anettes 54 !/:2 611,( IGA Bairs 54.,. 61;, Western, Auto 54 62 Holmes Hardware 51s. 64', Ch'iy J["Io rues 501/./_, 65'/_, , ,nehurst Mott 1 4"i 69 Cheney Iomes 2446 w/h, 86I w/h ; Marie Isaksen 522 we/h, 188 Avo/h. "I saw the nnounce,m_nt o,.  )ur bvothex's funeral in the paper the .other day. How did he die?" "Oh, he fel/ hrogh some seaffotdin, g." " "What in he world w,as he doing up t?" "g haged." S00ay, 12, be- t, rlnTing ginning at 10 a.m. ] Ati members ave invited and[ N$ tropMes  be on .hand for[ award wivmers ,of the lose S-R[ tourrmment. [ Aard wimers are Ike Led- beer, Class A; Jake Heiyd,[ cassChss c.B' and Ernie Trodel, Chenev Free Press Edgett Bros. Annual SPRING SALE Here are some appliances in addition to the hundreds of items in our Spring Sale lasting through next week. 23" Walnut Table Model TV with base rest on casters-1 only $198.00 with trade. Beautiful 23" Lo-Boy console in walnut, reg. 379.95-1 only $288.00 with trade. 23" Lo-Boy Mahogany console Reg. 359.95 -1 only $278.00 with trade. FAMOUS BRAND NAMES ON TV'S Slightly used but like new tape recorder. Small, compact, very good pickup. Retail $129.95 $58.0O 30" Westinghouse Range.. Lift off oven door, storage drawer, auto. clock. 1001 positions on all four burners. SPECIAL $209.00 14 cu. ft. Westinghouse freezer-refrig. combination. 9.5 ft. refrigerator, 4.6 cu. ft. free00er SPECIAL $325.00 with trade Edgett Bros. Legal Publication ORDINANCE NO. 83 Grantor and its successors and to its An ordinance grantirg to The Wash- ington Water Power Company, a Wash- ington corporation, its successors and assigns, a frar*chise 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, WASHINGTON. Section I. Definitions.. The followirg definitions are provided for the sole purpose of proper interpretation and administration of this ordnance. 1. PUBLIC PROPERTIES shall mean and include streets, alleys, sidewalks, curbs, roads, highways, aver*ues, thor- oughfares, parkways, bridges, viaducts, public grounds, public improvemerts, and other Imblic places within the cor- porate limits of the Town 2. "DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM." "SYSTEM," and "LINES" used either in the singular or ialural mean and include the gas pipes, pipe lines, mains, laterals, conduits, feeders, regulators, meters, fixtures, connectiors, and all attachments and appurtenances. eces- sary incidental thereto or in any Way appertaining to tbe distribution of gas. 3. "MAINTENANCE," "MAINTAIN- ING," OR "MAINTAIN" mean ad shall it.elude relaying, repairing, re- placing, examining, testing, inspecting, removing, diggng and excavating, and restorin,g operations incidental thereto. 4. "CONSUMER" near*u any person, lersons, firm, association, municil)al corl)oration, and/or corporation, that uses gas for residential, commercial and industrial purposes. 5. "GAS" means natural, manufac- tored, an(l/or mixed gascs. Section 2. Grant. The Towr of Airway Heights, Spoka'ne County, Wasbington, hereinafter called the "Town" or "Grant- or," grants to The Washing-ton Water Power Company, a Washingtor Corpor- atb.r,, hereinafter called the "Grantee," and its successors and assigns, the right, privilege, authority, and franchise to construct, or otherwise acquire, and to own, maintain, equip, arid operate plants and works, and all necessary m' desirable appurter*ances thereto, for the manufacture, purchase, transmis- sion. and distribution of gas, includin,: the right to cnstruet, lay. maintain, operate, extend, renew, remove, replace, repair, use, and .operate a gas distri- bution system, in, umder, 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 Gran,tce to Supply gas) for heating, cooking, and any and all domestic, commercial, and industrial pur- poses, and other reasons and purposes ir said T(.wn and to the Town an,d its inhabitants, and persons, firms, asso- ciations, municipal corporations, anti corporations therein. Section 3. 'lerm. The rights, priv- ileges, and franchise hereby granted to, and corferred 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 inhabitants and persons and corpor- ations thereof who request the same, and shall require, construct, mair*tain, equip, and olerate all receesary facili- ties for the purchase, transmission, and distribution of natural gas for the benefit and convenience of the Grater- or and its inhabitar*ts, and the Grantee agrees to furnish service to any per- son, firm or corporation withir the City desiring such service at tbe reg- ular establisbed rates, where the fur- nishing of such services does not re- quire tile extension of gas mains or service cormections for a greater dis- tance, to any customer from existirg mains, than required by the Company's' Gas Extension Policy as filed with the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission and ir 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 may occur to. or be suffered by, ary persor or persons, corporations, or property by reason of the construction, operation, and maintenance of the Grantee's gas distribution system, lines and facili- ties, except such s may result from the fault or negligence of the Town or its employcs. In case suit or action is br(mght against the Town for dam- ages arising out of, or by reason of, the above mentioned cau:es, the Grmtee will, upon, notice to it of the com- mencement of said action, defen<l the same at its s(de cost and expense, and in case judgment shall be r=ndered against the Town in suit (r action, the Gran,tec will fully satisfy said ju(ig- nse)t within ninety (99) days aftre sam suit or action shall have finally been deter nined if determined ad- versely to the Ton. Upon the Crantee'F failm'e to satisfy said judgment within the rinety (90) day period, this fran- chise shall at once cease and terminate. The Grantee, by it accepancc ff this ordinance, for itself, its suecessors or assigns, covenants and agree to and with the Town at all time t( protect an,d save harmless the said Town, from all claims, actiors, suits, liability loss, expense or damage of every kind and description, which may accrue to or be suffered by a person or persons ll'islng out of the ownership, construction or o>eration of said gas system and by reasor of any infringement of any patent of any article or system used in the construction or use of said :<as distributing system. Grantee agrees that during the life of its franchise, and/or renewals hereof, it will maintair ir full force and effect with a carrier or car- riers satisfactory to the Town the following : Ca) Compensation insurance comply- ing with all the Workmen's insuran,-.e an 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, an, l which insurance may contai a deduct- able amount as may be 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 be approved by the Tow) Council (d) The Grantee shall furnish a bond to the T(>wn in the sum of $5.000.00 the breaking, opening  and closing- ground in, public streets and properties. The standards for location of all nain. laterals, and appurtenances, and their depth below the surface of tie ground r grade of an/ public proper!ies z:hall be determine,t and fixed by ',he To',xn Council by ordinan, ce. Provided, chat the Town shall have prior rigitt to the use of its streets ar, d alleys for installs!ion and mairten.ance of Town owned util- ity facilities and should a conflict arise with the Grantee's lis, the Grantee of conditioned as a franchise, street ob- struction and blastirg bond and xhall comply with the Washirgton "Work- men's compensation and safety laws, and o!ber State laws and general Town ordinances relating to public health, welfare and safety, and as bereafter rc- vised and/or amended. (e) Nothing herein c(;.ntained i;halI ever be held or construed so as to /,bit- gate the Town, for the responsibility of the Grantee. Section 12. Sale of Gas to Town. If shall, at its own expense, conform to and when netural gas becomes available tbe requirements f the Towr owned to the Grantee in marketable quan- utility facilities. All utilities, public or titles, and the Grantor desires to pur- private, actually installed in such public chase such gas for ts corporate use, properties prior to the installation of the Grantee agrees, subject to available the lines and facilities of the Grantee shall have preference as to the positior- tng and location of such utilities actual- ly installed with respect to the Grantee. Such prefererce shall continue in the event of the necessity of relocating or changing" the grade of any such public properties. Whenever the Grantee shall make or cause to be made excavations or shall place obstruction in public property of said Town, Grantee shall exercise reas- onable precaution to protect the public therefrom ; provided, however, that Grantee shall be amenable to the general and special laws of the State as are it* 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 and shall main- tain same ir said condition 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 amputee thereof to be set by the Council. Whenever deemed r.eces- 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 nnl 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 maintenarce of Grantee's gas system shall be nt 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 completion, of Grantee's construction, laying, re- moval, operating and maintaining work, the same may be restored by the Town at the expense of the Grantee. Sction 5. Public Propertie and State Highways. If lmblic Iroperties other thar highways within the corporate limits 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. Sectior 6. Right of Ingr and Egress by Grantee to Consumer. The Grantee, its agents, servants, and employees shall have the right and Dower to require of every consumer a contractual right natural gas supplies, to sell to the Grantor reasonable quantities of natural gas at the lowest applicable rate in effect from time to time. subject to the approval of I authorized state and federal regulatory agercies and applicable laws govern- ing such rates. Section 13.Rsservations. The Town re- serves the right to adopt and enforce all necessary ordinances to control the performance of the conditions of this franchise, includirg reasonable ordin- ances of a police nature ir the exer- cise of its police imwers 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 th e Gra'.ee to make inspections amt tests that may be required ir supervisir*g the fulfill- ment by the Grantee of the terms of this franchise. Section 14.Time Limit for Start of Construetion. The Grantee, by the ac- ceptance of this frarcbise, agrees that it will exercise diligence in execrating its gas facilities to the Town and in the construction of a gas distribution system within the Town so that it will be in a position to sumly gas to the said Towr and its inhsbitaats, insti- tutions, firms and corporations as soon as practicable after natural gas is made available to the Grantee for such pur- pose. In the event gas is not available for distributioI within the Town with- ir three (3) years from the effective date of this Ordinance, then in such event this franchise shall terminate I and be null and void without notice to he Company. Section 15. Forfeiture. In ease of fail- ure by reasor of negligence or wilful act on the part of the Grantee, its successors and assigns to comply with any of the provisions of this Ordinance, or if the Grantee, its successors and assigns negilgently or wilfu]]y do or cause to be done ar*y act or thing prohibited by. or in violation of the terms of this franchise ordinance, the Granbee, its successors and assigns shall forfeit all right and privilege granted by this Ordinance and all rights thereunder shall cease unless such non 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, Wasbingten, office by United ceivers, liquidators, Section 19, Not once shall not be exclusive franchise, and vent the Town from" municipal gas the necessary plant, tenar.ces thereto, or franchises to such other or corporations as it in the public interest. Section 20. and its successors and assign or sublet this the writte cosent then only in its signmert and ing upon the Grantee's! assigns and the Grantee, and a ment or subletting the Town Clerk. Section sage and legal ance, and if days after such shall indicate such filing with the Tow ditional written be executed according failure of the Grantee ordinance withi the time shall be deemed hy the Grantee, and privileges herein expiration of said days, if not so and terminate unless shall be extended by ance duly passed for Section 22. Validity. subsection, paragraph, or phrase of this unconstitutional or son, such decision validity of the this ordinance. Sectim 23.Effective ance shaH, subject to Section 16, be in full five (5) days from. sage, al)proval, and (all at the cost of as provided by law, accepted as Irtroduced and first 9th (lay of Second and third this 23rd (lay el' and passed on the votl cihuen. (s) Carl M. Attest:(s) Valrie A. Approved as to form: (s) Roland C. (April ANTHONY 137 Old National NOTICE OF REAL No. In the Superior Washington ir and Spokane. In the Matter ELMER EMMANUEL Notice is hereby pliaa, ce with the in the above 1st day of April, will on the 13th sell the following wit : The South 25 feet Block [y (20) tion to a] F s in the City of S] Spokane and State per map there6,f "A" of Plats, pa of the County Aud together with the ings therein. All bids for said in writing and signed administrator tr his 1327 Old kane, Washington, the Clerk of the above noer on the The bids shall speci offer and none will the same is less Dated at Spokane, 251h day of March, Bernard Vedvig Anthony J. Fetice 1327 Old ational Spokane, Washin Attorney for the (April PAUL F. 509-512 Radio NOTICE TO No. In the Superior Washington in Spokane. In the Matter RICHARD deceased. Notice Is hereby signed has been of the above estate has qualified accord! persons having ceased are required verified, with the undersignl at Spokane, WashingtOn' Schedler the office at 509-512 in,g, Spokane, such claim vice in the above Court of Spokane, Wash. after the first or they will be Date of the first notice is 3rd day Marjorie utrix of the Paul F. Schedler 509-512 Radio Spokane, (April HAROLD J. 509-51 Radio OTICE OF No. In the Superior Washington in Spokane. In the Matter ARTHUR State of kune.---tss. Ntice is Erfurth, the estate, has rendered settlement to. and Court of her Final Account as and petition to ir.gress and egress upon, and from, arw and all as costumer's !roperties for the purpose of installing, servicing, moving, changing, and reading meters, inspecting, maintaining, or repairing meters, and 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. Rult and Regulations of Grantee. The Grantee shall have the right and authority to make and estab- lish from time to time as the Grantee shall elect, teaser*able rules and regu- lations for the conduct of the Grantee's business, and with reference to fur- nishing, supplying and the sale of gas to any and all consumers within the Towr 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 Grantee Provided. That the Grantee shall file with the Town Clerk if requested by the Town, a copy of such rules and regulations and any amendments thereto as filed with the Washington Utilities and Trans- portatior Commission. Section 8. Records of Location of Fa- eilities. The Grantee shall at all times keep full and complete records showing the location of all gas mains and ser- cormections laid in the Town. Such records shall be available to the Town at all reaserable times upon request therefor. Section 9. Moving of Pipes and Faeil- itise by Grantee. If the Town should pave or otherwise improve" public pro- perties, including drainage facilities, re- locate the same, or change the grade thereof, and such work should require the relocation or movir*g of any per- tion of the distributior system of the Grantee, the same, including relocating or readjusting the elevation of its lines and facilities to conform to uch new grades as may be established, shall be done expeditiously by the Grar*tee and s successors and assigns at its own expense. All work to be performed by the Grantee under this section shall be performed as may be required by the terms of this franchise with reference to construction. Section 10. Service To Be Furnished. At all times durin the term of this franchise, the Grantee, subject to its rules and regulation as filed with the Washington Utilities and Transporta- tion Commission, and subject to avail- able natural gas supplies, shall promptly and without discriminatior furnish nn adequate supply of netural gas to the a States Mail. In the everc the rights and tion of said estate privileges hereby ranted are not dil- asked to settle igently exercised in the public interest property to the heirS or in the event the Grantee shall fail to the same, and for a period of one (1) month to op- ministratrix, and crate its gas distribtuion system, except the 29th day of in case of strikes or t he destruction of hour of 9:30 the same by fire or the elemerts or for Court room of any" other reasons beyond the control ior court, in of the Grantee, this franchise shall Spokane County, terminate and all of the rights and for the hearing privileges granted hereunder shall cease Final Account and and determine, without ary action of button, at which the Mayor and Town Council being person interested in necessary. Provided. That the Grantee appear and file his shall have the right temporarily to dis- ing thereto and continue distribution of gas through said distribution system or any 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 discor*tinuanee of gas either in writing, properly addressed Dated this 31st George Clerk of the By Patrick K. (April Keith, 514 Spoknae & to the cor*sumer or by notice in the of- NOTICE OF ficial newspaper of the Town, or by ]No. telephone or other communications. In the Superior Section 16.Remedirs to Enforce Com- Washington in pliance. In additio to other remedies Spokane. provided herein, the Grantor reserves In the Matter and has the right to pursue any rein- GEORGE ANTON edy to compel or enforce the Grar*tee, its successors and assigns to comply kane.---sS. with the terms hereof and to furnish the Notice is service herein called for, and the pur- Repsold, the suit of any right or remedy by the estate, has Towr shall not lrevent the Town from settlement to, and thereafter declaring a forfeiture for any Court of Spokane reason hereir stated, nor shall the delay ington his Fill of the Town in declaring a forfeiture mintatrator and preclude it from thereafter doing o, tribution of said unless the action of tbe Town shah Court is asked have prevented, caused, or contributed distribute the materially to the failure to perform or or persons do the act or thing complained of. discharge the said Section 17. Removl ,( :]eilitles. ][n and that the event the Towrdeela this ran- April, 1964, chise to be forfeited or npon its tore a. m.., at ruination and if  is not renewed, the Superior Town may requir"he Grantee or its kane, in said succesors and asslgrm to remove such duly fixed for the of its facilities from the public proper- meat of said Final ties at its own expense as may inter- for Distribution, fere with use of the Town streets, place any person alleys or other public properties, ar.d if it becomes necessary for the Town to do so, the Grantee shall pay the Dated this 1st day Town for the reasonable e0st of such Gee. E. FallquiSt removal by the Town. Clerk of the Section 18. Binding upon Suceesors By Harry and Assigns. All rights and privileges granted and duties imposed by this ordin once upon the Grantee shall extend to, i and be bindinw upon, its suceessors, re- Successful