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Page 6 Cheney Free Press / Friday, August 27, 1965 Medical Lake News &apos; By Katherine Holloway ATTEND CONVENTION The Washington Ass'n for Retarded Children met for its convention over the weekend at Richand in the Community House arid the Dessert Inn. At- tending from Lakel'and were Jack McGee, Len Lortg, Mr. Garber, Mr. Nave and Mrs. Perkins. FISHING DERBY Something new is being planned this Labor Day for pa- tients at Eastern State Hospi- tal, that of a fishi,'ng derby. It v be held ,at West Medical ake with eeh group fishing or a,a hour for prizes. Volun- teer hetp wll be needed, with Mrs. Stimpson's office taking calls. VARIETY SHOW PLANNED Teen-age volunteers are planmng a Variety Show for patients in the auditorium on Sunday afternoon. These young folk iave spent much of the summer dying varies types of vohmteer work at the ,hospital and are winding up with the entertainment before going back to school this fall. The Rainbow Assebl of St. John ,entertained on last Surday. The Ward Activities of last week were mostly ward par- ties being done by the Beacon Chapel Ladies, the St. Paul's Methoctist Church and the Messiah, St. Lukes ,and St. Marks Lutheran churches. SONNEBORN GETS DUNKED The climax of the Picnic nes Court picnic, an annual event, came when the children managed to throv Ed Senna- born, the rwner, trite the lake. About 80 attended. BRIDAL SHOWER HELD Mrs. Jessie Clark was os. tess to a ldtche shuwer, hon- wan00a 00ute, on Tue00 day eveniv. (uesrs were Kit- ty Barber, Edn Anderson, Mrs. Leans Keene, Mrs. Roy Keene, Mary Adersm% Mrs. Jim Terry, Mrs. Roy Veins Haynes, Linda LAnda , Cand Ohvk and Mrs. Florence Clate. Attending the field trial club picnic on Sunday at the German Short Hair Grounds were Mr. and Mrs. Mel Anld and their ,son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Arnold of Pullman. Mrs. Merle Bacon enjoyed a visit of her sister Com. Judy Wilson, USN, Rt. of Beth- esda, Washington, D. C. 0m- mg for the visit with ,her was a fertd, Lt. Com. N'ataline Knox R. Sulay visitors of Mr. arid Mrs. Ernest Ahtf were Mr. and Mrs. (0rdon Wlkes and Mr. Mrs. Jack Stout of Spo- kane. The Nick Haidys spent the weekend motoring to Crater Lake, Ore., and ome through PeRdleteon and W'alla Walh. Vsiting with tl Jolm Hen- nings or a few days are Mr. and Mrs. Ira Yule of Shorten and Mrs. John Handy of Post Ialls. On Tuesday they all drove to Colax to visit with the Bob HoRens. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest AIf visited one day with the Pete OPEN HOUSE Open house will be held by the National Bank of Commerce at the Medical Lake office Friday, Seph 10, from 10 a. m. to 6 p. m. Manager Don Winans ex- tends an invitation to the public fo observe the fifth anniversary of the Medical Lake branch. pies .and the Don Staples fam- ily of Mihn spent the week- end camping at Riley Creek. Ssan Parks arrived on Sun- day at the A. PiHd home to stay until Thursday, when she will return to her ,home at En- terprise, Ore. Mrs. EHery and her house guest, Mrs. Jordan, spen Wed- nesday in Pullman with the Fred Grubs. Mrs. Jordan left on Friday for her home in Santa Rosa. Mr. and Mrs. Dee Lehnert and fancily of Fairbanks, Alaska left on Mond.ay morn- ing for their home after spend- ing three weeks with the Fred Grubs. Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Bar- telt were Sunday dinerl guests. Mr. and Mrs. Wes Huff drove to Coulee City )n Sun- day for a fmily picnic. ,Marion Manning was home from his job at Metaline Falls for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Imhoff spent several days at their cabin at Downs lake and re- ported fmhi.n was good. Mrs. Don Stites spent some time visiting with Mrs. SteHa Devin at Hepner, Ore. Mr. and Mrs. Locke Les, Mr. ,and Mrs. Ben Morgan and Mr. and Mrs. ])on Wya at- tended a amily picnic at the Claude Morgan home in Spo- karm on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed .Allison, who had spent the weekend at the Lewises, returned home to Portland. Mr. and Mrs. C1au,de Mace were Saturday overnight via- iirs at he home of Cornina Olln at Spirit Lake. On Sire- day Mr. and Mrs. DonrId ace and family visited with the Mces from Iootenai, Idalm. .Mr. and Mrs. iilton Kukuk and amily spent their vaca- tion wiSJa the Don Broadsword amily at resham, Ore. and ,a the Louie Rerdt su, mer .home t Camp Bay on the Pond Oreille. Mike Rider celebrated ,his birthda on Sunday with cake and ice cream for his fami, the John Larsons, the Don An- derson:s and RObert Pruitt. ,Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sather spent Thtwsday and Fday with the Glyndon Sathers at Coulee Dam. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Barrel and amfiy of Rockvile, Md. spent a few days t the Alvin Plein ome. He is an assistant tn, alyst, working in research at the NASA Headquarters at the ADP loject at Bethead, a, near Washington,-'hl,,,, D. C. Amorg those in the hospi- tal are Mrs. S. L. Hendrix, who is in Deaconess, harg iad surgery on Friday morn- ing. She will be home this week. Father Kowra is in the Scred Heart hospital for about three weeks following surgery. Start Batt was taken to the airchild hospital on Sunday and s much improved t this time. Mrs. W. E. Quinn, Who just recenfl), moved to ;lAden,, is NiNes finally, in Deaconess bestial. The Claude Beatties arm t their house gus, Mrs. Fred]  1 Pope and Cldren, drove to] _.an0la News Okanoga for a weekend visit] with the Alvin Janss family, [ By Katherine Hol|oway On Saturday the Herb @issel-]SPEAKS AT CONVENTION berg family }pined them for] Dr. and Mrs. Eughene Wy- camping ut Kefler Ferry. Mrs. Margaret Ketelmer en- teric. ,ed friends at 'her home on Sunday for a picnic. At- orating were Mr: and Mrs. Robert Ferreg and Lama Fer- tell of Slmrwood Park, Aber- ta; &lta and Carl Ferrell and Mrs. Lottie of Spokane; Mr. and Mrs. Pul Miller, Mrs. Betty Tabor, Jeanne and Shar- on and Mrs. John Tbur of Spokane, Mr. and Mrs. Robert HRen of Coax and Mrs. 01- lie Henning, Larry Fye is visitiag here from Wtcta, Kan. with Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fye and faro-i ily tccompntg  lome, i Dianne Giese of Seattle was  a weekend visitor at the Son- neborn home. -s. Betty H,oper of Spo- lane was an overnight visitor an Saturday witch the John MKowns. The Kenneth Swanson fam- ily returned to their home at Lyle after spending three weeks with the Earl Swan- sons and Mrs. Anna Swanson. Weekend visitors with the Sherman Welberns were the Roland and Aaron Welborns of Warm Springs, .Mont. Mrs. Ethel Staples, Pare Sta- boney attended the Washing- ton Ass'n .of Retarded Child- over the weekend. Dr. Wybor-: nay spoke to  group on Sat-i urday. VISITOR ENTERTAINS Mrs. Evelyn Lee Campbell, a visitor here frum K0lywood, Calif., entertained her broth- ers ,and .sisters with a dinner on Saturday evening at a lo- cal restaurant. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Riclrd .lVanke, Mr. ,and Mrs. Robert Lee, Mr. and' Mrs. Erral Sanders of Priest lake ad Mr. and Mrs. Car .Lee of Sprague. Mrs. Campbell left on Friday for her home to resume teaching in the high school there. She ,had spent most of the summer here. LEHNS HONOR VISITORS Mrs. Charles Eastman, for- merly Kathryn Lehn of this area, a,nd nmv of Lakewo0d, Ohdo, was honored with a fam- ily dinner at the Liberty Park Methodist Church in Spokane on Sunday. Also attend'ms was Rev. 'and Mrs. Bob Lehn and twins of North Highlanls, Calif. The Howard Williams family took part in the reun- ion and Becky and Bobby Lehn returned with them to spend a few days, 'also Patty Lehn of Spokane. On Tuesday the Bob Lehns visited with the Williamses. ATTEND FAREWELL PICNIC Mr. and Mrs. Gus Pehrson atteaded a farewell picnic at the Oisen home on Silver lake hwnoring the Bill Hays and the David Fossums, who are leaving for Texas and Indi- an. On Wednesday the Pehr. sons visited with Mr. and Mrs. Clmrles Stewart in Spokane. FORMER RESIDENT VISITS Arthur DeCaro of Tacoma, who made his home with the late Mrs. Tucker, s a visitor at the Holloway-J(hnson home for several weeks. He is visdt- ing with old friends and rela- tives in the area. Other guests have been Mr..ad Mrs. John Bisch of Portland and Mrs. Evelyn Nelson and .sons of Col- v file. Mr. ,and Mrs. Jim Hepton were Friday supper guests. Art DeCaro and Katherine H011oay were Saturday eve- ning dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Morgan in Spo- kane. On Sunday they visited with Mrs. Mildred Thorpe and daughters in Spokane. On Tuesday Katherine was hon- ored with a birthday dinner at the home of the Heptons at Tyier. Friday stpper guests t the BiN MeGourin home were Mr. and Mrs. Don Lambert of Che- hey. Su,cty visitors wre Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Swanson. The Oscar Reitmeiers were among the 45 present at a family reunion at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hendricks in Cheney. Mrs. Mary Holland of Mrylad was an honored guest. Mr. and Mrs. Steven Greenwood of Pasco were weekend visitors at the Reit- meier home. Thursday supper guests were Mr. ad Mrs. Wes, lay Green and girls of Spo- kane. Mr. and Mrs. John LaSh and Mr. and M. Wa,lter Rupp spent a week travelog and [visiting in Idaho. They went :through Lewiston, Lore Pass, Boise, Craters of the Mon and isited at Riggins and the Hot Springs. Jeanne spent the week with the Jerry Ibishes: i:n Medical Lake. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Wiltms spent Friday evening with Charlie and Annie P0eker. Saturday supper guests at the Wiltms were the iVin Wil,lms amily. Sunday dinwer guests at the lichard Mankes were the C. M. Mullln family of Spokane. Mihelle remained to spend the week. Sumtay dinner guests of the Stanley Swansons were the Loren Von Lehe family and Harry Anyom Ed Gray visited later. On Monday evening the Sansons honored Glend.a Swanson with a birthday din- ner. Am)ng the guests were rear. and Mrs. Duke Swanson a,nd Nancy Fleming. Mrs. An- ita McGourin was a Thursday luncheon guest. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Franseen f Grants Pass ave spending several days with relatives, visiting on Sunday with the Otto Magnusons. Mrs. Bell Franseen .and Mrs. Lena Bertz of Spokane were also visitors. Cathe_ne Hanson and Wayne H0dgson spent several days visaing with the Abert Rosenus. Mrs. Ted Nelson and Mrs. Fred Wise and fam- ilies vited on Friday with the Hod*gson. Gretchen Graham and Janice Cogswell visited with SMrley IIodgson on Sat- urday. ShiHey spent Saturday evening and Su6da :wih,. berta Sather in Medical Lake whle Mr. and Mrs. Hodgson and Mrs. Catherine .Hanscn visited on Stmday with the E. C. Hodgsons at Veradale. Mrs. Florence West of Pa- teros ,spent from Monday through Thursday with Min- nie and Dave Peterson. While there she had a visit on Tues- day from Mr. and Mrs. W.ane C.tmndler and sons of Spokane. Visiting from Springfield, S. D. on Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Strong and family. The Ernest Moriarty family isied on Monday evening with the Harry and the Larry WoVe families in Spokane. Over the weekend Mrs. Mer- iarty and children visited the Moses Lake fair awd rodeo, spending some time with hck Penhaluricks. Mrs. Grace Perry, w h< hakes her home with the Fred Johnsons, celebrated her birth- day on Friday with the Jack Percy family of Colviile being resent. On Sunday Mr. Mrs. Percy Strong and Mrs. Mary Loomis of Spokane were her visitors. Connie Hutchcroft left on Friday for her home at Moses Lake after a week's stay. The Johnsons spent Sat- urday evening with the Don- ald Davis family at Tyler. Down Memory Lane Medical Lake- 1945 Cpl. and Mrs. Clifton Keene are home on a furlough after service ,overseas. He wi have charge of the Sunday evening service at the Commuaity church Aug. 26. Mrs. Kenneth Donelson left Wednesday by plane for her home in Washington, D. C. Mrs. Fran LieweHyn and children left Friday for a few days visit with relatives in Montana. maintain, operate, extend, rerew, re- move, replace, repair, use and operate a gas distributior system, in, under, upon, over, across, and alerts the present and future public properties within the present or any future cor- porate limits of the Town for the pur- pose of trarmporting, distributing and selling gas (with the right and priv- liege to make such connections with said pipes as will enable the Grantee, to supply gas) for heatlng, iightin, power, ad any nd all domestic, com- mercial, and industrial purposes, and other reasons and purposes ir the Town, and to the Town and its inhaLitants, and persons, firms, associatior muricipai mair*s and service eonnectione laid in the Town. Such records shall be available to the Town at all reasonable times upon request therefor. Section 9. MOVING OF PIPES AN.D FACILITIES BY GRANTEE. If the Town should pave or otherwise improve public properties, including drainage fa- cilities, relocate the same, or change the grade thereof, and such work should require the relocation or moving of any portion of the distribution system of the Grantee, the same, ir#cluding re- locating or readjusting the elevation of its lines and facilities to conform to such new grades as may be established, shall be done expeditiously by the Gran- corporations, and corporations therein, tee nd its successors and assigns at Section 3. TERM. The rights, priv-fits own expense. All work to be per- lieges, and franchise hereby grnted to, ] formed by the Grantee under thie see- ad conferred upon, the Grantee shall. ] tion shall be performed as may be re- unless this franchise be sooner ter-]quired by the terms of this frarchise, mlnated as herein provided, extend for[with reference to construction. a term of twenty-five (25) years from Secticm 10. SERVICE TO BE FUR- the date of written acceptance hereof, NISHED. At all times during the term by the Grartee. ] of this franchise, the Grantee. subject Section 4 (X)NSTRUCTION Grantee ] to its rules and regulations as filed shall ccanply with all valid ordinances ] with the .Washington Utilities and of the Town relating to construction | Transportatmn ommlsslon, and sub- excavation, and the breaking, opening jest to available ntural gas supplies, and closing of ground in public streets I shall promptly and without dlscrimir- and properties. The Town shall have tion furnish a adequate supply of nat- prior right to the use of its streets ural gas to the Grantor and its mac- and alleys for the installatior* and main- cessors and to it inhabitants and per- tenanee of Town owned utility facilities, sons nd corporations thereof who re- Whenever the Grantee shall make quest the same, and shall require, con- or cause to be made excavations or shall struct, maintain, equip, and operate place obstructione in public property of all necessary facilities for the pur- the Town, Grantee shall exercise teas- chase, transmission, and distributior Mr ,unr] M. Cqu.a ]::lr r onab'le precaution to proect the public . I I perry f the Town, Grantee shall returned home Tuesday alter exercise reasonable precaution to pro- .,q,* . ., A,o ,,ih hn[teet the public therefrom; provided olzu a v xaajo wz z, however th ....... ' ar rantee snail De amer parents, Mr. and Mrs. Warren able to the general and special laws O.h i.  aa.no r t of the State as are in such cases made ........ [ d 3 prided. The Grantee shall repair : lVllC'Key lasgow recurnea and restore to as good or better eendi- h,rm q.nduxr f'fr being iultin all public and private properties uurlng the construction, min- the Daconess hospital with a "strep" throat. Mr. Imhoff, who has been repairing his home for the past six weeks, has now re- turned to his job at the Cus- todial school. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cregg of Cheney were guests at the Pete Janet home Thursday. Miss Barbara Bergloff of Spokane was a weekend guest of Alice Schafer. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Al.bers returned to their home in Se- attle ,after spending a week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Bartelt and Mr. and Mrs. A1- bets in Spokane. Medical Lake -- 1936 A ,serious fire was averted in the dairy barn of C. Owen west of here last week whe a smoulderin_g fire was discov- ered in the hammered hay. A number of places were burn- ing when it was discovered. Help was summoned and the fire was etinguished. Two ,hours .ter it was found to be smouldering again. It was put out and a ran left to watch it for the next 24 hours to m- sure the sfety of the 125 tons of hammered hay i the barn. Mr. said he thought a wire was run through the hammer mill and becom- ing heated, caused the fire. Mrs. W. J. Baldwin and sis- ter, Mrs. E. Ross of Spokane, made a trip to Sunnyside where they visited a .sister and returned with a car oad of fuit. Mr. add Mrs. Darr Cdas- Sow and family of Veradale visited Mr. Glasgow's parents, Mr..and Mrs. James Glasgow Sunday. Iarotd Goldback, son of John Goldback, has resigned from his teactring position in Cashmere and accepted a p0- siti'on as principal of a school in Seattle. The Boy Scouts .are going to make a trip to Coulee Dam next weekend. Angus Association Grant00 Membership To Donald Jenicke ])onald E. Jenicke, 20, Che- nay, has been grated a junior membersp in the American Angus Ass'n at St. Joseph, Me., announces Glen Brateher, sac- .retary. This jumor membership en- tities the member to register purebred Angus at regular membership rates and to the )rivileges Of the Ass n unit ihe age of 21. At that time jun- members are eligible to eovert to lifetime member- ships in the A'n. There were 226 young peo- ple in the Urited States to re- ceive junior memberships last month. ORDINANCE NO. $18 ordnance granting to The Wash- Co., a Washington car- its successors and assigns, a r the purpoe of furubhing ! Medical Lake, Washington, inhabitants with natural, rnan- m:[xed gas. Tow of Medical as Follows : The follow are provided for the of pror iterpretation of this ordinance. shall mean and sidewalks, curbs, avenue, thoroughfare. viaducts, public imlnvemets, and within the corpor- Tow of Medical Lake. "Dlstrlbati0n System," and "Ltmm" either in the singular or plural mean and tclude the gas pipes, pipe hnes, mains, laterals, cordults, feed- era, re,relators, meters, fixtures, con- nectionad all attachments nd ap- receseary incidental there- in nrtY way appertaining to the of "Maintaining, ' or mean and shall include repairing, replacing examining, inspecting, removing, digging xcvating, and restoring operatior.s ental thereto. Consumer mears any person, per-I rm, association', municipal oar- I , and/or corperatmn, that uses I residential commercial and lw I purposes. I means natural, manufactured, ! mixed gases. I GRANT. The Town of Mad- hereafter clled grats to The Washington Company, n Washington hereirfater called the and its successors and as- the right, privilege, authority, to construct, or otherwise bnd to own maintain, equip, Operate plarts nnd works, and ll or desirable appurtenances the manufacture, purchase, and distril/utiow of gas, riglt to construct, lay, tenance, repairing or removal of its gas system. Whenever deemed reces- sary by the proper Town authorities, the Town shall have the right to appoint its engineer or  competent and ex- perienced persor to superintend and supervise the refilling of excavations made, and the expense of replacing and repairing of the portion of the public properties disturbed i the construction. laying, operation and the maintenance of the Grantee's gas system shall be at the expense of the Grantee. Should i Grartee fail or refuse to restore and replase the same or better condition of such public and private proFerties within a reasonable period after completion of Grane's construction, layirg, re- moval, operating and maintaining work, the same may b'e restored by the Town at the expense of the Grantee. Section 5. PUBLIC PROPERTIES and STATE HIGHWAYS : If public properties other than highways within the corporate limits of the Town' form  part of the route of the state highway, the Gran- tee shall determine the requirements of the State and take them ito account with respect to the use thereof by the Grantee. Section 6. RIGHT OF INGRESS AND EGRESS BY GRANTEE TO CONSUM- ER. The Grantee, its agents, servants, and employees ahall have the right and power to require of every consumer a cotractural right to ingress and egress upon. and from. any and all gas consumer's properties for the pur- pose of installing, servicing, moving, ehaning, and reading meters, inspect- ing, mdntaining, or repairirg meters, and for the purpose of testing, exam- ining, or inspectirg the connecting pipes, pipe lines, or laterals, and ap- pliances of the consumer, if, as and when the Grar.tee chooses. Section 7. RULES AND REGULA- TIONS OF GRANTEE. The Grantee shall have the right and authority to make and establish from time to time as the Grantee shall elect, reasonable rules and regulations for the conduct of the Grantee's business, and with reference to furnishing, supplying and the sale of gas to any and all con- 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. Pr?vided. That the Grantee shall file with the Clerk of of natural gas for the benefit and convenience of the Town and its in- habitants. Section 11. GRANTEE TO SAVE TOWN HARMLESS. The Grantee agrees to protect and save harmless the Town from all claims, action, or damages of every kind and description which may occur to, or be suffered by. any person or persors, corporations, or pro- party by reason of the construction, operatior, and maintenance of the Gran- tee's gas distributio system, lines end facilities except such as may result from the fault Or negligence of the Town or its employees. In ease suit or action' is brought against the Town for damages arisirg out of, or by reaso of, the bove-mentioned causes. the Grantee will, upon notice of it of the commencement of said actior, de- fend the same at its sole cost and ex- pense, and ir case judgment shall be rendered against the Towr in suit or actlo, the Grar*tee will fully satisfy sal4 judgment within inety (90) days after said suit or action shall have finally beer determined if determined adversely to the Town. Upon the Gran- tee's failure to satisfy said judgment within the ninety (90) day period, this franchise shall at once cease and ter- minate. The Grantee, by its acceptance of this ordinanee, for itself, its successors or rssigns, convenan.ts and agrees to and with the Town at all time to protect and save harmless the said Town, from all claims actiozs, suits, liability loss, expense or damage of every kind and description, which may accrue to or be suffered by a person or persons arising out of the ownersbip, construction or operatio of said gas system. Section 12. RESERVATIONS. The Town reserves the right to lopt and erforee all necessmry ordinances to con- trol the performance of the conditior*s of this franchise, including reasonable ordinances of a police nature i the exercise of its policy powers ir the in- terest of public safety and for the wl- fare of the public. The Town shall have access at all reasonable times to any part of the plant or plarts, facil- ities, operations, and premises, of the Grantee to make inspectiorks and tests that may be required in supervising the fulfillment by the Grantee of the, terms of thls franchise. Section 13. FORFEITURE. In case of failure by reason of negligence or willful act on the part of the Gan- tee, its successors and assigns to com- ply with ary of the provisions of this ordinance, or if the Grantee, it sue- cessors and assigns negligently or wil- fully do or cause to he done any act or thing prohibited by, or ir violation of the terms of this franchise ordin- ance, the Grantee, its successors and assigns shall forfeit all rights and priv- ileges granted by this ordinarme and the Town, if requested by the Town, all rights thereunder shall cease un- a copy of such rules and regulations less such noncompliance or prohibited i and any amendments thereto as filed J act or thing is corrected withi thirty with the Washington Jtilities and ] d.vs after receipt of written notice Transportation Comm|ssio. J of forfeiture directed to the Grantee, Section 8. RECORDS OF LOCATION J at its Spokane, Washington office by OF FACILITIES. The Grantee shall at J United States mail. In the event the ! all times keep full and complete rec- J rights and privileges hereby granted are ords showlng the location of all gas I rot diligently exercised in" the public , "Who-o-o-o-o owns the Washington Water Power Company?00 "Thousands of ,investors, like me 00--that's who!" # You and your neighbors and co-workers who voluntarily invest their savings in it are the real owners of your electric company. It's a business-owned and managed by people, and so has people and their needs and wants constantly in mind. Because it is an investor-owned, business-managed company-like the more than 300 others throughout the country-it is able to grow and improve constantly in the traditional American way. And provide you with the best electric service everl o Washington Water Power Watch GOROOM AND $HEILA MAC RAE and the AQUA ,'.mrT: ...... r: Sundy, Feb. 7, P.g., Channel interest or in the shall fail for a period of to operate its gas except i case of strikes struction of the same by elements or for ay other yond the control of the franchise shall terminate ghts and privileges under shall cease arid vided. That the Grantee right temporarily to tribution of gas through bution system or any part the purpose of making tensions, arl shall not forfeiture therefor if such extensions are made with diligence. When the onably do no, it shall the discontiruance of writing properly addressed sumer or by notice in the paper of the Towr, or by other communications. Sectlo 14. REMEDIES TO COMPLIANCE. In remedies provided herein reserves and has the any remedy to compel or e Grantee, its successors and comply with the terms furnish the service herein and the pursuit of any edy by the Town shall not Town from thereafter feiture for ar*y reaso Section 15. REMOVAL TIES. In the event the this franchise to be its termination and if it rewed, the Town may tee or its successors remove such of its public properties at its may ir*terfere with use streets, alleys or other ties, and if it becomes the Town to do so, the paid for the reasormble removal by the Grantor. Section 16. BINDIN( OESSORS AND ASSIGNS. and privileges granted and posed by this ordiran, tee shall extend to, and upon, its successors, daters, and/or assigns. Section 17. NOT ordinance shall rot be an exciuslve frar*chise. Section 18. tee and its successors and not assigr or sublet this out the written eonent and then only in its assignment nd subletting ing upon the Grantee'a assigns and inflepondent of the Grantee, nd signment or with the Town. Sectio 19. passage and legal ordinance, and if (30) days after such Grantee shall by its filing with conditional written to be executed according a failure of the Grantee this ordinance within' 01 of time shall be deemed thereof by the and privileges herein the expiration of said (30) dys, if not so cease and determine of time shall be exterded by ordirmnce duly passed pose. Section 20. VALIDITY. subsection, paragraph. or phrase of this unonstitutior.al or son, such decision shall validity of the remaining this ordinance. Sectior 21. ordinance shall be in effect five (5) days its passage, approval, li0ation (all at the tee herein) as vided it is duly provided. Itredueed and passed or this 7th day of affirmative vote of Passed second reading July, 1965 by Councilmen. Passed third approved this 2Ist day of four Councilmer*. /s/ A. E. Per*ton, Attest: /s/ E. A. Brewer, Clerk-Treasurer. Approved  to form: /s/ Merritt A. Johnson Attorney for Town (Aug 27, i /!,