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t&apos;ae 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, September 10, 1965 Medical Lake News CHIEF ASKS FOR HELP Police Chief Ballance of the Medical Lake Bolice Depart- merit is asking motorists to be particu',lrly careful for the next few weeks as schools throttgh out area ,are reepen- ins for the fall term. He asks us to take a moment to think about the new kindergarten Student or first grader who is unamitiar with crosswalks or trfffi,c pattevrs in his first week or two of sclmM. There will ,be recently trans- lated Students new to the area, ,and school, and there will be more children titan ever in every school throu'ffh- o the state. Drive with care in a school aroa. OPENER WITH DESAILES The Medical Lake foetball squad will have its opening game with DeSaiIe;s at Walls WMla on Sept. 11. The first home game .of the seas0l will be ,on Sept. 17 with East Val- ley coming here. The team is sadly lacking in experience but wRl surely make up for it in enthusiasm, as shown in Sat- urday's inter-squad game. Iaving lost 11 of fast year's starters to graduating seniors and five jumor lettermen be- i:ng t raRsfrred .0t, 40 boys are ,expected to play. Starters wl be Mar Askew as quarter- back, Jim ,'and Larry tauman as habacks, ao John Wood- ward. Brothers Clarence and Jim Glenn are vicing or full- bak ,and Dave Liddell and Jon Jansen are tackles. Lid- d. .las trimmed down frum 230 pounds to 190 ad is in fine . A newcomer with one year of experience, six foot three and wei#'drrg 185, J, ohn Perry will play end. BARRACKS TO MEET Medical Lake-Oheney World War I Baraegs oa'd Auxiliary wig '.lined a meeting on Sept. 14 at the city" hall. Down Memory Lane Medical Lake -- 1955 wenty-sen pupils are en- rltli in the frst grade, taught by Mrs. lobinette. Fol- Io "wing is the class roll: Jim- my Buman, Victor Cballera, James Ghn.merig, Joe Goeden, Pa Homes, Walter IAter, Rider, Ci Rio, Ricky Schmaker, Tommy Tutor, Ronald Miller, Joe Wight, Den Dickinson, Mary Datforth, Jan Dmerson, Oo,lleen FirMs, Venona Hose, Sally Landt, Fritzliee Mains, Shirley Montgomery, Paula Nersesian, Fava R'tgby, Peggy Spetlman, Sharon Tyson, and LinCa Von Lehel. Tlm Lutheran Ladles Aid and Missionary scmety mt Wednesday ,afternoo for its f, ivst. fl meetirg. Mrs. A. L. Griffih was the hostess at her ,home and served refresh- met$. There will be ,a Rebekah lodge meetir Mon@ay eve ning, Deputy President Bmma Jerue will give assembly re- port. Medical Lake- 1945 Medical Lake grade and high schools opened Tuesday, with an enrollment of 251 for the first day. The seenth .ud eighth grades have been sep. m,te; Mrs. Marth Cohagen toaces the eiglth grade and Ms. ESther M211er the v- n. A ,tour to study the esults O8 the new week-killer, 2-4]), on Cans,dins. thistle, moning glvry and other weeds, has been scheduled for WeCnes- day, Sept. 12, says W" ttlm J. Green, county gen, Stmhane. Bud otter ha,s returned home from overseas duty and is expecting a discharge soon. He visited rehtives and friends here last weekend. Mr. .ad Mrs. Shekl Vaglm and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Holt ad Johnny and Mrs. McDanakt held a pc- nic supper at Clear Mke lat Sunny. Mr. awd Mrs. Percy Ames are spending their vacation at liest l,ke. Medical Lake, 1936 Miss Maxine braise Clyde, d,ugerer f Mr. ,and Mrs. J. H. (lyde, became the bride of HaroM K. Gdback, so of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Golhack of Medie1 Lake at 4 o'ck un- day atenoon, Aug. 30. Floyd Showlr visited Howard Miller in Spokane Sun@ay and attended the races tt Phyfar. Arden Lee and Frank Crif- frd spent Labor Day with Mrs. Calvert's m0her, Mrs. Dora Erlamisen. Miss Irene TesCh of Medical Lake spent the weekevd with Doris Jansen. Miss Dimme Coo'fl had her tonsils removed by Dr. Carl G. Stephes Satuchy. By Katherine Holloway crafts they might have. The fa booth committee iS meeting Monday evemng at the Frank Honshead 'home with ,al members to take part in making the booth a success. WEBLYS HAVE DAUGHTER Mr. and Mrs. Gary Webley FIFTH ANNIVERSARY Don't forget to attend the National Bank of Commerce, Medical Lake Branch, fifth anniversary celebration t.. day (Friday) anytime from. 10 a. m. to 6 p. m. Don Win- ans, manager, said the pub- lic is. invited and refresh- ments will be served. ORIENTATIONS HELD Mr. Huff and teachers of the Medical Lake Sc'h0v,l Dis- tvict ,heSd their orien*ati0n on Thursday and Friday of last week. Thursday's opener was followed by spending after- oons in their respective class- rooms. The ,high school facul- ty met on Friday morning with teachers being presented to returning tea,chars. New in the Girls Physical Edu,caton department i,s Miss El0ra Martin, with math and science is Mrs. Kialynn Glue- hrecht, Mr. Earl Knapp with industrial arts and Mr. Date Gill in science and will assist with the coaching duties. FFA MAKES PLANS The Future Farmers met on Sept. 1 with an indoor picnic, due to bad weather. Barbe,cued hamburgers were served and the lurtch was potluck for about 50 people. Among these were special guests, the Hon- craft Farmers. Included we,re Mr. ,and Mrs. Wesley Huff, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Musser, Mr. 'and Mrs. Clarence Hen- sing, Mr. and Mrs. Orville O1- son, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hayer and Don Kyle. A short business: meeting s held with officers to make prelimary plans or the har- vest ball, which will be held on Ore. 2. ONE MORE YEAR PASSES Ms. Minnie Harwood knpwn as Aunt Mimie to many, will add armther year to ler age n Set. 16 when Pillard will Imld an open she will be 103. Mrs. 1aude house i,n her honor o Se,. 10 with the help of Daisy Les. Visiting will be from 1 to 4 p. m. EASTERN STAR RESUMES Eastern Star will lmkt its first meeting since June on Sept. 13 with Emma and Mar- ion Manning v,rthy mtron and patron presiding. PLANNING COMMITTEE Mrs. Smithpeters, pcagram chairman of the Parents, Teaclers Ass'n held a meeting at her home for the pnaing committee for the year. At- tending ware Ktie Wyaia, Don Winans, Chuck Can Stone ad Betty McGee. SON BORN TO TOOKES Spec. 4 and Mrs. Gary Tooke are the parents of a son, Rre Gary, born on Aug. 30 at Fir- child Hospital. Weighing six pouv=ds, twv mud a ,half ounces he nd his mother will make their home with the Alton Tooks while Gary is Jn Okin- ava. SERVICES RETURN TO SCHEDULE The Community Chux,h wi]] return to its regular tme for church serces on Sept. 12. SmKtay school will begim at 9:45 ad church a 11 a. m. The youth group wil hold a un wight at the high sChol on Sunday evening. They will return to, the advisor's hzne, the Bob Cooks, for devoons. Idies Aid met on Wednes- day at the lmme of Mrs. Mr- an with Mrs. Dobbirts assist- ing. Women of the chttrch are busy gathering rummage for a ,sale to be held on Sept. 16 at 1108 First stree in Spo- kane. Articles may be left at the Walter Jo  .hnson home. The Sunday school of the S. John's Lutheran church will resume closes on Sept. 12 udth a pancake breakfast, ,siging and a fda-n. This will begin at 8:30 with a coffee .time for parents and clmrch goers at 10:45. Church is at 11:15 with pastor Olsen giv- ing the on. Te women of the Esther Ch'cle met on Wednesday at the ,lmme of Savaflah Wilms. The Mary Magdalene Circle meets on Sept. 13' at the home ,of Elsie Germvig. Combined Circles will '.hold their fall meeting on Sept. 20 in the Par. ish hall. 'Guy Kaplan is ,home ater sperding a week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mm'oe Ka>ta of Spangle. The Art Generigs spe. La- bor Day in Spokane with the Irry Brggs family. Mr. and Mrs. Butch Gemmrig of We- notcher spent last weekend visiting with the Germergs and the Massongs. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Massong and Mickey spent this weekend at Yakima with the John Massong family and at Wenatehee with the Butch Gemmerigs. =Mr. and Mrs. Cttarlie Jolley drove to Soap Lake to visit in the hospital with W. M. Jolley and C. K. Joliey W'tto were in an :utomohile accident. They accompanied the W. E. Tyrees of ,Spokane. Gary Tyree, ho has spent the past week with the Joeys, returned to his home with his parents. The George Paers have returned on Thursday from a 10 ,day trip to visit the Ray Haans m Bellingltam. Mrs. Penvosc accompanied them. White there ,they traveled to Vancouver to attend the PNE Exposition. On Surtday the Palmers visited with Jess Hig- ins, who is again in, the Vet- crass hospital. They also vis- ited with the Forrest Ctarks. The Dick Hayer family spent the weekend at Sacheen lake. Mr. and M, rs. John Ball and familly ,of Kent were week- ;end visitors at the John Bali home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence John- son of Rockford, Ill., left Satur- day evening for their ho,me ,after spedmg a week with  Mrs. Florence Reeves and Mrs. Charles Brooks in Reardan. The Ed MahoIs spent Lab- or Day driving through Dun- can Gardens in Spekane. Mr. and Mrs. Caude Mace I spent the weekend with Mrs:' C. M. Olin in Spirit Lake l where they attended the Old Timers Settlers picnic. Last week Mrs. Ohn, Mrs. Mace and Mrs. Arthur Tryon and Susan dPove to Bremerton to visit with Danny Tyron, wlo is aboard the U. S.S. C onstella- tion, a carrie d,cked there for repairs. They were shvn through the carrie and also: through the battleship Miss- curl. On the return trip they visited ,friends at M*0nroe. Sunday visitors at the For. eat Ci,arks were Mr. and Mrs. Jim McLean ,and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bundy nd family o8 Spo- kane. They Mso visited Mrs. Keene. Sunday evening sitors at the Milton Kukuk home were Mr. and Mrs. Dema Darnley, Judv, Kathy and Donna Jean of Plaza. Susan and Dennis Kukuk, who spent the pa,st week with their grandparents at Plummer, returned to their home. ,Magel Soaf and Don Ku- kuk returned lome on Stur- day after ta trip to SunnyVale =. Mrs. Shoat and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Peterson drove to Port- land while there. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Gill and three year old son, Craig, have moved in.to the Baker home. Mr. Gill will teach in the *high scl0ol, comirg here from Oro- vil,e. Rev. and Mrs. Choa'les Bil- lups arid family returrmd tmme on Tuesday after a two week trip to Lewiston, Little Salmon River, Grangville, Nez Perce arm to EnterlYrise, Ore. where they spent a week with Rev. and Mrs. Jmes ,Jone and family. The Caude Garners had a visit of a, granddaughter and family, the Larry Tbin- sons of Helena, Mont. fr the weekend. Mr. ad Mrs. Bob Booke and Robbie of Juneau, Ahska ae spending three weeks with the Jay Wood family ad with other relatives at Sardpoint. Mr..Booker is parts mger or Northern Commission Co. in Juneau. Mr. arm Mrs. Owes welcome another daughter to their family. Dawn Mae was born on Aug. 30 at the Daven- port hospital. She joins sisters, Gwen and Becky at the hme. Grandparen,ts visiting were the John Lessers of Moses Lake and the Ralph Webieys o,f Coulee City. BRIEFS Attending a shower for Bet- ty Lou Schu,ltz at the Waukon club .house on Friday evening were O,llie Schmitt, Lavina Swaon, Katherine Holtoay, Nirta and Joyce Williams. Mr. arrd Mrs. Ernest C:ramer have return*ed from a week's v:i:sit in Oakland, Calif., Where they attended the funeral of Mrs. Cramer's mother, Mrs. Pearl Drake. Visiting from Thursday un- til Saturday with Minnie and Dave Peters0n was Mrs. Mar- guerite Paterson of Wall'a Wal- 1,a. Friday guests were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Knapp. Mrs. OIlie Schmitt is spend- ins some time with her par- ents, the Otto Magnusons. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hager- man of Waukon were Sunday visitors and Ray C<peand of Spokane also visited. Carl Johnson spent the week end :fishing with the Kenrmth Johnson family at Priest Riv- er. Mrs. Wesley Ablemn vis- ited Mrs. Johnson on Sunday. Russetl Holloway is home on a 10 day leave before leaving for ,srehoM in Memphis, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Willms ad fmily spent the weekend with the Cecil Yohnson family at Othello. The John and Jerry Labish families were Friday supper guests ,of the Tom Labihes at Ckeney. Other guests were the Joe Labishes, the WaRer Rupps and Mrs. Doro,hy H*aMe. Jerry Labish showed pictures ef Europe. On Sunday the John and Jerry La, bish families ,Crove to Mount Hope to visit Mrs. Anna Labish. Mr. and s. Rictmrd M,anke drove to Paseo to have dinner with the Dtek Manke family. Mrs. Dan DeOhenne o Spo- kane is spending a few days with the Earl Von Lehe fam- ily. Tuesday visitors at the home of Amanda Al,berts and Renzil MeLain were Mm. Ins Kucbe:nbuch and L'llian and Mrs. Don Haydon of Veradale. Sunday visitors were Mr. and Mrs. John Millet and _ikiren of Salem, "Ore. Mrs. Miller is the former Sylvia ScMaer, who lived tmre 40 years ago. Amanda and Renzil were Mon- day visitors at the McG0rin i hoTne for dinner. Tuesday visitors at he Bill McGourin ,home were Mr. and i Mrs. Charles Kuchenbuch and i Mrs. Latma Bell of Davenport. Friday gues for the day were Mrs. Emit Konrad, Terry and Col. George Mann sited on Snday. Lee and ack Penhallarick of Moses Lale visited on Sat- urday with .the Ernie Mociar- tys arid the Frank Seridges. The Frank Se,ffidges were Saturday supper guests of the Jolm Maurers ,rtear Tyler. On Surctay they were dinner guests  the William Hoar- nets. Labor Day guests at the Gus Pehrson ome were Mr. and Mrs. Raymortd Pottratz, Irene artd Jeff of Portland and Mr. and Mrs. Walt Rueckert of sal Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. Al WiBa-n at- maintain, operate, extend, renew, re- move, replace, repair, use, and operate a gas distrihutlor system, in, under, upon, over, across, and alorg the present and future public properties within the present or any future cor- porate limits of the Town for the pur- pose of transporting, distributing and selling gas (with the right and priv- ilege to make such connections with said pipes as will enable the Grantee to supply gas) for healing, lightin, power, ar*d any md Ml domestic, com- mercial, and industrial purposes, and other reasons and purposes i the Town, and to the Town and ils inhaLitants, and persons, firms, associatior, mur*ieipal corporations, and corporations therein. Section 3. TERM. The rights, priv- ileges, arid franchise hereby grnted to, ad conferred upon, the Grantee shall, unless this franchise be sooner ter- minated as herein provided, extend for a term of twenty-five (25) years from the date of written acceptance hereof by the Grar*tee. Section 4. CONSTRUCTION. Grantee shall comply with all valid ordinances of the Town relating to construction, rights ar, d privileges hereby granted are not diligently exercised in the public interest or in the event the Grantee shall fail for a )erlod of one (1) month to operate its gas distribution system, except in case of strikes or the de- struction of the same by fire or the elements or for an, y other reasons be- yond the control of the Grantee, this franchise shall terminate and all of the ights arid privileges granted here- under shall cease arid determine. ]Pro- vided. That the Grantee shall have the right temporarily to discontinue dis- tribution of gas through said distri- bution system or any part thereof for the purpose of making repairs or ex- tensiens, arm shall not be liable to a forfeiture therefor if such repairs and extensions are made with reasonable diligence. When the Grantee may reas- onably do so. it shall give notice of the discontinuance of gas either in writing properly addressed to the con- sumer or by notice in the official news- paper of the TowlL or by telephone or other communications. Sectior 14. REMEDIES TO ENFORCE COMPLIANCE. In addition to other excavtio.n, and the breaking, opening i remedies provided herein, the Grantor and closing of ground in public streets  reserves and has the right to pursue and properties. The Town shall have,any remedy to compel or enforce the prior right to the use of its streets IGrree , its successors and assigns to and alleys for the installatior* and main- ] comply with the terms hereof and to tenance of Town owned utility facilities. I furnish the service herein called for, Whenever the Grantee shall make and the pursuit of any right or ram- or cause to be made excavations or shall Iedy by the Town shall not prevent the ply, ca obstructions in public property of Town from thereafter declaring a for- the Town, Grantee shall exercise reas- failure for ar*y reaser hercin stated. orable precaution to protect the[ Section 15. REMOVAL OF FACILI- public therefrom; provided, how- TIES. In the event the Town declares ever, that the Grantee sha be amend- this franchise to be forfeited or upon able to the general and special laws of the Slate as r, re in such cases made and provided. The Grantee shall repair and restore to as good or better condi- tion all public arid private properties disturbed during the construction, main- 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 v, competent and ex- perienced persor to superintend and supervise the refilling of excavations made, and the expense of replacing and repairing of the ln)rtion of the public properties disturbed ir the construction, laying, operation and the maintenance of the Grantee's gas system shall be at the expense of the Grantee. hould Grantee fail or refuse to restore and replr, ce the same or better condition of such public and private properties within a reasonable period after completion of Grantee's construction, layirg, re- moval, operating and maintaining work, the same may be restored by tim Town at the experse of the Grantee. Section 5. PUBLIC PROPERTIES nnd STATE HIGHWAYS : If public properties other than highways within the corporate limits of the Town form a part of the route of the state highway, the Gran- tee shall determine the requirements of the State and take them irto 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 shall have the right and power to require of every consumer a eortractural right to ingress nnd egress upon, nd from. any and all gas consumer's properties for the pur- pose of installing, servicing, moving, cbarging, and reading meters, inspect- ing. mv, intainirg, or repairirg meters, and for the purpose of testing, exam- ining, or inspecting the connecting pipes, pipe lines, or laterals, and ap- )liances of the consumer, if, as and when the Grartee 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 an<l the sale of gas to any and all con- sumers within the Town am] to pre- scribe the forms of epplication 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 Washirgton Utilities and Transportation Commission. Section 8. RECORDS OF LOCATION OF FACILITIES. Tbe Grantee shall at all times keep full and complete rec- ords showing the location of all gas mais and service connections laid in the Town. Such records shall be available to the Town at all reasonable times upon request therefor. Section 9. MOVING OF PIPES AND FAC2LITIES BY GRANTEE. If the Town should pave or otherwise improve pulAic properties, includin 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, icluding 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 tee and its successors and assigns at its own expense. All work to be per- formed by the Grantee under this sec- tion shall be performed as may be re- quired by the terms of this franchise, with reference to construction. Section 10. SERVICE TO BE FUR- NISHED. At all times during the term of this franchise, the Grantee, subject to its rules and regulations as filed with the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission, and sub- ject to available nturai gas supplies, shall promptly ariel without discrimina- tion furnish ar adequate supply of nat- ural gas to the Grantor and-its suc- cessors and to it inhabitants and per- sons and corporations thereof who re- quest the same, and shall require, con- struct, maintain, equip, and operate all necessary facilities for the pur- chase, transmission, and distributior of natural gas for the benefit nnd convenience of the Town and tts in- habitants, Section 11. GRANTEE TO SAVE TOWN HARMLESS. The Grantee agrees to protect and save harmless the Town from all claims, actione, or damages of every kind and description which may occur to, or be suffered by, any person or persors, corporations, or pro- petty by reason of the construction, operatior,, and maintenance of the Gran- tee's gas distributio system, lines and facilities except such as may result from the fault or negligence of the :Town or its employees. In cve suit or action is brought against the Town for damages arisi out of, or by rease of, the bove-mentioned causes, the Grantee will, upon notice of it of i the commencement of said actior, de- fend the same at its sole cost and ex- pense, and i case judgment shall be ndered against the Tow in ' suit or action, the Grantee will fully satisfy sai4 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 Bald judgment within the ninety (90) day period, this franchlse shall at once cease and ter- minate. The Grantee, by its acceptance of this ordinarce, for itself, its mccessore or assigns, convenarts and agrees to and with the town at all ties to protect and save harmless the said Town, from all claims actions, suits, liability loss, expense or damage of every kind nnd description, which may accrue to or be suffered by a person or persons arising out of the ownership, construction or operatio of said gas system. Section 12. RESERVATIONS. The tended the 25h anniversary of Bocher of Sactpoint were La- the Louie Wiltms at the Luke bor Day visitors. H<md imme at RocMyn on The Bill Smithpeters fmiyi Sunday. Tuesday evem'v they spen 1,ast weekend sightsee-i irg in Oregon, following the] visited the Bob McI)awel,ts at Spokane. ' Lewis and Clark Trail and l campirg out. Monday dirmer] guests at the Smithpee were . oRmac o. ls the Ken Broyles family, the &r ordinance o'anting to The Wash- ing Water Pewee Co., a Washington eor- Gill fami;ly and the BOb potation, l o and Ws, a COOks. franchise for 1 purpo of furnisht Doug Johnson celebrated t_h%?Wn. Of M-eieal ]Lce, Washington, =zm =m mhghitanta with natural, mar Iris 21st birthday with a din- ufaetued, nd/or mixed gns. The COUncil of the Towr of Medical ser party at the Fred Johnson   Ordain ae lllows: lmme, Sept. 5. Guests were =on t. DEFmrrIoNS. The follow. ing deflnitio are provided for the Tey and David Jhon, Mr. sole purpo of proper iterpretation ld Ts. Les Gibson  am- and administrtiol of this ordinauce. 1. Public Properties hall mean and fly .of Cheney, Billy and Jim include tret, aHey sidewalk, curbs. Ktn, Don Hvlebrook, Mr. roads, highways avenues, thoroughfare, parkways, bridges, v|aduet, public and Mrs. Quinn Smith and .aund, pli imp:,.vemen, and faTD.iy, Mr. an 's. ly -all omer public nlaeee wthin the eorpor- ate limit of t Tow of Medisal Lake. and family of 01ayt<m and =. Distribution System," "System,' Ffloy, Nina and Bob HaD&gel. and "Lin,, used either in the circular or Town reserves the right to dopt nnd plural mean md include the gas pipes, eforco all necessary ordinances to eon- ePe lines t mains, laterals e onduits, feed- trol the performance of the conditior , regUlatol, meters, fxtures, con- of this franchise, including reasonable .. .. nections ami nll nttachment md ap- ordinanees of a police nature i the 1 I[:..,=11..= 1==1  purtenances, ecessary incidental there- exercise of its policy powers i the in'- [[| ll  to or in arv way appertaiuing to the retest of public safety and for the wel v uuuilVi M IlVWW,.= ...... , --r -- nzstrtnution of g'. I fare of the public. The Town shall R .- --- _ss_ _.. I 8. "Maintance,' "Mdntaining" er have access at all reasonable times to ty IaTlterme rlonoway [*'Ma!ntein', meat and shall inc|udel emy Part of the plant or plans, facil- I remywg, rePairinff replacing, examining, : itiss, operations, and premises, of the FALL ACTIVITIES BEGIN [tettn, inspeetinr, removtrg, digging Grantee to make inspections and tests .....  .___ I aria excavating and restoring operations that may be required in supervising sparmm grage wm roKe i incidental theto. I the fulfillment by the Grantee of the -H"" =,oF* . ...--..-'mr .- with .I 4. Consumer_. meanS any person.. , per- I terms of this franchise. ....... 'Aft I sons, ttrm soeiation, munlclpai cor- J Section 13. FORFEITURE. In ease a DaCK 170 s0nOOl tneme lvlem potation a z " ' "J " , 'nd/or corporat'on, that uses]of failure by reason of rgligence or w,o'" ,,," ,,,,vo.t"a to bnrt,l a a sack .... gas for residertial commercisl and i- ] willful act on the part of the G-an uustrlal urDoses. , tee, its Stlccesser8 and assigns to corn- lunch. 5. Gas means natural, manufactured, ] ply with an of the provisions of this ^ caob women's club and/or mixed ases j ordinance or if the Grantee 't .o . 't S .. . , it euc- ...... 1 1-  ection 2. GRANT. The Town ot Med- I cessors nd asszgns negligently or win writ mee, in lS c, n icai .Lake, Washlngtor' hereafter .esdled] fully do or cause to be done any act uiCh allv nd Evelyn, Willms the 'Town " rarts to The Wasnmgton or thing prohibited by or tr violation Wbii ,'--,. -- " _ __ Water Poergcompany, a Washington] of the terms of this franchise ordin- n(l ,.JTI rnr a D2oe:. Corporation, hereinfater called the J ance, the Grantee, its suceessers nnd ,h c,, 1 ,eetin will lave "Orantee " and its successors and as- [ assigns shall forfeit all rights and riv ,z p. o,,, .. I, .... sig, the right privilege, authority, l ileges granted by this ordinavePnd me 'otw aKes rlUD elUD as and franchise to onstruct. or.otherw!sel all rights thereunder shall cease un- .... o .;. u,, O_ould of the acquire nd to ow maintain' equip I less such noncompliance or rohtbited ; .....  ,1_ nd operate plats and works, and all J act or thing zs corrected with, thirty extension of Ilce Will De lle necessary or desirable nppurtenances|dys after receipt of written ntice ""* ' qhose attlT(:[- thereto for thu manufacture purcnase lot forfeiture dlreeted to the Grantee,  v. /,,:.. an tranamissio, and distriLtio of gas, Iet its Spokane, Washington office bY ins are urges I:o rmg Y Including the right to consLruct, lay, United States mail. In the eve=t the its termination and if it is not re- rsewed, the Town may require the Gran- tee or its successors and assigns to remove such of its facilities from the public properties at its own cxpere as may irterfere with use of the Town streets, alleys or other public proper- ties, and if it becomes necessary for the Town to do so, the Town shall be paid for the reasorable cost of su,'h removal by the Grantor. Section 16. BINDING' UPON SUC- C-%SSORS AND ASSIGNS. All rights and privileges granted and duties im- posed by this ordirmnce upon the Gran- tee shsll extend to, ad be binding upon, its successors, receivers, liqui- dators, and/or assigns. Section 17. NOT EXCLUSIVE. This ordinance shall not be construed to be an exclusive frarvhlse. Section 18. ASSIGNMENt. The Gran- tee and its successors and assigns may not assign or sublet this franchise with- out the written eorsent of the Town, and then only in its entirety and such assigrment nd subletting shall be bind- ing upon the Grantee's successors ar*d assigns and inflependet contracrs of the Grantee, nd a copy of said as- signment or sublettirg shall be filed with the Town. Sectior 19. ACCEPTANCE. After the passage and legal publication of this ordinance, and if accepted within thirty (30) days after such publicatior*, the! Grantee shall indicate such acceptance by its filirg with the Town an un- conditional written ceptarce thereof, to be executed according to law. and a failure of the Grantee so to accept this ordinance within the said period of time shall be deemed a rejeetior thereof by the Grar*tee, and the rights and privileges herein granted shall after the expiration of said period of thirty l (30) dys, if nut so accepted, absolutely cease and determine unless said period of time shall be extended by the Town by ordir*ance duly passed for that pur- oso. Section 20. VALIDITY. If any section, suhsection, paragraph, sentence, clanse, or phrase of this ordinance is declared unoonstitutiorml or invalid for any rea- son, such decision shah not ffect tbe validity of the remaining portions of this ordinance. Seetior 21. EFFECTIVE DATE. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect five (5) days from, and after, its passage, approval, and legal pub- ]iction (all at the cost of the Gran- tee herein) s provided by law. pro- vided it is duly accepted as hereinbefore provided. Ir*troduced and passed first reading or th|s 7th day of July, 1965 by the affirmative vote of three councilmen. Passed second reading this 21st day of July, 1965 by affirmative vote of four Councilmen. Passed third reading and approved this 21st day of July, 1965, by four Councilmen. /s/ A. E. Per*ton, Mayor Attest: /s/ E. A. Brewer, Jr. Clerk-Treasurer. Approved as to form: /s/ Merritt A. 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