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Page 6 Cheney Free Pess " Friday, October 8, 1965 Medical Lake News Linda Von Lehe Harvest Queen By Katherine Holloway POSTMASTER APPOINTED Mayor AI Denton an- nounced Monday the appoint. ment of Gene Brewer as the postmaster of Medical Lake, to begin his duties on Fri- day. He will replace Mrs. Gladys Gillmore, who has been postmistress for many years. CARDINALS LOSE TO CHEWELAH Te Cardinals lost to Che- wehh in a hard hittiTg game Yid&apos;a evening with a score of 6-0. Cmwl had two touch- downs lch were called back arid the Cardinals Joe Hatleji pcked up a fumble and ran 4(3 yards to be clled back Near the end of the gam Jim Glen caught a pass from Jim Bauman and ran to the 2-yard line with the game ending on the 1/2-yard line. The tam looked srong defensively, bt had trouble moving the ball. The team will travel to EVh- rata Friday for a non-confer- ence game. The C!alvi, lle team wi/ol come here for a game that has been moved up to T,hursday, Oct. 14. Junior Varsity The Junior Varsity won its game with Preeman st week wih a scare of 20-13 They will play Cheney an the home field at 3:30 on Oct. 11. qbe Fresh taotball team will phy at Liberty on Friday. LirMa Von Lehe was crown- ed "Honest Bal Queen" by her 0tsin nl Last year's quee, I)imme Von Lobe, at the ele scbovl multi- pm-pooe room Saturday eve- nng. Rurmers up were Teresa Brewer and M Fauser. Jn lberts yeas ao a candi- date. Escorts were Jolm Wood- wrd, J:ma JOlmson, Dave Lid- de and  'lharbough. The hearte "Shine on Har- vest Moon" vta carried out wlh a all theme with pump- kins from the garden of Charles PackaTd. Mrs. Jay Wood and :Mrs. Georgia Smith- peters were responsible for decamtiDns ,and Day Mor- row *provided the music. Hon- orary chapter farmers and their wives were special guests with Chaperones being Mr. and Mrs. Van Matre, Mr. and Mrs. Smithpeters, Mr. and Mrs. Ran Rehn and Mr. and Mrs. Gotdrg. Pictured is Queen Lid.a and Johr Jensen. REGISTRATIONS INCREASE The resporse w god when reders were asked sev- eral weeks ago to be sure and register for the coming etec- tiara For those who wish to trarsfer precincts,, they may .still do Do at the city troll until Oct. 15. All other vegistratians are closed. HAVE FIRST ASSEMBLY i The Me4il Lake student boy .b.l their first assnbly Wedrmsdy When the Nation SCHOOL NEWS The first meeting of the PTS was held Monday evening with room visitati, on begirming at 7 p. m. A sh)rt lmsirtess meeting was ,held at 7:30, with School Assembly peseted staff and officers being intre- Bruam Zfiam, cartoonist aal duced ter. A review was giv- lecturer, with "Adventures i en of the sohohrp d&mer Clmlk." and a note was made that Car The studat body held an 61ecin drig the latter part of the week to rephce Helen Brown, who left the secretary position vaca:n when she transferred to aother sCtmol. Oanidates were Chris J-lm. san, a senior arid Gretchen Gaham a Sophoanore. OAI team tryouts were held to acquire new members for the marching units. IAgg'ms is rmw ttending East- ern a a restflt of the scholar- Ship. Student leadership talks were given by Portia Liggins ,rd laxbaa Edmands, ho wet to Oirls State and to Twinlow; Mr Agnew and toss Esom, who went to By's Sate a,rd Teresa Brewer ad Lee N,ichMs, who atteided cheer leaders camps. The Washington E4ucaian Ass'n Facul'ty representative dinner meeting was hem at GROUP TRAVELS FAR the Hoiday Inn Wed,esdary The Kennewick junior worn- evening with Medical Lake m, er's chab travel many miles representatives being Jim Van to spansr a patients day Matre, I)le Rohes, Bill party for ,a ward at Eastern Smthpers and Bill Zappone. State Kospital one a rrmaath. Pictures were taken Thaars. They will again this week day for the Annual and will make the trip. als0 be sold in packets for The Salwatian Army Home those who wish to purchase Serice group will also b.kl a them. ward purty this week. The sch(ol band will take On Tttes,ay the EUB chaarCh pat in the WSU-Vlaova in Spokane invited 55 patients ame in Spokarm on Saturday to dinner at the c.urch. The eveing ,as part o the Band patierts mtortaiined "i.t  Day px'm. pr)gram laer. The Adult Education classes have gotten underway last week with ,about 20 enrolled Uploteing, furniture re- firg and plant diseases ,are the main topics. The i mee each Tuesday and Tlmrs. day at 7 p. m. No School There will be no sclmal on Oct. 15 in the d'atmct, so that teachers may bav the oppor- tunity to attend the state-wide Cuam Day. There wi be many professional and aca- dem2c meertings held. The Elementary school :had 100 per ceat attendance the past yar during Curricu[um Day. The bosses dianer will be hem thi,s year at the Unfiver- ity bA,h sclmol OCt. 14, with all members of the suvervis- cry department invited. This dinner wil be given by the sclml cooks. After hool recreation ,has begun far the four upper gres m the elemenvy sco /r Mondays and Wed- nesclays, weather permitting. struvtoas will be Rol- h'n J,lmsan arai Wilaiam wright with Ohales Van Stmae iah'ueting flag foatbell. The searenth and eighth Today (Friday) the Ameri- can Bapi,st Women of the area will have open house at the hospital with a tour ad lunch. IMHOFFS ARE BUSY M. ad Mrs. Iin cbvated their 53kl wedding annivesary on Saturday with friends doppig il to visit M,rs. (llrence Dobbins prid- ed calve ,d home made ice cream for the visitors. Stday the Imboffs spent the (ary at Downs hke so that Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Falk might he ree from their resort dt- ios (ng asts until late October) to atterbd the inl- lotion of their ,son, Pastor Phill FMk, ito the Emmaue Lu- thean clmrch at Rrdan. He and Mzs. Folk arid their four cen have been making t'he home in Austin. Minn. LODGES TO MEET Rehelh l'edge met on /on- day evening for their regular meeting. Star hell a rr-',tig Wed:rmsday to prac- tice or the visitution of the Worthy Grated laron for her official visit. This practice will be ,hem at Reardan. Voald W;aa" I 13wmeks and grade fo0ball team wil ,have AuxRiary No. 2963,  meet a game en Thursday at Lber- Tuesday, Oct. 12 a 8:30 at the ty, wth Gary Bates caehing. city hall. udent teachers at the HOT LUNCH MENU ozt -- Ian slxhettJ, letme we,ge with 1000 hand d, 'hot French tread and fretted, peaches aad milk. Tuesday- Vegetable beef soup, caeAm, bread mad lmt- tor, pu&Rng and milk. Wedmsdy --,Iamburgers and gravy over tatoes, tos ed green Sahd with Freh dressing, whole aheat )ls and butte and jelly, fruit jel- io ad milk. Thursday -- Tuna fish sand- wihes, tomato wedge, butter. ed peas and eaxros, ice cream and milk. Friday  No shl. preser time are Judy Powell, who iS a masie majoa at East- ea, working with Mr. Them ad in the fifth grade with M. lobinette. Wlm Wright, also from Eastern, is working in the sixth grade and with the after school ac- tivities. Mr. and ls. Everett John- son enrtaned with a dam dimmr at their Silver hke home far Mrs. Hugh Gsgow, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Glasgow and family, Lofty Glasffoav and Glerda A l'exander. Mr. and Mrs. Jolm TsCh of Simlcae were aso ptese,t. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bowers were in Medical Lake Mo- Bit Stimson was home for day from their new home in the weekend from EWSC. Newport. Peggy Pritchett Bride of R. Mayer A 1963 graduate of the Med- icM Lake high sh<)al, Peggy Ie Pritehett, was married en Set. 18 at Flairclld  Base Chapel to to4eri,ck (Rod) May- er of Spo,kae. He is the Don of Mr. Ms. Avflm layer al her parents ave Mr. :and Mrs. John Pritchett of Hunters. Given in marriage by her father, she wore a gow of Pearl de sou'. It was designed vdilh a fitted bodice wih bracelet lenth seeves and Alecan lace outlined the sculp- tured neckline and bel4 skirt. A petal shaped vlape*l train swept fom a bow at the waist- lirve with a matching pil box, a,ppliqued with lace arid a tear drop attached. The bride's at- terhnts, Miss Linda Mlayer i and Mrs. Michael Ley wore i Empire gowrs of emerald green chiffon over affeta. B,ouquets ware of pink eavna- ti0ns and stephanotis. The goam was ttended bY Scott Aertart, with ushers be- ing Les Miller, Breast Mayex and Wes Michael. A reception! ws held at the NCO club at Pairchd. The couple: are honeymoon,lug on the cxast. AT THE CHURCHES The game night, held by the St. Amre's Altar Society, was a big success. It was held on Saturday evening at the city hall The guild met an Tues- day ,at the rectory with Mrs. Peper and rs. Linto as hos- te,sses. Oanfeternity chsses are we unlderway on Tuesday after lmo. St. Tmothy's Guild of the Elaisc.op church met Mmad,ay evemng at the 'heme of Caro- lyn Kuetme. They are eom- p'leting plans or the mince- meat sale. Fa:rnty day will be held at the OommunJty church this Sun4ay with Bob Rogers giv- hag the sermon. Ladies Aide of the church will meet OCt. 13 at the home of Mrs. Arlie Batel with Mrs. John ta,ll as co, hostess The youth group o,f te church spent Surday evening mending song books at the chtrch and mak- ing phns for the Youth for Chirt meetings, which w]H be- gin Thursday at 7:10 at the Chuxh Any denominati.n is welcome. New officers for the year ave: Dianne Win, an, pres- ident, Carol Lynam, vice pres- ide:rt, Dehbie Sample, see- tary-treasurer and Norman Morse will plan refreshments. The Youth Oroup of the As- sembly of God ch:uveh have as their counselors Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moore. Esthea" Dun- , Espanola News, By Katherine Holloway GRANGE SERVES DINNER The home ecormmics de,art- sent ,of Espanola grange serwed ,dinner to 79 members of the Spokane Retrievers Club at their field trial banquet ,at the hen,ey city hal] Saturday eye,ring. Orange will meet torfight at the ha1 and the women,s club will meet Oct. 20 at the4r club room. Lula Tltson and ae Boatie will he hostesses. The hack Cogswels attend- ed the Whukan gran,e booster nihgt ,on Sattrday night. The Gordon Ied,gsans at- ten,ted the funeral m Re,sobs o of Oscar l0elieh of Plaza. Thusd,ay they were dn, ner guests of the E. C. I-l, od,gorts at Veradate nd bi- er they a,ll visited at F ,a4rieM ith the Corie Thayers. Saturday visitors at the Bill McGourin home were Mrs. Jo,hn McGourin arid Mike and on Sunday visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Don Lambert and Dan of Cheaey. ary Man's spent Surday with George Mama in Spokane. Renzil McLain and Amanda Alberts attended the fun Iight held .at the city hall by the St. Anne's Altar Society. Don McCness rd Kent o,f Cbeney were Sunday visit- ors at the Ernie M0a.Nrty 'ome Mrs. Jim Hepton of Tyler and Colleen Willms. Afternoon vis- itors we,re Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hod.fie of Spokane ad Mr. a,nd Mrs. A1 Tesdahl and Kim af Four Lake,s. Carl Jeh,nson spent the weekend fislhing with the Kenneth Jotms,on family at Priest River. Visiting with the Jack Coifs- wells recentIy were Mrs. Anna Cogwel of Jerome, Idaho, i Mrs. Helen Baggs of Buhl, Ida- ho and Av.ory Sheld:on of Spv- kane. , Tyler News , By Wanda Stengle Recent vstors to the coast were r. and rs. J. P. Brown, ccomparfied by Mrs. MyVtle A. Ableman. They spe,rt a pleasant day attendhag the Puyaup fair. Mrs. Ableman remained as a guest at the home ,of her nephew to return later this week. Mr. and Mrs. George Shonk- wilers from Sheldon, former Tyler residents, cMled on Mr. a,nd Mrs. Arley Able,man VIS- it0rs also at their home this week were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tee,tees of Kansas. They alsv were guests of Mrs. Ira Jack- sma For the first time since last Iaste.r, ,all of the children and gra,cl$dren were ,a'be to come to the home of Mr. and Ms. Bill Kieth for a Sunday diner. rs. Helen Bewiek and Dr. and Mrs. Euwee Weber- san.s David, Oary and Paul (ff n.ey spent most of the 1st 10 xeacnee were guests:. Mr. .................. arra lvirs owell Otto and ram u,ay on ure casL a.Lventulng . ' ' - .... ' ily and Mr and Mrs Jerry meeungs and wsatmg, along . ' with a bit of ,hikin,a The at- Otto .and family of Post Pa,lls, [tended the American, As)ea- Idah were so present. i tion of Mental Reta,rdaian at[ Mr. and Mrs. Jim Murphy and boys of arshall were Seattle and later atten(ied a[ : .... , workshop at the toslario Re-[callers at the ome ef Mr. and ,+ ,+ c ..... -,n x.;.Mvs Harold Jackson and be s o,,v a ,.u.s ,l.u. ,, ira= 1 N "; Y there they visited Ms. Blak- t rmay evening. esly at Seattle and son Joe at Mr. and Mrs. John Maurer Kent. Su:nday visitors at the Stan- ley San.sorrs were Mr. and Mrs. Vern Pietz, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Von Lehe and mily, Bob KnoUts, Oheryl Krupke nd their son Gary was hme also Weekend guests of Eric Swanso,n were Mr. and Mrs. L. L. McGlougMin of Sumner. On Tues'&ay eye,sing Mrs. Swanson attend,ed a bridal shower for Glenda Swansn, at the EUB church ha Re,ardan., Thusd!ay she attended the i birtday bah, dge club at the home of Kay Re}ha at F_Mwa harboring the birthday of Dor- othy Monke. Wednesday dinner guests of the Lloyd Krmpps were Mr. and Mrs. Earl and Ma, s. Anna Swanson of Medical Lake. ...... Edrm Reitmeier returned llme Sum}ay morn.lug fvo a stay with the Jack leitmeier fami_ty at Klama'h gulls. Later and children attended the I booster night and potluck sup- I pe,r of Wa,ukon grange. Mr. ,and Mrs. Johrmy Ham, Sue and Kaye attended t'he Waukn grange on boster nght. The girls participated in the program. Mr. and Mrs Jolm Ham were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Art Lambert of Choney for Sun@ay dinner. Mrs. Velma Davis and her sister, Mrs. Verda Kelly of La- ment, visited the Deaconess hospital to call on their sister, Mrs. Beulah Swans0n of Rear- dan. A 16 place setting was given . to the grange as premium for .a recent party ,held there. [Th re still is ,a need for addi- tion,M silveryare. Tile grande :reminds that they are stii] eol- aecmg Betty Crocker cou- pons. Mr. arrd Mrs. Rusty Maynard and his mother were recent 1966 having been submitted and ap- proved, and Wheres Notice of Hearing by the Town Council of the Town of Medical Lake for and against said Budget and the terms thereof having been giver in the manrer and time required by law, and a public hearing being held in the Council Chambers of the Town Hall of the Town of Medical Lake at the hour of 8 o'clock p. m. on the 4th day of October, 1965, and Whereas no person or persons appeared at said heariv*g and filed or presented any oL,jcctiorm to the fiscal Budget for the year 1966 as submitted and approved by the Town Council of the Town of Medical Lake, Now Therefore Be It Ordained by the Town Council of the Town of Medical Lake as Follows: SECTION I That the Budget for the Town of Medi- cal Lake for the year 1966 shall be as follcrs : CURRENT EXPENSE FUND I Estimated Revenues 1. Taxes a. General Property Taxes $10,773.00 2. Licer*ses and permits a. Dog tgs 200.00 b. Bldg. arid moving permits 300.00 3. Fines, forfeitures and penalties a. Fines & forteitures 1,000.00 4. Revenue from money and property a .Hall rentals 100.00 b. Irterest earned (ivestments) 600.00 5. Revenue from other agencies a. Motor vehicle excise tax 10,300.00 b. Liquor board apport. 18,000.00 c. Liquor excise tax 6,750.00 6. Other revenues a. Miscellaneous 300.00 7. Cash . Cash on hand and invcst- men, t s 24,10O.00 . Trar*sfers a. Pollce car reserves 2.000.00 b. Radio & Radar equip 1,00000 c. Fire truck and equip- merit reserve 2,500.00 $77,923.09 CLERK-TREASURER DEPT. I. Salaries and Wages l. Clerk-treasurer $5,400.00 2. Extra office help 2,400.00 II. Maintenance & Operations 1 Employee Benefits a. Social Security 2. Contractural Services a. Phone b. Postage, etc. c. Treasurer's bond 3. Material arid Supplies a. Office suppliees 4. Other Expenses a. A.O.W.C Dues b. Travel 1. Park Custodiar, IL Maintenance & Operatio 1. Employee Benefits a. Social Securitty III. Capital Outlay 1. /ew Equipment Warm Springs, Mont. ,Mr. and Mrs. Jh,n Ball spent two weeks at Enterprise a,nd Beverly Beach, Ore. M_vs. J, olm ISa,ndy of Past bJallS ad Mrs. Chester Hatten- burg of Twin Lakes spen sev- e days with Mr. arid Mrs,. Jhn Henaadng. Ctmney visitors at the Clmtde Garner 'home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Neff Hum- beat, Mrs. ameran,, the Wal- ter HubbeHs and Mrs. Carol Metz 'and cn. Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ah on Sunday weave Mr. and Mrs. Lenfl Fourdyce .of Oppertunity :and Mr. and Ms. Gordan Wilkes of Spo- kane. Wednes'ay a,fterrmon visit- ors a the home of the Forest Clarks md Mrs. Keete were Mrs. Pland P ,a]ane, Be,very B0an and Mrs. Carol Wal- teas and children of Spokane. hey were foamer residents of Medical Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Frank G,ray ad family znd M. Morse of Toledo, Ore. were Tlmrsday dirmr guests at the CIorence D)bbn :home George Logan o,f Fwall as ,a Su:nday dimaer guest at the Art Gemmrig ,home. Mr. arid Mrs. Clifford Gep- ford ,had a tvo weeks visit of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Long ,of Ch- ca fro, Ill. Mrs. Norrmn Srom ,of l,ivigston, Mont., wimm the Gepfords hadn't seen in 30 years, ao visited recently. Mr. and Mrs. Carlie Stark- weather visited in Coeaxr d'- Alne S.aturd'ay with Mrs. Lau- ra Gra,ham. Mr. and Mrs. Walter /(lug attended the WSU-Ida.ho foot- ball game Saturdlay a:rd visit- ed with their daughter, Judy, on the campus. Mr. ,and Mrs. H C. Crvde,r of Minneapolis, Minn. were Attorney's Department I. Salaries and Wages 1 Attorney If. Maintenance end Operatior I. Employee bermfits a. Secioial Security General Government I. Salaries and Wages l. Mayor 2. Council 3. Custodiar 4. Police Judge 5 Building Inspector II. Maintenance & Operations 1. mptoyee Benefitts a. Social Security 2 Contracturl Services a. Audits b. Insurarce c. Hydrant Rental d. Planning Commission e. Bldg. lights and heat f. Codify Ordinance Lvok g. Police judge bond h. Election experse 3. Materials and Supplies a. Office supplies and misc. 4 Other Expenses a. Bld'. maintenance and and repairs b. Legal Expenses III. CAPITAL OUTIY 1. To. Srreet Fund WATER-SEWER FUND Estimated Revenues 1 Revenues from moneY and property a. Hydrart reutul (cur. exP.} 2. Revenue from other a Connection fees (water} b. Connection fees (sewer} 3 Charges fc currert a. Wter receipts b. Sewer service charges 4. Other Revenues Cash a. Cash on hand in the day they visited with gues of Mr. and Mrs. Ca,at- Mrs. E. R. Henry in the Ioty e:nce K,artc .hners. [ Family .hospitM. J01hnny Stengle attended [ b. Miscenaneous Ili: Capittal Outlay Mr. ,and lVI. Wallace I :an out door cook-out and s, ,. Police ear reserve TeenP2nvift rMsaanfl: emrel 2. Radio parts&replace. ., ', fes hel!d by the youth group :. Radar equipment o e,f the Methodist church. can is the president off this ae-of Luh Tlson. tire 'group and her vice presi- l Sunday visitors ,at the ary I [ FIRE DEPARTMENT I. Salariees and Wages dent is Dlmer Gihb,ers with!Wehleys were Mr. and Mrs. [LET THERE BE LIGHT 1. Chief Barbara oore s secreta tohn Lesser of Mose " , !  , ' ry- , . ' : s Lake. ] Wife y don t we ge out 2 Assist. chieef II. Maintenance & Operations treasurer. This roup kes[ Mr. and Mrs. Richard Manke land have same fun this eve- 1. Employee Benefits complete charge of several[drove to triest lake on Sunday [ning? .... Social Securltty 2. Contraetural Services eveng services during the i to visit with Mr. and MrsErrol  Husband. "Pne' But ] ..... Phone month and .at present are plan- ] Sanders. ! the hem on in th b,nvv i, b. Lights and heat .  .--,xw--g ... r. Alarm System nmg a Halloween paty. [ Mr._ ad Mrs. Oscar Musser ca,e you get home before I 3, Material and Supplies a. Gas, oil, grease, etc. lattended the Friday evening do. b. Miscellaneous tools Mr. and ,Mrs. A a.von Wel- wedding at Fahild of Fh- 4. Other Expenses born have moved here from .ex Liggins and Rich Ocean,. a. Association Dues Doug Weitman of Pu.allup b. Travel and Miscl. was a liday visitors and Os- car Re,raveler was a Saty supper guest. Sunday vii:rs were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Dan- tenon ,and Cindy, Mr. and Mrs. Herb Kukuk ad Don and Ma- bel ShosA, the octagon being the bhday d irrmr of Terri and Osc Musser. I)ens Mc- Ken of Rice was a weekend visitor. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kthn and fany were Sunday dnner guests of the Fred oJlmsma fanffiy. I Su,nday dinner guests .at film ame of the oys were Mr. a Mrs. Matt Tovming and Paula of Spokane, Mr. and Estimated Expenditure I. Salaries and Wages 1. Superintendent 2. Extra labor II Maintenare and Operati0 1. Employee benefits a. Social security b. Industrial insurance 2. Material and supplies a. Office supplies 3. Other Experses a. Water purchase (state} b Lights and power c. State excise & sales t4 d. Water main extensions etc. III Captal Outlay 1. Machinery & equipme IV.. Interest and Debt Redemption 1 1959 Water Improvemen a. Principal b. Interest 2. 1963 Vaater-Sewer Bond Redemplior a. Principal b. Interest 3. 1968 Water-Sewer Bead Reserve a. Principal b. Interest 4. LI.D. No. 1 GnarantY ]und a. Principal b. In, terest 350.00 [ 230.00 I CITY STREET FUND 250.00 [ Estimated Revenues 50.00 1. Txes I a. Gasoline Taxes 200.00 2. Revenues from other 2  a. Miscellaneous 50.00 3. Other Revenues 150.00 a. From Current Expense ...... 4. Cash 9,280.00 a. Cash on Hand and Investments 1,R0O.00 Estimated Expenditures 75.00 Objective Budget ...... I. Salaries and Wages " 1,875.00 1. Superintendent 2. Extra Labor II Maintenarce and 72.00 1. Employee Benefits 792.00 . Social Security 600.00 b. Industrial Insurarce 480.00 2. Contractural Services 276.00 a. Street Lighting 3. Material and Supplies a. Gas, oil, grease, raise. 58.00 b. Insurance c. General Maint. of Street$ 40000 d. Equipment Repairs 2,000.00 nI Capital Outlay 5,200.00 1 Other Structures and 10000 Improvements 2,100.00 a. Arterial Street Fund 3,000.00 (25% matching) 10.00 b'. Miscellaneous Constructions 300.00 c. Street Garage Building 12. Machinery and Equiprne t l a. Street Equipment Reserve 500.00 b. Street and Shop Equipmert 1,500.00 2,000.00 Estimated Expenditures Functional Budget 17,000.00 I Construction $ $36,388.00 1. Engireersing 2. Roads and Bridges II Maintemnce and OperatiOl I. Physical Maintenance 5,220.00 v, Roads and Bridges 4,800.00 2. Traffic Services 3,920.00 a. Snow and Ice Removal c Street Lightirg d. Traffic Control 3. J)epartment Equiproet a. Street Equipment b. Shop Equipment c. Street Garage Building d. Overhead a Miscellaneous 5. Capital Outlay a. Arterial Street Fund (25% matching) ARTERIAL STREET FuND Eestimated Revenues 1. From State (/ Gasoline Tax) 2. From Street Fund (25% matching) 3. Cash or Hand & Estimated Expenditures 540.00 1. Maiwtenance and 300.00 I a.3.1 .. Grading,StrmContracturalpavingDrainSDraingeServlces 4. Repairing and Resurfacing POLICE DEPARTMENT I. Salarie and Wages L Chief 2. Deput iy 3. lAief patrol U. Mintenance & Operations 1. Employee Benefits a. Social Security b. Irdustrial Insurance 2. Contractural %ervices a. Phone 3. Materials & Supplies Office Supplies b.Police car parts & repairs c. Police car gas, oil grease, etc. 4. Other Expenses a. Police officer's bonds ORDINANCE NO. 325 An Ordinance adopting the fiscal Bud- get for the Towr of Medical Lake :for the year 1966 and fixing the tax levies for said year. Whereas the Prelimirmry Budget of the Town of Medical Lake for the year vernght guests at Mrs. Stap- es one mglt ,last week. On Snday s. Staples was a din. ne ffuet at the home of Mr. eond Mrs. F. W. Crowder in Spokane. The Ed M, ahons were Sun- (by dner guests at the E. L. Ma,hos m Spokane. Mr. Dicts i,s much imvax)ved this week. He 'lmd a visit of Earl Dicus ad sns of Twisp Sunday. Stmday visitors at the Caarl- _es Bips bome were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Carey of n Mr. and Mrs. M. A. McRoberL, of Lyrmvood, OMif. nd Mrs D,rs Rose. of Sacremeno. Mr. mid Mrs. Cark Payne of Medford, Ore. arive,d an Snday to sped a few days with the George Palmers. On M'n,day tley drove to Coulee Dam and on Tuesday vsited the Spokane area. Thn they leave for Rayrand. Pat CaIIahn is home om A],ska for a visit wth his family. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sonbrn are slrnon fshig at West- port for two weeks. 575.00 75.00 300.00 200.00 1,000.00 1,000.00 30.00 400.00 2,000.00 250.00 750.00 $20,580.00 75.00 175,00 225.00 1,800.00 400.00 60.00 100.00 1,000.00 III. CAPITAL OUTLAY 1. Fire Truck reserve 2,00000 2, Equipment reserve 500.00 PARK & RECREATION DEPT $7'176"00 I. Salaries and Wages SECTION II That the tax levy for required to raise the for the Town of Medical above outlined is (15) mills for the Introduced and adopted of October, 1965. Approved this 4th day of A. E Denton, Mayor E. A. Brewer Jr., Town Approved as to Form: Merritt A. 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