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Friday, October 30, 1964 Cheney Free Press Page 7 dl $0 $I ub ol I No One Man Can Take Responsibility For Government Alone!! it Takes A Team! ! VOTE FOR THE DEMOCRATIC TEAM SEN. HENRY JACKSON TOM FOLEY PRES. LYNDON B. JOHNSON HUBERT H. HUMPHREY GOV. A, ROSELLINI SEN. JOHN COONEY REP. KEITH CAMPBELL JACK GERAGHTY W. O. ALLEN GEO. A. KAIN THEY WILL MEET AMERICA'S CHALLENGE Martin Democratic Chtb, 114 College Avenue, Cheney, Washington, H. D. Kass, acting president; J. M. ]K, treasurer For ride to poEs o baby st "fig call 235-4644 or visit 114 College Ave. News rs. N. A. Cordill _HOT LUNCH i} Y  Spaghetti w'.t I to'mato sauce, green !' " .ad and butter, pears, Y  Roast turkey ing, gravy, fruit sal- earn, milk. . day -- Lima beans Lt., jello sal,d, p,ump- i'ng, corn bread, milk. |:=ay -- Vegetable and Sserol.e, cabbage saJ'ad, and butter, apple & ot dogs, macaroni e, green beans, le,ach :', Pailk. tIN BRIEF |arid Mrs. Leslie Moo  Wenatc.hee over the to visit thMr dug- a, who is a student at COess School of Nurs- ere. They a.l.so visited ]k, e Ghm Watson family Mrs. Me and Mrs. ] sisters. Mrs. George Shields visii,n,g Miss Franc ' home here. ! from here atte,ading L I for oldwater lun- Onday at Spokane in- s . Harold Hartley, /- dward Betz, Mrs. Har- [L , Mrs. Ivan Calvert J " N. A. CordiU. ]r Rambler 4-H mere- | Lase remember the [ [ Saturday at noon at J of Mrs. Howard "I1 [yone Wishing to join J  for he coming year | ,ed to attend. A beef | , 'be hetd at member's [ |,l, lowirg the meeting. [a? ' C.E. Prim,mer were Sunday n- Ma- l t;bn H Harris visited ,.ae. Dew nd new |ghter Monday. Lrdil was a weekend J' hen m !' PhReo of Che- :Y callers of Miss Franc Lere Mr. and Mrs. Ar- ll,,mg and daughter r Spokane.. [kd Mrs. N. i. Corditl 1, were amo the ]terl(ling the CAteney- ]e at the fairgrounds lie Friday evening. Ill'eel, Colleen Cordill, |' of the Mead .twirlers who performed at lal thne. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald McKin- ley, Mike and Brenda were Su.ndar di.ner guests of her parents, Mr..and Mrs. Harry Pierce, of St. John. Other guests included another daugh- ter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Peter 0'Laughlin. Due to the election, Ambe Grange will postpone the first meeting in November. The next regular meeting w be ,Nov. 17 at 8 p. m. There will also be eie.cton of officers that even,g. Serving re fres'h- ments will be Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Best, Mr. and Mrs. Hen- fry Franz, D.a,ryl and Louis Franz. Mrs. Charles E. Mild, or was hostess to the Pioneer brdige club at her home last Thurs- day aS.ternoen. Mrs. Melvin Marsh an,d Mrs. Virgie Totts were guests and were also the prize winners. The club will meet next with Mrs. Wilon Cree. Mrs. Alfred Weisman re- turned Friday fam a vac'a- tion trip to Portland, Where. she visited la.tives, and fro,m there she went to Seattle to visit her daughter and arnily, Mr. ad Mrs. Gary Moss, for a few days. Mrs. L. W. Rietz was a Mon- day guest of her son md fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. G" thnre Rietz. Jo F_,tlen Jordan danced at the "bean feed" put on by the Windsor sch, ool Saturday rhght. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Marsh were Satta'day evenin,g guests of Mr. and Ms. Ivan Calve. Mr. aml Mrs. Ted Green of M.arsltall were Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Harri and f,mily. The Young  hridge club met at the hams f Mrs. How- ard Marsh Wednesday after- noon with Mrs. Orville Levis, Mrs. Wilson Cree arid Mrs. Don Lambert as guests. Prizes were won by Mrs. Kent Sooy, Mrs. Fred Sooy and Mrs. F. N. Me- Kinky. Mrs. Ronld McKinley will be hostess to the chub on Nov. 4. The Bookmobile will visit the Amber School on Tuesday from 9:45 to 10:30 p. m. Any- one wishivg to borrow boks may do o ,at this time.: Sunday dinner guests: (ff Mr. and Mrs. Gilmore lietz and family were her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Thain Carmen of Davenport. Four Lakes By Lenard Mace RI 7-7606 GRANGE NEWS The next Grange me,ring will be Nov. 15'. HUB CLUB Hub Club will meet Nov. i0 at the Four Lakes Town H,all. [Craft will be anything you wish to work on. Bring necessary equipment. Everyone is to have sometbAng for the bazaar, which will be held in Decem- ber. Hostess is Mrs. Russell Mace. Lesson is on holiday en- tertaimng to be given by Mrs. ace and Mrs:. Lorraine McMil- lan. BUSY FINGERS 4-H An organization meeting of the Busy Fingers 4-H club was held at the Four Lakes Schaol Oct. 20. About 19 girls signed tp for the followng year. Elec- tion of officers was herd. The resus are as relieves: pre.si- dent, Sandy Bolm; vice presi. dent, Judy Moore; secretary, Linda Hartford; treasurer, La- Venue Atkin, s; reporter, Cn- ne Earlscourt. SICK LIST Mrs. Mary Wilcox is con- fined to Deaconess Hospdtal, where she bad surgery hst week. Mrs. Helen Larson is can- fined to St. Lukes hspital, sub- for'my from a back ailment. Bill Fitzner .of Hummer, Id- ho, formerly of For Laes, who has been staying with Mr. and Mrs. Del Standoff or, was taken to Sacred Heart hosptal in serious condRion Friday night. Mrs. Fred Graug is recover- ing icey at rlmme after sur- gery last week. Mrs. Gretchen Moser  re- I ported to be much better after suffelg a mild heart attack last week. PERSONAL MENTIONS Saturday eve ng .the Jack Ihrtford family attended the ard,s banquet for the Ws'h- ington State Horsemen at Ar- gonne Jtmior Hgh Schuol. Jacki Hartford received two ribbons. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. McLean ,of Wapato were Saturday call. ors of the Jack Iartfords. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Barrick and family spent the weekend F. L. RATCLIFFE JR. RECEIVES AWARDIn recognition of outstanding effort and service to his company, Eutetti Welding Alloys Corp., F. L. Ratcliffe, Jr. was presented a gold pin by the regional manager Richard G. Hillistad. At the end of one and one-half years service Ratcliffe had exceeded by 90% in selring welding alloys and equipment in his area which covers northeast Washington, northern Idaho and northwest Montana. at W.a,a WaSh with Mrs. Bar-] rick% mother, Mrs. H. L. Da- vis. They aso met Loan's fth- er from Seattle and had a a,m- ily reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Nell Brown were callers Ist week at the Brown home. The Rev. John D. Spear of Bakersfield, alif., ws a Mon- day .everAng din,,er guest of the g. W. Atkinses. Mr. and Mrs. Henry IrAght were weekend guests of Mr. aad Mrs. Alex Stamper. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Stamper !spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Whitlock. Mr. and Mrs. Cody Stands for spent the w.eeker=d a Deer Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Van Cavnp were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. T@bbe of Spo- kane. Mr. and Mrs. I)orta.ld Waldo of C heney were callers of the Sam Van Camps Sundty eve- Wood and Mrs. Mad,Rne Tramm. Mr. and Mrs. Ch.ude Garner were Monday evening guests of Mrs. Kirkpatrick. ,Mrs. Wyastra entertained from Spokane last week Mr. and Mrs. Booker, Lucitle Ash- mode and Roberta Easter. Mrs. Wynstra spent Monday with Elizabeth Bailey. They spent the day working on their button collections. Mrs. Wynstra spent Wednes- day "m St. John and EWan vis- Ring Luella Henning, Erama Dodge and Lal, a Railey. Mrs. Walter Powell of Spo- kane .spent Monday with Mrs. GvetChen Moser. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Garner of Medical Lake and their h, ouse guests, Mr. ad Mrs. A1 Moran, Milton-Fveevtater, Ore. were diner guests t the Leo Buteau home Thursday eve- ning. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grub and in.g. family have - purchased the Call.ors last week of Mrs. theme of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Kirk'patrick were Mrs. FArner Sage near Silver Lake. The Peterson ad .her daughter, [Grubs plan to move around Ms. Janice Stone, and ,her son, [ Dec. 1. Mr. and :Mrs. Sage are Mrs. L. S. Brown, and rand- [ building a new home near Sil- daughter, Lorna Brwn, Ghdys  ver Lake. City Charters , $ Proposed Amendment to the State Constitution to be voted on NOVEMBER 3, 1964 ....... OFFICIAL BALLOT TITLE Senate Joint Resolution No. 1 CITY CHARTERS Shall Article XI, section 10, of the state Constitution, which provides for the incorporation, organization and classification of cities, and allows certain cities to frame charters for their own government consistent with general state laws, be amended in the following respects: (1) Changing from 20,000 to 10,000 the minimum population of cities which may frame snch charters; (2) Changing newspaper publication requirements for proposed charters; (3) Providing that notices of elections he given as required by law? tOTE CAST BY EXTRAORDINARY SESSION, 1963 STATE LEGISLATURE ON FINAL PASSAGE: SENATE: 49 Members---43 Yeas; 0 Nays; 6 Absent or not voting. HOUSE: 99 Member.--93 Yeas; O Nays; 6 Absent or not voting. EXPLANATORY COMMENT Issued By The Attorney General As Required By Law THE LAW AS IT NOW EXISTS: The State Constitution now permits any city with 0,000 or more inhabitants to frame a charter for its own government, A charter outlines the government and powers of a city. The charter must be consistent with and subject to the constitution and laws of the state. The constitution now provides that the proposed charter be published in two daily newspapers published in the city con* tinuously for at least thirty days prior to the date it is submitted to the voters. The constitution now provides that notice of election on a proposed charter shall be given for at least ten days before the day of election, in all election districts of the city. EFFECT OF SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 1 IF AP- PROVED INTO LAW: The proposed amendment would permit any city with 10,000 Inhabitants to frame a charter for its own government, the same as a city with 20,000 inhabitants may now do. The proposed amendment would provide that the proposed charter be published in the daily newspaper of largest general circulation published in the area to be Incorporated (or if no daily newspaper is published there, in the newspaper having the largest general circulation in the area) at least once a week for four weeks next preceding the election on the charter. The proposed amendment would require notice of election to be given In the manner provided by the legislature. A Legal Publication / VICTOR A. METERS From the Office of  Secretary of State