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Page 6 Chancy Free Press Fridy, September 18, 1964 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway Cardinals Defeat Cheney Blackhawks In Foo Iball Opener A crowd esthnated at 1,200 watched Medical,Lake&apos;s - dis beat Oheney 13-7 Saturday eveArtg on the ame field in a non4eague ,game. In the first quarter the Cardinals scored on a 21-yard pass play to A1 Worth to take a 6-0 lead. In the .second quarter Mike Slmn. kel ran 71 yard.s to make a 13- 0 .score ai just before half time Cheney's Tom Oswald t,rew a p,a which LiddeU caught to make the ma score 13-7. Gheney drove to the Med- ical Lake fern- yard line but was held by fine defensive plating on the part of Bill Stimson ,and Ev Shnmeaux. They .had two tackles each to save the game for the Cardin- Death Calls Harl Glasgow MEDICAL 1 J. Ghsgow, known to many as "Hi," suffered a stroke and died Saturday evening, Aug. 29. He was .bon, May 7, 1895, at Force Base, vice president; Silver Lake, on the pace Mrs. Simoneaux, secretary, and Mrs. A1 Denton, treasurer. dis. Mss Ruth Glasgow, all of Mad- CoaCh Conners said it was a teal Lake. hmxl hitting, clean game for Hi funeral was held Sept. so early in the season. Cheney 2 in the Ball and Dodd Ftm- witl phy ere again, for a eml Home at Medical Lake. league game Oct. 59. The Car- Cremation followed. where he made 'his home with his wife, Madge. He was a vet- eran of World War I, and lived in Alaska for 15 years, where he worked on construction. He recently operated a resort on Silver Lake until his retire- ment. Preceding m in death were his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. James Glasgow, ad two brothers, Ctrles and Darrel W. Survivors are his widow, Madge H.; two brothers, Hugh P. and Max L., and two sis- tarts, Mrs. Arzel P "hips and will travel to East Val- ley tordg'ht for an 8 p. m. game. There will be football every Friday except for a bye Sept 25. The junior varsi lost to Cheney Monday in a  de- feasive gme, with the fLal score 7-2. Gary Batez is t%e coach. Officers Eleded For Booster Club Col. George Ganbridge has been elected president of the Medical Lake (hrdinals boost- er club. Other officers are Col. F_,dwacl Tarrant, Fairchild Air i 4-H WINNERS AT FAIR Several members of the Che- nay Ramblers 4-H clnb from the Medical Lake-Eapanvla area atteuded the Four Lakes Fair and took home ribbers. They wgre: C.leve Rider, with her Appaloosa mare, "Mel- ody," won the grand champ- ionship in the halter class; "Karen Van Ihe and Penny. IIolloway each received a white ribbon with their Imrses in the same class; Larry Stafford received a blue rbbon for 'his white face heifer; Buddie took a red ribbon far-his beef en- try, and Mike Rider took two ribbons in the vegetable divis- ion--a blue for banana squash and a red for carrots. HOT LUNCH ! Monday  Hot pork wth gravy, green beans and mh- ,oom sauce, tomato wedge, chocolate pudding and milk. Tuesday  Meat loa, mu tard arid catsup, bread and but- ter, buttered corn, pickles, jclto, butterscotch squares and mik. Wednesday -- Old fashl'oned beef stew. hot rolls 'and butter, cottage cheese and p'meapple salad, fresh plums and milk. Thursday -- Baked beans with bacon, cabbage slaw, pea- nut butter sandwich, pears and milk. Friday -- Tuna ro0dle cas- serole, tossed ,green slad, blue cheese dressing, bread and bt- tar, watermelon and milk. MARRIED 50 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Arly BarteR, who were married Sept. 17, ] 1914, n Spokane were honored i Sund, a by th.e two dauht- ors, Mrs. Lyte Fuson and Mrs. Fred Grub, with an open house at the IOOF hall Sunday after- noon. The hall was decorted in green and gold with bouquets of gladiolas. A pot of gold was presented to them. A total of 115 .signed the guest book presided over by Janet Syprejda and Lynn Grub. Out of town guests were Mrs. Alma Ross, Mr. and Mrs. John Weyen, Mr. and Mrs. Ern- es Bartelt, Mr. and Mrs. Mel- vin School, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Goodwin and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Scholar, all of Spo- kane. CHICAGOANS VISIT Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Grun- sted of Chicago flew here last week for a few days visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ira MeKay and Lauren. The Grunsteds .ad McKays took the scerc boat trip around Lake Chelan and Vis- ited many other points af inter- est. They were particularly im- pressed with the Duncan ar- dens of Spokane and the abun- dt apple crop at Brewster. In a letter received today, the Grunsteds sahi this is tndy beautiful country and indeed: a .different way of Kfe from Chicago. They are  for- ward to nother trip here next fal. Grured is Mrs. McKay's brother. CHAPMAN CITED Chles B. Chapman, USCgG, son of Mrs. E Imira B. Chelnnm of lute I, .Medic1 Lake, is a member  the Cast Gum'd malxhg tmt, based on Gov- ernment Island, Alameda, Calif., that recently won eight aads as one of the top at- traotions at the Seattle Sea. fair. OFF CALIFORNIA David A. Church, hospital- man apprentice, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Willard A. Church of Medical Lake, is par- ticipating in ,a pacific weapons training exercise aboard the at- tack aircrvft carrier USS Han- cock, off the coast of C_lHer- ma. TO PICK QUEEN Te Harvest Ball queen will be picked Saturday evening at the FFA dance for high school students in the multiom'Ix)so room at the elementary school. The three candidates are Pat Darrow and Bonnie Kemedy of Fairchild and Dmnne Van Lehe of Medl'cal Lake. Danc- .ing will be from 8 until 11 p. m. with three door prizes be- i.n,g given: a tom turkey, a hen turkey and a picnic ham. The FFA judging team at- temied the Lincoln County Fair at Daverport Saturday, placing sixth. The team was made up of John Jansen, Jolm Woedward, Sam tlcher, Dale Breneman and Jim Jov.son. Tbe will spend Thursday at the Interstate Fair, taking part in the judging. The shool band will also phy .at the fair Thursday. T,hey will also play in che marching parade at 2:30 Sept. 25 at Fairchild. Sept. 26 is the date set for i the car wash by the National Honor Society. PTS tEETS The high school  met lhursday to hear Mr. Van Matre speak on program sched- uling or graduation require- manta. He also introduced the staff and teachers. Mr. Kyle spoke on guidance and testing. The meeting was well attend- ed. POTLUCK SCHEDULED Everyone is invited to bring a dinner and their families for a potluck din,nor at 6:30 Mon- day evening .at the elementary school. Rev. Billups wtl give the invocation. Teachers and personnel will be introduced A board meeting was held Monday evening with Betty McGee, president, presiding. Committee chaim.an for the year are: membership, Leo- nard Long and Ken Broyles; 1.eislaure, Don Kyle; public- ity, Dixie Kukuk; .health, Nel- lie Wood; hospita'l:ity, Peggy Broyles; food, Mrs. Cashew; room mother, Eloise Von Lehe. GRUB RETURNS TO WASHINGTON, D. C. Phillip Grub left Wednes- day for ,ls duties at George Washigt0 University. He spent some time here and n the coast during the summer. His auat, Mrs. Ellory, enter- tained at a dinner party in his honor Tuesday evading, whiCh included  school friend, and students from 2visp. Hay'rag a arewell  at the Llewellyn Hibrbick lmme Sun&w were members af Jim's amilT to ish him well. t col. 1ego. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Tim brick, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bellfilis and Steve and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ander- son and Lesa. Jim ,left Tuesday for Seattle ,Pacific College, where he has a basketball sclml, aship. His mother accom- panied him to Kirkland where she will attend the Women's Mksinary Council during the week. St. Timothy's Episcopal GuiM met Monday evening at :the home ,of Pearl King. Phns were made to carry out the mincemeat project again this year. Mrs. John Lateen was taken to the Deaconess Hospital Wed- nesday of ,last week with an udetermined ailment. The club stpports al Cardi- nal athletic teams. According to A1 Denton, "When they bave to travel long distances, a lint meal will be pro'Chased 'by group follong the games. This applies to all the ball teams througlmut the year. "Charter memberships will be $5 per 'person and a section of the bleachers will be rescu- ed for this group t ea game until game time. Associate membership vill be approx- imately $1.50 per person and in .turn you will receive a booster breton. "At the end of each home game hot coffee and dough- rmts will be furnished at the school for alJ members." PERSONAL MENTIONS Sunday dinner guests of the Fritz Gibreths were the Bud Swigarts of Spokane, the Don Winnans, the Mike Gilhret and Julie, the Bud Ahlfs and Billy, the Oscar Reimeiers and the Bob Van Camp6 of Spokane. The Loren Van Lo- bes were evening visitors. 'Pearl King eelebrted her birth<lay last week with dner at the Harold Toohey home. Guests were Glen Pedigo, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pedigo, Pearl King and the hosts. Mrs. S. C. McGee of Everett spent several days the past week with the Jack McGees. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Mace were Sunday visiters with Mrs. Marge MeI,arlaing in Spokane. The Ed Mahons drove to Wath Walla Thursday to at- tend the funeral of an old friend, Dr. William Larson, of e. Sunday visitors at the Mil- ton Kukuk home were the Ken Broyles and the A1 Bakers of Spokane. The Nick Haidys drove to i Chewelah Sunday .to visit and .have dinner with Marie Set- mar. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Detil- lion of Seven Mile accovapan- led them. Stafley Savage, an old friend from California, was tin overnight visitor one night last week. Espanola News By Katherine Hoffoway BEATTIES MOVE Friends and neighbors may find Mr. and Mrs. Claude Beat- tie at home at N. 423 Starfley in Medical Lake. They moved on Monday of last week. The pace they have farmed for 26 years has been sold to Mr. and Mrs. Bill Knott of Five Mile. Living in the house are Mr. ,and Mrs. Larry Morse. Wednesday visitors of the Beatties were Mrs. Doris Spooner and family of Poho- kee, Fla. Friday dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. A1 Willms nd on Sunday the Bob Mc- Dowells were supper guests. GRANGE TO HAVE FAI R BOOTH The fair booth committee, headed by Edna Reitmeier, grange lecturer, met at her home during the weekend to put together the booth for the Interstate Fair, being held this week. The center of attraion is a birthday cake, baked by Jean McMilhn, depicting the Diamond Jubilee of the Wash- itgton State Grange. The cake is to be flanked by sheaves of grain from area farms. Help- ing are Claude Garner, Hank Rosenau, Ltfla Tilson, Ollie Hen,nig, Mary Wyboney and Betty Labish. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mrs. Bob Kirk and girls of Pomeroy are spen'&h tkis week at the A1 Wil.hns ,home. Stmd,ay evening visitors of the Wil'hns were Mr. and Mrs. Vic Meers and fly of Hatting- ton. They ,had stopped on eir trip home from taki their datghter, Vivkie, to Holy lames College. Mr. and Mrs. larvin Wfllms were also ] guests. [ Visiting with the Oavl Jm[ sons over the weekend were Roxanne, Barry nd Tina Strieff of Cherney. Sunday vis- itors were Mr. and Mrs. Dave Henng of Waukon. Amanda Alberta  Renfl McLean were Friday vim'tars at the Oscar Reitmeiers. O Sunday fihe Reitmeiers were Sunday supper guests at the Fritz Gilbbretbs in Medical Lake. The Bill McGourins were Friday luncheon guests at the Don Lambert home at Chancy. Mrs. Lambert was a supper guest at the ,McGotwins o Pri. day. Eric Swanson of Wauko was ,an evening visitor. Satur- day vister were Bll McGou. rin and Gary Marm of Spokane. Mr. ,and Mrs. Stanley Swan ad Gary of Wukon visited Stmday even'rag, as did the Don Lambexts. John Mr, seer arid Gary Glas- gow hunted a few days the past week in the Leavenworth rea. Sunday eve.nin, g supper guests of the Jolm, Labish fa,m- ily were Mr. and Mrs. Pete Brommer v Reardan. Sandy Musser spent the weekend wit Mr. and Mrs. Tony Thornton at Tacoma. The Gus Pehrsons attended the wedding of Jacldyn lm- ney d Fredrich K0ter Thurs- day evening in $I0O. On Sunday they visited the C|ar- ence Kirchners at Tyler. Eve- ning visitors of the Pehrsens were Mr. and Mrs. Norman Maughn of Oheney. Friday evemng visitors at the Frank Selfridge 'home were Mr. 'and Mrs. Joe Waggoner and family of Spokane. On Sat- urday evening the Selfridges attended a birthday party at the Bob Rogers home, honor- ig Bob. On Sunday evening .they visited vi.th the Bill Broyles fanly at Edwall. Ethel Stockton of Las Vegas spent 10 days with the Lloyd Krmpps. They spent several days in Canada, which took them over the Skyline Drive. On Friday they were dinner guests at the home of Mnnie and Dave Paterson. Sunday visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Arnold and family of Spokane. Sunday visitors at the Gary Webley home were Mr. and ;Mrs. David Greenalt and fam- ily of Odessa. Mickey Moriarty and family visited with Mrs. Roberta Maurer and family Thursday. The Moriartys were Saturday supper guests of the Don Mc- Cndless fanuly in Chancy. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sather were Saturday supper guests of the Gordon Hodgsons. NOTICE OF FILING OF PRELIMINARY BUDGET FOR THE TOWN OF MED- ICAL LAKE 1OR THE FISCAL YEAR 1965 AND NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEAR- ING FOR ADOPTION OF SAID BUD- GET. Notice is hereby given that the Fis- cal Budget for the year 1965 for the Town of Medical Lake has been filed with the Town Clerk of the Town of Medical Lake as a preltmirmry Budget and the same will be fully considered at a public hearlng to be held at 7:30 o'clock p.m. in the Council Chambers of the Town Hall on Monday, Sept. 21, 1964 at. which time and place the Town Council will formally approve the Bud- get for the Town of Medical Lake for the year 1965 and make a tax levy for said year. Any person or persons desiring to be heard for or against said Budget or any item thereof may appear and be ] heard at said meeting of the Town Coun- cil. Copies of said Budget will be avail-] able for study at the office of the Town [ Clerk of the Town of Medical Lake. [ By order of the Town Council and [ approved by the Mayor this 2nd day of September, 1964. I E. A. Brewer, Jr.. Town Clerk (Sept. 11-18) J ___( i Notice is hereby given that the Town! Clerk of the Town of Medical Lake! will receive bids up to 4:00 o'clock p. m. Wednesday, October 7, 1964 in, the office of the Town Clerk, in the town hall, Medical Lake, Washington, for the hauling, and disposal of garbage from the Town of Medical Lake to the County Sanitary Fill Site near Marshall, Wash- inwton', at rates not to exceed those adopted by Ordinance No. 283 of the Ordinances of the Town of Medical Lake, amt for a period of two years, commencing November 1, 1964. All bidders shall submit a bid for garbage collection in the Town of Med- ical Lake as specified in Ordinance No. 283 of the Ordirmrces of the Town of Medical Lake and eact bidder shall speci- ! fy the rates at which he, the bidder, will collect all garbage according to the terms of said Ordinance in the Town of Medical Lake and dispose of said gar- bage at the Coruty Sanitary Fill Site. All bidders are cautioned that the rates prescribed in said Ordinance are maxi- mum rates only. Further, all bidders shall specify the gross percentage amount which he, the bidder, is willing to pay the Town of Medical Lake as specified in Section 10 of said Ordin- arce for an exclusive contract and as an occupation tax. Each bidder shall state his exper- ience and give all other information as required by Section 9 of said Ordin- ance and also each bidder will be re- qnired to have a local office and tele- phone ir the Town' of Medical Lake at- tended during normal business hours as prescribed by Section, 11 of said Or- dinance. All bidders shall inform themselves NOTICE The preliminary Budget, own of Airway Heights for the year 1965 ,has been fried with the Town Clerk and a copy will be furnished to any Airway Heights taxpayer w, ho w,ill call at the Clerk's Office. The Town Council meets Oc- ber 5, 1964 at 7:00 p. m. City Hall, Airway Heights, Wash- ington for the purpose of fix- ing the fh',al budget ad mak- ing tax levies. Taxpayers may appear there ,and be beard for or against ,any part of the bud- get. Town of Airway Heights, Valerie Smith, Clerk (Sept. 18-25) fully of the provisions of said Ordinanc ami contract will be awarded solely and strictly on the provisions of said Ordin- ance No. 283 and no representation of any officer of the Town of Medical Lake shall deviate, change or alter any terms of said Ordirmnce. Bids will be opened at a regular meet- ing of the Town Oouncil of the Town of Medical Lake to be held at 8:00 o'clock p. m. on Wednesday, October 7, 1964 in the Council Chambers in the Town Hall of the Town of Medical Lake. The Town of Medical Lake reserves the right to reject ary and all bids and to waive irregularities. By Order of the Town Council of the Town of Medical Lake this 2nd day of September, 1964. E. A. Brewer, Jr., Clerk-Trsasurer (Sept 11-18) i ORDINANCE NO. F-38 An Ordinance relating to public safety and regulating the installa- tion, use, mainterfance, alteration or repair of gas piping, gas fitting work, gas fitting systems, gas appliances and gas venting on consumer's premises within the City of Chemey, providing for the licensing of persons engaged in the business of installing, main taining, exterding, altering or repair- ing the same: prescribing peenalties. The City Council of the City of Cheny Do Ordain as Follows: SECTION 1. 1.1 Definition of terms. For the pur- posee of this ordinance, the followirg words, terms and phrases are hereby defined and shell have the meaning herein given" to them. Consumer means any person using gas, including residential, commercial and industrial users. Gas means natural, manufactured or mixed gas suitable for domestic or industrial fuel. Gas Appliance means any appliance or device used for burning gas. Gas Company means ary person or persons holding and exercising a fran- chise to distribute gas within the cor- porate limits of the City of Cbeney. Gas Piping System means all gas piping from the outlet of the gas meter iwstalled or used in connection with consumption of gas on consumer's premises. Gas Fitting Work means the installa- tior, alteration, extension, repair or maintermnce, from the outlet of the gas meter, of gas piping, veneting and appliance. Gas Fitting System means all gas piping, duct work, appliances and ac- cessories installed or used ir connec- tion with consumption of gas on con- sumer's premises Gas Fitter means any person who does gas fitting work on, any gas system or gas appliare. Gas Installer means any person who is licensed and who engages or employs licensed gas fitters, servicemen, and/or apprentices, to install gas equipmelt and accessories in a city nr county of Spokare acceptable to the City Council. Person means any person, firm, as- sociation, corporation, or municipal cor- poration,. Premisees means the property of the consumer up to the property line and including any buildings or structures thereon. Used Gas Appliances mear a gas appliance which has been. previously sold, installed or used. 1.2 Installation, Conversion, Mainten- ance, Operation and Safety Standards The provisions of the Inland :Empire Natural Gas Association Standards for the Installation of Gas Appliances and Gas Piping, Domestic Gas Cat, version Burners and Gas Equipment i excess of 400,000 B. T. U.'s per hour tntmt, first Edition-1961," N.BFU No. 58, Stor- age and Handling of Liquefied Petro- leum Gases. dated July 1954. NBFU No. 59. Storage and Hand]in,g of Lique- fied Petroleum Gases at Utility Gas Plants, dated July 1954. on, file in the office c/f the City Clerk is adopted by TRUCKS FOR "65! More models, more engines, more Chevy workpower l The long strong line of Chevy trucks for '65 is rolling in with miles of new working equipment. Like that hand- some Fleetside pickup that leads the pack. . one of the 18 pickup models in the line this year. Further along, you'll find economical Chevy-Vans, a wide selection of walk- in vans, a bigger choice of big trucks, more job-tailored components--trucks built to fit your business and budget. And under those hoods you'll find the best in 4- and 6-cylinder, V8 and diesel power, 18 tough truck engines in all including 4 new lower cost diesels. Here's the huskiest bunch of haulers that ever came looking for work! Our word for all this is workpower. That's the stuff that makes a truck a real truck. A hard-nosed money-saver, Yes, workpower's here aad Chew' got it, in such a variety of types and sizes that plcklng the best truck for your job will be easier than it's ever been before, if you're in the market just get in touch with your dealer. Telephone your Chevrolet dealer about n#y f.vpe of fa/Vk ...... tJWJJJ tltttllllltt'! I" ..... .=.. ..................... ..ttvt ............ tt.t.lllttt I tttliititt i 1 iilttlttlltt .Ittlllll fl I ! Brown and BoRer Motor Co. 513 FI RST ST. C H E N EY 235-6231 reference as to maintenar*ce, operation and ards of the City of Chem that, in the event any ordinance, the provisios once shall gover and be All amendments and "Inland Empire Natural Standards for the Appliances and Gas Gas Conversion Burners ment in excess of 400,000 per hour irput, First when. printed and filed Clerk, shall ments and addition; hereto, conflict with the 1 dirmnce. SECTION II 2.1 License Required Before starting an gas installer shall have in hi an up-to-date, valid, gas issued by the City of SI kane County, indicatlrg s er has successfully l litter's examinaton,; pro that the owner of any dwelling, occupied by be required to have a gas or procure the bond and inafter provided for to do work on said premises if to be done by the owner or of his immediate family, such owner shall obtain permit, perform the works in accordance with other this ordinnnce, subject of the designated except however, that permitted to do gas any building which is of business, i unit or, house to he 2.2 Bond and Insurance er. Before ary started, the gas installer bond in the sum of Two (2,000) Dollars executed bY cant, as principal, and pany authorized to do State of Washington, City of Chancy, licensee, his agents and fully comply with all and the ordinarces of relating to gas fitting any person injured by principal to comply and ordinances, or with arY visions thereof, shall have action against the in his own name: liability of any surety required to be given staller, as herein limited to the amount bond and in case of two or more persons for the conditiors of such of the amount of the coveries shall be pro-rated recovery against the suretY exceed the amount of the further that any person himself of the benefits shall commence action one (1) year after the pletion of the work been improperly done. The shall also have a surance policy or a of the same, issued by carrier authorized to the State of Washington injury limits in' the Hundred Thous ariel person, Two Hundred Dollars per accidert, Thousand (200,000) gate, and property its of One (100,000) Dollars per One Hnndred Thousand Jars : Provided that may qualify as a of furnishing the surance herein preserlbed of ten. percent (10%) of as established by a statement signed by a accountant and p]aced on City Council. The bond shall be presented ir form acceptable to the Counsel of the City of of a gas installer or fitting work in, Cheney yoked by the City Coul failure to faithfully here to the terms and ordinance. All bonds shall expire 31st of each year. B and self-insurance annually. Insurance herein shall continue in, force fitting work has been United States Washington, County of District No. 360, Cheney shall rt be nish a bond under this 2.3 No persons shall work without first obtain from the City U]erk of Such permit shall ensed gas installer or serially responsible for work. The City Courcil fees for such permits. 2.4 Rough Gas Piping piping test shall be made er after all piping mit has been, installed piping has been covered or or any fixture or gas appliare attached thereto.  2.5 Final Piping Test, p.e., Final test of piping shall lnCS- sure tests. After the installer such piping has been fortuity with this ordinanCes advise the gas company ana it to grant gas service. !fo2.6 Test Required if G r Pe lad of Time. A new be required for a that has already been but where no gas has been period of twelve (12) months or more. 2.7 Gas Service and shall be unlawful for any turn gas into ant gas service has beer the gas company is rice shall serve as a inspection on, the installer shall cause to be tested within a 2.8 Defective Work or Materials If an that unapproved used or defective performed in the tion, repair or exten,sion piping, fixture or any corsumer's ire materials or work by the installer within and another inspection 2.9 Discontinuance or by Gas Company. The is authorized to to supply gas for any gaS ture or appliance which to be defective or leaki, condition ' as to edanger In such case, the gas immediately give notice uanee or refusal of pant of the consumer's such gas supply is limed. The installer shall correct the conditions gas company, and it for any person, to pipir*g, fixture or orized by the gas 3.1 Responsibility The Gas Installer shall sibility for all gas thereof. 3.2 Liability of City ioy. This ordinanwe construed as imposing Cheney any liability or damages resulting from piping or appliances or tion, thereof, nor shall the hey or any official or be held as " any or responsibility by 3.3 Validity of OrdinanCe, tlon; sub-section, sennC e, phrase of this ordinance ts adjudged by a Court of diction to be invalid or such adjudication shall affect the remaining ordinance which shall be and effect as if said tion, senterce0 c]auee clared or adjudged titutional were not thereof. 3.4 Penalty. Any peratio violating an, of this ordinance shall be of a misdemenaor and thereof, shall be any sum not exceeding Dollars or by jail for a period not (90) days, or by both imprisonmen, t. Passed by the City proved by the Mayor September, 1964. Nolan Brown, Mayor ATTEST: Roy Foss, City Approved as to Form: or Merritt Johnson., Attorney * (Sept. 18, 1964)