The Spokesman-Review from Spokane, Washington (2024)

U.S. Analyzing European Treaty WASHINGTON new French-German pact prehension it might further President Kennedy was conference Thursday the first major U.S. reaction to the historic accord concluded by France's President Charles de Gaulle and West Germany's Chancellor Konrad Adenauer. Some advisers were suggesting Kennedy should stress what Washington about the ParisBonn treaty. This is the official burial of the old enmity between the two big European powers.

Recent Events Disturbing What disturbed some U.S. policymakers was the context in which the pact signed, even though the treaty itself speaks only of foreign policy, defense and cultural cooperation in words uno' objectionable contest' Washington. The is that of De Gaulle's recent turndown of Kennedy's plan for a multi-lateral North Atlantic Treaty Organization atomic force, the Frenchman's cold shouldering of Britain's plea for entry into the European Common Market, and his vision of a French eminence Europe with perhaps Germany as a partner. Effect Unknown Kennedy stands, for a growing intimacy Atlantic Alliance. And U.S.

strategists contend that a Europe revolving on a ParisBonn axis, with Britain excluded and walls raised against the outside, would conflict with the U.S. aim. Washington authorities do not know yet that the French-German accord would have such a devisive effect. They say its impact on the Atlantic community depends on how it operates, and that remains to be seen. Already reappraisal is under way in the wake of De Gaulle's blunt statements.

Australian bassador Howard Beale suggested in a speech Wednesday that if the Common Market rejects Britain's bid, then the ing world should form a more tightly knit organization. Patience Urged BONN, Germany (Reuter's) Chancellor Konrad Adenauer Wednesday called for "calmness and patience" as the best method to settle the thorny issue of Britain's membership in the European Common Market. But Adenauer declined to discuss details of his talks on the issue with French President Charles de Gaulle after his return here from Paris, where Tuesday he signed a Franco-German treaty of cooperation. Commenting on the new difficulties in Britain's bid for market membership, Adenauer said "with touchy problems, the best method to bring them to a good end bit of calmness and patience." Adenauer refused to clarify reports that he had asked De Gaulle to avoid total break in the nethe Common However, he gotiations between, Britain and held out hopes that "some interesting things" would become known in Brussels, Belguim, next Monday when the Common Market's ministerial council meets there again. Attic Fire Traps Five Children MILWAUKEE (AP) Fire swept the attic playroom of a two-family home in 18-degree below zero weather Wednesday, killing five brothers and sisters ranging in age from 2 to 13 years.

Fire fighters did not know the children were in the two-story frame structure in an older neighborhood until their mother returned from the store and screamed, "all the children were up there." The victims were the children of Mr. and Mrs. Wilton Jefferson. Three other children were in school at the time. Killed were Harry, 13; Ray Anthony, DebTa, 5: Chester, 4, and Diane, 2.

100 Dependents Back From Cuba MIAMI, Fla. (AP)-About one hundred Americans and Cuban dependents arrived Wednesday from Cuba as the exodus from Prime Minister Fidel Castro's island continued. Many children, including infants, were among the arrivals on a special Pan American World Airways flight. Americans aboard were of Cuban descent. The flight was the third in 10 days.

On Jan. 13, 89 CubanAmericans and relatives arrived and five days later, 90 more. authorities studied the Wednesday with some apsplit Western ranks. expected to give at his news De Gaulle's Stand Hit by Monnet (Copyright, 1963, Washington Post Co.) talitarianism. Former Freedom Award recipients include Gen.

Dwight D. Eisenhower, Winston Churchill, and last year, Willy Brandt, mayor of West Berlin. A host of notables attended Wednesday night's dinner to honor Monnet, three of award, these under Secretary of State George W. Ball, former Secretary of State Christian Herter, and columnist Walter Lippmann echoed Monnet's faith in the destiny of a united Europe and Atlantic partnership. NEW YORK Jean Monnet of France, chief architect of the Eu.

ropean Common Market, Wednesday night took strong issue with Charles de Gaulle's concept of modern Western civilization by declaring that "it is for Britain to gain entry into the Common Market as a full partner. Monnet predicted that once this happens an event which he views as inevitable a strong partnership of equals will then develop between the United States and Europe. And, he further predicted, this larger partnership will "create the conditions favoring a lasting peace between the West and the Soviet Union." Monnet's slap at De Gualle, who apparently believes that Britain should remain an island unto itself, was contained in a speech Wednesday night at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel." The 74-year-old Monnet was in New York to receive the annual Freedom House Freedom Award. is a service and educational organization founded in 1941 to foster the goals of a free society and to oppose to- President's Tax Message Is Set Today WASHINGTON (AP)-President Kennedy will send a special message outlining his tax reduction program to Congress today, and a hot argument already is under way between Republicans and Democrats. The President's message is scheduled for delivery at noon.

It is expected to fill out the details of the plan he already has announced in general terms calling for a cut in corporate and individual income tax rates over a three-year period. Kennedy said he would propose changes in present tax laws to yield an additional $3.5 billion in revenue, thus bringing the net loss to the Treasury down to $10 billion. Spending Cut Urged Three Republican leaders called for a cut in government spending to offset this loss. Sen. Barry Goldwater, said $6 to $8 billion could be trimmed from A Kennedy's budget.

But Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey, contended it is impossible under present laws and commitments to cut spending by enough to equal the $10 billion in tax reductions. He said $75 billion of the budget is assigned to defense, space research and payment on the federal debt. Humphrey and two other Democrats, Sen.

Stuart Symington of Missouri and Rep. Hale Boggs of Louisiana, debated with Goldwater and Sen. Everett Dirksen, and Rep. Charles A. Hal.

leck, at a public affairs conference of the U.S. Chamber Fair President Gandy Honored SEATTLE (AP Joseph E. Gandy, World's Fair president, was presented with a plaque hon oring him as Seattle's first citizen by the city real estate board Tuesday night. Roger Gotteland, French consul, also presented Gandy with the Order of the Black Star for service to France during its par ticipation in the fair. Tax Examiner Faces Charge of Defrauding Government NEW YORK (AP) Catherine Wood, 48, tax examiner for the Internal Revenue Service, was arrested Wednesday by U.S.

marshals and charged with defrauding the IRS of more than $200,000. The arrest of Mrs. Wood of Englewood, N.J., marked the eighth to date in the government's investigation of the case. U.S. Atty.

Robert M. Morgenthau said Mrs. Wood, employed by the IRS for 11 years, removed documents from IRS files which reflected delinquent tax accounts. He said that in one instance she destroyed some records. Destroyed Documents The destroyed documents related to the tax account of Index to Want Ads Continued Miscellaneous Musical Instruments 94 Nursery Stock 148 Radio, Hi-Fi Sales, Service' 90-92 Refrigerators 119 Second-Hand Goods Wanttd.

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MA 4-1175 Glenn's Fl. Fair HU 3-8507 DEATHS 12 BAUER, Frank Sr. Passed away Jan. 22 in Portland. Ore.

His home N5407 Jefferson. Spokane. Wn. band of Katharine Bauer, at the home, father of Mrs. Katharine Larson, Mrs.

Emma Nelms, both of Spokane, Mrs. Violet Bruno. Portland. Mrs. Irene Jensen, And Frank Bauer Jr.

both of Spokane: 10 grandchildren: 1 greatgrandchild. A resident of Spokane 35 years. Funeral arrangements will be announced later HAZEN JAEGER FUNERAL HOME, N1306 MONROE ST. BLAIR, George M. Entered into rest Jan.

22 at 8 local hospital. His home, E305 Nordin. Country Homes. Survived by his wife, Beulah May Blair at the home: 2 daughters, Marlyn Lyons. Marcus.

Wanda Bassett, Spokane: 3 sons, Arlin M. Blair. Garold R. Blair, Larry R. Blair, all of Spokane; his mother.

Mrs. Leona Cox, Medical Lake. one sister, Mrs. Alice Newell. Spokane: 11 grandchildren.

numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the RIP. LINGER FUNERAL HOME, N4305 DIVISION ST. GEYER. Walter J.

Passed away Jan. 22 at 8 local hospital. His residence W2217 Rowan Ave. Sur. vived by his wife, Mrs.

Blanche Geyer at the home: 1 son, Robert Geyer, Spokane; several brothers and sisters. The THORNHILL-GERAGHTY FUNERAL HOME. N1322 MONROE is intrusted with his last rites. HUDSON, Lucille Passed away 8 local hospital. Her home.

"E518 Hawthorne. Survived by her husband. Bert W. Hudson. at the home; 2 daughters.

Mrs. Lois Mickelson. Spokane, and Mrs. Doris Smith. Kalispell.

1 son. Gary J. Hudson. U.S. Coast Guard: 10 grandchildren; mother, Mrs.

Emma Jennings. Spokane: 3 sisters, Mrs. A. F. Schwisou.

Townsend. Mrs. R. W. Green.

Ontario, Calif. and Mrs. Donald Day. Spokane, A member of the Imperial Rebekah Lodge No. 58.

BALL DODD FU. NERAL DIRECTORS. 8327 JEF. FERSON in charge of ar rangements. JONES.

Ella Passed away Jan. 22nd in Spokane. A resident E310 Sprague. Survived by her husband. Henry Jones.

at the home. Her last services have been intrusted to the care of the SMITH FUNERAL HOME, W1124 RIVERSIDE AVE. KARY, -Passed away Jan. 22 in Spokane. Her home, E8017 Cataldo.

Wife of Ted Kary, mother of Calvin Kary, both at the home; daughter of Mrs. Clyde B. Loutzenhiser, Hayden Lake, Idaho; sister of Mrs. Arly Florine, Spokane; Mrs. Mable Fry, Spokane Valley: Marvin.

Lloyd. Earl and Clarence Loutzenhiser, all of Hayden Lake, Idaho. Funeral arrangements will be announced later by the HAZEN JAEGER SPOKANE VALLEY FUNERAL HOME. N1306 PINES OPPORTUNITY. KIRCHMANN, Johannes (John) Passed away Jan.

15th. at a local hospital. His home. N720 Monroe. BALL DODD FUNERAL DIRECTORS.

S327 JEFFERSON in charge of arrangements. PEARSON, Thomas C. Passed away Jan. 23rd. at A local hospital.

His home, W1725 11th. Survived by 1 sister, Esther Pearson, Elgin. Ill. The THORNHILL-GERAGHTY FUNERAL HOME, N1322 MONROE is intrusted with his last rites. ROSBY, John Passed away Jan.

23rd. in a local hospital. His home, W3325 Main. Survived by 1 son, Alfred Rosby, in California: 1 brother, Tom Rosby, Seattle, Wash. BALL DODD FUNERAL DIRECTORS, 8327 JEFFERSON in charge of arrangements.

FUNERALS 13 ALDERMAN, Gilbert Blair His Idaho. Survived by two sons. Roy and Gilbert Alderman. both of Spokane; six brothers. Roy and Lacy Alderman, both of Spokane; Guy Alderman.

ThornWilbur Alderman. Charleston. W. Ray Alderman, Cleveland, Ohio: four sisters. Mrs.

Margaret Seigmund, Puerto Rico; Mrs. Genevieve Jones. Charleston. W. Mrs.

Dorothy Gump, Spokane, and Ozalia: four children. Funeral services, Thursday, Jan. 24. at 2 p.m. in the ROSE CHAPEL of the HENNESSEY FUNERAL HOME, N2203 DIVISION Rev.

Anthony Perrino officiating. Interment Fairmount Memorial Park. ARMSTRONG. Jessie B.A resident of W2227 Sharp. Survived by two sons.

Elwyn L. Armstrong and A. G. Armstrong, both of Spokane; one brother Harry F. Allen.

Entiat, two grandchildren. two great-grandchildren. Funeral ices Thursday, Jan. 24, at 11:00 a.m. from the SMITH FUNERAL HOME, W1124 RIVERSIDE the Rev.

Rudolph W. Gilbert officiating. Interment Greenwood morial Terrace. BERGQUIST, Anna C. Her home was in Spokane.

Survived by A nephew, Hialmer Nelson. Troy. Idaho; niece, Mrs. Everett Allen. Seattle.

Funeral services Friday, Jan. 25th at 1 p.m. from the SUNSET MEMORIAL CHAPEL of BALL DODD FUNERAL HOME, S327 JEFFERSON ST. Rev. Eugene Kindschuh officiating.

Cremation to follow. BROWDER, Vera -Her home, E806 8th. Survived by her husband, Ralph V. Browder, at the home: 3 daughters. Elizabeth Bunch, in Oregon; June Eileen Smith.

San Francisco, Joan Cunningham. Oakesdale, 2 sons, Phil1p Browder. Las Vegas, David K. Browder, Missoula, Mont. 7 grandchildren; 5 great-grandchildren.

WAS 8 member of Hope Chapter OES of Oakesdale, and the Aubrey Lee White Garden Club. Funeral services Jan. 24. at 2:30 p.m. from the Oakesdale Baptist Church.

Rev. George W. Swank officiating with the Hope Chapter OES participating. Interment Oakesdale Cemetery. DODD FUNERAL DIRECTORS, 8327 JEFFERSON, in charge.

COOK, Ancel B. His home Spokane. Father of Mrs. Mae Robb and Alfred W. Cook, both of Spokane; 6 grandchildren: 2 greatgrandchildren; brother of Mrs.

Clarise Henderliter, San Gabriel, John Cook. Bozeman, Day Cook in Missouri. He was a ber of the Hotel and Restaurant Employes Union Local No. 400. A resident of Spokane 33 years.

Funeral services Jan. 25th. at 2 p.m. in the GOTHIC CHAPEL of the HAZEN JAEGER FU. NERAL HOME, N1306 MONROE, Rev.

Richard H. Tusant Jr. officiating. Burial services Greenwood Memorial Terrace. DOOLITTLE, Mary-She was resident of W418 20th.

Survived by her husband, Harold James Doolittle, at the home; 2 daugh ters, Mary Verdery Doolittle, Oakland, and Marion (Mrs. C. Qualheim. Seattle: 2 sons. Warren Doolittle.

Seattle, and Har. old Doolittle Alameda, 4 grandchildren: sister, Mrs. Joseph Bartholet, Yakima, Wash. Member of the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist.

Amethyst Club and the Women's Auxiliary of Civil Engineers. Funeral services Jan. 26, at 11 a.m. from the SMITH FUNERAL HOME. W1124 RIVERSIDE Canon John Mann.

officiating. Entombment Greenwood Mausoleum. FERRIS, Gladys A resident of S321 Cowley. Survived by 3 cousins, Thelma Burrell, Moses Lake, Ara Moppins. Dallas.

Dorothy Oakland, Calif, Funeral services Jan. 24, at 3 p.m.. from the SMITH FU. NERAL HOME, W1124 SIDE AVE. Rev.

D. H. Greggs officiating. Interment Greenwood Memorial Terrace. The Spokesman-Review, FUNERALS 13 Continued BENNETT, Percy Frank His home, E5337 Commerce.

Husband of Goldie F. Bennett, at the home. Stepfather of Mrs. Arlo Morton, Cottage Grove, Basil R. Riley, Citrus Heights, Lyman Pat Riley, Redlands, Calif.

brother of Lloyd Bennett, Rochester, Minn. numerous aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews. A resident of Spokane 43 years. Funeral services Jan. 24 at 2 p.m.

in the GOTHIC CHAPEL of the HAZEN JAEGER FUNERAL HOME, N1306 MONROE ST. Dr. G. Christie Swain, officiating Burial services Fairmount Memorial Park. FLUAITT, -His home, E2908 Nora.

Husband of Ann A. Fluaitt at the home. Father of Mrs. Elaine Vogt, Spokane; Mrs. Eileen Peterson, Robert Rousselle, Spokane; 6 grandchildren; son of Mrs.

beth Fluaitt. Spokane; brother of Mrs. Florence Mise, Spokane; Mrs. Alice Lee. Missoula, Mrs.

Iris Atkinson. Mrs. Hazel Gillis, both of Spokane: Lyle Fluaitt. Port Orchard, Philip Fluaitt, Yakima; Dean Fluaitt. Spokane; numerous nieces and nephews, He was A member of Spokane Aerie No.

2 the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen. Funeral services Jan. 25th. at p.m. in the ALWIN CHAPEL at the HAZEN JAEGER FUNERAL HOME.

N1306 MONROE ST. Burial sevices Spokane Memorial Gardens, GEYER, Walter services 11 a.m. Friday, Jan. 25. 111 the CHAPEL of the CHIMES.

THORNHILL-GERAGHTY FUNERAL HOME. N1322 MONROE ST. Interment Spokane Memorial Gardens. His residence W2217 Rowan Ave. Survived by his wife.

Mrs. Blanche Geyer, at the home: one son. Robert Geyer, Spokane; several brothers and sisters. GRANLUND, Wilburn Arthur-A ident of N6521 Fleming. Survived by his wife, Louise Granlund.

at the home: one son. Thomas Granlund. one daughter, Molly Granlund, both at the home: parents. Mr. and Mrs.

Axel Granlund. Deery, Idaho; one brother, Robert Granlund. Moscow. Idaho: one sister. Mrs.

Enid Curtis. Lewiston, Idaho. A member of the Masonic Order. Bovill. Idaho: Sigma Nu Fraternity, University of Idaho.

Funeral services Thursday, Jan. 24. at 1 p.m. from the SMITH FUNERAL HOME. W1124 RIVERSIDE AVE.

Pastor Waldo Rist officiating, Interment Fair. mount Memorial Park. Moscow and Lewiston. Idaho, papers please copy. GRINNELL, Ella Paine (Mrs.

Fred Her home. W524 Seventh. A resident of Spokane 75 years. Survived by daughters. Hazel G.

White, Spokane. and Helen Brown. Brookline, 4, grandchildren: 19 great and 2 A member of St. John's Cathedral. the Choir Guild, and the Landscape Club.

Private funeral services Jan. 24, at 11:30 a.m. from the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist. Canon John Mann officiating.

Entombment Riverside Mausoleum. Memorial gifts may be made to Inland Empire Arthritis Foundation. Hyde Bldg. SMITH FUNERAL HOME, W1124 RIVERSIDE AVE. JONES, Louis home, Carlton Hotel, Portland.

Father of Robert H. Jones of Spokane, Arthur H. Jones. Tacoma. grandchildren: brother of Miss Dorothy Jones, Pasadena.

Calif. A member of the Church of Christ, Scientist, A member of Joluiet Lodge No. 42. Private funeral services were held and cremation followed. HAZEN JAEGER CREMATORIUM.

N1306 MONROE. HANSEN, Aline M. Her home, W504 Park Place. Wife of John (Henry) Hansen. at the home; ter of Claude E.

Baer. Seattle, Albert Baer, Spokane. aunt of Mrs. Philip Gosline, Kellogg. Idaho.

A member of the First Baptist Church. Eiram Court No. 62, Lady's Oriental Shrine of North America. Audubon Chapter No. 214 A resident of Spokane 33 years.

Funeral services Thursday. Jan. 24, at 11 a.m. in the ALWIN CHAPEL of the HAZEN JAEGER FUNERAL HOME. N1306 MONROE ST.

Dr. Walter Bridge officiating. Audubon Chapter No. 214 OES participating at the Chapel. Burial services Fairmount Memorial Park.

HASKINS, George home E708 Hoffman. Survived by his wife. Leona Haskins, at the home. Funeral service Friday, Jan. 25, at 10 a.m.

in the CHAPEL of FLOWERS RIPLINGER FUNERAL HOME. N4305 DIVISION the Rev. Frank G. Van Doren officiating. Interment Fairmount Memorial Park.

HUDSON. Lucille Her home. E518 Hawthorne. Survived by her husband Bert W. Hudson.

at the home; 2 daughters, Mrs. Lois Michelson. spell, Spokane; son. Gary HudMrs. Doris Smith, Rallson.

U.S. Coast Guard: 10 grandchildren; mother, Mrs. Emma Jennines, Spokane; 3 sisters. Mrs. A.

F. Schwisou. Townsend, Mrs. R. W.

Green. Ontario, Mrs. Donald Day. Spokane. A member of the Imperial Rebekah Lodge No.

58. Funeral services Jan. 25th. at 2:45 p.m. from the SUNSET MEMORIAL CHAPEL of the BALL DODD FUNERAL HOME.

8327 JEFFERSON. Rev Anthony R. Perrino officiating. Interment Greenwood Memorial Terrace. KIRCHMANN, Johannes (John) His home N720 Monroe.

Funeral services Jan. 24th at 10:30 a.m. from the SUNSET MEMORIAL CHAPEL of the BALL DODD FUNERAL HOME, S327 JEFFERSON. Rev. Weymeth McGrew officiating.

Interment Riverside Memorial Park. McKENZIE, Anna -Her home, kane, Wash. Survived by 8 niece, Violet O. Warberg, Alberta, Canada. Funeral services Jan.

24, at 8 a.m. from Our Lady of Lourdes Cathedral, Rev. Bernard Barry officiating. Interment Jan. 24th, at 1 p.m.

Walla Walla Catholic Cemetery. BALL DODD FUNERAL DIRECTORS. 8327 JEF. FERSON in charge of arrangements. MILLER, Ralph resident of W1303 10th.

Survived by his wife. Dorothy H. Miller, at the home; 1 daughter, Mrs. Patricia L. Howlett.

Murray, Utah: 2 grandchildren; sister, Mrs. May Pederson; brother. Leo A. Miller, both of Hastings. several nieces and nephews.

Christian Science services will be held Jan. 25. at p.m. from the SMITH FUNERAL HOME, W1124 RIVERSIDE AVE. Cremation will follow.

Smith Funeral Home Crematorium. MIYOAKI, Frank--He was resident of Main. He is survived by one son. Masao Miyoaki, Kobi, Japan, and one grandson. Funeral services Friday, Jan.

25. at 7:30 p.m. from the SMITH FUNERAL HOME, W1124 RIVERSIDE the Rev. Shigeo Shimada officiating. Cremation will follow.

Smith Funeral Home Crematorium. MOORE, Carintha Ann Her home, Fruitland, Wn. Survived by her band, Homer Moore, Fruitland, 4 sons, Bill Munson, Euriah Munson, both of Chewelah. Junior and Marshall Munson, both of Spokane; 8 daughter, Lucille Munson. Spokane, 16 grandchildren; 5 brothers; 4 sisters.

A member of the Pentecostal Church of Chewelah. Wn. Funeral services Jan. 26. at 1.

p.m. from the Chapel of the L. Bruning Funeral Home, Colfax, Wn. Rev. F.

E. Klein, officiating. Interment The Endicott Cemetery, Endicott, Wn. REINBOLD, Edward home. Spokane.

Brother of Mrs. Mary Thompson, Davenport, Mrs. Kate Hein. Reardan, Mrs. Anna Reinbold.

Davenport, Mrs. Emma Griffin. Seattle, William C. Reinbold. at the home; Dan Reinbold.

Davenport, numerous nieces and nephews. member of the Lutheran Church and the Four Corner Grange No. 1085. A lifetime resident of the Inland Empire. Funeral services Friday, Jan.

25, at 1 p.m. from the Zion Lutheran Church, Davenport, Wash. Burial services Egypt Ceretery, Davenport, Wash. The family suggests memorial gifts may be made to the Spokane Valley Good Samaritan Home, Greenacres, The HAZEN JAEGER FUNERAL HOME, N1306 MONROE in charge. RETZEL, Joseph home, E12514 12th.

zone 66. A resident of this community 32 years. A ber of St. Mary's Parish, and Holy Name Society of Veradale, 4th Degree of C. Survived by his wife, Emily Retzel at the home; 4 sons.

Vincent Retzel, at the home; Rev. Joseph S.J., Havre, Raymond Retzel, Thomas Retzel, both of Spokane; 3 daughters. Mrs. Marguerite Honey-church, rie both of Spokane; Mrs. Hedges, Richland, sister, Mrs.

Katherine Schaeffer. Oradell. N.J.: 14 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Funeral Thursday, Jan. 24.

at 9 a.m. from St. Mary's Church, Veradale, the Rev. Joseph Retzel, S.J.. officiating.

Interment Holy Cross Cemetery, HENNESSEY FUNERAL HOME N2203 DIVISION in charge. ROBINSON, Carmie, home, E3717 28th. Wife of Bert H. Robinson at the home; mother of Mrs. Shirley Daniel.

Marysville. grandmother of R. L. Morgan. Mountain Home, sister of Mrs.

J. P. Masterman. Portland. Mrs.

L. C. Drumheller, Walla Walla, Mrs. 0. L.

Groell, Atlanta, Ga. She WAS A member of the Baptist Church and the Royal Neighbors of America Camp No. 8232. A resident of the Inland Empire years. Funeral services Jan.

26th, at 11 a.m. in the ALWIN CHAPEL of the JAZEN JAEGER FUNERAL HOME, N1306 MONROE ST. Rev. Fredrick Hang officiating. Burial services Greenwood Memorial Terrace.

SCHARTNER, Olive--Her home was at Tensed. Idaho. She is survived by her husband. Helmer Schartner, at the home; two sons, Jack and James Kelly, both in the U.S. Air Force in England: one brother, Maurice Heath, Anderson, Funeral will be held Thursday, Jan.

24. at 1:30 p.m. at the Tensed Community Church, the Rev. Joel Bellanti officiating. Interment Golden Rod Cemetery in Tekoa, the KIMBALL FUNERAL HOME, TEKOA, in charge.

Thursday, Jan. 24, 1963. 17 FUNERALS 13 Continued SCHWARTZENBERGER, MichaelHis home, E122 Boone Ave. Sur. vived by his wife, Mary Ann Schwartzenberger, at the home: 6 sOnS, Thomas Schwartzenberger, Spokane; Joseph, Renton.

Dandel and Frank of Los Angeles, Matthew and William of Seattle; 8 daughters, Mrs. Barbara BitZ. Mrs. Marjorie Stoller, Mrs. Johanna Evans, all of Spokane, Mrs.

Katherine Adams, Mandan. North Dakota; Mrs. Veronica Oglesby, Evansville, Mrs. Steve Masburcker, Salem, Mrs. Betty Midthum, Froid, Mrs.

Agatha Agee, Seattle. 41 grandchildren. 52 "great-grandchildren. Funeral services Thursday, Jan. 24.

at 8 a.m. from Aloysius Church. the Rev. Charles Suver, S.J., officiating. Interment Holy Cemetery, the HENNESSEY FUNERAL, HOME, N2203 DIVISION charge.

SEAMAN, Mae Her home, E13121 Wellesley. Wife of Philip Seaman and mother of Ronald man. both at the home: daughter of Mrs. Florence Materne, Willian Materne: sister of Gary Materne. all of Trentwood: granddaughter of Mrs.

Mary Phelps, St. N.D.; stepsister of Mrs. Viola Kylius, Columbus. Mrs. Hazel David.

Mrs. Rose Scott, both of Spokane; Floyd Monteith and Roland Monteith, both of Fargo, N.D.: Harold Monteith, Devils Lake, N.D.: Wil11am Monteith and Harry, Montelth. Frank Materne all of Spokane; several aunts and uncles. member of the Seventh- Day Adventist Church. Funeral services Jan.

24, at 1 p.m. in the ALWIN CHAPEL of the HAZEN JAEGER FUNERAL HOME. N1306 MONROE ST Elder Manley L. Miles and Arthur Knauft. officiating.

Burial services Greenwood Me. morial Terrace, STEVENS, Vere home N5627 Hemlock, Survived by his, wife. Mrs. Enid J. Stevens, at the home: one daughter Mrs.

Barbara M. Scharff." Davenport. two sons. Charles E. Stevens, Bremerton.

and Victor B. Stevens. at the home: one sister, Mrs. Irene Rose Gray, Oldtown. Idaho: three brothers, Lloyd D.

Stevens. Laclede, Idaho: Wesley B. Stevens, Chewelah, and Howard S. Stevens. Salt Lake City, Utah: four grandchildren.

several nieces and nephews. Funeral services Friday, Jan. 25. at 1 p.m. from the CHAPEL of the FLOWERS the RIPLINGER FUNERAL HOME, N4305 DIVISION ST.

the Rev. James A. Moore officiating. Graveside services Friday. Jan.

25. at 3 p.m. at the Davenport. Cemetery. Dogs to Catch Boston police beset by a series of unsolved strangle murders plan to import six dogs from Germany trained to track criminals.

Here Harro, first of the ca- Boston Strangler? nine police, is put through demonstration by Louis Vozzo of the Watertown, police, part of Greater Boston. (AP wirephoto) Lawmakers Want Recovery Clause By S-R OLYMPIA-Two Spokane of Representatives said made adopt some form "Some welfare recipients are entitled to," said Speaker William S. Day, D-Spokane. tightening the public assistance welfare, by the recipient recipient from as property long as there are no surviving spouse we can better fill our obligato the people who are truly needy." He emphasized that this was especially true in the case of older people who, he said, now are barely existing with the grant they receive. Rough Going in Senate Mrs.

Joseph E. Hurley, D-Spokane, Day's assistant floor leader, said some legislation along the line of recovery clause is "just and right." "I don't think it will be called either a recovery or a lien clause," she said, "but a derepayment program, because that is what it is. If such legislation does pass the House, it could run into, rough sledding in the Senate, although the vote could be tremendously close. The probable type of proposal would permit recovery of funds the amount received by a or minor children involved. Passed and Repealed The state passed a so-called lien clause in 1953, but it was repealed in 1957, the first legislaunder the Rosellini administration, The governor recsuch legislation in 1959, but later changed his mind.

"Reasonable people throughout the state realize that public money should not be spent without some opportunity to get back as much as possible when the need and obligation has gone past," Mrs. Hurley said. should be a little more jealous of public funds," she added. "People are starting to count their pennies, When the time comes that elderly people on public assistance no longer have a need for their homes, it is unthinkable that those homes should go scott free to sons and daughters who did not support their parents. O'Brien Assailed reason such legislation never passed this House before is that the committee chairman appointed by the speaker was always under complete control of the Public Assitance Department.

"This was due to the irresponsible leadership of John O'Brien, who always felt that this action protected, the to point party out platform. that our I Spokane County Democratic platform has a section which providled for a repayment Press Group Raps Attack on Paper NEW YORK (AP)-The Inter a cable Wednesday American Press sent Associations Luis Somoza of Nicaragua expressing concern for an attack against the plant the opposition newspaper Prensa of Managua. The association requested safeguards for the rights of all newspapers. A cable sent to Somoza by Jack R. Howard, chairman of the association's Executive Committee said: "The Inter American Press Association is concerned that the attack against La Prensa's plant Monday night may lead to graver disturbances and more serious threats to private newspaper property and to freedom of the press.

"Therefore, we respectfully request your excellency to safeguard the rights of all newspaper properties." Editor Pedro Joaquin Chamorro of La advised the association unidentified persons Prensa, stoned and broke a window in the plant. Institutions Tour Slated by Senator OLYMPIA (AP) Gov. Rosellini said Wednesday his department officials were required to support his budget proposal to the legislature, and a woman senator promptly vowed to begin a tour of the state's institutions. Sen. Frances Haddon Morgan, Bremerton Democrat, said the governor's requirement left her no choice but to visit the institutions to learn how they would be affected by the proposed budget.

Mrs. Morgan had charged Tuesday the governor was keeping "under wraps" the institutions personnel to keep them from telling the real story on the impact of the budget. No Gag Imposed When asked about it in his news conference Wednesday, Rosellini said the budget became the administration's proposal once it was approved by his office and should be supported by his department personnel. But the said his officials were "express themgovernor, selves" in favor of more money expand programs so long as they recognized the proposed budget would keep activities at present levels of operation. Rosellini said Mrs.

Morgan, chairman of the Senate Institutions Committee, had a right to ask his personnel to testify before her committee. And he said her proposed tour of the institutions was "fine" with him. More legislators should visit them, he said. Simple Rites Bid Farewell to Gaitskell LONDON (Reuter's). simple funeral service was held Wednesday for Hugh Gaitskell, 56, opposition Labor party leader, in the little parish church around corner from his home in London's suburb of Hampstead.

Gaitskell's death last Friday came at a time when he was widely favored by many Englishmen to become Britian's next prime minister. Among his many friends at the funeral Ambassador service David were K. E. American Bruce and Mrs. Bruce.

His body was taken from his house to the Church of St. John, where the the the Rev. F. J. T.

Hall conducted the service. Mrs. Dora Gaitskell, his wife, and her two daughters arrived at the church to find more than 100 floral pieces lining the pathways of the churchyard. The flowers were later distributed to London hospitals. Other family members attendwere Gaitskell's brother Arthur and his wife, and his sister, Lady Ashton and her husband.

The service lasted 20 minutes. Gaitskell's body was cremated. A memorial service was held Wednesday night in the Leeds election district which Gaitskell represented in Parliament from 1945 until his death. A public memorial service for the labor leader also will be held in London's Westminster Abbey Jan. 31, Index to Want Ads Classifications numbered Appear in numerical order Announcements, General Classifications 1 through 33 Automotive Classifications 550 through 575 Employment Classifications 48 through 68 Financial Business Opportunities 470 Money to Loan Money Wanted to Borrow 272 Mortgages for Sale 256 Instruction Music Instruction 96 Schools 40-43 Merchandise Antiques 178 Articles for Rent 253 Auction Sales 176 Boats and Motors 291 Building Materials 144 Fertilizer and Black Dirt 149 Fuel -Fuel Oil 343-344 Furniture.

160-161 Housewives Supplies 104 Machinery 187-188 Mattress-Feathers 168 CARD OF THANKS 14 STAFF WRITER leaders in the state House Wednesday every effort will be of a modified recovery clause. are not getting what they Technology for Civilian Use Urged (Copyright, 1963, Washington Post Co.) Sec retary Luther H. Hodges said Wednesday that civilian technolo gy is badly wanting in the United States and that "international competition is beginning to run! rings around us." Hodges noted that only onefourth of total research and development outlays in the U.S. or about $4 billion, is being spent for civilian purposes. The rest goes for defense and space, he said.

"By wrongly assuming in the first place that research and development for any purpose -space, military, or whateverautomatically fosters economic growth, we have completely the point that this is a highly concentrated industry, restricted by purpose, by geography, by company. Consumers Losing the total effort, overwhelmingly oriented to defense, relatively little is directed to the creation of new consumer products, or to improved machines to make the products, or to improve processes to use in the machines. In short, the national is not the incubator of demand and productivity increases that people think it is, or that the country needs for a growing, healthy economy." Hodges was luncheon at the annual Association of Public Affairs Conference of the Chamber of Commerce of the United States. The two-day confeernce ends Thursday. State Liquor Board Probe Is Proposed OLYMPIA (AP)-A legislature investigation of the State Liquor Control Board was proposed Wednesday by Sen.

A Albert C. Thompson, Jr. The Bellevue Republican said he will submit a resolution to the Senate today, asking the investigation into what he called the "irresponsible business practices" of the board. He said the board reported Dec. 26 that it distributed $20.5 million in profits to the cities, counties and state during 1962, and claimed it was an increase of $2.1 million over 1961.

Thompson contended that verified figures showed that total distributed in 1962 was the same as in 1961-that there was no increase in profit distributions last year, despite an increase in sales. Clerical Error "This is just another example of the board's irresponsible business practices, and another reason for a legislative investigation, Thompson said. Don Abel, chairman of the liquor board, said a clerical error in preparing the summary of liquor board profit distributions for 1962 showed a $2.1 1 million increase in distributions in 1962 over 1961. He said the original reports from which the summary was prepared correct. He said they showed were, profits distribluted in 1962 were the same as in 1961.

Thompson, an outspoken critic of the board, tried unsuccessfully last summer to perliquor, the bi-partisan Legislative Council to conduct an investigation of the board. WE WISH to express Our Sincere thanks to the many friends who gave their kindness. sympathy and beautiful floral offerings, Especially Dr. R. Berg Jr.

Personnel of 3 west Sacred Heart Hospital. Bakers Local No. 74. during the long illness of Our Beloved husband, Father, Brother Grandfather. Mrs.

Grace Carman. Scott Alan Carman. Mr. Roland Carman Family. Mrs.

Charles Dahlstrom Family, Harold, Paul Leroy Carman. Mrs. Art Hoeft. Mrs. Glen Fronsman.

CEMETERIES 17 TWO lots plot Spokane Memorial Gardens, $200. MA 4-1556 8 a.m. A PAIR of plots or single. Fairmount Memorial Park. WA 4-3245.

FUNERAL DIRECTORS 18 Hazen Jaeger Funeral Homes IN SPOKANE THURSDAY Hansen. Arline M. a.m. Alwin Chapel Seaman. Tillie M.

p.m. Alwin Chapel Bennett, Percy F. 2 p.m. Gothic Chapel FRIDAY Fluaitt. Clark p.m.

Alwin Chapel Reinbold. Edward S. 1 p.m. Zion Lutheran Church Davenport, Wash. Cook.

Ancel B. p.m. Gothic Chapel SATURDAY Robinson. Carmie L. Alwin Chapel TO BE ANNOUNCED Bauer, Frank Sr.

Winter, Robert C. SPOKANE VALLEY N1306 PINES ROAD FA 7-6666 TO BE ANNOUNCED Kary, Alma Hazen Jaeger FA 7-6666 Spokane's Outstanding City-Center MORTUARY Smith Funeral Home W1124 Riverside MA 4-2181 LOST 28 SMALL seal point Siamese cat. Vicinity Sutherlin Woodside; FA 5-5170. ONE male Pomeranian. 1-year-old, red and brown.

Answers to Homer. Reward, KE 5-2101. brown WIREHAIR markings. Terrier, collar. white, Rechard: HU 3-2002.

WHITE gold oblong watch, diamond each end. Reward, MA 4-4409. MALE Collie puppy, grayish black with white markings. HU 3-8053. ANNOUNCEMENTS 32 IN I DEBT? Beyond your ability to pay and can't get a loan? We can help you if you sincerely want to get out of debt.

One place to pay all bills. No security or cosigners. Free Consultation Licensed and Bonded PACIFIC EMPIRE CREDIT 1324 ONB BLDG. MA 4-1238 Not A loan company SLENDERIZE with gentle, healthful exercise oscillation. $2 a trentment, 12 $20.

FA 7-8272. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS W119 Seventh Ave. MA Where Shall We Go? 33 SPOKANE Gun Club. E19615 Sprague (Greenacres), announces open house Jan. 27.

4 Skeet ranges; 14 trap ranges; 2 continental (Olympic) traps. Free coffee and doughnuts. Bring your family and shotgun. Join the festivities. Open from 10 a.m.

to 4 p.m. 2 HOURS free dancing 8 p.m. Jan. 24 Western Dance Center, Teaching Feb. dance of the month, "Remember Today." SMORGASBORD Tues.

through Sat. 5-9 p.m.: Sun 1-7 $1.60 N1515 Argonne HANK GEORGE WA 6-2313 DANCE Saturday, Jan. 26, I'reeman. Wash. Music by Roadside Ramblers.

SMORGASBORD DAILY, $1.60 Noon buffet dally except Sun. 99c GEORGE HOUSE CAFE W1506 3rd DANCE Trentwood Grange every Saturday night. Music by Chet Cur. 115. BEAUTY SCHOOLS 40 COLD waves for all types of hair.

Individual instruction for students. Esther's School of Beauty Culture, Inc. N223 Post RI 7-3088 10 PCT. discount on all cold waves. MON.

WED. Morse Beauty School 405 Zukor Bldg. RI 7-4343 PERMANENTS $5.95 AND UP Rennel School of Beauty W317 RIVERSIDE RI 7-9842 SPECIAL! C. waves $5.95 Tints bleaches $3.65 up. RI 7-6626 Gibson Beauty School, Kuhn Bg.

Schools and Colleges 42 HIGH SCHOOL Study at home. Prepare for College. Low Mo. Pmts. Diploma Awarded.

AMERICAN SCHOOL N4104 Cannon, Spokane. FA 5-1671 PRIVATE tutoring, grades 5-12. Specialist in remedial reading. English, mathematics. HU 9-1732.

REAL ESTATE SCHOOL Call Bergman MA 4-4194 Help Wanted: -Female 48 RELIABLE baby sitter, Finch School ares. My home, yours. FA 7-1381. TELEPHONE Solicitors, hourly wage, Please call RI 7-1518. SEMI-retired registered nurse, livein.

pleasant surroundings. WA 6-5973, WANTED: mature baby sitter. live in. Call MA 4-1688, LPN 11 to 7 Thursdays. Fridays.

MA 4-3995. GOODRICH EMPLOYMENT SERV. 910 Old Nat'l. Bank Bldg. COOK needed for sorority house, Pullman, MA 4-6073.

LADY, care for elderly lady, live In. HU 7-8438, KE 4-2995. Cooper, former supervisor of the Lexington office collection force. Cooper previously was arrested for his alleged participation in the scheme and was released in $20,000 bail. Asst.

U.S. Atty. T. F. Gilroy Daly said that through the scheme taxpayers were able to use authorities in the Lexington IRS office for the purpose of altering and falsifying certain returns.

Arraigned before U.S. Commissioner Earle N. Bishopp, Mrs. Wood waived a hearing and was released, pending possible grand jury action. If convicted, Mrs.

Wood could receive a maximum three-year sentence and be fined $2,000..

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