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Nora expres is whot lem Proctor a,rd Alta Buob had uled to end his November, It,on Compact Mrs. N. A. Cordill received a gift from the Po- but due to the Viet Nam crisis GRANGE ANNOUNCES mon,a home economies cb,:ir- has been extended four on S. Patterson, EWSC VISITATION MEETING !man for their blue ribbon sew- months. The Moes plan to visit wiH represent high- ing ontries. A visitation meet- friends and relatives al,n,g the of the st'ate at Amber grange met Friday ins will be at the Amber way and expect to be gone of the Interstate evening with master Larry grange on Oct. 5 at 8 p. m. about ten days. for Education corn- Oeser presiding. The blood Four Lakes and Tyler granges in Kansas City bank reported a credit of three will be a,sssting Amber Mrs. Glenn Best, Glenna, atnd Thursday. pints. grange ladies are asked to Connie and Frank attended the called by Gov. Amber will help serve din- please bring fruited jello, football game Saturday at Joe of North Oaro- nor at Pomonla to be held at Albi stadium between EWSC heads the committee F(r Lakes Sept. 25. A vote of MOE FAMILY BUSY and Western Mot,ana. the corn wi be thanks yeas given to Mrs. Alta Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Moe ar- Fred Baker o,f Gresham, by state governors Buob for redecorating the Mas- rived hvme Monday by train. Ore., was a Wednesday guest from each ter's working tool case and to from a two week vacation trip George Anderson for don,ating to New York. While there they visited the World's Fair am TRI-STATE REALTY, INC. BUY NOW double entry homes by Bob Wilson Homes Inc. for you. Let us show you these fine homes. APPROX 5 ACRES home, electric heat, garage and shop area, system and water rights. This ,acreage will run head of beef plus hay and nice garden spot. Full only $1250.00 down, balance easy terms CALL FOR INFORMATION trade older homes on new. We have bailding sites, custom building, FHA and Conventional fi- available for building. CALL BILL GESCHKE OR LLOYD HAM TRI-STATE REALTY INC. CALL 235-4778 CHENEY, WASH. NEW CUSTOM HOMES 3 bdrm homes ready to occupy. Ineiu,d,es w/w car- ,appliances, furl basement, 11/ baths. & family room, kit. w/eating space $12,950. DUPLEXES 2 l>drm, duplexes w,/w carpet, kitchen aplliance& trade. LOTS IN NEW AREA i tht new custom ome, FHA has a new program for w/nothing down to $15,000. Also can arrange con, vent,anal financing, for new homes. Ken Morlan Widmer Realty -- FA 8-4004 15th, 1600 square bedroom home. Elee. kitchen, range, dish- fireplace, double Ed Doten Real Es- 1st St., Phone 235- al3tf I al'so spent some time visiting a cousin .at Yonkers, N.Y. They left ,again Wednesday by car to go to San Diego to visit their son Ronald, who is in the MOE Homeowners Insurance Coverage FOR LESS MONEY! CASCADE'S POLICY "D" SEE US NOW ED DOTEN AGENCY CHENEY 235-4050 of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Mil- ler. Baker, a former resident, ]has been visiting with old friends i,n this area. BIG GAME BAGGED Wa'llace Scroggie and a friend from Pateros wet hurA- ing in the high Cascades over the weekend. Wallace sh, ot a g.oat, which is a rarity in this area and his friend sot a bear. They went by Jeep and had to walk the rest of the way into camp. Amber scllol hot lunch will start Oct. 4. Amber Rambler 4-H dub will meet ,at the sem.ol house o,day evening at 7:30. Mrs. Josie Marsh and Mrs. Elsie Scihmidt were guests of ?!r. and Mrs. Itoward Marsh fr dinner Sunday and later ,4sited the Interstate fair. Gwen Krom of DLsty m od- CeJ bar prize winning dress otfit at the Iinterate Fair :aturday night and lat-r was an over night guest of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Don Lambert. Her larents, Mr. and Mrs. B,*a Krom came for ier Silnday and had dinner with the Lamberts. Among those attending the 5:pokane Interstate Fair Sun- day were Mr. and Mrs. Kent Sooy, Carol and Gary. and Mr. and Mrs. Glen, n Best, G']enna, home, one bed- evening, 235-4043 sl0tf ker Commander ood condition, new KE 5-13'91. 810-24p 50 x 100 on Fern & streets See Clarence s,17ff or trade for dryer E. electric range. 824p hunting coat, pai new. 235-6533. s241p pickup, 1-to, 18,000 mileage, Jim Fischer, 824p Trailer Ho,use,, 54', paly furnished kitten, 7 weeks old, :nale and three fe- 235-6220 anytime. s24-olp home. Storm widows, electric 2 corner lts, 522 Lincvtn, eves or weekends, i 824 m,hogany coffee 2 card tables, unpaint- .and 5-drawer dTaers, c"el" a1- 235-4958. s24tf good comfit,on. Also washer with pump. 824p carpet colors... them with Blue Lus- eltric shampooer Hdwe. s24 household range for trade. Inquire Red s24 WANTED Call 235-6648 OR WOMEN WANTED 'fuji time. Choose your Earn $2 - $3 per tmur. phone 235-4685. s24tf FOR RENT Large, beautiful, new 2 bed- room apartment. Adults only. 25'5-4017. If no answer. call 235-6585. s3tf Three rooms upstairs, furnish- ed. Married couple or older single person. Quiet, reference. 124 2nd, phone 235--6544. s3f 2 bedroom unfurnished mod- ern apt. electric heat $40 rod. See F. M. Watson, Four Lakes, Wash. sl0-30p Unfurnisbed 2 bedroom home, i modern, newly decorated Fish Lake 235-4464 83-24 Three bedroom older, close to cllege and sch,ools, 6th at Cedar, ,has range, refrigeaator, $75.00. Call Tri-State Realty, 235-4778. s24tf Modern 3 bedroom; amily room, electric heat, unfurn- ished, 4 miles from Cheney, $85 a month. Phone Sprague 257-2579. s24tf 1 bed, rom duplex, wshing aities. Geiger area. pone RI 7-1344, s24 e AUCTION SALES YE OLDE AUCTION Saturday, 7 p. m. Dinette sets, bedroom sets, appliances. TV's, heat- ors, O. C. cairs, miscellan- eous bargains galIore. Dor Prize Drawing 9:30 p. m. 235-4516 e WORK WANTED Guaranteed outboard motor re- pair. Ed's Conoco Service. Phone BE 5-4400. tf Child care in my ,home, 2 years or over. Mr& Wad- ingtn 235-6294. 824 Retired lady wants part time hose work. Write to 519 4h St., Cheney. s24 TO GIVE AWAY Free  white mother cat, 2 White and 1 bhck kittens. 824p CHILD CARE LOST vrior, tan mark- tail. Reward, Low- Four Lakes, Wn. s200p e want adv& each week. Baby sit,g, my home, days ,aridor eves. North 304 6th, near Betz sohool. 235-453B. s24 SPECIAL Will pay a good price for US andCanadian coins. Free a]> praisal if you do not wish to sell. 414 First St., Cheney jltf NOTIC The Cheney fire ban ruling has been lifted between the hours of 7:00 a. m. to sundown. Fire permits are still required for all burning. CITY OF CHENEY lmuse guests of Mr. am, .Mrs. Ciff Wiley of Seattle were Mr. arid Mrs. Gihnore Rietz, Deise and Gary. Mr. ,reed Mrs. Kent Sooy, Mr. and Mrs. iVlike Marsh and Mr. anJd Mrs. Bud Harris chaper- oned tbe Teen Age dance Sat- urday evening s]on,sored by the toat comnfittee. Glerma Best was an over night gues of Mary Iu Nich- FIRST LIEUTENANT ROGERBEAN FOLLOWS FOREBEARER'S FOOTSTEPS 1 F.irst .Lt .Roger Bean is fol- at. Viet Nam from the Dora- owing in one tootxteps of hi:slln]c,a'n liepubfie where he was maternal grat-raxtdfather W I stati, oned three months on S.:Cochrazl, whowas a meAh,;[ass'ig, nment following a ex- ..... , ,,-'" ens,we rairing period 'at Ft. o, #euay oosevelts Io,ffn Banning, Ga Riders,' the first United Ms. Art Bean tld the Free States Volunteer avalry. Press that her maternal grand. father, W. S. Oochan ad a .dis Tuesday and the girls on- Lt. Bean is a member ef the marnal uncle both joined the joyed rotler skating in Spo-lfirst United States Cavalry d- U. S. Cavairy for service in ltane. Mary Lou is Ieax4ng son for eol, leg___e at Namla, Idaho..": ," ." .:'.. ' . i: ', i. ,i ", "", " Md:0mkk On l 00iT=Ct00 Hiway Commiflee Lt. Bean arrived[ Check e want advs. eh w. Rep. McCormick Rep. W. L. "Bill McCormick has been ,a,ppointed of the extensions subcommit- tee of the joint committee (m Highways. McCormick, for the 5th dis- trict of Spokane county, also will serve ,on subcommittees on reciprocity ami wei,hts, safety, ,,ad sate lfighwa.ys for #am00g. Appointment of the fifth- ,term lestor was anno,unc-! ed by Rap. Leonard A. Saw- yer, chairman ef the Joint Committee. hcCrmick is one of 19 Joint Cmnmittee members who Int 7,000.00 make up he 12 subo,mmit- L I D No. 1 52,000.00 0 5,800.00 46,200.00 tees of the full committee. Znt 2,600.00 Along with those on which ESTIMATED RECEIPTS FROM STATE ALLOOATIONS FOR 1966. (Figures he serves, there are s'dbcom - taken from "Budget Suggestions for 1966" Bulletin from Association of Washi- niittees on Agriculture, Auto- ton cities.) Insurance, County-C:ity Admin- Liquor Revenue $ 5.1217 x 3500 $17,925.95 To Current Expense isrtion, Federal Programs, Motor Vehicle Excise 2.9404 x 3500 10,291.40 To Ourrent Expense Casolin, e Tax .3903 x 3500 15,366.05 To City Street Fund Ferries, Mtor Vehicle Admin- Liquor Excise Tax 1.9460 x 3500 6,811.00 To Current Expense is'tatio, State Hifflvays--- Arterial Street Wx 3.0147 x 3500 10,551.45 To Arterial Streets Finance, and Toll Firtancing Per Capita -$17.413'--- x 3500 $60,945.85 and Mass Transit. State Allecations for 1966: Current Expense Fund $35,038.35 City Street Fund 15,366.05 :Social Securily Arterial Street Furd 10,551.45 $60,945.85 May Cover Students of MedalLefortheytrlO66 Estimated Cash on Hand -- 1/1/1966 $24,100.00 Add -- Revenue Receipts and Taxes 53,823.00 TowNNOTICEoF MEDIcALOF HEARINGLAKERY TOWNCOUNCIL ON 1966 BUDGET FOR THE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Town Cour, cil of the Town of :Medical I,ke has adopted the preliminary budget of the Town of Medical Lake f the year 1966, in the total am-*  " ......... or the Town (erk CODie tho,, "-"'- v,,o.ocvu ana aaa pmced ou file with ........... ,  copy oz wnIcn Will ns furnished to any tax- payer who will call at the office of the Towr Clerk. NOTICE is further given that the said Town Council will hold a special meeting for the purpose of considering the aid Preliminary Budget and all other matters in courectio therewith, and for the further purpose of the final adoption thereof, which meeting wilI he held in the Town Council Chain- LeTs in the Town Hall Building, :Medical Lake, Washington, at 8:00 p. ra. on the day of October 4, 1965, and said meetir my be eoutirued from day to day as by law provided. E. A. BREWER, JR, Clerk-Treasurer Tc'n of Medical Lake STATEMENT OF DEBTS AND PLANS FOR RETIREMENT Outstanding To be issued To be Outstanding Jan. l, 1966 ir 1966 redeemed end of 1966 in 1966 1959 Water Improvement 16,000.00 0 8,000.00 8,000.00 Int 720.00 1963 Water/Sewer 170,000.00 0 0 170,000.00 SUB TOTAL Less -- Budgeted Expenditures any Inhnd Empire stu- Esttimated Cash Balnce -- 12/31/1966 dents may be 'missing out n TOWN OF MEDICAL LAKE PRE- soei, al security payments LIMINARY BUDGET FOR 1965 which they could be receiving, OURRENT EXPENSE FUND ,accord:i,ng to Kenneth J. Dem- Estimated Revenues 1. Taxes ing, district manager of the a. General Property Taxes $10.773.00 Spoka'ne Social Security of- 2. Licenses and permits a. Dog tags 200.00 fJce. b. Bldg. and moving permits 300.00 3. Fines, forfeitures and Doming stated tlat the so- ,enalti Cira security amen.dmens ree- a. Fines &forteitures 1,000.00 e,ntly passed, allv a student 4. Revenue from money and property 18 to 22 years of age to receive a .Hall rentals 1O0.00 payments. Under the pevious b. Ir*terest earned (irwest, ments) 600.00 law, benefi,ts vere terminated 5. Revenue from other agencies at age 18 unless the Chi was  Motor vehicle excise tax 10,300.00 b. Liquor beard apport. 18,000,00 disabled. Anyone who quaff- c. Liquor excise tax 6.750.00 fled under this proviaio couM 5. Other revenues a. Miscellaneous 300.00 ! receive payment retroactively 7. Cash to the first of the year, if they '*. C,h on hand and inveat- merits 24,100.00 were carolled als full time stu- 8. Transfers de,nts at that time. a. Police car reserves 2,000.00 b. Radio & Radar equip. 1,000,00 Deming said that hi order c. Fire truck and equip- for a vtudent to quarry, he met reserve 2,500.00 must ,also be tmmarried, the CLERK-TREASURER DEPT. $77'923"00 ehfl,'d of a parson ceivin'g s'o- I. Salaries and wages 1. Clerk-treasurer $5,400.00 cial security pymets, or the 2. Extra office help 2,400.00 child of a person who died H. M,ntenauce  Operations ad was insured under the 1. Employee Benefits a. Social Security 350.00 pogram. 2. Contrctural Services Doming emphasized that ,: Phone 230.00 Postage, etc. 250.00 students row receiving chfl- c. Treasurer's beryl 50.00 dren's benefits ad Wlo will 3. Material nnl Supplies a. Office suppliees 200.00 attain age 18 in the next few . Oher Expen morrths ShouM contact the : A.O.W.e. Dues 250.00 Travel 150.00 Soal Security Ofrice so their s chol attendance may be veri- Attorney'| Department 9,280.00 fled. Chil, d,ren whose benefits t. Salari and Wages were terminaed at age 18 and 1. Attorney 1,800.00 II. Maintenance ond Operatio otd qtmRfy as studewts 1. Employee ber, efits shouM con Mct the Social Se-I a. Secioiml Security 75.00 curity Office as soo as pos- 1.87500 General Government sibe so they will not 1,ose any 1. Salari. and Wag, of the retroactive payments. 1. Mayor " The local ,ofice is Ideated at North 1420 Was,hingtm street in Spokane. You can find tt in the claulfiod. Special Purchase Men's Nylon JACKETS $14.95 Mosman's We Specialize In Auto Casualty Fire Health Life Accident Property Bonds I And Group Victor Wilson A00ency I 72.00 2. Council 792.00 3. Custodiar 600,00 4. Police Judge 480.00 5 Building Inspector 27600 II. Maintenance & Operations 1. Employee Renefitts a. Social Security 58.00 2 Contracturl Services a. Audits 400.00 b. Insurar, ce 2,000.00 c. Hydrant Rental 5,200.00 d. Planning Commission 100.00 e. Bldg. lights and heat 2,100.00 f. Codify Ordinance Dook 3,000.00 g. Police judge bond 10.00 h. Election expense 300.00 3. Materials and Su1plies a. Office supplies and misc. 50000 4 Other Expenses a. Bldg. maintenance and and repalrs 1,600.00 b. Legal Expenses 2,000.00 III. CAPITAL OUTLAY 1 To Srrect Fund 17,000.00 " $36,388.00 POLICE DEPARTMENT L Salaries and Wages 1. Chief 5,220.00 2 Deputiy 4,800.00 3. Relief patrol 3,920.00 II. MMntenance & Operations 1. Employeo Benefits a. Social Security 675.00 b. Industrial Insurance 76.00 2. Contraetural Services a. Phone $00.00 3. Materials & Supplies Office Supplies 200.00 b.Polies ear parts & repairs 1.000.00 c Police ear gas, oil greaso, etc. 1,000.00 4. Other Expenses a. Police officer's bonds 30.00 b. Miseellaneotm 400.00 III: Capittel Outlay 1. Police car reserve 2,000.00 2. Radio parts & replace. 250.00 3, Radar equipment 750.00 $20,580.00 540.00 300.00 FIRE DEPARTMENT I, Salartces and Wages 1. Chief 2 Assist. chieef II. :Maintenance & Operations 1. Employee Benefits a Social Seurltty 75.00 2. Contractural Services w Phone 175.00 b. Lilght and heat 225,00 c. Alarm System 1,800.00 3, Material and Supplies a. Gas, oil, grense, etc. 400.00 b. Miecellaneons tools 60.00 4. Other Expenses a. Asseeiation Dues 100.00 b. Travel and Miscl. ],000.00 III. CAPITAL OUTLAY 1. Fire Truck reserve 2,000.00 2, Equipment reserve 500.00 $7,175.a PARK & RECREATION DEPT. T. Salaries and Wmm I. Park Custodir 600.00 II. Maintenance & Operatior.s 1. Employee. Benefits a. Social Securitty 25.00 ni. Capital Outlay 1. New Equipment $722,000.00 $77,923,00 77,923.00 $ oo.0o 2,0OO.OO $2,626.00 WATER-SEWER FUND Estimated Revenues 1. Revenues from money and property a. Hydrar retal (cur. e..-'p.) $5,200.00 2. Revenue from other agencies a. Connection fees (water) 200.00 b. Connection fe (*rower) 3. Charges for current ervices a. Wter receipts 15,000.00 b. Sewer service charges 15,000.00 4. Other Revetues a. 5. Cash a. Cash ou hand 10,000.00 $45,400.00 Etlmated Expenditures I. Salaries and Wages 1. Superintendent 5,400.00 2. Extra lalr 1,000.00 II Maintenance and Operatior 1. Employee benefits a. Social security 226.00 b. Industrial insurance 40.00 2. Material and supplies a. Office supplies 1,000.00 3. Other Exper,es a. Water purchase (state) 3,000.00 b. Lights and power 300.00 c. State excise & sales tax 750.00 d. Water mair extensions etc. 2,565.00 III Captal Outlay 1. Machinery & equipment 12,000.00 IV. lnterest and Debt Rederrtion 1. 1959 Water Improvemewt a. Principal 8,000.00 b. Interest 720.00 2. 1963 Waater-Sewer Bond Redemptior a. Principal b. Interest 7,000.00 3. 1968 Water-Sewer Bond Jelr e . Principal 2,400.00 Interest 4, L.I.D. No. 1 anty Fund a. Principal 1.000.00 b. Ir,tereat $45.400.00 CITY STREET FUND Estimated Rvenues 1. Taxes a, Gasoline Taxes $15.400.00 2. Revenues from other Agencies a. Miscellaneous 70.00 3. Other Revenues s From Current Expnes Fund 17,000.00 4. Cash a. Cash on Hand and Investments 18,300.00 $G0,770.00 Estimated Expenditures ObJective Budget I. Salaries and Wages 1. Superintendent $ 6,580.00 2. Extra Labor 4,520.00 II Maintenance nnd Operations 1. Employee Benefits . Social Seeurit] 420.00 b, Industrial Insurarce 50.00 2 Contractural Services a, Street Lighting 5,000.00 3. Material and Supplies a, Gas, oil, grease, raise- 1,500.00 b. Insurance 900.00 c. General Malnt. of Streets 3,000.00 iI Equipment Repairs 3,000.00 CApita] Outlay 1. Other Structures and Improveerts . Arterial Street Fund 7.500.00 (25% matching) L Miscellaneous Construction 4,000.00 e. Street Garage Building 5,800.00 2. Machinery and EqUipment . Street Equipment Remrve 5,000.00 Street and Shop Equipment 4,600.00 $50,77000 Estimated Expenditure FancUonal Budget I Construction . Engieersing $ 1,500.00 Roads and Bridges 2,500.00 Ii Maintenmnce and Operation  Roads and Bridges 7,170.00 Traffic Services Snow and Ice Removal 3,225.00 Street Ltghti 5,000.00 Traffic Control 2,b0.00 Department Equipmet --" Street Equipmea 5,000.00 Shop Equipment 4,500.00 j : Street Garage Building 5,300.00 Overhead a Miscellaneous 3,720.00 6. Capital Outlay a. Arterial Street Fund 7,500,00 (25% matching) $50,770.00 ARTERIAL STREET FUND Eestimated Revenues 1. From State $10,550.00 ( Gasoline Tax) 2. From Street Fund 7.500.00 (25% matcking) 3. Cash or Hand & Investments 18, [40.00 $30,190.90 Egtimated Expenditure 1. Mainenance and Operations . Contractural Services Storm Drains $ 1,600.00 Grading, Draing 2.190.04} . Paving 25,000.00 . Repairing and Rrfacing 7,500.00 $36,190.00 (Sept. 17-24)