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Pae 6 Cheney Free Press Friday. August 6, 1965 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway League Baseball Players To Picnic The Falcons and the Lakers and their families will mve a pottuck picnic tonight at 6 at the bar field. Awards and tro- phies will be given. The Falcons Lost their last game on Wednesday to Chatta- roy with a score ,of 15-11. Top hitters were Rieky South, John Lurid and Prod Volt Lehe. The Lakers also lost their g-ne which was with the Kais- er lues on Tuesd,ay. Both teams are out of the finals now. YOUNG ADULTS MEET FAeveI cotples attended the Yotmg Aduts get-together at the home of the Ken Broyles mily. The SmAthpeters were cohsts. They enj,oyed water skiing, swimming and picnick- ing Snday. An accident was suffered by Walter Klug, wlmse arm was entangled in the ski rope. GUN CLUB EVENTS MeL Arnold attended the Spokane Gtm Club event Sun- day where ,his sons were en- tered from the Pulhman Gun CIub. They are Lloyd and Gene Avn, old. Mrs. Mel Arnold vis, fled wih Mr. and Mrs George De and lter that day the AvnoLds visited with the Dave Oau. ATTEND FUNERAL The Cl.aude Beatties attend- ed the funeral on Thursday of a former resident of Espanla, M. Helen Du.ncton. She had lived in the Glasgow lme a r2mbev of years ago. A son, DanaI, d. survives at Pomeroy. Mr. Dundon preceded her in death by a few years. ATTEND FUNERAL AT MOUNT VERNON Mr. and Mrs. Clark Cole ctr0re to Mount Vernvn Wed- needay to attend the funeral f Mrs. (le&apos;s briber, DeWitte Hzleton. Mrs. Ernest Freytag of Kendrick, Idaho accompan- ied them. Mrs. Cole ,has ,been attend'rag the lectures at the Morma Church in Spokane. wlich are a part of the Brig- ham Young Education Week. REBEKAH PICNIC The Pebelh picnic w:held at he hme of Mabel Shoal Sattrday with 40 attending. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kirclmffer and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Garner of Spmgue and Mrs. John Han- dy of Post Falls attended. SALMON LIMIT CAUGHT The Clarence Rider family enjoyed a week's vacation at Cmnano Ishnd and at Mt. Rain- Park. Chvence and Mike a spent one day salmon g at Westport and re- p0vted gett their limits. The A. L. Pillards drove to End, Ore.. last Monday f a few days stay. Patty ks returned with them for a week. M. Betty Hopper of Spo- kane spe the weekend with the JMm McKowns. Mr. nd Mrs. Tom Davidson of (Mlirnia are spending sev- evM days at ,the Ben Mergan home. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Morse children returned from a eek vaoatim in Califor- nia where they vited Dney. hnd, Yosemite Park aml San Facio. They returned along the Coast and sited in Tacoma with Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Morse before coming ome. ,IVrs. Patrick Haynes and Sa- fina arrived at the Forrest C,D:rk home for a stay while Haynes is stationed on Guam. Johnny Barnes, National Commander of Royal Rangers spoke Sunday at the Assembly of God Church. Visiting with the Ernest A,hlSs on Monday were Mr. and Mrs. Niles Burman of Portland. OvernigM guests Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. lobert Woods of Lead Point. Mrs. lay /nderson visited Thursday with Mrs. Lottie Feidter at Priest River. Mrs. Anna Murray and Mrs. Joseph Weber of Spokane left Wednesday for Minnesota to visit with relatives. Mrs. Clara Robin,son of Mc- Cleary is spending a few days visiting bet brother, Arlie Bar- felt and Mrs. Iartelt. The Claude Beatties visited with the Lester Aherns Wed- nesday and were dinner guests. Also present were their house guests, the Walter Abbott fam- ily of Vancouver, B. C. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Swan- son ,and family of Lyle are spending several weeks with the Earl Swansns. Sunday the Ab Griffiths ,and the Earl Svcanns drove to Naples, Ida. to pick huckleberries. Mrs. Ethel Stales, Pam S- ples ,and Janie Tyson drove to Mihn to visit the Don Staples family. The George PaLmers accom- panied by Peggy Dokken of Cheney and Mr. ,and Mrs.. Cteo Allen, atterded a potluck pic- nic at Deer La'ke Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Jolley drove to OouLee City Sunday morning to visit W. M. and C. K. Jolley. That afternoon they visited ,Mr. and Mrs. Wade Troutman 'at Bridgeport wlm were celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary. Mrs. Sam Booher of Cheney visited with Mrs. Jolley on Friday. The Barracks and AuxfiiaTy of World War I Post 2963 will meet 'at the City I-hll on Aug. 10 at 8 p. m. to discu the Dis- trivt ,meeting at Cheney on Aug. 15. Espanola News By Katherine Hal|away Sandra Reitmeier, Steve Greenwood Married Saturday Miss Sandra Reitmeier, dau!ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Os- car Reitmeier. and Steve Greenwood, .son of Mr. an( Mrs. Darrell Greenwood, of Pasco were married Saturday afternoon at the Cmmunity Church in Medical Lake. The Rev. Charles Biups of. ficiated at the double ring cere- mony. Marie Parmeter arid Jea, n Huchins ,of Pasco provid- ed the music. The bde wore a slim medL fled Shea, th gown of wMte or- ganza with .bands of lace and satin ribbon cLreling the skirt and edging the kubuld sleeves. A dethable train was con- reed at the waist. Her shoul- der-length veil was attached by a circle of seed pearls. The bride, given in marriage by ,her father, carried a bou- quet of daisi.'es, her s0vodt fl<rver, in baby blue, veio and white. Bdemaid Theresa Nilles i wore white with blue accesser-i ies and flowers. Judy Hines of Medical Lake --.1936 George Love, den, Who has cond prvpvrty m the o1 well districts in CuDank, lVlkmL, arted that L. P. Jack- son it oil on  adjoining ls. ,Mr. Loden said he hopes to mve a test well drifted on his hnd before the summer is over. Dois I-hm, daughter of Mr. rd Mrs. ,F. A. Harem, was maxed to S. A. CarlSon of Ykima Tueay at the lmme : of the Rev. U. F. Hawk in Spo - kane. Mrs. Miriam Bowen report- ed the arrival of a , bern Saturday to Mr. and M. HY Gibbon of Slmkane, waist seven pounds, two otlle. Ararg the families of new- evs wlm ,have moved to MeclivM Lake re ,Mr. and Mrs. Danks. They have re(wed into !the ]muse north of the Metho- idist ctmrvh. Medical Lake- 1945 Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Teseh entertained a,t a birthday din nov WednesdaT or Judy Hey- er. Present were Mr. and Mrs. John Slook, M. Agnes Hey- e', Mr. ad Mrs. Arley Hayer, and Judy and Mr.  Mxs. A. L. Teseh, Lois and Geraldine. Mr. Shell V;augbm and Mr. Hamp tetra, ned Saturday after three weeks traning on B-29's at O City. Mr..and M_s. FraYs Ander- sen nd chldre are spot, cling the week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Robinson. .Mrs. Michael and children rettwned lmme Sunday from a month tn Cherokee, Iowa. Miss Joyce Dickenson of Spo- ke'no :spent two days at the home of Mrs. C. M. Jerue. Bremerton, flower girl, carried a basket of daisies and petals and wore a white dress with blue trim. Ross Reitmeier was ring bearer, and Becky and Da- vid Greenwood were cadle lighters. reenwood was attended by Tom ttinkle of Long Borsch, Calif. Ushers were Jerrold Mc- Laghlin and William Warren of Spokane and Pasco. The mother of the bride wre a royal hlue knit suit with white ,aeces.sovies and the bridegroom's mother was at- tired in an azure btue dress with white accessories. The reception for friends and rehtives was ,held on the Lawn at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Gilbreth, close friends of the bride's family. About 250 attended. Serving the wedding cake were Mrs. Don Wynia and Mrs. Phil Tarhert; serving the cof- fee was Mrs. John Reitmeier and at the punch bowl was Mrs. Jerry Hines. Claudine Dehlinger, Char- lene Swegart and Barbara Boyce were ,at the gif table and Margie Greenwood at the guest book. The rehearsal din. nor was held on Friday eve- ning at the Reitmeier home. Mr. and Mrs:. Steve Green- wood will continue their stud- ies ,at Eastern Washington State College this fall where they ,are both majors in, music. CLIMBERS RETURN Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Wybor- ney and Mary are hwne after two weeks of hiking and chmb-' ing. They spent several days hiking with their son, Joe at[ Mt. Rainier. After returning from tla jaunt they drove to Glacier National park to climb the Sperry Chalet. From there. they met their son, Henry, and ibis alnily t I-Iidde lke for :a visit and some more chmb- ing. Later they climbed the Granite Park Clmlet and spent the night ad then returned to reat Falls to finish their visit with the Henry Wybor- neys. HAS BIRTHDAY PICNIC Cindy Von Lvhe celebrated her ghth birthday on Sunday with a picnic at the Waitts hke home of Pl Schmitt. Go- ing from ,here were Mr. and Mrs. Loren Vor} Lehe and fam- ily, Wayne Hodgsm and Na, ,dine Van Stone and the S*an- ley Swansons. Mr. and Mrs. WillY, am Peper and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Weipert of Waukn Lso tte,rded. VISITORS AT JOHNSON HOME Visiting with the Fred Jhn- sons this past week were Mrs. August Johnson of OkLahoma and Rose Sliezer and Malt LOO- mis of S, pokmae, ,Mr. and Mrs Jack Perry of Colville, 'Mr. and Mrs. Ronatd Hardenbrook af Permsylvania and Helen Joahn- soI and .children of California. The Melvin Bullet Samily of Long Island, N. Y. are 'sl)end- ing this week at the Joansms. REITMEIERS HAVE GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. Sack Reitmeier and Sons hve been at the Os- car leitmeier ,home and the Jim Owen home at Four Lakes since Thursday. They left Mon- day for their ,lmme at Ka'am-i ath Falls. Other guests were! Mr. and Mrs. Clvemee I-Iuska and' fmally of Bellevue. Sunday evening 'the Owens family held a amily picnic 'at their .home. Jerafd Reitmeier left Tuesday by car for Chicago where he ,began work Monday r Gen- eral Mills. Mrs. Lavina Swanson as the guest of tmnor at a bLrthday bridge pxy Thursday 'at the hme of Mrs. Dorothy Monk at Edwll. The Gary Webleys picnicked at Porcupine Bay Stm6ay with Mrs. Lula Tilson and Mr. and Mrs. John Lessen" of Moses Ipa, ke. Katherine Holloway, Pemw, Nina and Jean FAy drove to Waitts Lake Saturday to be overnight .guests of Phil Shmitt. Sunday they were din- nor guests of the Maurice Nel- son lairdly at Colville. Gretchen Graham was a Stm day ,guest of Janice Cogswell. ,Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wood- huse ,of Lamont were Smlay dinner guests ,at the Gus Pehr- son ,ome. The Gordon Hedgsons were Sumhy supper guests of the Bb Mcoes family near Es- panola. Evelyn Will,ms spen Friday visitiIg with Charlie and An, hie Plucker. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Mlford, who have been with [the Willms for two weeks, left Friday morndng to visi with the Bob Kirks at Pomeroy and to continue on home to Tucson, Ariz. Sunday visitors at the WiLms were Mr...nd Mrs. Vic Meyers and Mrs. Lena White. They attended a dinner at Sol- versons in Spokane. Saturday MEXICO'S CHAPULTEPEC PARK] IS CITY PLANNER'S IDEAL Many cities, large and small, take pride in their parks. Chapultepec Park, pride of Mexico City, combines many features to bring city planners rom all over the world to study its wide diversity of attractions and carefully enhanced natural beauty. A pleasure and cultural cen- ter catering to the tastes of everyone including millions of delighted U.S. tourists, Chapul- tepee is a blend of old-world charm and dazzling modernity. There is the historic Castle where the ill-fated Emperor Maximilian and his Empr.ess Carlota lived. Part of the Castle houses the National History Museum. Beside it, high above the lake, where fountains play and boatmen splash, are the three dimensional displays in the Museum of Independence Among the features of the Park are the Poet's Walk, the zoo, which has a continuous his- tory from the time of the royal gardens of Montezuma, botan- ical gardens, a house of mir- rors, bridle paths where Mexi- co's "charro" horsemen parade and perform, the Rancho La Tapatia where bullfights and rodeo events take place, a mini- ature railroad, the National Au- ditorium seating t8,000, a school of art, school of dance, and three legitimate theaters, as well as the polo grounds. The park also has one of Mexico's finest restaurants, an architectural masterpiece of modern design, as well as a pop- ular priced restaurant also o fascinating and harmonious de- sign. The park's reservoir and water treatment plant is one of the many sightseeing spectacu- lars of Mexico City with under water murals by Mexico's famed artist Diego de Rivera. Nearby in the park is the offi- cial home of Mexico's Presi- dents, Los Pinos. A small but unique amuse- ment park, including a roller coaster, has structures decorat- ed with mosaics that make if; appear like a fun house in a fairy story. Three new muse- urns have recently been added, including the magnificent Na- tional Museum of Anthropology and Archaeology, which was moved from downtown }gexico City. Four Lakes By Mrs. Sidney Larson 4-H CLUB CAMP Five girls from the Busy lngers 4-H Chtb ,are enjoying a week's stay at the 4-H camp on Lake Chatcolet in Idaho. Girls attending are Elaine Phil- lipson, Bea Beck. Linda Hart- ford, artha Yocu:m and Sandy Barrick. VISITS GRANDPARENTS Bily Backer has returned to is home in ohLer, ,after a week's visit with his grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. John !Backer. Ricky Backer is now !visiting with them ,and Mike Becker is spending this week with Virgil: S*anderfer. MRS. STANDERFER HOME FROM THE HOSPITAL Mrs. la,rie Standerfer is home rom the ,hospital and is feeling very well, after major surgery. Call, ors at the Stan- derfers last week were Mrs. Marcia Mace. Mrs. Louie Nel- sma, and from Spokane, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Krout and Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Croden. Friday Mr. aat Mrs. Standerer called on the. Bob Seotts. The week- end yeas spent at Deer Lake wth *heir two youngest grand- children accompanying them. RADON IS R IN SWIMMING Kenny Radon .attended an open age rou'p swim meet July 31 and Aug I in Pullman. He won first phee and gold medals in 100 yard free and 200 yard individual medley; second place silver medals in 50 yard back and 50 yard but- terfly; third place bronze reed- the W" ,films and Colleen and Mr. and Mrs Claude Bemttie at- tended the Spokane: indians ball.game. The Indians vn over Vancouver. Thursday Luneheon, guests at the Frank Selfridge home were Mrs. Merv Kessinger and i amily of Spokane. Friday eve- sing the Bob Rogers of Oheney visited. Sunday dinner guests i were Mr. and Mrs. Dtmne Brndt :and boys of Seattle. Joanne l.Msk returned home after spending a month at Astoria, Ore., with the Har- vey Rupps and the Jack Burk. harts. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. John Labh, Mr. :and Mrs. Gar- nett Backs and Mr. awd Mrs. Don Ray.spent the day on ,Mon- umental iKountMn. Renzil MeLain and Amanda berts sited with Clayton Lmseh ,in a Spolane convales- cent Imrne on Saturday. Jim  is ,home for a va- cation with the Bill McCurins from 'Concord, Calif. On Sun- day they visited Tilth the John McGourins and Mrs. Grace Philleo at Sangle while Gary M, alm visite with Terry Kon- red in Spokane. Dater in the day they visaed with the Do} Lambert family at Chancy. Sunday evening the Selfvidg- e,s ,and M}eky Moriarty visited with the Leonard Jacksons, who ,are camping on the old Harrison place near here. The Ernie Moriaritys visited Sunday with the Jhn auer i family. The Don McCndles family of Chermy visited_ with the Moriaritys Wednesday eve- ning. al in 50 yard free styte. Total points for the two dy meet earned ,him a trophy for the high point boy in 11 nd 12- year old division. VISITORS FROM CALIF. Mr. and Mrs. Iv, a Stuart o{ China Lake, Calif., have been visiting with rel, atives, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Van Camp and Mrs. Hattie Van Camp this week. Mr. ,and Mrs. Kenneth Bruce and Kathy and Steve from Longview, a nephew of the Van Camps, has also, been vis- iting here at the same time. Mr. ard Mrs. Jack Reitmeier and sons from Kh,math FallS, Ore., visited with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Van Camp Sund,ay. BARRICKS GO TO WALLA WALLA Mr. and Mrs. Leon Barrick and Iathy and Doug went to W, alh Walh last Friday and spent the weekend with Mrs. Barrick's mother, Mrs. H. L. Davis. Sandy Barrick had been visiting with her grandmother and returned home with 'her pares and Kathy remained for a three week visit. Miss Gayle Wilcox is spend- ing :her acation visiting her aunt. Mrs. Madge Emehiser in Karl. Mont. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wilcox went to Libby, Mont. Sunday. The Wilcox children spent the day with their grandlrents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Spear. Mrs. Del Standefter and children and Mrs. Delmer Fitz- ner ,and children 'went to Plummer, Idaho hst Tuesday ,and visited Mr. and Mrs. Law- rertce Griffon. Bonita Stander- fer remained with her grand- parents for a two weeks stay. Mr. and Mrs. John Becker ad family spent the weekend at their cottage on Cocolalla ake in Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. Harid Scott arid family from Kent, spen he weekend vith Mr. and Mrs. Robert Scott and the rls court family. Saturday ngbt they all had a barbecue dinner at the Robert Scoffs. dra ad Don Jenicke spent the weekend at the Seventh Day! Adventist Church Camp at Priest lake. Last Friday Mrs. A. L. Lar- sn and Leigh Ann and Mrs. Sidney Lars0n went to Colville and later visited with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schmid at Addy. Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Larson and children called at the Sidney Larsons. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Manly re- turned from a trip to Canada ncd Gacier park. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Andrews returned to Kent, after visiting here with relatives. Mrs. Elain Canning returned with them for a week's visit. Mrs. Barbara M, attausch underwent major surgery Sat- urday. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pendell, nd aunt, Mrs. Jessie Sileock, called on her Sunday. Lois Webber and Harold Pendell Jr. called on Mrs,. Jesse Silcock Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Martin from Moses Lake have been visitirg with Mr. and Mrs. Don FAC2LITIES BY GRANTEE. Town should pave or puLlic properties, including cilities, relocate the same, the grade thereof, and such require the relocation or portion of the distribution the Grantee, the same, locating or readjusting the its lines and facilities to such new grades as may be shall be done expeditiously by tee nd its successors and its own expense. All work formed by the Grantee under tion shall be performed as quired by the terms of this with reference to Section I0. SERVICE TO NISHED. At all times durin of this franchise, tim to its rules and regulations with the Washington Transportation Commission, ject to available ntural shall promptly and withe tion furnish ar adequate ural gas to the Grantor cessors and to it inhabitants, sons mi corporations thereOf quest the same, and shall struct, maintain, equip, all necessary facilities for chase, transmission, anal of natural gas for the convenience of tim Town habitants. Section 11. GRANTEE TOWN HARMLESS. The to protect and save harmless from all claims, actiurm, of every kind and descri may occur to, or be person or persors, perry by reason of the operativr*, and maintemnce of toe's gas distributior system, Jaekie Lynn Karttbrd spent from Wednesday until Monday visRirtg with the Carroll Me- Lain family at Valleyford. ! hey atteatded the Lilac City l Horse Show each day. Jackie brongbt home ,a ribbon for her! facilities except such as Muzatko. [from the fault or negli  Town or its employees. In I action is brought against | for damages arisin,g out ORDINANCE NO 318 [ reasor of, the ,bovc-menti( t the Grantee will, upon notiCe Ar ordinance granting to The Nash-/ the commencement of said irzg Water Power, a Washington cur-t fend the same at its sole poration, its successors and asslgns a[pense, and ir ease jud franchise for the purpose of furnish'ir*gi rendered against the Towr the Town of Medical Lake, Washington I actior}, the Grat*tee will f and its inhabitants with natural malsaid judgment within r*inety ufactured, and/or mixed gas. " after said suit or action finally beerz determined af The Council of the Towr} of Medical [ Lake Does Ordain as Follows" ] adversely to the Town. Upo I tea's failure to satisfy saJ Section 1. DEFINITIONS. The follow- within the ninety (90) day ing definitions are provided for the franchise shall at once cease sole purpose of proper irterpretation Ininate. and administratior of this ordinance. The Grantee, by its 1. Public Properties shall mean and c.rdinarce, for itself, its include streets, alleys, sidewalks, curbs, ssigns, eonvenan,ts and roads, highways, avenues, thoroughfares, with the Town at all time parkways, bridges, vladucts, public and save harmless the said rounds, public imprvemer*ts, and all claims actior*s, suits, other public places within the torpor- expense or damage of everY ate limits of the Towr of Medical Lake. description, which may 2. "Distribution System," and "Lines" suffered by a person used either in the singular or plural out of the ownership, mean and include the gas pipes, pipe operatior of said gas lines, mains, laterals, conduits, feed- Section 12. RE,  erds, regulators, meters, fixtures, con- Town reserves the right to sections and all attachments tnd ap- or}force all necessary purtenances, rteeessary incidental there-Itrel the performance of the to or in ary way appertaining to the of this franchise, including distribution of ga. I ordinances of a police 3. "Maintenance,' "Maintaining," or1 exercise of its policy powers "Maintain" meas and shall include1 terest of puhlie safety and relaylrg, repairing, replacing, examining I fare of the public. The testing, inspecting, removirg, digging I have access at all and excavating, and restoring operation I ny part of the plant incidental thereto. I ities, operations, and Grantee to make inspection 4. Consumer mean any person, per-I that may be required in sons,, firm, asseeiatinn, municipal cot- the fulfillment by the poratmn, and/or corporation, that uses gas fur residendial commercial and i terms of this franchise. dustrial purposes. Section 13. 5. Gas means natural, manufactured, of failure by reason of and/or mixed gases, willful act on the part of bee, its successors and ni Section 2. GRANT. The Town of Mad- ply with ar, y of the i ical Lake, Washingtor} hereafter c-dled ordinance, or if the the *'Town," grars to The Washingfon cossets and assigns Water Power Company, a Washington fully do or cause to be Corporation, hereirffater called the or thing prohibited by, "Grantee," and its successors and as- of the terms of this sigrs, the right, privilege, authority, ance, the Grantee, its and franchise to construct, or otherwise assigns shall forfeit all acquire, and  owr*, maintain eqxlip and operate plarts and works, 'and ali lieges granted by this all rights thereunder shall necessary or desirable appurtenances less such noncompliance thereto, for the manufacture, purchase act or thing is corrected transmissiot, and distriUutior of gas days after receipt of Including the right to construct, lay, of forfeiture directed to th maintain, operate, extend, reraew, re- ! at its Spokane, Washingtott move, repl:'e, repair, u. and operate United States mail. In the a gas distributiot system, in, under rights and privileges upon, over, across, and alot the not diligently exercised in presen and future public properties interest or in the event within the present or any future cur- shall fail for a period of one porate limits of the Town for the par- :to operate its gas pose of trarsportin,g, diatribnting nnd !except ir case of strikes selling gas (with the right and priv- struction of the same by ilege to make such connections with elements or for ary other said pipes as will enable the Grantee yond the control of the to supply gas) for heating, lighting, franchise shall terminate and power, ar*d any end all domestic, ecru- I!ights and privileges mercial, and industrial purposes, and under shall cease and other reasons and purposes ir the Town, vided. That the Grantee and to the Town and its inhaLitants, and right temporarily to persons, firms, asseciatior, mur*icipal tribution of gas through corporations, and corporations therein bution system or any part Section 3. TERM. The rights, priv- the purpose of making lieges, and franchise hereby grnted to, ter}sions, and shall not be and conferred upon, the Orantee shall, forfeiture therefor if such unless this franchise be SOOner ter- extensions are made with minated as herein provided, extend for diligence. When the Grantee a term of twenty-five (25) years frorr onably do so, it shall give the date of written acceptance hereof the discontirmance of by the Grartee. Section 4. CONSTRUCTION. Grantee writing prcrperly addressed sumer or by notice in the shall comply with all valid ordinances paper of the Towr, or by of the Town relating to construction, other communications. excavion, and the breaking, opening and closing of ground in public streets Seetior 14. REMEDIES and properties. The Town' shall have COMPLIANCE. In prior right to the use of its streets remedies provided herein and alleys for the installatior and main- reserves and has the right tenance of Town owned utility facilities, any remedy to compel Whenever the Grantee shall make Grief*tee, its successors or cause to be made excavations or shall comply with the terms place obstructiorm in public property of furnish the service herein the Town, Grantee shall exercise teas- and the pursuit of any unable precaution to protect the public edy by the Town shall not property of the Town Grantee shall Town from thereafter exercise reasonable precaution to pro- feiture for ane] reaser tact the public therefrom ; provided, Section 15. , however, that Grantee shall be emery- TIES. In the event the able to the general and special laws this franchise to be of the State as re in such cases made its termination and if it and provided. The Grantee shall repair rewed, the Town may requir and restore to as good or better eondi- tee or its successors and tion all public and private properties remove such of its disturbed during the construction, nain- public properties at its tenanee, repairing or removal of its l may iterfere with use gas system. Whenever deemed neces-streets, alleys or other sary by the proper Town authorities, i ties, and if it becomes the Town shall have the right to appoint I the Town' to do so, the its engineer or  competent and ex- paid for the reasorble perienced perso to superintend and removal by the Grantor. supervise the refilling of excavations Section 16. made, and the expense of replacing and CESSORS AND repairing of the portion of the public and privileges granted and properties disturbed Jr* the construction, posed by this ordlrance laying, operation" and the maintenance tee shall extend to, and of the Grantee's gas system shall be upon, its successors, at the expense of the Grantee. Should datora, and/or assi Grauee fall or refuse to restore and Section 17. IOT replace the same or better condition of ordinance shall not be such public ad private properties within an exclusive frarhise. a reasonable period after completio Sectio 18. ASSIGNMEIT- of Grantee's construction; layirg, re tee and its successors and moval, operating and maintaining work not assig or sublet this the same may De restored by the Towr out the written consent at the expense of the Gantee. and then only in its Section 5. PUBLIC PROPFTIES and sesigrment nd subletting STATE HIGHWAYs : If public properties ing upon the Grantee's other than highways within the corovrate ,assigns end independen limits of the Town' form  part of the of the Grantee, nd route of the state highway, the Gran= signment or tee shall determine the requirements of with the Town. the State and take them in aeeeunl Sectio 19. with respect to the use thereof by the passage and legal Grantee. ordinance, and if Section 6. RIGHT OF INGRESS AND (30) days after uch EGRESS BY GRANTEE TO CONSUM- Grantee shall indicate ER. The Grantee, its agents, servants, by its fili with and employees shall have the right and conditional written horses showing, power to require of every consumer to be executed according a eowtractural right to ingress and a failure of the Grantee Sunday the two Little egress upon, nd from, any and all this ordinance withi the Iue ball teams from FOur l gas consumer's propertie, for the pur- of time shall be deemed r 1.' 11 .... J "-- - -. i poee .oz installing, rvlcing, moving, thereof by the Graltee, a pmy m a game WlFnlchangmg , .and. reading meters, insleet- and privileges herein opn la e..Latera pic " ing minaln, or re ,r, L k mc was[ena for th pr,,; ofg :_' the expiration of said (30) dvvs, if not so en]fea a ne take Dya sum- J ining, or inspectin . the enecting cease and determine --   .... v . ......  ! pipes pipe lines or laterals and a of extended oer O r,  p,. ' lie 'es . _. , , p- time shall be , /P nc oz tne consumer, if, as and by ordinmce duly passed Mr. and Mrs. Martin Myhnd i when the Grauee chases, pose. - visitin 4n fhi ,n, thee] Section 7. RULES AND REGULA Section "* '  ......  '--, v,,XO,TiON S 0  ,-,o ....... " 20. VALIDITY. If  **3.. Tne Grantee subsection, paragraph, week. The Maylands ave for- ] shall hve the rght and authority to I or phrase of this mer residents and now live in i make and establish from time to tlme uneonstitutiotml or invalid Wyoming. as the Grantee shall elect, reasenable rmes ann regmatons for the conduct validity of the remaining ,Mrs. Cedy Standevfer and of the Grantee's business, and with reference to furnishing, eupplying and Mrs. Del Stand.erfer called at the lay Dirks home last week to see .Mrs. Kay Dirks Ki'ser and ckildren. Mr. ,and Mrs. Henry Aman nl famil from Ione visited at the Morris Am,an home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin RatKff of St. Helena, Calif., re visiting with Mr. and Mrs. FAdon Jen- icke this week. They all went huckleberrying one day and repoted very good picking. Mrs. Barbara Moran ,a, nd San- the sale of gas to any and all eon sumers within the Town and to pre- scribe the forms of pplication 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 Clerk of the Town, if requested by the Town, a copy of such rules and regulations and any amendments thereto as filed with the Washin'ton Utilities and Transportation Commission. Section 8. RECORDS OF LOCATION OF FACILITIES. The Granee shall at all times keep full and complete rec- ords showing the location of all gas mains and service eonnectione laid in the Town. Sueh records shall be i available to the Tcon at all reasonable times upon request therefor. Section 9. MOVING OF PIPES AND son. such decision shall this ordinance. Sectior 21. EFFECrIV ordinarce shall be in effect five (5) days from, its passage, approval, and lieation (all at the cost ox tee herein) s provided vided it is duly accepted as provided. Irtroduced and passed or th s 7th day of July, !affirmative vote of three Passed second reading this July 1965 by affirmative Councilmen. Passed third approved this 21st day of four Councilmer. /S/ A. E. Deton, M ayO Attest: /s/ E, A. Brewer Jr'. Clerk-Treasurer, Approved rs to form: /s/ Merritt A. Johnson Attorney for Town (Aug. 6, 1965)