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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, July 10, 1964 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway PALMERS AT CONVENTION ,Mr. and Mrs. George Palmer spent the past week as dele- gates ,to the convention in Bel- lirgham of World War I Bar- racks and Auxiliary. They als0 visited with Mr. and Ns. John Edy at Ctaltam Bay while there. The Choney-Me.cal Lake Barracks mad Auary No. 2,963 win hotd their next meeting .on July 14 at 8 p. m. at the City Haft. STAPLES MISS PET The nJse r,d confusion of the Pourth of JulY `holiday proved too much or "Piti," the old and quite eeble Pekingese dog belonging to the Bud Staples. She ,has disappeared ald the Staples ave quite con- corned that she glt have been hit by a car. They would appreciate hearing ,fom any- elm krmving anything about their pet. CAROLINE RASMUSSON WED IN SPOKANE Caroline Rasmusn was giv- en in marriage by `her ather, Jens Rasmussen, on Sundy afternoon to Richard Salsbery, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Salsbery of Salem, Ore. They wexe married at the Lynwood Seventh Day Adventist cnurc in Spokane by the bride's angels, Pastor Ehner Rasmus- sen, Eau Claire, Wis. The bride wore a white taf- feta gown with lace a, pplque and shouMer egt`h maching veil. Her sister, Evelyn, maid of honor; bidesmaids, Gwen Fry and Jewel] Rasmussen, and junior bridesmaid, Verna Rasmussen, aU wore identical street length dresses of ,green night h'g with heaŁ1 crowns )eattiful sight, a trip into the wilderness which can only be reached by boat, plane or pack horse. They continued on to Rocky Reach Dam, Wenatchee Lake state park, Stevens Pass summit, Rock Island Dam and to Moses Lake. LITTLE LEAGUE RESULTS The Lakers lost their ame last week 7-11 to the Cardin- als at Fairchild. The Falcons won over the Twins 17-4. They have won four games and lost three. The Bails were guests of the H. A. Daytona at their Waitts Lake home. The Lyle Fusons drove to Hebo, Ore., for a week of campirg and visiting their son Lyle Jr. Rev. Billups and family had Sunday dinner with the C%ar. eme Dobb'ms family. Mrs. Ray Schroeder of Seat- fie spent several days last week visiting with `her d, aughter, Mrs. AmelLa Gefford. Visiting with the John Hig- gins family at Cear Lake for the summer are Mr. i Mrs. SOFTBALL ORGANIZED I,. L. Stratton of Nevada, Me. This wevk will be a busy one tIang a picnic and fire works for the Girl's softball associa- on the Fourth at the Higgins tion. Having just organized were the Oscar Mussers, the under the Little League, 28 Earl Von Lesbos, Mabel Sheaf g, ages 9 through 14, are Sar`h Highfill, the Walt Von bust practicing. On Saturday Lehes and the Errol Engiishes. they will hem a car vcah at Mr. ,ad Mrs. Gee Simmons Fritz's Umen station and a of Seattle arrived o Thursday bake sale at Swigarts. The wth their family to spored She hours ,are 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. weekerd with the Jom Soth OPEN HOUSE PLANNED Mr. rand Ms. William Carl will bold open harms fr their frieTzds and neighbors on their 25th wedding almiversary on Wednesday from 2 p. m. until family. Mr. arm Mrs. Mrion Man- ning drove to Seattle or a week of business. The Ben Morgans and the Van Iamble'tons droe to #cent d'Alene for the Fourth. 9 p. m. An invitation is extend- Mr. ar;d ,Mrs. Harold StuEeit ed to al t,o join lem at their spert a week in Ix Angeles home at 220 N. HHet for a visiting with the Paul Bow- visit and to share cake and man, s, the Raymond Mfllers coffee, and the Henry Keirs. BROWNS HAVE DAUGHTER 1Vh'. and Mrs. DonaM Brown e FROM THE PAST are parents of a daughter, born Medical Lake -- 1934 at Deaconess Hospital on July 6. Donna Jean weighed in at About 200 attended the Sun- 7 pourds and 7 entrees. She day school convention held on joins a brother, Neff, at the the lawn of Miss Thee Hall's lmme. home. - AmoIg those attendi,ng fun- PERSONAL'MENTIONS eral services for Mrs. Mary day overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Groga and Rich- ard. lob Egbert spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. Ron McKin- ley, Mike and Brenda. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mill and' non were Surday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Okerstrom and Mrs. Boone Mill of Oheney. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Best were Fourth of July dinner guests .of Mr. and Mrs. John Edmiston of Marshall. Last Wednesd,ay Dorothy Stop, Mrs. Kent Sooy and Carol and Lauren Stop spe,nt quately guarded with barricades and lights so as to protect the public from hazard. Streets, sidewalks, parkways, and other public property disturbed in the course of the work shall be re- stored in a manner satisfactory to the Town. Article llI--Private Sewage Disposal Section 301. Wnere a public sanitary or combin,ed sewer is not available under the provisions of Section 104, the building sewer shall be connected to a private sewage disposal system complying with the provisions of this article. Section 302. Before commencement of i construction of a private sewage disposal system, the owner shall first obtain a written, permit signed by the Town's Plumbing Inslector. The appliaction for such permit shall be made on a form  furnished by the Town. which the ap- plicant shall supplement by any plars, specifications, and other information' as are deemed necessary by the Wown,'a Plumbing Inspector. A permit and in- spectior fee of five dollars ($5.00) shall be paid to the Town Treasurer at the time that the applicatior is filed. the day in Sprague. ORDINANCE NO. 312 An Ordinance regulating the use of public and private sewers and drains, private sewage disposal, the construc- tion, installation and maintenance of public and private sewers, and building sewers, the discharge of water and wastes irate the public sewer system, establishing charges for sewer connec- tier, s, establishing rates for sewer service, providing penalties for violation of this Ordinance, establishing lienu and providir.g for the enforcement thereof, repealing all ordinances or parts thereof in conflict herewith, and pro- viding for the effective date hereof. Be It Ordained By The Council of the Town of Medical Lake: Article I--Use of Public Sewers Required Section 101: It shall be unlawful for ary person to place, deposit, or permit to be deposited in an insanitary manner uper public or private property within the Town of Medical Lake, or in any area under the jurisdiction of said Towr*, any human or animal excrement, gar- bage, or other objectionable waste. Section 102. It shall be unlawful to discharge to ant natural outlet within the Town of Medical Lake, or ir any area under the jurisdiction of said Town, any sanitary sewage, industrial wastes or other polluted waters, except where suitable treatment has been provided in accordance with subsequer:t provisions of this ordinance. Section 103. Except as hereinafter pro- vided, it shall be unlawful to construct or maintain any privy, privy vault, septic tank, cesspool, or other facility intended or used for the disposal of sewage. Section 104. The owrer of all houses, buildings, or properties used for human occupancy, employment, recreation', or other purpose, situated within the Town and abutting on any street, alley, or right-of-way in which there is row locat- ed, or may in the future be located, public sanitary or combined sewer o the Town, is hereby required at his ex- pense to install suitable toilet facilities therein, and to connect such facilities directly with the proper public sewer in, accordance with the provisior of this ordinarce within sixty (60) days after date of official notice to do so, pro- vided that said public sewer is within one hundred (100) feet of said owner's Section 303. A permit for a private sewage disposal system shall not be- come effective until the installation is completed to the satisfaction of the Town's Plumbing Inspector. He shall be allowed to inspect the work at ary stage of construction ; and, in, any event, the applicant for the permit shall notify the Plumbing Inspector when the work is ready for firl inspection and before an.] underground portions are covered. The inspection shall be made within seventy-two (72) hours of the receipt of notice by the Plumbing Inspector. Section 304. The type, capacities, loca- tion, and layout of a private sewage disposal system shall comply with all recommendations of the Washin;ton Health Department and the Spokane- County Health Department. Iq> permit shall be issued for any private sewage disposal system employing subsurface soil absorption facilities where the area of the lot is less thar fifteen thousand (15,000) square feet except by written permission by the Plumbing Inspector. No septic tank nor cesspool shall be permltted to discharge to any public sewer or natural outlet. Section 305. At such time as a pub- lic sewer becomes available to a property served by a private sewage disposal syS- tem, as provided in Section, 104, a di- rect connection shall be made to the mblic sewer in compliance with this or- dinance; and any septic tanks, cesspools, and similar private sewage disposal facilities shall be abandoned and filled with suitable material. Section 306. The owner shall operate and maintain the private sewage dis- posal ficilities in a sanitary manner at all times, at no expense to the Town. Section 307. No statement con, tsined in this article shall be construed to inter- fere with any additional requirements that may be imposed by the Health Officer. Article IV--Protection From Damage, Power, and Authority of Inspectors, Penalties Section 401. 11o unauthorized person, shall maliciously, wilfully, or negli- gently break, damage, destroy, uncover, deface, or tamper with any structure, appurtenance, or equipment which is a part of the municipal sewage works. Any person violating this provision shall be subject to immediate arrest under charge of disorderly conduct. Section 402. 1o person shall discharge or cause to be discharged any storm of green ,net and bows. The bride carried a ge white orchid with surounng stunn- er flowers while the attend- ants carried nsegays of yel- low ˘hrysahemums and white carnations. Henry Yo of Mahya was the groom's best .man. Ushers were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hendricks in,rid Nina of Fort Collins, Colo., arrived Monday €o spend sev- eral weeks with the Bud Stap- les family. The George Palmers enter- talned with a cook out on the Fourth of July. Guts were Mrs. Anrm Malone, Bible Jean and Mary Ellen, Mrs. Leona Pearose ,and Mrs. Edna Sven- Phil Hais and Doug Sayle. are college Classmates of the couple. The brideuat son. Em I-Ii%chnmn oz reruam The Marion Kins also had mn the organ ,and Jim Hal! a barbecue on the Fourth with the  Mendeahalls of Fair- arother classmate, sang wea- eld and the George Palmers ding sgs. For her daughter's wg, as their guests. Mrs. Birdie Rasmussen ware a Mrs. Glen Galen and Dabble blue brocade dress and Mrs. of Bellingkam ,arrived Sunday S wore yellow jersey, to spend the evenkng with A reception f/)lowed gth their gran6mother, Mrs. Loons classmates servLug. Lea Eilen Pearose. She will retavr lome Rasmussen was in charge of with them for a t. the guest book. Pearl King arid her brother, The brkte attended school Glen Pedige, were hoday via- at Medical Lake but graduated itors at the home of Mr. and from high school at the acad- Mrs. Harold Towhy and chil- emy at Spangle. Both Mr. and d rn in Cheney. Mr. and Mrs. lrs. Salsbery graduated  in Ralph Pedgo were also guests. June from Walh Waa uoi- Mr. and Mrs. William Dur- King in Spokane were Mrs. property line, Minnie Harwood, Mrs. W. F. Artic}e II--Beilding Sewers and Con- Pillard, Mrs. Atton Piltard, nections Section 01. No unauthorized person Mrs. U. M. Gatewood ad Bil- shall uncover, make any conr.setions lie, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hagen, with, or opening into, use, alter, or dis- turb any public sewer, or appurten- Mrs. Nygard, Mrs. Louise Kme- once thereof, without first obtaining a der, aMr. and Mrs Guy Foher- written permit from the Town's Plumb- gilt, Mrs. John Larson, Mrs. P. ir Inspector. Section 202. A permit and inspection J. Lefevre, Mrs. LesSer Le- fe of five dollars ($5.00) shall be paid to the Town Treasurer at the time fevre and Mrs. Effie Scholer.hi the application is filed. The application Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wilkes for such permit shall be made on a form furnished by the Town. and chiMren of OrClmrd ave- section 203. All costs and expense in- hue, Mr. and Mrs. Gas Magnu- eidental to the installation and eon- son  fmTdly of Reardan and nection of the building sewe to the public sewer shall be borne by the owner. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wilkes pic- The owner shall be completely respon- nicked 'at Stanley Park Sun- sible for any damage to the Town sewers and shall indemnify the Town day. from ary los or damage that may di- rectly, or indirectly, be occasioned by the installation of the building sewer., 1944 Section 204. The building sewer shall L. R. Anderson will manage be east iron soil pipe, ASTM specifica- tion A74. or 'equal_ vJ " " e Dollev  a  ; =__z, o.r..au.a ; concrete sewer pbge ASTM specifieatmn while the Dollivers are on va- C14, or absestos-cement sewer pipe ASTM cat,on, specificatier C428; all as amended to Mr. arid Mrs. Jensen Lave date. Joints shall be tight and water- proof utilizing an approved rubber gas- purchased Mrs. Bla'cle Rice's ket seal. Any part of the building sewer that is located within ten (10) home. feet of. and less than three (3) feet Sgt. and Mrs. Claude Baker below, a water service pipe shall be Mrs. Harry Watson and Rose- constructed of cast iron soil pipe with leaded joints, or approved rubber joirL. mary ,and Rita Pait spe Sun- If installed in filled or unstable ground, day at Fish Lake. the building sewer shall be of east iron soil pipe, except that nonmetallic ms- Mrs. Jack Holt and Johnny terial may be accepted if laid on a suit- lege; she with a BA in home fee visited with friends in Ta- enrtained Wednesday for byabletheC°ncretep]umbingbed ..... Inspector.die as approved ecoroncs and he with a BS coma while attending a con- Mrs. Sheldon Vaughn and Noel section 205. The size and alom of in business administration, vcntion there. Last week visit- Mrs. Fuller and Linda, Mrs. the building sewer shall be subject to the approval of the Towr Plumbing After a brief honeymoon at ors at the Durfee ,home were Engleb.recht and Bobby, Mrs. Inspector; but, in no event, shall the Ocean Lake they will leave for Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Prter of Thompson and David, Mrs. Feb diameter be less than four (4) inches. Hutcson, Min., where she San Diego. Tt slope of such 4-in.cA pipe shall be will teach ,home economics and Mr. arid Mrs. Fritz Gilbreth ker .and Robert. foot.net leSSin thaninstancesOne-6ighthwhere a(1/8)singleinChbuild-per ing sewer serves more than one build- he will be .an accountant for ad girls of Metairie, La., are 1954 ing, the diameter of the building sewer the Maplewood Academy. spending two weeks visiting Dael Herbert Robinson, shall be nt less thar six (6) inches. with the Fritz Gilbreths and resident of Medical Lake 14 and subject ˘o approval by the T .... Plumbing Inspector. REV. HUBBARD the Harry Krells. years, passed away June 30. Section 206. Whenever possible, the SERVES CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. Claude Garner Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wilkes buildingbUilding atseWeran elevationShall be belowbr°ughtthet°base-the New duties of Rev. Winni- spent the Fourth of July at of Dishman, Mr. and Mrs. Bill merit floor. No buildirg sewer shall be fled Hubbard of the Cheney the Sam Sunderland `home in Berney ,and daughter, Gall, of of,laidanyparallelbearingt°' waller within,whichthreemight(3)there.feet Episcopal church will include C`heney. Moses Lake, Don Wilkes and by be weakened. The depth shall be the Medical Lake church. The Mr. ,and Mrs. Fank Baker `his bride and Mr. and Mrs. sufficient to afford protection from frost. The building sewer shall be laid at uni- Mr. and Mrs. Loche Lewis Walter Peterson of Watervilte form grade and ir straight alignment Hubbard's live in Gheney. drove to Weatchee on the and Mrs. Edith Wilkes spent in so far as passible. Changes in direc- " tions shall be made only with properly DURFEES HOME Fourth to picnic at Ohme Gar- Sunday at Sun Lakes park. curved pipe and fittings. No 90 ° elbows Mr. and Mrs. Witliam Dur- dens. On Sunday Mr. arid Mrs. and Mrs. Joe Bishop haveShall accessiblebe used, andcleanouts.all 45 ° bends shall fee returned home Monday af- Claude Morgan and Lomn_ie .have moved to their new home. section 207. In all buildings in which ter spending several days as were Sunday visitors at the The Wesley A. Huff family any building drain is too low to permit representatives of the local Locke Lewis home.  chapter .of Eastern Star to the Visiting with the Ernest Grand Chapter convention at Moriartys over the ',holiday Tacoma. weekend were Mrs. Myrt hase All members of Eastern Star and Patty of Moses Lake. and Ma,oic order ,are invited Fishirg was good at Curlew to attend a picnic on Sunday Lake over the weekerd. The at 5:30 at the Ry Butts Silver Ernest Ahlfs, the Bud Ahlfs Lake home. arm Billy :and ,the Ab Grfffiths camped out there. PICNIC CHANGED There ware 27 relatives and The Rebekah picnic, ached, friemds gathered at the Merle By Jennifer Jordan uld for July 18, has been Bacon home for a Fourth of SUMMERLINES RETURN chan, ged to July 25 at 6:30 in July picnic and fireworks in ROM CALIFORNIA gravity flow to the public sewer, tmn- wiil move into the house vaca- itary sewage carried by such drain shall ted by the Bishops. Mr. Huff be lifted by approved artificial means is the new school superin,tend- and discharged to the building sewer. Section 208. All excavations required en. for the installatior of a building sewer Mr. and Mrs Stanley St0rn shall be open, trench work unless other- wise approved by the Town Plumbing visited in Seattle and fished Inspector. Pipe laying and backfill shall at Westport. be performed in accordance with ASTM specificatior C12 except that no back- fill shall be placed until the work has been inspected. • Amber News • ,o,. .... tions shall be made gas tight and water tight. Cast iron leaded pipe jolt.is shall be firmly packed with oakum or hemp and filled with molten, lead, Federal Specification (QQ-L-156), not less than one (1) inch deep, Lead shall be run in pouri,g anc calked tight. No pain, the city park. NEW PASTOR ARRIVES Rev. Jim Perry and family have moved to Mediml I.ke the eveng. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Stmmer- varnish, or other coatings shall be per- Mr.. arid Mrs. Wer John- line and family returned from mitted on the jointing material until after the joint has been tested and ap- son ,are speng this week California Friday, where they proved. Rubber joints shall !coform to with the George  of had been vising friends and the provisions of the A. S. A. apeeifiea- tion A-21-11 for mechanicai-jint east- Downy, CaViL, at Roosevelt rehtives, iron pipe as amended to date. Vitrified clay, concrete, or asbestos cement sewer pipe shall be jointed with approved rubber gaskets. Connection between var- ious types of pipe may be accomplished with cement joints, or with special adapt- 'om Davenport. He  serve Lake. The Ccrub ,boys and the Assembly of God ctmrch, l,fvs. ERory spen the Fourth Other members of the family at Fairfield with 'Mr. and Mrs. ,are lVlrs. Perry, two teenage A}fred Bleisner. INAL MENTIONS Pourth of July guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Havris and faro- Mrs. lVude Di=t,berner and ily were Mr. ad Mrs. Mm'ris sons and twin daglters, who Mr. and Mrs. Mike Van Dern Goodwh and family, Mr. and are toddlers. Mrs. arie Lavson accom- of Pasco drove to Crabrook, Mrs. B Goodwin and family, partied Kathleen Davis, Cndy B. C., to visit reh$ives for see- Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Harris and era,1 weeks. I Mr. and Mrs. A1 Da and ram- Johnson ,amd Linda Black to Mr. atd Mrs. Jim Brant and lily. the Missionetes c0avention children of Ray, Wash., spent] Mr;nd Mr.s: Rn MK:irey, Tuesday and Wednesday of a few days at the ,home of JBTerma:..arm mKe,,mr.'a_a_ri ,last week. It was held at the Mrs Jo Hardin st wee I harry rzerce ana m_uy . ,, Glad Tidings Assembly of God Mr. ami Mrs_Duncan Nl]es J Mr. and Mrs. Dick Swarzeu church, of Lander, Wyo., arrived on la. famIy .. Bellevue pIc- GLASGOWS TAKE TRIP Wednesday to spend three nicKea at Williams Lake un- Mr.  Mrs. Hugh Cdasgew weeks at the Svensoa home. day evenL have returned from a week Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Teach of vacation with the Bud and Vancouver are here o spend a Lofty Glasgow amilies. The week visiting with relatives. trip, made with two station The A1 Svensor had 20 mem- wagons ,and a trailer, included bees of ,the family for the fis, sight seeing and stop Fourth of July at a backyard oves at Moses Lake, Steam picnic. Bea't Rock, Baks Lake, Con- T/Sgt. and Mrs. James lee Dam, Chief Josep Dam Johnson of Glasgow, Mont., via- and Lake Chelan state park. ited with the Jack Larsons and The stop over at Lake Chelan the Ray Andersons last week. included a boat trip to Stvhe- John Bal of Kent spent ,the kin. They report tis as a weekend at the John Balls. Mr. and Mrs. Howard lVhrsh md family, Mrs. Elsie Schraitt, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Marsh and family, Mrs. Josie Marsh, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Cummings and family arm John Fletcher were Fourth of July guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Calvert. Mrs. Bina Dummeier and Miss Franc Mason were Satur- day callers of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Calvert Mary Arm Brooks was a Fri- water, surface water, roof run-off, or unpolluted industrial process waters into the public sewer system. setion 403. No person shall discharge or cause to be discharged into the public sewer system any flammable or explo- sive liquid, solid, or gas, ar.y garbage not properly shredded, any ashes, cin- ders, sand, mud, oil, grease, straw, shavings, metal, glass, rags, feathers, tar, plastics, wood, or any other solid or vicous substance capable of causing obstruction to the flow in' sewers or other interference with the proper op- eratior of the sewage treatment facil- ity, provided that waste fluids contain- ing minute portions of commercial pe- troleum oils may be discharge into the mblic sewer system after the installs- with the provisions of this ordinance. Section 405. Failure to Connect when Required-Penalty. In the event the build- ing sewer and connection are not made within sixty days after the date of official notice to do so as provided in Section 104, above, then a penalty shall be assessed against such unconnected property for each month such property remains unconnected to the public sewer system, and such pen.alty, for each month, shall be equal to the charge for the monthly sewer service which would )e applicable to such nnconnected pro- )erty if it were connected to the public ewer system. Section 406. In the event the build- in sewer and con,nection are not made within one year after the time herein provided for. in Section 104, above. "he Sewer Department is hereby authorized and directed to cause the same to be made and to file a statement of the costs thereof with the Town Clerk, and thereupon' a warrant shall be issued urder the direction of the Town Coun- cil against the Sewer Fund for the pay- ment of such cost. Such amount, to- gether with a penalty of ten percent (10%) thereof, plus interest at the rate of eight percent (8%) per annum upon the total amount of the cost ad penalty, shall be assessed against the property upon which such building sew- er and connection has not been, placed as required, and shall become a lier thereon as herein provided. Such total amount, when collected, shall be paid into the Sewer Fund. Section 407. Any person found to be violating ant provisiort of this ordin- ance except Section 401 shall be served by the Town with written notice stat- ing the nature of the violation and pro- riding a reasonable time limit for the satisfactory correctior thereof. The of- fender shall, within the period of time stated in such notice, permanently cease all violations. Section 408. Any person who shall continue any violatier beyond the time limit provided for in Section 407 shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and. upon conviction thereof, shall be fined in, an amour*t not exceeding Two Hundred Dol- lars ($200.00) for each violation. Each day in which any such violation shall continue shall be deemed a separate vffense. Section 409. Any person violating any of the provisions of this ordirance shall become liable to the Town for any ex- pense, loss, or damage occasioned the Town by reason, of such violation. Article V--Property not Assessed Under Local Improvement District Number 1. Section 501. All property owners withil the Town of MedŁeal Lake, or in any area under the jurisdictiort of said Town, not assessed under Local Improvement District Number 1 may petition the Town for sewer service Then by paying to the Towr# Treasurer a lump sum of three hundred dollars ($300.00) said property owner will be allowed to connect to the existing sew- erage system of the Town. of Medical Lake. Section 502. All such construction shall be under the supervision of the Town, and the pipe shall be of the size, grade, and alignmen't a.s designated by the Town's Plumbing Inspectc/r usirg mater- ials and construction procedures as here- inbefore tated. Section 503. Should owners of ad- jacenec properties not assessed under Local Improvemer, t District Number 1 wish to connect to said constructed sewer within five (5) years of aid construction, the Town will reimburse the constructor of said line a sum ef one hundred dollars ($100.00) for each onTection. Section 504. All sewer lines constructed under this section of this ordinance lo- cated in streets, alleys, or easements will be owned by the Town of Medical Lake following acceptanv.e of the con- struction by the Town's Plumbing In- specter and shall be maintained by the Town. Article VI--Rates and Fees Section 601. The charges for public sewer service shall be npon the follow- inw morthly schedule: Separate family residence---S3.00 per nmnth per unit (including each unit of a duplex, triplex, etc.) tion of a grease trap irspected and Apartment Houses---S3.00 per month approved by the inspector. All commer- per unit. cial eating establishmerts shall install t Motel and auto courts--S3.00 per a grease trap inspected and approved month for first unit, and $1.00 per month by the City Inspector.  for each additional unit. Section 404. The Town's Superintend- Trailer Courts--S3.00 per month per ent, Plumbing Inspector, and other duly trait. authorized employees of the Towr bear- Garages and service stations without ing proper credentials and identifica-wash racks--S3.00 per nonth per each. : %ash racks--6.00 per month per :h spection, observation, measuremen't,| Restaurants, cafes, and taverns--e.vv sampling, and testir.g, in accordancelper month per each. ors available for the purpose. Section 10. The connectior of the building sewer into the publio sewer l shall be made at the end of the service' stub, if such is available at a suitable location. If the public sewer is twelve (12) inches in diameter or less, an4 no properly located "Tee" is available, the owner shall, a his expense, install a "Tee" in the public sewer at tle location specified by the Plumbing In- specter. Where the public sewer is greater than' fvelve (12) inches in di- ameter, and no properly locatl "Tee" is available, a neat hole raay be cut into the public sewer to receive the bundin sewer with entry at an anglo of about ninety degrees (90°), or less. The invert of the building sower at the point of connection shall he at the same, or at a higher elevation, than the invert of the public sewer. A smooth, neat joint shall he made, and the connection made secure and water tight by encseement in concrete. Special ' fittis may be used for the eonnee tior only when approved by the Plumb- ing Inspector. Section 11. The applicant for the building newer permit shall notify the Town's Plumbing Inspector when the buildir*g sewer is ready for inspection and connection to the public sewer. The connection to the public sewer shall be made under the supervision of the Plumbing Inspector, or his represen- tative. Section 212. All excavatious for build- ing sower installation shall be ado- Halls--S4.50 per month : Stores and commercial per month per each. Churches $6.00 per General Repair Shop --$3.00 per morth per  Manfacturin PlantS Employecs)--$10.00 Manufacturin PlantS Employees)--S15.00 per Dry Cleaning per each. Laundries $8.00 (or a sum equal to 50  current billing renter.) 00 High school--S80. Elementary Section 002. charge will be made to unoccupied property request of the owner ever, that a full charge shall be month sewer service is tinned and/or service charge shall effect while water property. Section 603. All age and penalties able at the office of on or before the 10th has bee issued come delinquent after sewerage bills shall one month and at the bills are rendered, upon a single All payments and stage service shall Sewer Fund. Section 604. All r#ections and serviceS, charges, provided in as may be hereafter with all penalties be a lien upon the such connections are such sewerage perior to all other brances whatsoever, taxes arid local forcemeut of such in the manner Section 605. As an current method of of said Town for Sewer Department is and directed at the days after the date of sewerage charges to service from the ervices are all such charges, sum of Ten (10) charges, plus eight (8) percent per unpaid charges and with the additional turning the have been paid. Article VII--Effective Section 701. dinance shall take upon passage and Section 702. or parts of ordinanceS with are hereby In, troduced this 1st Passed by the Town day of July, 1964. A E Denton MayOr Attest: E. A. Brewer, Jr, Approved as to Form Merritt A. Johnson, (July NOTICE Town of Spokane .CourtY, W.lashington, Treasurer. Notice is the Assess,merit Improvement the Town of been plaeed in Town Treasu.ver and that any be paid within the date of t%e ti'on of this penatty, interest Date of the of this 0tice: E.A. Town Spokane (JuIy n,!ts beginnings, the United States was a backward nation--far behind other nations in population, capital, labor, roads, schools, technology and many other, things. But our Constitution gave us some- thing that other nations did not have-- a form of government that encouraged people to use their skills, savings and ideas to advance themselves, confident that the rewards they gained could not be arbitrarily taken away. The result has been the finest record of industrial growth and achievement in history. For example, the investor-owned electric power industry that we're a part of--financed by the savings of of investors--has made us leading "electric nation." People like you and your sharing in the ownership ment of their local electric themselves and their the more people can do for the stronger America is Isn't it strange that people the Federal Government manage this or any industry sider their ideas Such ideas would set us of forward along the road leads to progress! WAS.,.GTO" WAn* Electric and Natural Gas Service Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, July 10, 1964 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway PALMERS AT CONVENTION ,Mr. and Mrs. George Palmer spent the past week as dele- gates ,to the convention in Bel- lirgham of World War I Bar- racks and Auxiliary. They als0 visited with Mr. and Ns. John Edy at Ctaltam Bay while there. The Choney-Me.cal Lake Barracks mad Auary No. 2,963 win hotd their next meeting .on July 14 at 8 p. m. at the City Haft. STAPLES MISS PET The nJse r,d confusion of the Pourth of JulY `holiday proved too much or "Piti," the old and quite eeble Pekingese dog belonging to the Bud Staples. She ,has disappeared ald the Staples ave quite con- corned that she glt have been hit by a car. They would appreciate hearing ,fom any- elm krmving anything about their pet. CAROLINE RASMUSSON WED IN SPOKANE Caroline Rasmusn was giv- en in marriage by `her ather, Jens Rasmussen, on Sundy afternoon to Richard Salsbery, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Salsbery of Salem, Ore. They wexe married at the Lynwood Seventh Day Adventist cnurc in Spokane by the bride's angels, Pastor Ehner Rasmus- sen, Eau Claire, Wis. The bride wore a white taf- feta gown with lace a, pplque and shouMer egt`h maching veil. Her sister, Evelyn, maid of honor; bidesmaids, Gwen Fry and Jewel] Rasmussen, and junior bridesmaid, Verna Rasmussen, aU wore identical street length dresses of ,green night h'g with heaŁ1 crowns )eattiful sight, a trip into the wilderness which can only be reached by boat, plane or pack horse. They continued on to Rocky Reach Dam, Wenatchee Lake state park, Stevens Pass summit, Rock Island Dam and to Moses Lake. LITTLE LEAGUE RESULTS The Lakers lost their ame last week 7-11 to the Cardin- als at Fairchild. The Falcons won over the Twins 17-4. They have won four games and lost three. The Bails were guests of the H. A. Daytona at their Waitts Lake home. The Lyle Fusons drove to Hebo, Ore., for a week of campirg and visiting their son Lyle Jr. Rev. Billups and family had Sunday dinner with the C%ar. eme Dobb'ms family. Mrs. Ray Schroeder of Seat- fie spent several days last week visiting with `her d, aughter, Mrs. AmelLa Gefford. Visiting with the John Hig- gins family at Cear Lake for the summer are Mr. i Mrs. SOFTBALL ORGANIZED I,. L. Stratton of Nevada, Me. This wevk will be a busy one tIang a picnic and fire works for the Girl's softball associa- on the Fourth at the Higgins tion. Having just organized were the Oscar Mussers, the under the Little League, 28 Earl Von Lesbos, Mabel Sheaf g, ages 9 through 14, are Sar`h Highfill, the Walt Von bust practicing. On Saturday Lehes and the Errol Engiishes. they will hem a car vcah at Mr. ,ad Mrs. Gee Simmons Fritz's Umen station and a of Seattle arrived o Thursday bake sale at Swigarts. The wth their family to spored She hours ,are 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. weekerd with the Jom Soth OPEN HOUSE PLANNED Mr. rand Ms. William Carl will bold open harms fr their frieTzds and neighbors on their 25th wedding almiversary on Wednesday from 2 p. m. until family. Mr. arm Mrs. Mrion Man- ning drove to Seattle or a week of business. The Ben Morgans and the Van Iamble'tons droe to #cent d'Alene for the Fourth. 9 p. m. An invitation is extend- Mr. ar;d ,Mrs. Harold StuEeit ed to al t,o join lem at their spert a week in Ix Angeles home at 220 N. HHet for a visiting with the Paul Bow- visit and to share cake and man, s, the Raymond Mfllers coffee, and the Henry Keirs. BROWNS HAVE DAUGHTER 1Vh'. and Mrs. DonaM Brown e FROM THE PAST are parents of a daughter, born Medical Lake -- 1934 at Deaconess Hospital on July 6. Donna Jean weighed in at About 200 attended the Sun- 7 pourds and 7 entrees. She day school convention held on joins a brother, Neff, at the the lawn of Miss Thee Hall's lmme. home. - AmoIg those attendi,ng fun- PERSONAL'MENTIONS eral services for Mrs. Mary day overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Groga and Rich- ard. lob Egbert spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. Ron McKin- ley, Mike and Brenda. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mill and' non were Surday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Okerstrom and Mrs. Boone Mill of Oheney. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Best were Fourth of July dinner guests .of Mr. and Mrs. John Edmiston of Marshall. Last Wednesd,ay Dorothy Stop, Mrs. Kent Sooy and Carol and Lauren Stop spe,nt quately guarded with barricades and lights so as to protect the public from hazard. Streets, sidewalks, parkways, and other public property disturbed in the course of the work shall be re- stored in a manner satisfactory to the Town. Article llI--Private Sewage Disposal Section 301. Wnere a public sanitary or combin,ed sewer is not available under the provisions of Section 104, the building sewer shall be connected to a private sewage disposal system complying with the provisions of this article. Section 302. Before commencement of i construction of a private sewage disposal system, the owner shall first obtain a written, permit signed by the Town's Plumbing Inslector. The appliaction for such permit shall be made on a form  furnished by the Town. which the ap- plicant shall supplement by any plars, specifications, and other information' as are deemed necessary by the Wown,'a Plumbing Inspector. A permit and in- spectior fee of five dollars ($5.00) shall be paid to the Town Treasurer at the time that the applicatior is filed. the day in Sprague. ORDINANCE NO. 312 An Ordinance regulating the use of public and private sewers and drains, private sewage disposal, the construc- tion, installation and maintenance of public and private sewers, and building sewers, the discharge of water and wastes irate the public sewer system, establishing charges for sewer connec- tier, s, establishing rates for sewer service, providing penalties for violation of this Ordinance, establishing lienu and providir.g for the enforcement thereof, repealing all ordinances or parts thereof in conflict herewith, and pro- viding for the effective date hereof. Be It Ordained By The Council of the Town of Medical Lake: Article I--Use of Public Sewers Required Section 101: It shall be unlawful for ary person to place, deposit, or permit to be deposited in an insanitary manner uper public or private property within the Town of Medical Lake, or in any area under the jurisdiction of said Towr*, any human or animal excrement, gar- bage, or other objectionable waste. Section 102. It shall be unlawful to discharge to ant natural outlet within the Town of Medical Lake, or ir any area under the jurisdiction of said Town, any sanitary sewage, industrial wastes or other polluted waters, except where suitable treatment has been provided in accordance with subsequer:t provisions of this ordinance. Section 103. Except as hereinafter pro- vided, it shall be unlawful to construct or maintain any privy, privy vault, septic tank, cesspool, or other facility intended or used for the disposal of sewage. Section 104. The owrer of all houses, buildings, or properties used for human occupancy, employment, recreation', or other purpose, situated within the Town and abutting on any street, alley, or right-of-way in which there is row locat- ed, or may in the future be located, public sanitary or combined sewer o the Town, is hereby required at his ex- pense to install suitable toilet facilities therein, and to connect such facilities directly with the proper public sewer in, accordance with the provisior of this ordinarce within sixty (60) days after date of official notice to do so, pro- vided that said public sewer is within one hundred (100) feet of said owner's Section 303. A permit for a private sewage disposal system shall not be- come effective until the installation is completed to the satisfaction of the Town's Plumbing Inspector. He shall be allowed to inspect the work at ary stage of construction ; and, in, any event, the applicant for the permit shall notify the Plumbing Inspector when the work is ready for firl inspection and before an.] underground portions are covered. The inspection shall be made within seventy-two (72) hours of the receipt of notice by the Plumbing Inspector. Section 304. The type, capacities, loca- tion, and layout of a private sewage disposal system shall comply with all recommendations of the Washin;ton Health Department and the Spokane- County Health Department. Iq> permit shall be issued for any private sewage disposal system employing subsurface soil absorption facilities where the area of the lot is less thar fifteen thousand (15,000) square feet except by written permission by the Plumbing Inspector. No septic tank nor cesspool shall be permltted to discharge to any public sewer or natural outlet. Section 305. At such time as a pub- lic sewer becomes available to a property served by a private sewage disposal syS- tem, as provided in Section, 104, a di- rect connection shall be made to the mblic sewer in compliance with this or- dinance; and any septic tanks, cesspools, and similar private sewage disposal facilities shall be abandoned and filled with suitable material. Section 306. The owner shall operate and maintain the private sewage dis- posal ficilities in a sanitary manner at all times, at no expense to the Town. Section 307. No statement con, tsined in this article shall be construed to inter- fere with any additional requirements that may be imposed by the Health Officer. Article IV--Protection From Damage, Power, and Authority of Inspectors, Penalties Section 401. 11o unauthorized person, shall maliciously, wilfully, or negli- gently break, damage, destroy, uncover, deface, or tamper with any structure, appurtenance, or equipment which is a part of the municipal sewage works. Any person violating this provision shall be subject to immediate arrest under charge of disorderly conduct. Section 402. 1o person shall discharge or cause to be discharged any storm of green ,net and bows. The bride carried a ge white orchid with surounng stunn- er flowers while the attend- ants carried nsegays of yel- low ˘hrysahemums and white carnations. Henry Yo of Mahya was the groom's best .man. Ushers were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hendricks in,rid Nina of Fort Collins, Colo., arrived Monday €o spend sev- eral weeks with the Bud Stap- les family. The George Palmers enter- talned with a cook out on the Fourth of July. Guts were Mrs. Anrm Malone, Bible Jean and Mary Ellen, Mrs. Leona Pearose ,and Mrs. Edna Sven- Phil Hais and Doug Sayle. are college Classmates of the couple. The brideuat son. Em I-Ii%chnmn oz reruam The Marion Kins also had mn the organ ,and Jim Hal! a barbecue on the Fourth with the  Mendeahalls of Fair- arother classmate, sang wea- eld and the George Palmers ding sgs. For her daughter's wg, as their guests. Mrs. Birdie Rasmussen ware a Mrs. Glen Galen and Dabble blue brocade dress and Mrs. of Bellingkam ,arrived Sunday S wore yellow jersey, to spend the evenkng with A reception f/)lowed gth their gran6mother, Mrs. Loons classmates servLug. Lea Eilen Pearose. She will retavr lome Rasmussen was in charge of with them for a t. the guest book. Pearl King arid her brother, The brkte attended school Glen Pedige, were hoday via- at Medical Lake but graduated itors at the home of Mr. and from high school at the acad- Mrs. Harold Towhy and chil- emy at Spangle. Both Mr. and d rn in Cheney. Mr. and Mrs. lrs. Salsbery graduated  in Ralph Pedgo were also guests. June from Walh Waa uoi- Mr. and Mrs. William Dur- King in Spokane were Mrs. property line, Minnie Harwood, Mrs. W. F. Artic}e II--Beilding Sewers and Con- Pillard, Mrs. Atton Piltard, nections Section 01. No unauthorized person Mrs. U. M. Gatewood ad Bil- shall uncover, make any conr.setions lie, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hagen, with, or opening into, use, alter, or dis- turb any public sewer, or appurten- Mrs. Nygard, Mrs. Louise Kme- once thereof, without first obtaining a der, aMr. and Mrs Guy Foher- written permit from the Town's Plumb- gilt, Mrs. John Larson, Mrs. P. ir Inspector. Section 202. A permit and inspection J. Lefevre, Mrs. LesSer Le- fe of five dollars ($5.00) shall be paid to the Town Treasurer at the time fevre and Mrs. Effie Scholer.hi the application is filed. The application Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wilkes for such permit shall be made on a form furnished by the Town. and chiMren of OrClmrd ave- section 203. All costs and expense in- hue, Mr. and Mrs. Gas Magnu- eidental to the installation and eon- son  fmTdly of Reardan and nection of the building sewe to the public sewer shall be borne by the owner. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wilkes pic- The owner shall be completely respon- nicked 'at Stanley Park Sun- sible for any damage to the Town sewers and shall indemnify the Town day. from ary los or damage that may di- rectly, or indirectly, be occasioned by the installation of the building sewer., 1944 Section 204. The building sewer shall L. R. Anderson will manage be east iron soil pipe, ASTM specifica- tion A74. or 'equal_ vJ " " e Dollev  a  ; =__z, o.r..au.a ; concrete sewer pbge ASTM specifieatmn while the Dollivers are on va- C14, or absestos-cement sewer pipe ASTM cat,on, specificatier C428; all as amended to Mr. arid Mrs. Jensen Lave date. Joints shall be tight and water- proof utilizing an approved rubber gas- purchased Mrs. Bla'cle Rice's ket seal. Any part of the building sewer that is located within ten (10) home. feet of. and less than three (3) feet Sgt. and Mrs. Claude Baker below, a water service pipe shall be Mrs. Harry Watson and Rose- constructed of cast iron soil pipe with leaded joints, or approved rubber joirL. mary ,and Rita Pait spe Sun- If installed in filled or unstable ground, day at Fish Lake. the building sewer shall be of east iron soil pipe, except that nonmetallic ms- Mrs. Jack Holt and Johnny terial may be accepted if laid on a suit- lege; she with a BA in home fee visited with friends in Ta- enrtained Wednesday for byabletheC°ncretep]umbingbed ..... Inspector.die as approved ecoroncs and he with a BS coma while attending a con- Mrs. Sheldon Vaughn and Noel section 205. The size and alom of in business administration, vcntion there. Last week visit- Mrs. Fuller and Linda, Mrs. the building sewer shall be subject to the approval of the Towr Plumbing After a brief honeymoon at ors at the Durfee ,home were Engleb.recht and Bobby, Mrs. Inspector; but, in no event, shall the Ocean Lake they will leave for Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Prter of Thompson and David, Mrs. Feb diameter be less than four (4) inches. Hutcson, Min., where she San Diego. Tt slope of such 4-in.cA pipe shall be will teach ,home economics and Mr. arid Mrs. Fritz Gilbreth ker .and Robert. foot.net leSSin thaninstancesOne-6ighthwhere a(1/8)singleinChbuild-per ing sewer serves more than one build- he will be .an accountant for ad girls of Metairie, La., are 1954 ing, the diameter of the building sewer the Maplewood Academy. spending two weeks visiting Dael Herbert Robinson, shall be nt less thar six (6) inches. with the Fritz Gilbreths and resident of Medical Lake 14 and subject ˘o approval by the T .... Plumbing Inspector. REV. HUBBARD the Harry Krells. years, passed away June 30. Section 206. Whenever possible, the SERVES CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. Claude Garner Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wilkes buildingbUilding atseWeran elevationShall be belowbr°ughtthet°base-the New duties of Rev. Winni- spent the Fourth of July at of Dishman, Mr. and Mrs. Bill merit floor. No buildirg sewer shall be fled Hubbard of the Cheney the Sam Sunderland `home in Berney ,and daughter, Gall, of of,laidanyparallelbearingt°' waller within,whichthreemight(3)there.feet Episcopal church will include C`heney. Moses Lake, Don Wilkes and by be weakened. The depth shall be the Medical Lake church. The Mr. ,and Mrs. Fank Baker `his bride and Mr. and Mrs. sufficient to afford protection from frost. The building sewer shall be laid at uni- Mr. and Mrs. Loche Lewis Walter Peterson of Watervilte form grade and ir straight alignment Hubbard's live in Gheney. drove to Weatchee on the and Mrs. Edith Wilkes spent in so far as passible. Changes in direc- " tions shall be made only with properly DURFEES HOME Fourth to picnic at Ohme Gar- Sunday at Sun Lakes park. curved pipe and fittings. No 90 ° elbows Mr. and Mrs. Witliam Dur- dens. On Sunday Mr. arid Mrs. and Mrs. Joe Bishop haveShall accessiblebe used, andcleanouts.all 45 ° bends shall fee returned home Monday af- Claude Morgan and Lomn_ie .have moved to their new home. section 207. In all buildings in which ter spending several days as were Sunday visitors at the The Wesley A. Huff family any building drain is too low to permit representatives of the local Locke Lewis home.  chapter .of Eastern Star to the Visiting with the Ernest Grand Chapter convention at Moriartys over the ',holiday Tacoma. weekend were Mrs. Myrt hase All members of Eastern Star and Patty of Moses Lake. and Ma,oic order ,are invited Fishirg was good at Curlew to attend a picnic on Sunday Lake over the weekerd. The at 5:30 at the Ry Butts Silver Ernest Ahlfs, the Bud Ahlfs Lake home. arm Billy :and ,the Ab Grfffiths camped out there. PICNIC CHANGED There ware 27 relatives and The Rebekah picnic, ached, friemds gathered at the Merle By Jennifer Jordan uld for July 18, has been Bacon home for a Fourth of SUMMERLINES RETURN chan, ged to July 25 at 6:30 in July picnic and fireworks in ROM CALIFORNIA gravity flow to the public sewer, tmn- wiil move into the house vaca- itary sewage carried by such drain shall ted by the Bishops. Mr. Huff be lifted by approved artificial means is the new school superin,tend- and discharged to the building sewer. Section 208. All excavations required en. for the installatior of a building sewer Mr. and Mrs Stanley St0rn shall be open, trench work unless other- wise approved by the Town Plumbing visited in Seattle and fished Inspector. Pipe laying and backfill shall at Westport. be performed in accordance with ASTM specificatior C12 except that no back- fill shall be placed until the work has been inspected. • Amber News • ,o,. .... tions shall be made gas tight and water tight. Cast iron leaded pipe jolt.is shall be firmly packed with oakum or hemp and filled with molten, lead, Federal Specification (QQ-L-156), not less than one (1) inch deep, Lead shall be run in pouri,g anc calked tight. No pain, the city park. NEW PASTOR ARRIVES Rev. Jim Perry and family have moved to Mediml I.ke the eveng. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Stmmer- varnish, or other coatings shall be per- Mr.. arid Mrs. Wer John- line and family returned from mitted on the jointing material until after the joint has been tested and ap- son ,are speng this week California Friday, where they proved. Rubber joints shall !coform to with the George  of had been vising friends and the provisions of the A. S. A. apeeifiea- tion A-21-11 for mechanicai-jint east- Downy, CaViL, at Roosevelt rehtives, iron pipe as amended to date. Vitrified clay, concrete, or asbestos cement sewer pipe shall be jointed with approved rubber gaskets. Connection between var- ious types of pipe may be accomplished with cement joints, or with special adapt- 'om Davenport. He  serve Lake. The Ccrub ,boys and the Assembly of God ctmrch, l,fvs. ERory spen the Fourth Other members of the family at Fairfield with 'Mr. and Mrs. ,are lVlrs. Perry, two teenage A}fred Bleisner. INAL MENTIONS Pourth of July guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Havris and faro- Mrs. lVude Di=t,berner and ily were Mr. ad Mrs. Mm'ris sons and twin daglters, who Mr. and Mrs. Mike Van Dern Goodwh and family, Mr. and are toddlers. Mrs. arie Lavson accom- of Pasco drove to Crabrook, Mrs. B Goodwin and family, partied Kathleen Davis, Cndy B. C., to visit reh$ives for see- Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Harris and era,1 weeks. I Mr. and Mrs. A1 Da and ram- Johnson ,amd Linda Black to Mr. atd Mrs. Jim Brant and lily. the Missionetes c0avention children of Ray, Wash., spent] Mr;nd Mr.s: Rn MK:irey, Tuesday and Wednesday of a few days at the ,home of JBTerma:..arm mKe,,mr.'a_a_ri ,last week. It was held at the Mrs Jo Hardin st wee I harry rzerce ana m_uy . ,, Glad Tidings Assembly of God Mr. ami Mrs_Duncan Nl]es J Mr. and Mrs. Dick Swarzeu church, of Lander, Wyo., arrived on la. famIy .. Bellevue pIc- GLASGOWS TAKE TRIP Wednesday to spend three nicKea at Williams Lake un- Mr.  Mrs. Hugh Cdasgew weeks at the Svensoa home. day evenL have returned from a week Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Teach of vacation with the Bud and Vancouver are here o spend a Lofty Glasgow amilies. The week visiting with relatives. trip, made with two station The A1 Svensor had 20 mem- wagons ,and a trailer, included bees of ,the family for the fis, sight seeing and stop Fourth of July at a backyard oves at Moses Lake, Steam picnic. Bea't Rock, Baks Lake, Con- T/Sgt. and Mrs. James lee Dam, Chief Josep Dam Johnson of Glasgow, Mont., via- and Lake Chelan state park. ited with the Jack Larsons and The stop over at Lake Chelan the Ray Andersons last week. included a boat trip to Stvhe- John Bal of Kent spent ,the kin. They report tis as a weekend at the John Balls. Mr. and Mrs. Howard lVhrsh md family, Mrs. Elsie Schraitt, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Marsh and family, Mrs. Josie Marsh, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Cummings and family arm John Fletcher were Fourth of July guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Calvert. Mrs. Bina Dummeier and Miss Franc Mason were Satur- day callers of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Calvert Mary Arm Brooks was a Fri- water, surface water, roof run-off, or unpolluted industrial process waters into the public sewer system. setion 403. No person shall discharge or cause to be discharged into the public sewer system any flammable or explo- sive liquid, solid, or gas, ar.y garbage not properly shredded, any ashes, cin- ders, sand, mud, oil, grease, straw, shavings, metal, glass, rags, feathers, tar, plastics, wood, or any other solid or vicous substance capable of causing obstruction to the flow in' sewers or other interference with the proper op- eratior of the sewage treatment facil- ity, provided that waste fluids contain- ing minute portions of commercial pe- troleum oils may be discharge into the mblic sewer system after the installs- with the provisions of this ordinance. Section 405. Failure to Connect when Required-Penalty. In the event the build- ing sewer and connection are not made within sixty days after the date of official notice to do so as provided in Section 104, above, then a penalty shall be assessed against such unconnected property for each month such property remains unconnected to the public sewer system, and such pen.alty, for each month, shall be equal to the charge for the monthly sewer service which would )e applicable to such nnconnected pro- )erty if it were connected to the public ewer system. Section 406. In the event the build- in sewer and con,nection are not made within one year after the time herein provided for. in Section 104, above. "he Sewer Department is hereby authorized and directed to cause the same to be made and to file a statement of the costs thereof with the Town Clerk, and thereupon' a warrant shall be issued urder the direction of the Town Coun- cil against the Sewer Fund for the pay- ment of such cost. Such amount, to- gether with a penalty of ten percent (10%) thereof, plus interest at the rate of eight percent (8%) per annum upon the total amount of the cost ad penalty, shall be assessed against the property upon which such building sew- er and connection has not been, placed as required, and shall become a lier thereon as herein provided. Such total amount, when collected, shall be paid into the Sewer Fund. Section 407. Any person found to be violating ant provisiort of this ordin- ance except Section 401 shall be served by the Town with written notice stat- ing the nature of the violation and pro- riding a reasonable time limit for the satisfactory correctior thereof. The of- fender shall, within the period of time stated in such notice, permanently cease all violations. Section 408. Any person who shall continue any violatier beyond the time limit provided for in Section 407 shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and. upon conviction thereof, shall be fined in, an amour*t not exceeding Two Hundred Dol- lars ($200.00) for each violation. Each day in which any such violation shall continue shall be deemed a separate vffense. Section 409. Any person violating any of the provisions of this ordirance shall become liable to the Town for any ex- pense, loss, or damage occasioned the Town by reason, of such violation. Article V--Property not Assessed Under Local Improvement District Number 1. Section 501. All property owners withil the Town of MedŁeal Lake, or in any area under the jurisdictiort of said Town, not assessed under Local Improvement District Number 1 may petition the Town for sewer service Then by paying to the Towr# Treasurer a lump sum of three hundred dollars ($300.00) said property owner will be allowed to connect to the existing sew- erage system of the Town. of Medical Lake. Section 502. All such construction shall be under the supervision of the Town, and the pipe shall be of the size, grade, and alignmen't a.s designated by the Town's Plumbing Inspectc/r usirg mater- ials and construction procedures as here- inbefore tated. Section 503. Should owners of ad- jacenec properties not assessed under Local Improvemer, t District Number 1 wish to connect to said constructed sewer within five (5) years of aid construction, the Town will reimburse the constructor of said line a sum ef one hundred dollars ($100.00) for each onTection. Section 504. All sewer lines constructed under this section of this ordinance lo- cated in streets, alleys, or easements will be owned by the Town of Medical Lake following acceptanv.e of the con- struction by the Town's Plumbing In- specter and shall be maintained by the Town. Article VI--Rates and Fees Section 601. The charges for public sewer service shall be npon the follow- inw morthly schedule: Separate family residence---S3.00 per nmnth per unit (including each unit of a duplex, triplex, etc.) tion of a grease trap irspected and Apartment Houses---S3.00 per month approved by the inspector. All commer- per unit. cial eating establishmerts shall install t Motel and auto courts--S3.00 per a grease trap inspected and approved month for first unit, and $1.00 per month by the City Inspector.  for each additional unit. Section 404. The Town's Superintend- Trailer Courts--S3.00 per month per ent, Plumbing Inspector, and other duly trait. authorized employees of the Towr bear- Garages and service stations without ing proper credentials and identifica-wash racks--S3.00 per nonth per each. : %ash racks--6.00 per month per :h spection, observation, measuremen't,| Restaurants, cafes, and taverns--e.vv sampling, and testir.g, in accordancelper month per each. ors available for the purpose. Section 10. The connectior of the building sewer into the publio sewer l shall be made at the end of the service' stub, if such is available at a suitable location. If the public sewer is twelve (12) inches in diameter or less, an4 no properly located "Tee" is available, the owner shall, a his expense, install a "Tee" in the public sewer at tle location specified by the Plumbing In- specter. Where the public sewer is greater than' fvelve (12) inches in di- ameter, and no properly locatl "Tee" is available, a neat hole raay be cut into the public sewer to receive the bundin sewer with entry at an anglo of about ninety degrees (90°), or less. The invert of the building sower at the point of connection shall he at the same, or at a higher elevation, than the invert of the public sewer. A smooth, neat joint shall he made, and the connection made secure and water tight by encseement in concrete. Special ' fittis may be used for the eonnee tior only when approved by the Plumb- ing Inspector. Section 11. The applicant for the building newer permit shall notify the Town's Plumbing Inspector when the buildir*g sewer is ready for inspection and connection to the public sewer. The connection to the public sewer shall be made under the supervision of the Plumbing Inspector, or his represen- tative. Section 212. All excavatious for build- ing sower installation shall be ado- Halls--S4.50 per month : Stores and commercial per month per each. Churches $6.00 per General Repair Shop --$3.00 per morth per  Manfacturin PlantS Employecs)--$10.00 Manufacturin PlantS Employees)--S15.00 per Dry Cleaning per each. Laundries $8.00 (or a sum equal to 50  current billing renter.) 00 High school--S80. Elementary Section 002. charge will be made to unoccupied property request of the owner ever, that a full charge shall be month sewer service is tinned and/or service charge shall effect while water property. Section 603. All age and penalties able at the office of on or before the 10th has bee issued come delinquent after sewerage bills shall one month and at the bills are rendered, upon a single All payments and stage service shall Sewer Fund. Section 604. All r#ections and serviceS, charges, provided in as may be hereafter with all penalties be a lien upon the such connections are such sewerage perior to all other brances whatsoever, taxes arid local forcemeut of such in the manner Section 605. As an current method of of said Town for Sewer Department is and directed at the days after the date of sewerage charges to service from the ervices are all such charges, sum of Ten (10) charges, plus eight (8) percent per unpaid charges and with the additional turning the have been paid. Article VII--Effective Section 701. dinance shall take upon passage and Section 702. or parts of ordinanceS with are hereby In, troduced this 1st Passed by the Town day of July, 1964. A E Denton MayOr Attest: E. A. Brewer, Jr, Approved as to Form Merritt A. Johnson, (July NOTICE Town of Spokane .CourtY, W.lashington, Treasurer. Notice is the Assess,merit Improvement the Town of been plaeed in Town Treasu.ver and that any be paid within the date of t%e ti'on of this penatty, interest Date of the of this 0tice: E.A. Town Spokane (JuIy n,!ts beginnings, the United States was a backward nation--far behind other nations in population, capital, labor, roads, schools, technology and many other, things. But our Constitution gave us some- thing that other nations did not have-- a form of government that encouraged people to use their skills, savings and ideas to advance themselves, confident that the rewards they gained could not be arbitrarily taken away. The result has been the finest record of industrial growth and achievement in history. For example, the investor-owned electric power industry that we're a part of--financed by the savings of of investors--has made us leading "electric nation." People like you and your sharing in the ownership ment of their local electric themselves and their the more people can do for the stronger America is Isn't it strange that people the Federal Government manage this or any industry sider their ideas Such ideas would set us of forward along the road leads to progress! WAS.,.GTO" WAn* Electric and Natural Gas Service