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Thursday, December 9, 1982 Cheney Free Press Page 5 rt sees city budget Ilenge for council one of two coping with the budget will be the 'Council mem- biggest challenge facing the city next year. Kulibert says He says changes in federal and state an Art Kulibert policies as well as the West Plains impact will affect how the council handles its budget. Kulibert believes, too, that public input will be vital. "We'll be able to make the best use of funds by getting information on what the people want," Kulibert says. That means keeping the people in- formed so they can inform the council, he adds. The former Air Force navigator only has lived in Medical Lake since Christ- mas 1975, but already he has contribut- ed his time and experience by serving on the planning commission. I'm interested in the City of Medical Lake," he says. "I progressed through the planning commission which is ex- cellent training ground for a city councilman." Kulibert believes the City Council is just the next step for i commission member. He now assists his wife Donna with her pottery business and works as a navigator for the Air National Guard. Besides the budget, Kulibert has opinions on other city affairs. Growth--"It has to be approached slowly." Economic Development--"When it is economically feasible for businesses to move in, they will." West Plains--"If expansion into West Plains is inevitable, which appears to be the case, the best way to handle it is to use a coordinated approach between the city, the county and Spokane." yment and business goals ML economic council ' attracting more goal of the Council of been far too for its said President a interview last said he expects a gradual increase throughout the next decade. "With growth in the West Plains, Medical Lake will become a bedroom community whether we like it or not," Ramsey said. Some industries may prefer to be within city boundaries where they can get services like police and fire protection, he predicted. Ramsey said the city must then structure its growth to best serve the needs of the community. "We want to be in charge of our own destiny rather than be the victim of it," he concluded. economic base especi- added. COUncil commit- I Year ago to find base of members businessmen Serve on the wants to industry in [ia selecting the -'ve do not want of the people added. Ramsey Eastem State patient arrested An Eastern State Hospital patient was arrested Saturday after he was caught burglarizing the hospital's cafeteria, Medical Lake police report- ed. Police Chief Bruce Randall said Donald Fraedrich, 39, was appre- hended inside the cafeteria by Reserve Officer Ralph Stearns. Medical Lake police received a call from Eastern State security about 7:15 p.m. which reported a broken window in the cafeteria, Randall said. When Stearns entered the care, he found Fraedrich inside amidst broken dishes and scattered food. "There was an extensive amount of damage to the cafe and the area around it," Randall said. No damage estimate was available. Police returned Fraedrich to hospital custody pending further investigation. was fined C. Feeley, for speed- Medical Lake, SUspended for suspend- days in jail Lake, was and jail with 89 intoxi- Lake, may .counseling investigation. driving while Lake, for ny people during rhone- and to Dr. and the St. close Family Investigators seek fire cause Fire investigators are sifting through debris trying to find the cause of a blaze that damaged the orthopedic clinic Sunday at the Fairchild Air Force Base Hospital. Fire Chief James Kelly said Monday the investigation will be limited to base personnel. "If we need an outside investigator, we will contact the state." Kelly said. He did not anticipate outside assist- ance, however. Chumh News St. John's Lutheran St. John's Lutheran Church of Medi- cal Lake will hold its annual bazaar Dec. 9 from noon to 7 p.m. Chili and chicken casserole will be served throughout the event. Hand- made crafts and rummage items also will be for sale. The public is welcome. your insurance now LLOYD HAM Agent 299.5133 115 S. Lefevre Medical Lakell Kelly said damage estimates have been revised at $20,000. Earlier esti- mates were reported at $81,000. The 3:15 blaze forced hospital person- nel to evacuate 28 patients to the nearby dental clinic. No one was in the orthopedic clinic when the blaze broke out. Alcohol A P00oblem End The Nightmare! Call now for confidential guidance. 1509) 624-3226 We are helping people find a solution to alcoholism. We can help you. Talk to one of our counselors today. RALEIGH HILLS HOSPITALS ] Ornaments sent I Betz Elementary second grade students recently made Christmas ornaments which were sent to Olympia. Governor Spellman invited elementary students statewide to send ornaments for the Capitol building Christmas tree. The students are in Vickie Kennedy's and Debbie McLachlin's classes. Pictured left to right are Siri Sowinski, Angela Low, Anson Bell, Scott Murrie, Brandon Bowen and Robby Dalager. Peace group donates book to Kennedy Library Washington's Window on the World: A Directory of World Affairs Organiza- tion and Institutions in Washington State will be given to Kennedy Library at Eastern Washington University by the Northwest Regional Office of the World Without War Council. Visiting the university and local media last week was Cheney native Robin Reagan, who has served as the program manager with the council for the last two and a half years. A non-profit organization, the council is funded primarily by donations, as well as by corporate and foundation grants. The council works to promote world affairs awareness, making information available to schools and churches. Tm very concerned about how ignorant most Americans are about world affairs," said Reagan, noting that one in five persons in Washington State are directly affected by inter- national trade. Reagan said the council promotes I)asic rights for all people. While considering itself a "peace" organiza- tion, Reagan added that the eouneil helieves there should be arms stabali- zation belore arms control. Dinner set A spaghetti dinner to benefit the Ted Nelson family will be held Saturday from 4-8 p.m. at the Medical Lake City Hall. The event is sponsored by the Lion's Club, Kiwanis and Firemen's Associa- tion. Food is being donated by Larry Smith from Willow Springs Station in Cheney. Nelson, a Medical Lake Fire Depart- ment member for 26 years, died Nov. 14 after a long illness. Dinner prices are $3 for adults and $2 for children and senior citizens. Ski lessons slated Anyone interested in learning how to ski can take advantage of lessons being offered at 49 Degrees North in Chewe- lah. The program is being handled in Medical Lake through the recreation department. Saturday lessons will be offered Jan. 15 through Feb. 19 and Tuesday lessons will be offered Jan. 11 through Feb. 15. Bus transportation will be provided on Saturdays. The bus leaves at 7:30 a.m. and returns at 6 p.m. For prices or more information' stop by the Medical Lake city hall recrea- tion office or call 299-5250. 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:#5 a.m. Morning Worship 6:00 p.m. Praise 8 Prayer Tues. 7 p.m. Family Night Thurs. 7p.m. LIFE Groups Bryan Arneson, Pastor 299-3139 M.L. Community Church N. 203 Washington 299-3286 Sunday School 9:45 Worship Hour I I:00 Family Night 7:00 Wednesday Christ Centered Bible Believing Pastor Jack Lewis St. John's Lutheran Church Worship Hour I I:00 a.m. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Wayne Olsen, Pastor 299-4771 S. 223 Hallett, Med, Lake 2994114 St. Anne Catholic Church MASSES Sat. 6p.m. -- Sun. 8:308 lO a.m. Holy Days 9 a.m. ,9 7 p.m. Father Bernard Schiller E. 708 Lake, Meal. Lake 299-3585 '= II II ,a The council's new book, retailing for $8.95 in paperback, is a comprehensive directory of civic organizations and educational institutions throughout Washington State. For more details, write: World Without War Council, 1514 NE 45th. St., Seattle 98105 Reagan, a 1975 graduate of Cheney ltigh School, graduated in 1979 from the University of Washington German/ Literature and Russia/European Studies. Students inducted Twenty five Medical Lake High School students were inducted into the National Honor Society last month. The new members, selected by a faculty council, were chosen for meet- ing high scholastic achievement, service, leadership and character. Students inducted include John Ballester, Lori Bolster, Rebecca Campbell, Gregory Close, Steven Cross, Debra Geiger, Jennifer Gray, Frances Herrle, Steven Hoblin and Laurence Howard, all sophomores. Other sophomore inductees were Mike Kennedy, Tamara Kuhn, Melody Laird, Sam Petersen, Donley Silbaugh, Michele Steinmetz and Karen Wagner. Junior inductees were Sarah Price and Gary Seagrave Jr. Senior students inducted into the NHS include Rob Bramlet r., Melissa Chte, James McCarthy, Mike Moorman, Mike Strawn and Jack Zappone. Hours announced The Medical Lake Post Office will be open Saturdays from 8 a.m. to noon through Christmas Eve, says Post- master Dave Gray. Weekday hours will be from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. through Dec. 24. Open house at the new building wilt be Dec. 23 from 1-4 p.m. Cheney girl promotes book Robin Reagan, program officer for the Northwest Regional Office of the World Without War Council of Seattle, shows the new reference guide being published by the organization. A copy of Washing. ion's Window on the World has been ordered by the Kennedy Library at Eastern Washington Uni- versity, said the Cheney native. 9 THE internationally Acclaimed Skaters ! Wod Famous Dance World- Renowned Champions 1 I 0,=,,.,c.,_s,,.,,,., i) [ SPOKANE COLISEUM SNSORED by EL KATIF SHRINE I l[  TELE-CHARGE (V,sa or M/C) I = I . TOLL FREE (Wash, State) 8l MON, TUE, WED, FRI ............. 8PM ' ..... 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