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[] Lake Thursday, November 18, 1982 Cheney Free Press Page 5 Medical Lake senior Todd Ray works on a drawing for an electrical component at the Spo- kane Area Vocational Skills Center. Ray plans to enter Spokane Community College and to pursue a degree in mechanical engineering technology. (See feature on page 2.) Post # "-- 'oatt00,00r00norted at ML schools who --vll00 . n reported in the On No!I District, but te the 'I .Ver, the problem 'qc levels. Several item al re0orted lice Felt it W!L_ _'qtton to one socio- nd 19e a  ar not necessarily tve rnal ,,i.eleanliness. The L small parasites can be passed by anyone just through personal contact. That is the reason school children seem to be most often affected. Since lice cling to the hair, an itchy scalp is a sign they may be present. Check for tiny white/gray spots on the hair especially on the nape of the neck and behind the ears. Spokane County Health District Nurse Shirley Thompson, who heads the communicable disease program, said the problem should be treated immediately. She said to treat the scalp with a specialized shahapoo available by prescription or over the counter. A doctor or pharmacist can recommend some. Thompson said the best prevention is not to have children close to each other. Don't let them share combs, hats or pillows or anything that could pass the parasites to someone else, she said. Hot water kills the parasites, and Thompson said all clothing should be washed and dried on the hot cycle. Articles can also be sealed in a plastic bag for 30 days, she said. For more information, contact one's physician or call the county health department. Council passes real estate tax Buying and selling property in Medi- cal Lake will become just a little more expensive. The City Council Tuesday night unanimously passed Ordinance 588 which imposes a one-quarter per- cent real estate excise tax on home buyers within the city limits. The tax is designed to make anyone moving into the community help pay for existing city services, City Adminis- trator Tom Bumgarner said. The new tax should increase city revenues by $4,000 yearly, he said. Concerning other matters, council members discussed the waterfront park project. Councilman Marion King, who heads the Parks and Recreation Committee, told the council his com- mittee will recommend deleting ball- park lighting from the original grant request. If the grant is approved, that means some improvements and additions to the park. They include underground wiring, a picnic shelter, storage shed, irrigation system for the lawn and picnic areas, beach and dock improve- ments and a senior citizen area for lawn bowling, croquet and leisure activities. King said the improvements can be done for approximately $85,400. Also discussed at the meeting was cable television. Some councilmen won- dered why the cable TV had so few channels. Bumgarner explained that it is a matter of economics. Medical Lake has only 450 subscribers and it costs about $6,000 to add a channel, according to a report from the cable TV company to Bumgarner. The next scheduled meeting will be Nov. 23 at 7 p.m. in city hall. That is a joint meeting between the council and the planning commission. The two groups hopefully will resolve the hearing examiner issue. The coun- cil has recommended a committee hear variance requests and zone changes, but the planning commission has sug- gested a single person do the job. Wilcox given science degree Master Sgt. Daniel E. Wilcox III, son of Laura E. Church of Olympia, has been awarded an associate degree in applied science by the Community College of the Air Force for studies completed in educational administra- tion field. Wilcox is a personnel superintendent at Travis Air Force Base, Calif., with the 60th Air Base Group. His wife, Anita, is the daughter of June L. Warwick of Rt. 1, Medical Lake. The sergeant is a 1966 graduate of Frank- ford High School, Philadelphia. Court Repoa Medical Lake Municpol Court Judge Jessie Cowart Nov. 8, 1982 Joyce L. Wright, Spokane, was fined $30 for speeding Janet A. Nichols, Spokane, was fined $30 for speeding Lynn A. Miller, Spokane, was fined $45 for speeding. Angela B. Reid, Medical Lake, was fined $70 for speeding. Jack J. Zoppone, Jr., was fined $30 for fined $30 for speeding. Shelly E. Jonuchawski, Medical Lake, was fined $20 for driving with no valid operators license. Jan A. Denman, Medical Lake, was fined $25 for speeding. Michael P. Lasher, Medical Lake, was fined $20 fat speeding. William S Strobel, Spokane, was fined $25 for driving without a valid operator's license, Nits J. Eickstadt, Medical Lake, was fined $30 for speeding. Miles A. lareski, Medical Lake, was fined $25 for speeding. Rod Everhart Everhart joins staff The Cheney Free Press is pleased to welcome Rod Everhart to its editorial staff as the new Medical Lake/educa- tion/features reporter. A native of Indianapolis, Everhart came to this area in 1975 as a VISTA volunteer in Colville. He graduated in 1974 from Indiana University where he majored in psychology and received an additional degree in 1979 from Eastern Washington University. Everhart has held positions in both Coeur d'Alene and Spokane as a busi- ness and general assignment writer and radio news reporter and editor. He says journalism is his first love, next to family, and enjoys the atmosphere of a community weekly. "I'm pleased to be a member of the Free Press staff and look forward to covering news for the community," he said. Besides his journalism background, Everhart has several years experience in government service and retail busi- ness. He resides in Spokane with his wife, Joyce, and children, Richard, Scott, Jennifer and Maryann. Everhart says old ears are a passion, and he enjoys tinkering on them. He also enjoys motorcycling, acting, out- door activities and photography. speeding. Dwaine A. Christenson, Medical Lake, ed $20 for speedin James G. McCarthy, Medical Lake, was fined $70 for den B was etball league r T "arming "[abO S ok ...... f d ...... dbthedefendentCI ' .... Legioll E g neghgen driving toyd McKey, Medical Lake, had his ' , P , d $20 (or assault cha ge m y speeding. Teresa M. Glenn, Medical Lake, was tined Springer's case was dismissed on o deferred sentence h of th s2s for speeding Richard O Doughty, Spok ...... of six months p, ior as of t# :ij0iningachurch ' " 1 this event, Williams said theleague Special meeting set rO Wj ttgteNdt .a ;: ndt a 7 ihnT o mi! i! !i7; :11 mPsanCsdt! ig events, hopes to expand into other sporting "-, fJ..emblyChureh, The Medical Lake City Council and appointed, while some city council L:a"'b'llhlL a Planning Commission will hold a spe- members prefer the commitee ap ks. All games will be played at Lake City cial meeting Nov. 23 at 7 p.m. in the city preach. GET YOUR LOTTERY rICKETS HERE! Case00, S,eMearket I.(rTIFR Medical Lake =tured I Helen: ;ath of age 75 hoper  :ion wiff i Plains Christian is o composes oi : Y, Medical Lake, rt. te e  Pastor S v "'! formed to give ly get out and to fellowship with Assembly. Williams said 12 games are planned, with a tournament scheduled for the Obiluad00 hall. The two groups will discuss the 8 a.m. -9p.m. first weekend in March. "We've put together what we feel is a pretty solid program," Williams said. The league already has had good response from letters sent out to area William George Repp William George Repp, who was a appointment of a hearing examiner who will hear variances and zone change requests. The planning commission has re- commended that one individual be Dinner slated e 3RD AN..,[ BIRTHDAY SALE A dinner to help the Medical Lak F:r0de'sBa;klWillb:h:ldS::::day2t5 S:O 15/0 OFF PERMS churches. Depending on the success of native of Medical Lake, died Nov. 2. 7:15 p.m. Graveside services were held Nov. 5 1 l at Mt. View Cemetery. MemorialSer- Applications sought Poor Boy sandwiches, coffee and 10% OFF ALL RETAIL GOODS punch will be served. The price is $1.60 - vices were held the same day at St. for teen contest $.7 for half a sandwich and $3.20 - THROUGH NOVEMBER successful Lutheran Church in Glad- $3.50 for a whole sandwich. stone, Ore. Cochran's Sunset Chapel Applications arebeing sought from The dinner is open to everyone in the Reflections ot Hair was in charge of arrangements. Of- girls wishing to compete for the honor community, and all proceeds will go to in Medical Representatives of the Medical Lake ficiating was Rev. Armin Reitz. of Miss National Teenager. the food bank. N. 112 Jefferson -- Medical Lake - 23-5149 best ever. Lion's Club, the 4-H, churches and He lived in Gladstone for 31 years. He Locally, the Miss Washington Teen ................ from the students conducted their door-to-door was a charter member of St. Stephen ager Pageant will be held May 27-29 at commit-campaignSaturday. Lutheran Church and was a U.S. Army WhitworthCollege. feb qF WITI bank shelves The food drive's excellent response veteran of WWII. He is survived by his For details on the state program, now means more needy families will be wife, Valeria; two daughters, Karen write: Mr. Charles Scarborough, state able to get help during this holiday Repp of Gladstone and Marcia Repp of director, 3622 Harvard Dr., Oceanside, season. Beavert0n; and two sisters, Christina Calif. 92056. MOUb n Reid said besides food items, the Weyen of Silver Creek, Wash., and Food Bank received more than $100 in Elsie Fietz of Forest City, Iowa. He was cash donations, preceded in death by his parents, The Medical Lake Episcopal Church George and Amelia Repp, as well as by stores the food and distributes it in his sisters, Elizabeth Weyen and Lydia Churches cooperation with area churches. Willms. i.. came out novice eekend at the their boxing was by the set drive will be 8:30 a.m. to 1 Students :take a consent Students Valid proof of Lake i i i FAMILY MEDICINE MEDICAL LAKE 299- 5145 ,n 624-2313, o a:ao a.m. Ca s:oo Lake City Assembly of God "Fellowship of the Unashamed'" 400 East Grace 299-3139 SUNDAY SERVICES 8:00 a.m. Morning Worship 9:30 a.m. School of the Bible 10:45 a.m. Morning Worship 6.'OO p.m. Praise * Prayer Tues. 7 p.m. Family Night Thurs. 7 p.m. LIFE Groups Bryan Arneson, Pastor 299-3139 M.L. Community Church N. 203 Washington 299-3286 Sunday School 9:45 Worship Hour 11:00 Family Night 7.'00 Wednesday Christ Centered Bibte Believing Pastor Jack Lewis St. John's Lutheran Church Worship Hour 11:00 a.m. Sunday School 9.'45 a.m. Wayne OIsen, Pastor 299-4771 S. 223 Hallett, Mad. Lake 299-4114 St. Anne Catholic Church MASSES Sat. 6 p.m. - Sun. 8:30 Et 10 a.m. Holy Days 9 a.m. 8" 7p.m. Father Bernard Schiller E. 708 Lake, Mad. Lake 299.3585 -.4 I The holiday season is a time to be real. Give our best to your family and friends. Merry Christmas from the Dairy Farmers of Washington. FJTTEK 00NKE I 1 C. (2 cubes) II real butter, softened II 2 C. granulated sugar Topping _ 2 eggs " 1/2 C. nuts, chopped fine I 1 tsp. vanilla 2 tsp. sugar . 2 C. sifted flour 1/4 C. brown sugar, sifted I 1 tsp. baking powder 11/2 tsp. cinnamon 1/2 tsp ,alt Powdered sugar for I 1 C, sour cream topping Preheat oven to 350 degrees Cream butter and su ar until well mixed. Add eggs one at a time, beat until fluffy. Add vanilla I and mix well. Combine sifted flour, baking powder and salt. Add d W II ingredients to creamed mixture alternately with sour cream. Combine top- ping ingredients until well mixed. Place I/2 the batter in well | greased _ 10-i.nch tube or bundt pan, "Ibp with 1/2 topping mix. Add rest of batter. II | Last, add the rest ofthe topping mix. Bake 1 hour and 10 minutes. Allow to | | cool 15 minutes before removing from pan. Before serving, sprinkle powdered II lugar over top with sifter. This can be baked a day ahead. It also freezes well. j -----A !i :