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i if Subscriptions in Klickitat & Skamania Counties $3.00--$3.50 Elsewhere SCHOOL BOARD ASKS $08,000 FOR JR. HIfiH White" Salmon Valley school directors met in special session Monday night, Sept. 14 and de- cided unanimously to ask vot- ers to approve construction of 9th grade facilities at the Jun- ior High School. The election to raise $68,000 by special levy (20 mills) will be held in conjtmction with the General Election on Tuesday, Nov. 3. .-- :10 tYN 30 ,. HUNTERS FOUND IDEAL WEAL THER Frank Dau: be ns ,peck, AI Trout, Tony Lay, Gerald Cur- urn, John Kock and Otto Reev- es left yesterday, Sept. 16, to join Ben DeBere and Clarence Johnson on the rugged Salmon River divide in Idaho Ben and Clarence left Sept. 10 to set up their annual elk- hunting camp and to serve as guides for five New York doc- tors for five days. Ben and Clarence found wea- ther conditions .ideal for hunt- ing: freezing temperatures and a foot of snow. 30 SUN 30 -- ROTARY STAGES ANNUAL AUCTION IT'S FUN TO READ THE SUN i BINGEN - WHITE SALMON, KLICKfTAT COUNTY, WASHINGTON ,J Ch00pm00. To i SCHOOL @dds 8 Quinton L. Chapman Will belST00UC[ -- sworn in as White Salmon pol- Michael J. Another week like this and ice judge and Justice of the we'll be in the market for Tom- my Burke's special services. If you haven't heard, Tommy is now bar manager of the Park HaviMnd's. A}oha Room and Top o' the Park. ) .... Names make news --PERCY MANSER got home from H. R. hospital last Saturday. K.P. CE- CIL and CATHERINE GEORGE showing up last week (not to- gether, of course) completely unaware they were ea6h squel- ching rumors they were dead! SMOKY WEDRICK getting a thank-you letter from the May- or of Valdez and a certificate of Peace toniglt, Thursday, Sept. 17. Both benches have been empty since A. B. Carl ock re- signed last spring. Chapman teaches contempor- ary problems, civics, history and psychology at Columbia High School. He was appointed o the position of Justice of the Peace by the Board of County Commissioners, on written rec- ommendation from Mayor A1 Henry. -- 30 SUN 30 CHAMBER MEETS MONDAY 14, son of Mr. and Dominic (Doc) McMahon Sal- mon was struck open door of a : at 5:45 p. m. Tuesday, on the Loop Road west Junior High School. The 1954 ear by Roger L. Carson, whose Greg Callister, 16, Mona- ghan, 15, both Catlister was sitting in Michael and Alan Baumgarden, 13, walking 'west on the on the south side of the fac- ing traffic, af- appreciation from GOVERNOR EGAN for freehauling SDS's Mt. Adams Chamber of Cam- earthquake gift off 18,000 bf of I merce will hold its regular lumber to dockside, monthly meeting at the PI0D -, ,-- building at 8 p.m. Monday, VANCE LEMLEY wants to Sept. 21. know if somebody is holding Reply of the PUD Commis- his pet seagull captive. HEATH sioners relative to the water CLIF has a yellow band on his problem wll be reviewed and leg. Two weeks ago he failed to plans considered for public de- return from his daily flig;ht to the river. O Last Saturday we caught BESSIE SCHMID and her grand son Steve Hill SHAKING the woodshed roof. Bessie's black cocker BUTCH likes raw car- termination of the matter. Duane Stephenson will report On the Outdoor Recreational i Seminar held at the University of Washington. All members are urged to at- tend. .... O  N 30 rots and corn on the cob, both LUAU LUNCHEON of which he picks himself trom FOUr  JAN LARSEN THIS SATURDAY the garden. Local Rotarians are busy .... ": " ...... A luau luncheon and bridal preparing for their sixth annual COUNTY FAIR shower in honor of Janice Lar- Community Aucon next Sat- ,1,-,.,-, ,sen was given Monday, Sept. urday Sept. 19 beginning at 1 uJg,O /-/L/J 14 by Mrs. Kenneth Lundeberg, p.m. at. Htmsaker s used car lot POST M_RO TEMM I Mrs. Conley Rohrnaa and Mrs. in Whlte. SaLmon, Kii'" t . . [Harry Htmsaker at the Hun- Sale :items :i several l . el_ta. Coun W name econ-[saker home. Guests dressed in , i omms rar superintendents will muumuus added color to the carrier loads of lumber; a 14 / f hold their annual post mortem / boat complete with outboard " - i Hawa, ii:an motif. ,,t .... a ,,-,o,  f , meeting at 10"30 aAla Monday, Aft a week w her too, m ........ '"v'; ,_ .ully re- Sevt "" '" '= .... :... .. ,= n" conditioned lawn mower; Sing-I :ep ;. zl at me tioiaenaaJe anK ther, Mrs. Van Gladden, Janice er portable electric sewing ma-meeting room, annotmces Mrs. will fly back to New York City chine; piano, bicycles, skis and t=ecu waro, t.ienerai aupenn- this weekend where she will be ice :skates; furniture and appli- tendent, married to Charles Kussler on ances. This meeting is to evaluate October 10. ter school to Just before Shidds' car pass- ed them the door flew open and struck Michael. ael was taken to Skyline :ital by Gardners ambula Although he su a severe blow on 'his right, forearm and shoulder, his t serious injury seems to bel TIMES SET.i FINAL HEA: ,SCHOOL BL Mrs. G ace M::::i itat County sch00 nounces final h budgets will be day, Sept. 22, acC oken ribs. DR WG 00ETS , Klick- Supt., an- of school i on Tues- tng to the sdhed MORNING: Gol dale 9 a. m.; Centerville 9: Glenwood 9:40; White 'l 10; Wish- ram 10:30; Klickitl 10:50; Ap- pleton 11:1. , AFTERNOON: t Lake 1 p.m.; MountarL, ii i 0ok 1:20; Roosevelt 1:45;  2-10; Bick- leton 2:30; Bing 5. .....  ,' .'ll  =",.: GLOVKA GPIES UP GARBAGE ROUTES Lee Glovka, garbage collector for Bingen, Lyle and D nllesport Rotarians will accept any i- tem on consignment. Prices, to be set by owaer, will be marked up for a nominal commission to go to the Rotary Club. Girl Scouts will serve hot dogs, hamburgers, coffee, pop, pie and cake. Proceeds from this auction will be used to help provide the high school track and assist Ro- tary scholarship funds. "The local Rotary Club great- ly appreciates excellent cooper- ation from the community in ma- king this auction a success," says Walt Hunsaker, auction chairman. State Patrolman Has Rear Ender Nolan W. Bryan, 62, Rt. 1, White Salmon, wil be cited for failure to yield the right of way this year's Fair and to start planning for next year. Due to resignation of Mrs. Wm. Ander- son as General Superintendem, Mrs. Ward urges all Superin- tendents to attend this meeting so that new policy can be dis- cussed. Mrs. Helen Schrieber, Co. Ext Agt. is advisor in the group. All those attending are ask- ed to bring their Fair Premium Book. Coffee will be served at noon. WOMAN'S CLUB LUNCHES TODAY White Salmon Woman's Club will meet at 12:30 p.m. today, Thursday, Sept. 17 at the Amer- ican Legion Hall for a potluck luncheon. "All ladies are welcome. Come and help us make our Those Sharing the afternoon :for 16 years, minus one month were Mmes. Van Gladden, Lar-lmade his last rounds Sept. 3 rv Larsen, Fred Purvis, Edward lwith his successors, Dale Mar- Reed, Robert Van Alstine, Ken-[ray and Bill Hearu. neth Gardner, Will,iam Kreps I Although sale of the frar,- and Gordon McKeehn,ie all ofchise is still subject to state White Salmon; Mrs. Gerhart i approval, ,they took over opera- Neils of Glenwood and Mrs. Richard Sinclair of Portland. FAMILY HONORS THE CECIL COMBS A family reunion held Satur- day, Sept. 12 at the home of tion on Sept. 1. Glovka said he had two reasons for quitting.] The job involves too much lift-I ing and he needs more time to[ catch up on his fishing. [ When asked if he had ever I found anything ot value in the[ the Harvey Mans'fields honored,garbage, Lee relled spotting Mrs. Mansfield's parents, Mr. an aid billfold several times at and Mrs. Cecil Combs of Pore- the city dump. Finally he pick- eroy on the occasio _ their led it up, looked inside and 40th wedding axmi)ve rsary. ]found two $10 blitz. There was They were married on Septem-Inot, hing in the wallet to identi' ber 12, 1924. A five generation picture was fy the owner. On several occasions he was taken: the eldest 85 and a baby. ccused of hauling away valu- less than a year was the newest ables placed in  on the gar- addition to the family, bage can by mistake. His an- Newsstand Price 10c THURSDAY, SEPT. 17, 1964 VOLUME 29 NUMBER 47 BLOODMOBILE DUE HERE ON SEPTEMBER 24 The Amecan Red Cross Bloodmobile will be at Colum- bia High School gym, White Salmon, from 2:30 to 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 24. Special don- ors, contacted beforehand, will contribute from 2:30 to 3 p.m. for an open heart surgery case. All other donors, regardless of political beliefs, will be wel- comed from 3 to 6:30 p.m. Ac- cording to local recnxitment .sources, "Years' of scientific research have proven that Re- publican and Democratic blood is absolutely identical and com- patible." 30 U' 3o FOREST S00RVICE WILL BU Y CONES AT TROUT LAKE Trout Lake (special) Roger Stamy, 1VR. Adams district ran- ger, announces that the Forest l Service will purchase Douglas fir, Noble fir, and fir and West- ern white pne cones gathered from the White Salmon River west to the Willafd District boundary, from all elevations a- bove Trout Lake. There is a good crop of the above species of cones wich may be sold ,to the Forest Ser- vice at the Trout Lake Ranger Station from 4 to 6 p.m. week- days and noon to 6 p.m. week ends, begirming Monday, Sept 14. The Forest Service will pay $2.50 per bushel for Dougla fir, $2 per bushel for Noble and Grand fir and $1.75 per bushel for Western white pine. Pay- ment will be made in cash at time 'cones are delivered. A cone picking permit will be cones on National Forest land and selling the cones to the For- est Service. The permit will cost ten cents per bushel with a minimum of $5.00 for 50 bush- els. Payment for the perrait must be by money order or cashier's check. Any number of persons can pick under the same permit until the 50 bushels limit is reached, then the permit must be renewed. A Brown Seed Company rep- resentative is in the Trout Lakc area to buy Grand F, ir and Doug hs-fir cones from the National Forest. All cones picked in the area between the White Salmon River and Peterson Ridge will have to be sold to Brown Seed Company. ,Brown Seed Com- pany will issue permits free for all persons picking in their ar- ea. All persons interested in pick- ing cones are urged to step at the Ranger Station a  "lrout Lake for additiona in,formation and maps. RAKOW WINS JUDfiE RACE BUT REED SAYS "TillS IS ONLY TtiE PRIMARY" %% { Except for about 150 absent- - THE SUN DI00L- ice ballots in both Klicldtat and Skamania counties, total but Thuroday, Sept. 17 i.unofficial returns show Super W.W.I Vets: Potluck. 6:30 p.m. or Court Judge Ross Rakow of Goldendale the winner over Skyline Guild: NBofC, 8 p.m. i Edward P. Reed of White Rainbow: 7:30 p.m. I Salmon. Skyaners Radio C1Bb: PUD, 8, p.m. ' [ Rakow Reed Friday, Sept. 18 t Klickitat 2332 1670 Past Matrons: Dinner, Wykre ISkamania 1124 767 ranch, 6:30 p.m. Totals 3456. 2437 Football: Castle Rock at White Fully aware of the odds a- Salmon; White Swan at Gold-i gai,nst his defeating Judge Ra- endale, ko by continuing his cam- Saturday, Sept. 19 , !paign for the judgeship, Reed Football: W. S. JVs at Lyle,2, spurned offers of sympathy p.m. Wednesday noon and said: Monday, Sept. 21 Rebekahs: 8 p.m. First fall meeting. Mt. Adam.s Chamber: PUD 8 p. m. Tuesday, Sept. 22 Summer End,s Rotary: Bingen church, noon. Lions Club: Bingen church., 6:30 p.m. Wedmesday, Sept. 23 FSsh & Game: Family potluck, 6:30 p.m. Mental Health Meeting: Lyle high school, 7:30 p.m. Just Like Grand Central Station At White Salmon I "I've just begun to fight. i There is no such word as QUIT [in my dictionary. This is just i the Primary. There's still Nov- ! ember." ARhough Reed's name will not be on the November balloL he indicates that he will wage an all-out write-ln campaign similar to Judge Rakow's suc- cessful reversal of the 1962 primary. Senator A. M. (At) Matsen of BickIe- ton defeated Effie Lofgren of Glenwood to win the Republi- can nomination to oppose Sen- ator AA Henry in the General Election. Lafgren Matsen Skamania 379 277 For the past two weeks the Clark 1173 1190 R. T. Anderson home has been Klickitat 929 1422 Total almost like Grand Central Sta-I 2482 2889 tion. ] Although unopposed for the , 4 Democratic Andy eft Friday, Sept. ' t[poll iv-' ed nod, Sen. AI Henry take Karen to Los Angeles 5082 votes: 1044 in Ski- County General Ho spi taps mania, 2509 in Clark and 1529 in Klickitat County. school of nursing. Before he re- w deughtm" IA leave m day, Sept 10, by train from H. R. for Nevada, Missouri ,to at- tend Cottey College. The comings and goings are- n't over. Today, Sept. 17, Rudy and Kay's Thailand daughter, Miss Araway (Anie) Khantisit, will catch a chartered bus in Hood Ri'er. The overnight trip to the Pendleton Round-Up is a spec- ial project for American Field Service foreign exchange stu- derts in the Portland area. CLASS FOR YOUNG MA;RRIED WOMEN Mrs. Helen C. Schreiber, county extension agent, invites young married women, ages 18- 28, to attend a meeting at 10:30 a.m. Friday, Sept. 18 at the W S. PUD to discuss organization of a series of classes on home- makirg subjects. Those who attend wll decide such details as dates, time and location of classes and fine sub jects they feel most worth Representative RyCrMt; t6rof the Ska' ............ mania County Pioneer, defeat- ed Alan Ham for the Democrat- ic nomination for Representa- tive from the 17th District. Democrats Craft Ham Klickitat 1143 597 Skamania 1129 89 Clark 9621311 Total 3234 1997 Republicans Tarver O'Dell Kl, ickitat 252 1715 Skamania 41 393 Clark 325 2453 Total 618 4561 Kllckttat Commtsstoners Incumbent Lloyd Beeks of Trout Lake defeated Joe Crowe of White Salmon 811 to 475 for the Democratic nomination to, run for Kllckitat County Com- missioner, District 1. H. O. (Shorty) Hofstedt of White Salmon who was unop- posed for the Republican nom- ination received 326 votes. Cecil Schuster of Goldendale scored an upset victory by cap- turing the Republican nomina- tion for Klickitat County Com- missioner, District 3, from the at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 11, twelve miles north of White Salmon on Highway 121. According to State Trooper Richard L. Carr, Bryan pulled out of a driveway directly in front of Carr's Patrol car. Carr was unable to pass because of an oncoming vehicle. Although 'he applied his brakes, momentum carried him into a rearend collision with Bryan's car. Darnage to the pa- trol car was $130. WHITE SALMON VALLEY SCHOOL MENU Sept. 21 - 25 Monday,. Spaghetti, hot bread and, butter, fruit, milk. Tuesday, Pot,to salad, vege- table, tuna sandwich, dessert and milk. Wednesday, surprise hmch. Thursday, Pizza, bread and buter sancldch, vegetable, fruit, milk. Friday, Tmaa nd noodles, egg sandwich,, dessert and milk Born at Skyl" - lllC - Wednesday, Sellt. 9 to Mr. community a wonderful place to belong to," says Mrs. Orlis Hale, predent Mrs Leland Zink will show slides of the Fourth of July pa- rade Plans will be made for .the , coming year and for the Dist- i rict corwention to be held in Whte Salmon Oct. 13. , ( w ,;0 . I MENTAL HEALTH i GROUP TO MEET The Mental Heath and Men- tal Retardation Planning Com- mittee hopes a large crowd of interested persons will attend the next meeting at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 23, at Lyle High School. The meeting will begin !promptly to aceomodate the speaker, Bert Swift, field con- sultant, of Seattle, who will al- so show pictures. 30 SUN 30 HEALTH REPORT FOR PAST WEEK The Klickitat County Health Dept.'s summary of diseases for the week ending Sa,turday, Sept. 12, lists 16 eases of strep respiratory infections; 13 cases and Mrs. Daniel Polley of Stev- of epidemic diarrhea; 11, flu, enson a son, Lloyd Edward. l etc.; rune cases of impetigo; Sunday, Sept. 13, ,to Mr. and if ire of mumps; three, pinkeye; Mrs. Gregory West of Steven-land two each of German meas- son, a so. : iles and measles. Past Matrons Meet White Salmon Eastern Star Past Matrons Club will meet Friday night, Sept. 18 at the Gilmer home of Marie Krens for a 6:30 dinner. This is the first meeting of the new year and election will be held. Great Grandson Lydia Biesanz is happily tell- ing friends of the arrival of a great grandson Richard Way- man Biesanz born in North Bend, Ore. Sunday, Sept. 13. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wayman Biesanz and his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wa,man Biesanz, all of North Bend. WRONG NAIL Although the spelling is the same, the feeling ,is far different when hit with a hammer as Bill Scheuner can well testify. XVhile working on his house Sunday evening he missed the metal nail and brought his ham- mer down on his fingernail, the one next to the little finger on swer was: "If it'?in or on the garbage can, awa it goes." . .,. ,,..  Smorgasbord Ctt Meets The committ::in charge of the annual East Star Smor- gasbord met TueY afternoon to get pelimin assignments made. General crman is As- sociate Cuducs Racine Bertschi. The rgabord is scheduled for Saturday October 17 at the W. S.: Methodist church. MAY CHAr!GE TIMBER SALE The U.S. Fore, Service adopt a simpler ed of sl y- ing National ForeSt timber be- fore the end of  Year. The new method would re- quire prospective buyers to make a lumOffex for all timber in a desired sale tract instead ,of sulmalhg separate bids for each es on the tract and then adSng up these to determine the final bid. BANKRUY his right hand. Yakima (specie) Petition of I He is managing extremely bankruptcy filed i U. S. Dist-t well left handed and hasn't rict Court: Davd/blorman T.roh, ;f missed a day at his work at the Glenwod, const,on service White HoRse although there I man; wife, Steire Marie have been soma painful and Troh; liabilities, 5,175.38; as- wtvard hours, i sets, $698.80. ' L,,,,.,, r ,'rrr ,r ar while and needed. L/,2t!. L.I'IILI.Plr,I l .Last March Mrs. Schreiber WIN ART AWARDS]observed s00milar classes in sev- Three White Salmon oun eral eastern stes. During the ste= won a nr]zes a/ th "[summer :she conducted a test t ....... " - . I series for young Goldendale wtckitat tounty alr. t , I women Robert Manly s water color won a blue ribbon. Janine Swe-[ --.., r, .n G'E gle's pastel "storm from the! WILLARD TO T Odyssey" won a red ribbon. TELEPHONE BLDG "Still life with Oranges", a pas- tel by Terry Hunsaker, won a George Thomas, area mann- white ribbon, ger for Oregon Waskington Tel- Terry and Jamne are students ephone Co., anounces that an of Margaret yon Lubken of exchange office building will be incumbent George Klein. Klein received 571 votes; Schuster 719. Skamania Commissioners In Skamania County Com- missioner races, John McDon- ald won the Democratic nomin- ation in District. 1. McDonald received 194 votes to 74 for Harold Walker. James Attwell won the Re- ,publican nomination to oppose McDonald by talleying 66 votes to 16 for George (Ted) Price. In District 3, Wade McNee won t15e Democratic nomina- Hood River. POSSE SPONSORS FUN-DAY SUNDAY The West Klickitat Pos will sponsor a "fun-day" Stmday, Sept. 20. The 13-event program wl,l begin at 1 p.m. at the Pos- se grounds, one mile north of White Salmon on Snowden road. Everyone is welcome to participate. 3o ISN 30 FISH AND GAME INVITE FRIENDS Members o Mt. Adams sh and Game Assn. invite friends to attend an unplanned family potluck supper at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 23 at the Yewett Creek dubhouse Ev- eryone is. welcome and urged to bring a friend. constructed at Willard, o ppo- tion with 515 votes versus 230 site the Fish Nutrition Lab in ....... sed in which equipment is housed at rLe t narra Tno2nile, Lun present. [e -I1"" , ! " '" ^-'J Construction of h^ -e ,, .., ay, Relnucam receavea 70 18 concrete block building ts I , .,-, rr. scheduled to begin ,immediate- I FORGF_ HERE f .... ly or .cmpletin. by Oct. 15. [ Whd'e 'n this area on b-' ost will be .In excess of $3400 I" ss Wednesda _ . " me. . V of last week The contractor is vaul Wormen ................ - Jeorge ann amerlne tJeorge of Hooa River. . made a few hurried personal ' ..... 'calls on old friends in the area. 00IAX & MINNIE George was pastor of the Meth- odist church a few years ago Cy Kallna "   " !w0er he earned many hfelong Max Min. friends. Wed. Sept. 9 77 43! He is now working width the Thurs. Sept. 10 82 451 r,'Mic as sistance pro gr am Fvi. Sept. 11 82 45 which he feels is related to the Sat. Sept. 12 85 45! ministry, helping people. His Stm. Sept. 13 78 471offices are in Olymoia although Mort. Sept. 14 74 59 heir borne i in Federal Way: Tues. Sept. 15 79 52 Rt. 5, Box 474(:, Tacoma 98423.