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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Fridaj', October 16, 1964 !!i! Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway Diane Young Places High On Merfl Test Diane Young, Medical Lake 1-14gh School senior, ,has been horored for ,her high perform- a.rme on the N, ational Merit ScholarShip qualiing test given hat li'ng. Jeanne Wjte, former stu- dent of Medical Lake High School, wb0e family was! trasfered this past summer, was sinn'lm'ly ,honored. 2he hoimr came in t.he form of a "letter of commend, utica" from Jolm M. Stalaker, prevalent of the National Merit Solml- arship Corpo,tion, Who stated: "Letters of commendation are being awarded to 38,000 stu- dents throughout the country in recognition of their out- standing performance on the queRfying test." The National Merit Scholar- skip Corporation gives recog- nition to two groups of stu- delS who vchieve high scores on the NMSQT. The semi4:mal- ist group is comped of the highest-scring students in each ,state. This year 14,000 of these semi-finalists will. take a second examination to estab- lish further their eligibility to become finalists arm to re- ceive consideraion for Merit Scholarships. The Merit Corporation sends the names, ,home addresses, test .scores, and proposed col- lege majors of all commended students to the two colleges they indicated ,as their first and second clmces at the time they took the qualif:ng test. TMs is drone to increase stu- dealt ,opportunity to obtain fi- nancial assistance, if needed. PTA MEETS MONDAY PTA will meet Monday eve- ning ,at the elementary school to hear questions and ,ansrs on Referendum 12. Mr. Huff and Mr. Kyle w;.ffi answer ques- tions and exphin he referen- dum. A $59 million bond issue was unanimously passed ,by both houses in 1963 to use the Inotor whicle tax fund for hoI construction, but the Supreme Court upholds that allocation of the funds muse be ratified by a vote of the pe pie at a genewal election. Ask- ing prepared questions wll ,be Mrs. Ed Johnston, Mrs. Dixie Kukuk, Mrs. Larry Morse, Stun Batt, Carretl Ka1lan and George Cambridge. The budget will also be pre- sented for approval. Girls of the Cadette Scout group will present the colors. Lunc, h will be served by the seventh grade room mothers. Attenng the annal fail conference of the District No. 5 PTA meeting ha Puman last Tuesday evenin were M Jack Strom, Mrs. Betty Mc- Gee, Mr. Huff and Mrs. Wyna. Among the topics of dvus- sion at the panel were: aver- age daily attendance, lobby- ing for legishtors, reorganAz- ing ,of the office of county su- perintendent, adult education arLd "why support Referen- dum 12." EDUCATION ASS'N MEETS The MedLical Lake EducaCdon Ass'n met Thursday at Lake- land with 50 present. Jay Wood, president, introduced the new officers: Jim Van latre, predent; Bob Stanley, vice president; Joyce LuRen, secretary, nd Dick Potter, treasurer. Don Kyle spoke on Referendum 12. A report was given by the WEA on legisla- tion (which will be supported by the association this year). Members were given revised constituttors arm bydaws. The Lakel, and staff served 1fresn - meats. On Oct. 7 Jay Wood, Medial Lake president, and Charles Packard, Cheney gresident, at- tended the Northeast District Cting Coualcil of the Education Ass'n meeting at Riverside school. REBEKAHS HAVE GUEST Sfioam Rebekah ledge met OCt. 5 in reguhr session wih the president of the Rebeka,h Assembly, Leona Danielson, as guest. Others were present from Hope. TruCh, Imperial, Morning Star, tmrose mad Coeur d'Alene. Visitors were Leia Kevey, asistant warden; Louise Pittman, vice preskient of district 5; Sandy Kellogg, assistant past president of Theta Rho, 25 guests and 22 members. ,Rofreshmeas were served from a table decorated wih Robert Artz Gets Role In EWSC Play A Medical Lake fan at Eastern Washingto State Col- lege has been nmed to an important role ir, the T. S. Eliot phy, "The Cocktail Par- ty," to be presented by the college de partaneat of drama in three performaImes start- ing Nov, 4. He  Robert E. Ariz. Artz, a 1964 glm.duate of Medical Lake High School, is majoring in drama at EWSC. CARDINALS BEATEN The Cardinals lost Friday evening, 34-0, to Ephrata. A wet, soggy field and a num- ber of injured players hmn- pored the Cardinals. Ephrata scored with one sec- ond to go in the first quarter on a 30 yard pass play and ag,a in the second period with three minuCes to go from the two yard 1,inc. In the thLrd ,per- iod they scored from the five yard line. All the kicks for I Hospital Gets Encyclopedias Eastern State HoSlfital has received a complete, 15-volume set ,of Compton's Pictured En, cyldia as a gift from the l puolisner, F. E. Compton Co., [ Chicago. ( The gift also includes a l specially, designed, lightwei, ght felting book tame to facilitate sage of the reference books throughout the hospitai. Aceordang to Mrs. Howard V. Mtmday, Rt. 2, Cheney, the gi is intended "to make pat- ients' stay in a hospital a little more plvasa,nt through provid- ing interesting reading m,aer- ial." HOT LUNCH MENU Monday -- Tuna cheese bun- with, whle kewnel corn, pick- lea, blond Brownies, apple- sauce and milk. Tuesday  Italian spaghetti, parnaesan cheese, lettuce i wedge, 1,000 Island dressing, Espanola News By Katherine Hel|oway BOOSTER NIGHT SET Espnola Grange met Fiday evening to hear Norman Nel- son and Dick Sowles speak on ills and estates, a program put on by Grange Mutu,M Life. Jack Cogswell's rmme was dragon but he was n>t preseat =o celled. Booster fright ,has been set for next Friday, starting with a potluck supper. Children, ages 6 to 12, may enter the Jack-. O-Lantern contest. They are to be made at home and brough for judging. Prizes will be giv- en. Anyone .having crafts or articles from foreign  s asked to bring them for a dis- play. IThey visited with the Hoyden McKees at Grand Coulee and the Dewayne Grandts in Seat- e. They drove up the Olym- pic Peninsula to Neah Bay. On the return Ivip they visRed in Moses Lake with Mr. and Mrs. JJck Penhallurick. Janice Cogswell was an over- night guet of Shirley Hodgson on Friday. The Don McCandless f,amiy of (heney were Sundey dinner guests at the Ernest Moriarty home. Ben Lehn of Spokane, vho lived here many ye'avs ago, vis- ited with his daughter, . Howard Wil,liams, Saturday. The occasion was hs 83rd birthday. Other guests were Lehn, David and Page, all of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Ehner O rand Larry of Spokane were Sunday KELLMERS HONORED dinner gues*s at the hme of Rort Kellmer, bus driver the Loren Von Lehes. Last from the Tucker Pr'irie n,eigh- week Mrs. Von Lehe attended borkood, and his wife, Dorothy, a shower at the home of Mrs were 'honored with a stork Cite'nee Kelley honoring Mrs. shower Sundy Mterneon at Jessen. the home ,of Kaaerine Hollo- way. Quilt bl,oeks were 1 air, ted by the young peo,ple who .have ridden the school bus. Attend- i ing were the Alvin Miller fam- ily and the Jim Heptons of Cheney, the Bob Watermans the Bud Keltmers, Wanda Pv- e,ll and sons of Spokane, Sue extra points were good. Ephrata scored again in the ,hot French bread, peaches and first minute of the fourth per- milk. iod on an interception, but Wednesday -- Mashed pota- nlissed the point. Again" they toes, roast pork and gravy, scored with less than two rain- whale wheat rolls, butter, cole vtes in the game, affain scor- slaw, grapes and milk. ing tlce extra point. Thursday --- Beef pot pie, celery sticks, bread ad butter, Coach Conners hopes to see jelo fruit cup and mi. all the injured boys on the field when they travel to Col- Friday  Grilled cheese vi'lle on Thursday even'rag. !sandwich, macaroni st.ad, but- They stand now at two wns tered carrots, cherry cottage and two losses with Colville pudding and milk. having won a its games. The game was originally set for FIRST BIRTHDAY NOTED Friday but was changed, due "Li.ttle Kare Kukuk cele- to the cuTriculum in-seiwice brated her first birthday on conference .heId throughout Sunday with her 18-year-old the staCe schools, cousin, Judy Mathews, Slanting The junior varsity, coached h.onors. Having dinner at the by ary Bates, won 19-6 over Milton Kukuk home were Mr. Freeman ,at Medical Lake last and Mrs. Bert Denny of Flummer, and from Spokane, week. the Fred Kukuks, Mrs. Walt Engert, Mrs. Drlene lhe "HIGH SCHOOL NEWS and Dearma, Mrs. Myrtle Atte- The journalism ff, aecom-berry, Mrs. Dora Mthev and pa, nied by Bill Zappone, wil go Dianne and Mr. and Mrs. Gib to Paseo Friday to go through Diemert. Mr. and Mrs. Herb the publishing house which Kukuk and Donnie were also handles the armual, for a work presem. Afternioon ca.Hrs shop. were Kirby Sooy of Cheney, Girls enroed in the lhysi- Patti Richter and Darrell Rich- col education chases will un- ter of Spokane. dergo phystical examinaimas this week. Boys enro:led in the CC AUXILIARY ELECTS boy's classes will have their ex- The Medical Lake Chamher aminations Tuesday and Wed- of Comnilerce auxiliary met nesday. Tuesday evening at the ,lome Poor work notices have been of Mrs. Zelma Heyer. Officers mailed to parents off students elected for the coming year who have been, doing fafilir, g are: Doris Wman, president; or unsatisfactory work. The Adehine Olsen, vice president, half way for the first quarter anid Ethel Fine, secretary-treas- has been reached. Report urer. This group takes care of cards will be issued Nov. 12. the dinners for the Ctramber The' senior class met with meetings, Christmas treats for Lockwood Studios this week children and .he$]>s with din- and with Dorians Studios and nets for lnany events in Medi- wil soon make selections for cal Lake They have helped graduation pictures. There, are with .the March of Dimes and 72 'seniors this year. Sixty of ith the Cardinal's homecom- these attended a high sool- ing potluck last basketball se- college conference at WhR- son. The wives will be .honored worth this week. They left by 'their husbands th dining Tuesday with Mr. Kyle. and dancing at the Pine Shed Individual pictures we.re tak- Thursday. en on Monday and wi be ready for purchase in bout PERSONAL MENTIONS four weeks. Mrs. Mary Snead and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Howe and COMMUNITY CHURCH Butch of Cataldo, Idaho, where A coffee hour was held she had been visiting, spent Thursday honoring F r a n Suniday afternoon with the Gwartney and Nancy Krumm, Claude Garners. The Garners who now make their homes in attended the 50th wedding an- Spokane. mversary of Mr. and Mrs. J. The Eastern Washington- F. Siegmund in Spokane. North Idaho confererme of the Mr. and Mrs. Claude Beattie United Church of Christ hld attended the birthday dinrmr its 82nd annual meet at the Sunday of Beth Gisselberg at First Congregatiorml church the Herb Gissel, berg home in at Cheweiah Tuesday. Attend- Spokane. ing from Medical Lake were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stark- Rev. Billups and Mr. But. weather visited in Lewiston Surday School officers and over the weekend with Mr. and teachers met Tuesday evening Mrs. Leren Clayton and to o.rganize and set up for the friends. commg year. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Plein are Tilght circle WIll meet niding 10 days in S'aa Rosa Oct. 27 at the home of Vi with Mr. and Mrs. Date Dedd. Morse. Sunday visitors of Mrs. Flor- erme Reeves were Mr. and Mrs. JOBIES INII"IATE m Sumleraaad. Job's Daughters met Oct. Mrs. Harold Walters of Pus- 8 for the ceremony mad initia- co and Joan Grambo of Port- tion with hormred queen Bev- land ,spent Sunday evening and erly Hanaen presiding. Init- Monday with ,the E. L Fullers, fates were Jean. Light, Patty the John Gralapps and the Bill Parks, Pam R.oherts nd Char- Whitmers. lene Rider. Mrs. Rita Whi:tmer Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Fye is Bethei guardian and Sgt. of Picnic Pines are acation- Mavior, King is the associate ing in Wichita, Kan. guardmn. Mr. and Mrs. E'lsworth Smith The Bethel Cmardiml Coun- are visiting Gaff Smith in Se- cil ws istalled at a previous meetmg. Walter Martin is the pat associate guardian and Melva Fuller is the pest guard- O FROM THE PASI ia,n of Bethel 26. Don Wynia and Merle Bacon Medical Lake 1934 Imbed over the weekend in The Home Economics club the Bonaparte Mountains ad hem Aetfievement Day and ex- brought home a muae deer. hibited their handwork. Prize Charlie JoHey spent the winners .were Mrs. CAyde weekend ,hunting with Pete Jerue, Mrs. Jonson, Miss Ruth Nilles and A1 Wilhus north G-l.asgow, Mrs. WilLiam Ahf of Reardan. Mrs. Henrickson, Mrs. Vetma the fall theme. Mrs. Ketchner is home from Thiemens, Mrs. Evelyn Heyer, Preceding the meeting, the hospitaland is staying w,h Mrs. Butterfield and Mrs. Maude Pillard served dinner ir, the John Hennings. She would Creswel,1. Judges were Mrs. honor of Mrs. Danielso at her be happy to see her friends Harry Lockl, and, Mrs. J.R. home. Present were bel come visit her. Long and Mrs. J. W. Fishhook. Sheaf, Oilie He--g, Alton Mr. and Mrs. Ed Somlebern Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wilkes Piihrd, Emma Mannin, g, Virgie Sr. are visiting their son, Ed returned from a several weeks Carl and Daisy Lewis. Jr., in Carlsbad. trip through eastern states. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar ReR- meier visited Mrs. G. A. John- son .at Deaconess Hospital Sun- day with Allene .Green in Spo- karm. Sally Wil]'ms and girls and EvelTn Willms vsited Thurs- day wih Ckarlie and Annie Plocker. Ham and Dona Harris of Wednesday dinner guests o, Tyler, the Howard Will,ms the Richard Mankes were RuCh family, Ruth Len arid family Merrill and Mrs. Dean Mul, lin and the Holloway family, of Spokane. The Jack Cogswel vsited HUNTING TRIP GOOD Mr. and Mrs. Richard I-Ig,h- fill visited over the weekend at the home of Mabel Shoal and her mother, Mrs. Sarah HAghfill. They have just re- turned from a hunting trip in Sun@ay with the Dick Wims .at Deer Park. The Bob Cram- ers of Spangle were Thursday visitors. They left Friday for Fort Bragg, N. C., Where tkey pla,n to spend the next six years. Alaska, where they ldl. ed a Morday visitors at the Bill moose, a c,xibou and a moun- McGourin home was MTS. Don tn sheep They left Sunday Hilton of Cheney. On Wednes- for their home at Auburn, day the MLourins traveled to Calif. Pasco. Mrs. Lavina Swanson was ,a Thursday ca, ller from PERSONAL MENTIONS Waukon. (m Saturday evenirg Mr. and Mrs. Chrk Cole and the McGourins entertained in Dr. and Mrs. Conrad Cox off honor of Don Lambert's brbh- Cheney were Sunday visitors day. Other guests were Ms. at the Gus Pehrsma .home. Lambert, Dan and Michel]e Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Remmers Ballen, grad. Eric Swanson was and baby of Reardan were a Sunday vsitor. Sunday 'afternoon vsios at Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson, the Otto Magnuson home. Wednesday dinner guests t the Lloyd Knapp's home were Mr. and Mrs. Horsey Butt of Medical Lake, who left Friday for a Mexican vacati'an. Satur- day .overnight guests were Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur McKinney. On Suniday the Knapls spent the afternoon at Marslmll Lake with C. B. Grimes. The Gary Webl, eys drove to Moses Lake Friday to spend several days with the John Lesser family. Mr. and Mrs. Frmk Sel- fridge mid OM, ldren spent a week vacationing on the Coast. They visited the Cenry of Progress at Chicago. OAyde Wilson, proprietor of Wilson grocery, has opened an : up-to-date lunch room and beer !parlor in the grocery store. ] Mrs. Josephine Morris and i chiidren and her mother 'have moved into the Biy home across from Lester Lefevre's home. Miss Ru, by Wilson and Mrs. Bowen ,are saying with them. Charle,; Svenson, assistant postmaster, transacted busi-: ness in Spokane Wednesday. Mrs. Emma Bartholomew and Robert Newman visited Mr. and Mrs. Don McCombs (Ruth Newman) at Wenatchee. Medical Lake- 1944 Funerai services for Mrs Laura Anderson, who died Oct. 13, were held Friday. Laura Annetta Gorwell was born. in Witmot, N. D., Nov. 9, 1892. Survivors are her husband, L. P.. Anderson; one daug:hter, Mrs. Berneal Gilbreth, Seattle; and two sons:, Francis L. of Medical Lake and Ray L. ,in the service. Cpl. Otto Van Buren, broth- er of Mrs. Bert Denny was a Sunday guest at the Denny home. losemary Pillard aeaded Job's Daughters meeting at Cheney Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gil- breth are parents of a grl born Oct. 8. Rohevt Van Camp, Who is on furlough, is visiting  wife ad son here and  parents at Four Lakes. Medical Lake  1954 Theodore L. Perren, resi- dent of Med, ical Lake the past 10 years, died Oct. 9 after a short illness. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hutchin- son Sr., who have lived in Med- ical Lake 50 years October 1, are holding open house that day from 1 to 4 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Baker have sold their home, formerly oc- cupied by the Ray Mincks, to Mr. and Mrs. Ball, employees of Eastern State hospital. Loyal chapter OES observed adcance night Oct. 11. Mildred Chitwood advanced to worthy matron, Ace Chitweod ,to wor- thy patron, Madeline Cheyney to associate m, atron and Ruth Turner to eotnductress. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sheaf of Spokane are parents of a boy born Oct. 6. Candy and Randy visited Sat- urday wili the Bill Kulhn faro- lily. Hunting in the Grays Moun- tains near the Canadian bor- der over the weekend were Doug Johnson, Clarence and Larry Hemfing, Perry hlf, A,b Grkffith and Bud and Robert Staples. ORDINANCE NO 313 An Ordinar, ce adoptir'g the fiscal Bud- for the Town of Medical Lake for year 1965 and fixing the tax levies for said year. Whereas the Freliminary Budget of the Town of Medical Lake for the year 1965 having been submltted and ap- proved, and Whereas Notice of Hearirg by the Town Council of the Town of Medical Lake for and against said Budget and the terms thereof hav- ing beeu given in the maner and time required by law, and a public hearing beirut, held iu the Cour, cil Chambers of the Town" Hall of the Town of Medical Lake at the hour of 7:30 o'clock p. m. on the 21st day of September, 1964, and Whereas no person or persons appeared at said hearing and filed or presented ant objectiorm to the fiscal Budget for the year 1965 as submitted and approved by the Towr Council of the TowI: of Lake, Now Therefore Be It Ordaiued By The Town Council of the Town of Medical Lake as Follows: SECTION I That the Budget for the Town of Medical Lake for the year 1965 shall be as follows : Estimated Cash on hand j 1/1/1965 ................. $ 37,000.00 Add Revenue Receipts and Taxes .................... 55,982.00 Suh Total .............. $ 92,08200 Less-Budgeted Expenditures 92,982.00 Estimated Cash Balance 12/31/1965 ................. $ 0 CURRENT EXPENSE FUND Estimated Revenues I. Taxes a. General Property Taxes . .$ 10,835.00 '2. Licenses and Permits a. Dog ags ................ 300.00 b. Buihling and Movir*g Permits .................... 200.00 3. Fines, Forfeitures and Penalties a. Fines and Forfeitures .. 500.00 4. Reverue from Meney and Property a. Hall Rents .............. 300.00 b. Interest earned (In,vestments) ............ 2,500.00 5. Revenue from other Ager, cies a. Motor Vehicle Excise Tax ...................... 9,720.00 b. Liquor Board Apportion- ment ...................... 17,335.00 c. Liquor Excise Tax ...... 6,792.00 6 Other Revermes [ a. Miscellaneous Income .... 500.00 [ 7. Cash a. Cash on Hand and Investmeuts .............. 39,400.00 8 Transfers a. Fire Truck Reserve ...... 2,00000 b. Police Car Reserve an'd Replacement ........ 2,60000 TOTAL .................. $ 93,983.00 Estimated Expenditures Clerk-Treasurer Deptartment I Salaries aM Wages /I0// OartiC Co. t'e#tvre I,,. . A MODERN ACADEMY CONTRASTS SHARPLY WITH THE JGE'- OL( MOUNTAIklS Ot= RAMPART RIDGE M4rN AP'I343V 33MOd MIV Oaad eyes meon yaad memar/e. Cora far fQur e$ S/g f/M$$, a. Clerk-Treasurer ........ $ 6.600.00 I b. . Clerical and Extra Office 2,00000 n Maintenance and Operation 1. Employee Benefits a. Sociai Security ........ 300.00 2. Constraetural Servie4m a. Postage, Printing aud Stationery ................ 100.00 b. Surety Bond .............. 50.00 3. Material and Supplies a. Office Supplies .......... 250.00 4. Other Expenses a. Registration and Election. Expense . ................. 400.00 b. A O. W. C Dues ........ 30000 c. Travel (Mileage) ........ 200.00 TOTAL ................ $ 10,200.00 Attorney's Department I Salaries and Wages 1. Attorney .............. $ 1,800.00 II Maintenance and Operation 1. Employee Benefits a. Social Security ............ 65.00 TOTAL ................. $ 1,865.00 GENERAL GOVERNMENT I Salaries and Wages 1. Mayor .................. $ 72.00 2. Council .................. 300.00 3. Janitor .................. 600.00 4. Judge .................... 500.00 II Maintenance and Operation 1. Constraetural Services a. Auditing ................ 400.00 b. Insurauee (Liability and Casualty) .......... 2000.00 e. Hydrant Rental .......... 1,500.00 d. Planning Commissior Costs 200.00 e. Legal Expetmes ........ 2,000.00 III 2. Material and Supplies a. Office Supplies .......... 100.00 3. Other Expenses a. Travel (Mileage) ...... 200.00 b. To Street Fund ........ 18,500.00 . Miscellaneous ............ 6,900.00 To Water-Sewer Fund .... 19,000.00 In Capital Outlay 1. Office Furniture and Equipment ................ 500.00 TOTAL ................. $ 52,832.00 POLICE DEPARTMENT I Salaries and Wages 1. Police Officers .......... $ 15,500.00 n Maintenance and Operation 1. Employees Benefits a. Social Security .......... 550.00 b. Industrial Insuran'ce .... 100.00 2. Contractural Services 3. Material and Supplies a. Office Supplies .......... 50.00 b Police Car parts aud Repairs .................... 500.00 c. Police Car gas aPal oil .... 600.00 4. Other Expenses a. Miscellaneous ............ 100.90 nl Capital Outlay I Police Car Reserve ...... 1,10000 2. Radio Replacement and new equipment .......... 1,500.00 TOTAL .................. $ 20,000.00 FIRE DEPARTMENT I Salaries and Wages 1.. Fire Chief .............. $ 540.00 2. Assistant Fire Chief ...... 300.00 3. Firemen ................ 1,000.00 II Maintenance and Operation 1. Employee Benefits a. Social Security .......... 65.00 2. Contraeturnl Services a. Miscellaneous ............ 1,000.00 3. Material and Supplies a. Fire Truck gas and oil . 400.00 b. Miscellaneous equipment 100.00 4. Other Expenses a. Dues to Associations .... " 50.00 b. Miscellaneous ............ 75.00 IlI Capital Outlay I. Fire Truck Reserve ...... 2,000.00 TOTAL ........... $ 5,530.00 Park and Recreation Dept. I. Salaries and Wages 1. Park Custediau .......... $ 300.00 II Maintenance and Operation Employee Benefits a. Social Security .......... 12.00 2. Material and Supplies a. Miscellaneous ............ 50.00 TOTAL .$ 1,362.00 In Capital Outlay 1. New Equipment ........ 1,000.00 Health and Sanitation I Salaries and Wages 1. Sanitation Offire ........ $ 600.00 II Maintenance and Operation 1. Employee Benefits a. Social Security .......... 23.00 2. Other Expenses a. Miscellaneous ............ 570.00 Sub Total .............. $ 1,193.00 TOTAL ............... $ 93,98.00 CITY STREET FUND Estimated Revenues 1. Taxes a. Gasoline Taxes .......... $ 16,300.00 2. Revenue from Other Ageneie a. Miscellaneous ............ 150.00 . Other Revenu a. From Current Exp. Fund 4. Cash a. Oash o Hand and Unexpended Balance ...... TOTAL ................. $ Estimated Expenditures I Salaries and Wages I. Superintendent .......... 2. Extra Labor ............ Med Lake Ord Galley 2 ...... n Maintenance and Operation ,, 1. Employee Benefits a. Social Security .......... b. Industrial Iusurauce .., .... ,2. Contractural Services 0. a. Street Lighting ........ 4, b. Street Garage Mairt. 3. Material and Supplies a. Gasoliie, Oil, Grease and Miscellaueous ........ b. Equipment repairs ........ c. Miscellaneous expense .... .. 4. Other Expense a. Miscellaueous ............ In Capital Outlay 1. Other Structures and Improvements a. Misceilaneous Cor, structio b. To Arterial Street ........ (25% matckinw) 2. Machinery and Equlpmen a. Truck ard Equipment .... b Truck aud EquipmeL Reserve .................. TOTAL ................. $ ARTERIAL STREET FUND Estimated Revenues 1. From State ( gas tax),$ 2. From City Street (25% matchirg) .......... 3 Cash on, Hand ............ TOTAL ................. $ Estimated Expenditures 1. Gradir*g, Drainage, Gravel Snow Removal ........... $ 2. Paving (Asphalt) ........ 3. Repairs and Resurfaciug .. 4. Storm Drains ............ 5. Engineering .............. TOTAL . ................ $ WATER-SEWER FUND Estimated Revenue 1 Revenues from Money and Fraperty a. Hydrant Rental (CurreIt :ExpenSe) ...... ;' 2. Revenue from other Agenc, a Counection fees (water) .. b. Conaection, fees (sewer) : Charges for Current Serv a. Water Receipts .......... b. Sewer Service Charge .... 4. Other Revenues a. From Current Expense .... 5. Cash a. Cash on' Har*d .... TOTAL ................. $ Estimated Expenditures I Salaries and Wages 1. Superiutendent .......... $ 2. Extra Labor .......... .. . n Maintenance and Operation 1 Employee Benefits a. Social Security .......... b. Industrial Iusurarce .... 2. Material and Supplies a Maintenance materials .... b. Office Supplies, etc ..... 3. Other Expenses a. Miscellaneous ............ lII Capital Outlay 1. Machinery arl Equipment IV Iuterest and Debt Redemption 1. 1959 Water Improvememt a. Principal ................ b. Interest .................. 2. 1963 Water-Sewer Bond Redemption a. Principal ................ b. Interest .................. 3. 1963 Water-Sewer Bond Reserve a. Prircipal ................ b. Interest .................. 4 L. I. D. No. 1 i Principal .............. Interest .... 5. L. I D. No. 1 Guaranty Fund ..... TOTAL ............... SECTION II That the tax levy for required to raise the for the Town of Medical inabove outlined is hereby teen (15) mills for the Fur, d. Introduced and adopted thi of September, 1964. Approved this 21st day of 1964. A. E. Deton, Mayor E. A. Bowers, Jr., Town' Clerk Approved as to Form: M. A. Johnson,, Tow AttoreF (Oet. 16, 1964) City Charters Proposed Amendment to the State Constitution to be voted on NOVEMBER 3, 1964 OFFICIAL BALLOT TITLE Senaie Joint Resohiiion No. 1 CITY CHARTERS Shall Article XI, sectioll 10, of the State which provides for the incorporation, organization classification of cities, and allows certain frame charters for their own government with general state laws, be amended in the respects: (1) Changing from 20,000 to 10,000 the population of cities which may frame such (2) Changing newspaper plblication rcq for proposed charters; (3) Providing that notices of elections be as required by law? VOTE CAST SY EXTRAORDINARY SESSION, 1963 STATE LEGISLATURE FINAL PASSAGE: SENATE: 49 Members--43 Yeas; 0 Nays; 6 Absent or not voting. HOUSE: 99 Members93 Yeas; 0 Nays; 6 Absent or not voting. EXPLANATORY COMMENT Issued By The Attorney General As Required BY ]65# THE LAW AS IT NOW EXISTS: The State Constitution now permits any city with more inhabitants to frame a charter for its own A charter outlines the government and powers of a charter must be consistent with and subject to the and laws of the state. The constitution now provides that the proposed published in two daily newspapers published in the tinuously for at least thirty days prior to the date it is su to the voters. The constitution now provides that notice of proposed charter shall be given for at least ten days day of election, in all election districts of the city. EFFECT OF SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 1 IF PROVED INTO LAW: The proposed amendment would permit any city inhabitants to frame a charter for its own government, as a city with 20,000 inhabitants may now do. The proposed amendment would provide that the charter be published i the daily newspaper of circulation published in the area to be incorporated daffy newspaper is published there, in the the largest general circulation in the area) at least for four weeks next preceding the election on the The proposed amendment would require notice of be given in the manner provided by the legislature. A Legal Publication  VICTOR A. From the Office of  Secretary of