The Spokesman-Review from Spokane, Washington (2024)

a.m. Monday, drawing a large turnout. of residents and visitors alike to witness its arrival. Conductor R. H.

Reedy of Spokane said he gave out dozens of free tickets to Missoula and Thompson trip from Spokane described the ride as "quiet peaceful smooth and fast." The train traveled from Spokane at a speed between 75-85 mph. (Ken Miller photo) do 8 Super Train Visits Sandpoint AMTRAK's experimental TurboTrain Falls for anyone wishing a ride on the arrived in Sandpoint on schedule at 9:15 super train. Passengers who made the Agent Quits for New Post NEZ PERCE, Idaho Walter McPherson, county extension agent for two years, has resigned as of Sept. 3 to accept a position with the University of Alaska Extension service at Juneau. Housing, landscaping and rural development advisory work will be his major assignments.

McPherson served 17 years as county agent in Bonner county at Sandpoint and year at Twin Falls before coming to Lewis County in 1969. Mrs. Ed Baune, former home agent now with the Indian Service at Lapwai. Aaron E. Klein Dies at 56; Rites Thursday in Kellogg KELLOGG, Idaho Aaron E.

Klein, 56, Bunger Hill carpenter and resident of the Kingston area since 1950, died in West Shoshone General Hospital here. Funeral mass will be at 1 Thursday in the gymnasium of the recently fire-razed St. Rita's Catholic Church. Burial will be in Kellogg's Greenwood Cemetery. Mr.

Klein was a World War I1. Navy veteran and was a member of the V.F.W., Carpenter's Union, Knights of Columbus and St. Rita's Catholic Church. Surviving are his wife, Dorothy; daughters, Mrs. James Brickley, Fairbanks, Alaska; Mrs.

Warren Mack, Cataldo, Idaho; Caroline and Sheila and Lisa Klein, at the home; sisters, Mrs. Helen Toutant and Mrs. Mildred Meyers, Remer, and Mrs. Florence Clampitt, Minneapolis; and brothers Arthur Klein, Minneapolis, and Raymond Klein, Almosa, Colo. James R.

Johnson Dam Objection Qualified LEWISTON, Idaho chairman of the Idaho Water Resource Board has told the director of the Council on Environmental Quality that board member Scott Reed was acting unilaterally when he wrote, in oppostion of the lower Dam project in southeast Idaho. In en sent Sunday to Russell letter, Washington, D. board chairman John F. Streiff, Lewiston, said Train should understand that the seven other voting members of the board strongly support the project as being in the interests of Idaho and the nation and do not share Mr. Reed's views.

Reed wrote Train Aug. 20 and said "the Teton Dam should not and I cannot legally be constructed as proposed." Reed asked the environmental quality council to stop the project on the grounds that it cannot be economically justified. 'Intellectually Dishonest' "His (Reed's) argument that the economic feasibility cannot be justified by merely updating past cost is intellectually dishonest unless past benefit: are also updated," Streiff wrote. "Power values, land values and recreational benefits have increased since the project was authorized in 1964." Reed's argument "a classic instance of the passionate preservationist's devoto the rocks and rural of Idaho which is oblivious to the needs of the fruited plain." The Lower Teton Dam project's first phase calls for supplemental irrigation of 112,000 acres, flood control and recrea- Clothes Said Stolen SANDPOINT, Idaho -A traveling fire fighter who was staying in Sandpoint for a few days before heading for Oregon and more work, reported all his clothing and his sleeping bag were stolen Friday night while prior to leaving. camped at the city dock areal WALLACE, Idaho James Richard Johnson, 32, Wallace, died in Sacred Heart Hospital in Spokane Sunday night of burns suffered in an oil explosion and fire in the basem*nt of his mother's home here Aug.

23. He suffered burns on more than 75 per cent of his body in an explosion which occurred he was using a cutting torch in the repair of an oil line basem*nt furnace. Two men also were burned but have recovered. Funeral mass will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday in St.

Alphonsus Catholic Church, the Rev. Martin Hughes officiating. Burial will be in Forest Cemetery at Coeur d'Alene. Johnson was born here, was a ad ua te of Wallace High school, later attended the University of Idaho and was in Army service in. Europe from 1957 to 1960.

He was an electrician here. Surviving are his wife Jacqueline, here; daughters, Michelle and Maura in Wallace; his mother, Mrs. Katherine Johnson, here; Mrs. Barbara Smith, Seattle; Mrs. Marguerite Winterowd.

Pullman, Mrs. Mary Wasson, Spokane; Mrs. Evelyn Jolly, Aberdeen, and Mrs. Eileen Robinson, Silverton, Idaho; brothers, John T. here; George, Minneapolis; Joseph, Philipsburg, and Dr.

William Johnson, Trail, B.C. Warren B. Pratt COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho Rites will be at 10:30 a.m. today at English Funeral Chapel for Warren B. Pratt, retired mechanic and blacksmith, who died Friday in a local nursing home.

The Rev. Lyman W. Winkle will officiate. A native of Illinois, Mr. Pratt moved here in 1935 from Colorado.

Survivors are sons Joe Pratt of Sandpoint, Idaho, and Ward Pratt of Kingston, Idaho; two daughters, Mrs. William Neill of Greenacres, and Mrs. Lucille Derrick of Priest River. Phillip H. Blood SPIRIT LAKE, Idaho Funeral services will be at o'clock Wednesday in the Spirit Lake Presbyterian Church for 26 Former Rep.

Dick J. Kink Dead at 49 BELLINGHAM, Wash. (AP) Former State Rep. Dick J. Kink, 49, died at his home here Sunday night.

Kink, a Democrat, had served for seven consecutive terms in the House before being defeated in 1970. Services will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Church of the Sacred Heart. During the 1963 session, Kink and five fellow Democrats joined the minority Republicans to organize the House under then Rep. William Day of Spokane.

Kink came back the next year to win his re-election with the biggest majority of his career. A long-time captain and commercial fisherman, he had represented fishing interests in the legislature. At the time of his death was safety engineer for Ralph M. Parsons a contractor at the ARCO Cherry Point Refinery. Surviving are his wife, two daughters, his mother and a brother, Mitchell, a Bellingham city councilman.

Pastor Moves NEZPERCE, Idaho The Rev. Arnold A. Gregerson, Lutheran Church pastor here for the last 12 years has assumed duties as pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran church at Chewelah, Wash. 6 PETERS SONS Prestige Corner RIVERSIDE LINCOLN Cheer up your friend in the hospital.

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Dedicated to progress in health, Southcrest opened its doors in early 1971 and is designed to care for the post-operative and post-hospital needs of people throughout the Inland Empire area. The center provides a complete range of individualized services including health, occupational and recreational therapy centers. Through his work, Bob understands and appreciates the value of protecting the future against unforeseen circ*mstances. That's why he relies on Standard's Reg McNaught-Davis, CLU, for his personal life and health insurance needs. As a Chartered Life Underwriter, Reg is well-qualified to provide the right programs of financial security.

And, backed by the resources of Standard, a billion company dedicated to excellence for policyowners, Reg can provide you with a complete range of individualized programs of financial security for your future protection. Agency, N. 9 Post Street- 336, PORTLAND, OREGON Phone: TE 8-8295 Inland Empire INSURANCE COMPANY Standard: Spokane, Washington. Dedicated to Excellence for Policyowners Bob Avey (left) explains the room call control center to Standard Agent Reg McNaught-Davis, CLU. Town Stalls School Opening OAKESDALE, Wash.

bells were silent Monday School Oakesdale as the annual reopenling of public school doors, scheduled Monday, was delayed because of the wheat harvest. The schools have been rescheduled to open Sept. 7, according to Van Emerson, German to Visit BONN (AP) -West Germany's foreign minister, Walter Scheel, will leae Sept. 26 for a week-long visit to the United States, where he will attend the The Spokesman-Review, Wallace Man Still Sought WALLACE, 1 Idaho Mrs. Ruth Sands, Wallace, has asked civilian as well as Army authorities to make a search for her son, Robert Sands, 26, who was discharged as an Army staff sergeant at Fort Dix, N.J., on June 28.

He started westward to his home but has not arrived at his home here. She said he has been traced as far as Dubuque, Iowa, where he stayed overnight in a U.N. General Assembly, offi- motel, but has not been heard cials announced. from since. WORLD E.

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This, combined with unique western atmosphere and old west hospitality, offers you truly pleasurable dining experience. Come you are eat 1 you want! Rate Boost Plea Stirs Water Survey EL GG, Idaho- -Mayor Roger Fulton of Kellogg reported that Kellogg, Wardner, Osburn and Smelterville have joined in a feasibility study of the area domestic water situation. He said a Seattle engineering firm has been contracted to make the survey to determine costs and the possibility of community purchase of the present system of the Idaho Water Co. He said the study will take from 60 to 90 days. Mayor Fulton added that studies also are to be conducted on availability of a federal loan for such a deal.

Idaho Water Company's application to the Idaho public utilities commission for water customer rate increases, running as high as 184. per cent for private residents and 133 per cent for commercial users, has prompted the study, he said. Fulton said there are 7,590 water users in the four communities covered in the engineering study. The best "durned" food in town! Banquets, catering, and orders-to-go. 3rd Hearing on Magruder Strip Slated ELK CITY, Idaho Responding to vigorous requests from Idaho County residents, Bitterroot National Forest has provid ed an additional hearing in this county on its Magruder Corridor management plan.

Date for the public meeting is at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, at the Grangeville VFW hall." Two previously announced sessions to hear pro and con argument on the historic route through the wilderness have been announced, at Lewiston, Idaho, and at Hamilton, Sept. 16. All of the recreation area which Democratic Sens. Lee Metcalf, Montana, and Frank Church, Idaho, seek to lock up in wilderness, is in Idaho Coun. ty.

Doors Open Soon LEWISTON, Idaho President Jerold O. Dugger will welcome new students to LewisClark State College during freshman orientation at 9 a.m. Wednesday in the LSCS auditorium. Jerold O. Capps, dean of students who will conduct the orientation, said LCSC classes will start Thursday.

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Interment will be in Greenwood Cemetery here. Yates Funeral Home of Coeur d'Alene will be in charge. For many years Blood had been employed by the Idaho Department of Highways here in road maintenance and as a truck driver. Surviving are six sons, Phillip Jr. of Medford, Jack of Spokane; Virgil of Post Falls, Idaho, Clyde, Dallas and Leon of Spirit Lake; seven daughters, Mrs.

Margaret Jobes of Hayden Lake, Idaho; Mrs. Patsy Budd of Moses Lake, Mrs. Lorena Hauck of Spirit Lake; Mrs. Bernice LaClaine of Claremont, Mrs. Marion Smith of Prospect, Mrs.

Phyllis Low of Priest River, Idaho, and Mrs. Gladys Storaasof San Diego, three brothers and four sisters. COLFAX, Wash. Funeral services for Oswald A. Appel, 88, pioneer resident, will be at the Bruning Chapel here today at 10 a.m.

Burial will be in the Colfax Cemetery. Mr. Appel was born in Europe. lived most of his life in Whitman County. 1960 he moved to Spokane, where he operated the Vagabond Trailer Lodge until retiring four years ago.

He died at Sunup Bay on Coeur d'Alene Lake Friday. Surviving are his wife, Margery, at the home; three daughters, including Mrs. Herman (Wilma) Larson, Pull a three sons, including Donald A. Appel, Endicott, and Eugene V. (Bud) Appel, Colfax.

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