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Number 30 THE WEEKLY NEWSPAPER SERVING SOUTHWEST SPOKANE Cheney, Washington Friday, Janry 3, 1964 COUNTY Single Copy 10 Cents Expert On Modern Art Slates EWSC Appearance "Modern Art--Its Whys and Wherefores" will be discussed by Monroe Wheeler in a lec- ture with slides at Iaste. Washington State College Thurs@ay (Jan. 9). The program will be at 12:30 p. m. in Shovalter on the EWSC campus in C!he- rmy and is open to the public without charge.. MONROE WHEELER Wheeler, a trustee of New famed Museum >f Mod- ern Art since 1945, is also di- re,ctov .of exhibits and publi- cations. In ,addition to coordin- .ating the museum's exhibition program, he has directed more than a dozen exhibitions himself and has written the !bks which accompanied each of them. A native of Evansto,n, Ill., he was educated in Europe .and joined the museum star{ in 1935. Honors Are Many More than a score of mus- eum puhea, t}ons, issued un- der Wheeler's direction, have aards of excellece design, arid spei, al exhibi- books have in move th, an 20 ies in. Europe, Latin merica and the Far East. people throughout e m'e reached by The Mu- setm of Modern Art's publi- than by any ef its operations. In additi(m 11 EXTENSION CLASSES OFFERED First of 11 extension class- s to be offered in the SPO- ane area by Ia:stern Wash- State College during e :preaent winter quarter will Tuesday (Jan. 7) eve- course, American folk rauml d,aces for grades nd 8, wil meet .at Hayer: Junior t{gh S,eh,od. tught by E. S. (Red) Hender- the el,as will mee, from o 10 p. m. for seven Tues- evemngs. M. Gile,s, EWSC ex- service director, said will be taken at class meeting. the museum's 32,000 members who receive selected new books ,or catalogues, many thousands of copies of the mu- seum's publications ,are distrib- uted 'through regular trade channels in 70 countries and are bought by libraries,, universities and indi- vidtmls ,arotmd be globe. The mu.seum pioneered by transforming eatatogues into ,auth.oritative and enj'oybe books of lasting interest and usefulness 'to both laymen .a,d scholars and by giving careful ,attenVian to the de- sign ad typography of its books as well as to their text and reproductions. FILING PERIOD ENDS UNCHANGED The filing period for Che- ney city council seats ended last Friday without further change. Arl incumbents filed for re-eloction and will run unopposed in the general city election March 10. No other bond or levy issues are at stake during the elec- tion. The Feb. 11 primary election will not be neces- sary due to the lack of op- position for city council seats. Assignments Made For 29 Student Teachers In Area Twen.ty-nine EaStern W,sh- i*ngton State College students will .begin 'stude , teaching sigrtmerts Memlay in CCmney- area and Medical Lake sCh(mls. Scbeol.s ,and students assigned to them include: Cheney High Schol--Ga Bean, Geraldine Becker, Jo- Ann Blcklinger, Jerry Dotson, Reece Kelly, Dean Orabtree, Judy Lowe, ]dard Luceo, Karen Richardson and Sharon  Wagoner. Betz--Joanne Dowlig, San- dra Francis, Virginia Sehons, Charles Wohlcke, Clifford Graves and Vrederick Wong. EWSC Campus School--Judy Bean, Kathy Hanson, Dorothy Malikwski, Lila Rhodes and Edward Uhrig. Medical Lake High School--' lalph Byquist, Jeanne Der- bawka George Kernen and Malcolm Swanson. Medical Lake Elemen,tary-- Harold Land and John Staben- feldt. Windsor Elementary--Keith Vrandenburg. Council Meeting Set The Cheney city council will meet next Jan. 14 at the City Hall. The meetings start at 7:30 p. m. PEN WINTER QUARTERThe new 12-story round tower- men's dormitory at Eastern Washington State College yet nameresswill open for students winter quarter, which with registration yesterday. Some 336 students hove assigned to the new building. Telephone Number Changes At EWSC New telephone numbers have gone into effect at Eas,b ern Washingtan State College. Effective Tuesday the BEl- mont exclge was changed to 359. The same umbe', 6221, i's still in use. Thus the new EWSC ele- phone umber is 359-6221. A new feature of the clange is that e more than 200 ex- tesiors at the college can now be died direct. All exten- sions have been changed to four-digit numbers. Men's Hail Opening Set This Quarter Eastern Washington State College's new men's residence hall, a 12-story round tower- type building for 440 men , students, will be open when studems return t'o the Cheney campus for winer quarter. Dr. Daryl Hagie, EWSC dean of students, said 279 studeaats, now residing i.n Hudson and Gary Hails, will be 'housed in the new building starting Thursday. Newly ,admitted men stu- dents and transfers from the other EWSC men's residence, Sutton Hall, bring to 33'6 the number .of students already as- signed ,to the new building,: Dr. Hagie said. Almost Filled The n!ew residence hall is ! expected te be .almost filled by the time winter quarter classes start Monday. Residents of the hall will be without window drapes for a short time, Dr. Itagie said, and here will be no furrfire in the lounge for several weeks, but othevw% the build- ing s .almost totally finimhed. Boh Hudson ,and Gary Hat will be uiosed with he excep- tion ,of a few married Stu- dents' aparmen in each buil4ing. These will contiirme in use through summer quar- ter. Present pians are to demol- ish both ba]ls beRre the sart of classes late in September, 1964. Both buildings are World War II surplus struc- tures. Hall Nameless The new residence hall will be nameless, at le,ast for three months, Dr. Hagie said. The EWSC board of trustees de- layed naming the new hall for three .months :at a meeting earlier this mont'h. At ,that time, a petition, signed by 1600 EWSC students asking that the hN1 be n,amed "John Fitzger- ald Kennedy Hail," was pro- seated. Director of the new ball will be Charles G. Logan, Twisp, Wash., an EWSC graduate stu- dent. West Side $1ory g To Cheney The Pix Theatre is offering its finest film enSertaimnent since re-opening tas Fall start- in,g Sunday, showing the ac- Cairned West Side Story. West Side Story, winner of 10 academy ,awards and still on a selected viewing basis in many major cities, will pay Suaday through Tuesday. A matinee will be offered Sunday starting at 2:07. The evening performance will be- gin at 7:07 and let out at 9:55 f'- m. Monday and Tuesday nigirt shows will start at 7 p.m. West Side Story features Natalie Wood, Richard Bey- mer, Russ Tamblyn, Rita Mor- eno and George Chakiris. "Auntie Marne," a comedy featuring RosaIind Russell, will sbow at regular times through Saturday night. ELDON JENICKE GeTS MEMBERSHIP IN ANGUS GROUP Eldon S. Jenicke, Cheey, has been elected to member- ship in the Ame'ican Angus Association at St. Joseph, Me., announces Frank Ric.lards secretary, Jenicke was one of 13 breed- ers of registered Aberdeen- Angus in Vtashirgton elected to membership during the past morth. NEW EXCHANEJoe Brychell, Cheney Telephone Co., en- gineer, checks/ new telephone dial mechanism which was activatd this wek a Eastern Washington State Col'logo. Col- lege changed from BElmont exchange to 359 with all exten- sions changed to four-digit numbers. Cheney Family Visits Site ' Of Assassination Three Cheneys,uhs, Wally, James ,and Tom Powers, with {heir parents, Dr. and Mrs. Walter Powers, visited the place in Dallas, Texas, where the late Presiden Kermedy was assassinated'. The Powers f:.0mily, spend- ing the .holiday sea.n in t, he south, visited ',,A assirta tion scene on he last day of raonal mourning and again last Sunday. They said auto tra,ffic was still heavy near the Texas Book Store Depositary Build- ing ,as people throughout the ,nation were ting. They stood silently near the place, viewing sprays of flowers sent from all over the world. The Cheney lads als'o were shown about the pitaces in Dal- las tbat will become part o,f' history, such as the Texas Theatre and the place where Lee Harvey Oswald lived. The Powers family returned h,ome Dee. 30. Ce0000!e00es I:ourse KEESLER AFB, Mis.--Air- man Second Cl:ass Thomas M. McCormick of Medical Lake, i.s  being reassigned to Travis AFB, Calif., following ,his rad- uration rom he teetmieal aiRing course for United States Air Force airborne elec- tronic equipmen specialists here. Airman McCormick, son of U. S. Air Force Master Ser- geant and Mrs. Jack McCor- mick of Medical Lake, was trained to tu, ne, operate and repair special Air Force air- borne electronic equipment and related test devices. The airman attended Medi- cal Lake High School. His wife, Zona, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. WiIfiam Ross B.ailey of Orlando, Fla. STRIKES TOPIC OF SYMPOSIUM "Sanctions vs. Strikes in Education" will be the subject of a symposium at the Satur- day morning meeting o,f the Eastern Wngton State Col- lege Delta Psi hapte,r of Phi Delta Kappa, international fraternity- for men in educa- tion. Arthur Grafious of the Spo- kane choker, &meri, can Fed, eration of Teachers, will stp- port strikes; Cecil Hmm,an of the W ashingt'on Education As- sociation, will avgue for sane. tions. The program will follow a i0 a. m. brtmh in he EWSC Student Union. OFF FOR TACOMA--The Cheney High School' cheerleaders solicited funds for trip to Tacoma during March to back the high school Lasketball team in the State Class A tournament. Left to right were Mira More- CADET CARTER EARNS LETTER Lexington, Me., Dec. 26--Cadet C. C. Carter, son of Mr. and hhs. Clarence C. Carter, St., 6 North 3rd St., Cheney, Wash., has been awarded a company football letter ,at Wentw>rth Military Academy here by the school's a, thlec council, Maj: Jolm C. Readecker, thietic directoa', a,nn(mnced. Intercompany eompefion conlmands a keen interest among the cadets, being instru- mental in developing company morale and sch.ol spirit. One hundred fourteen ca- dets from seven eonrpanies cmnpeted in the inteecompany grid activities at Wentworth during the past sason. School Resumes School resumed in Cheney yesterday after berg recessed RESERVE CHAMPION STEERClark Jor. since Dee. 20 for .he Christ- dan showed the Reserve Champ)ion steer mas and New Year's holidays, during the Youth Stock Preview Show held Cheney March Of Dimes Chairmen Claim County Effort Has Been Superb t Spokane c.unty 'has co-|tis, and schehrships and fel- rioue.d its Snare to the tata [ l owships to 10,700 studerts in which The[he, health professions. Natimal FouadaU?nLMaych of I T,,s ks an outstanding rec umes reports on is zn anni-  rd, Dr Hatter said "an,'a  'versary in January, a Cheney/carm,t 1)e mtehed ' by"an'y p,aJr boasted today. t,er voluntary tmalth a,geaey. Dr. Dana Hatter and Mrs. All of us in Stm court- William avemner co-chairmen ty can be proud of the fact of the Cheney larch of Dimes, stated that these accovaplis'h- mets inctude two polio vac. cines and two Nobel prizes far research; financial aid fr more than one,third of a mil- lion patients afflicted with polio, birth 4efeets or arh,ri- PICTORIAL REVIEW Don't be surprised if your picture appears in this edi- tion of the Free Press. Sev- eral news photographs taken during 1963 by Warren Wes- terman appear throughout th paper to recap some of the year's news highlights in Cheney. 'School Meeting Set The Oheney SChool Di, striet bard of directors will meet next Jan. 8 in the board room of the Administration Build- ing in Cheney. Among the agenda items i wifl be a proposal to remove I the supeviatenderWs and assist- ant superintendent's salaries from the administrative salary schedule and place them on an individual basks. e MARKETS Soft White, bushel $2.00 White Club $2.01 Barley, ton $42.00 Tuesday quola,fio FOB Cheney. WEATHER Sorry, but Francis Sehadegg and his weather crew a,t EWSC were on vacation last week. that we helped finance all the resea, rch for two poli vaccin- es. We have the stiaction of knowing that the ,'.dimes and dollars we con, tributed over the years are rotecting not only our favmlies, but fam- ilies throughou the woId. Record Good One "We can be proud, too, at our March of Dimes colxibu- tions have beer used to estb. lish 44 bfrth dof( ceanters, 25 rhritis centers and 6 polio special eatmem ceners, bringing irnproved med,ioM care to child,hzmd victims of birth defects and .artbxitis and all polio victims. "Our Spokane cou, nty vbap- for as contributed $12,000 to the University of Washington birth defects center. Dung the past year, 10 Spokane county babies have rec-eived treatmen and care at the cen- ter in Seattle. A Spolvane Val- ley baby is being teated a the center at the i)veseat time. "A national March o D',mes grant was made to the Univer- sity of Washington this year to establish an a, rthrtie clinic. Right lmre in Spoe coun- ty we have aided over 740 polio, birh de.feets and arthl' i- tis patierts ove" the years at a est of over $355,000. "This remarkable  of the Fast 26 was possible use neither waned to hep weigbo. Wih this same heartfelt coneev for others, wlm knows what great accomplishment'us the next 26 yeers can bring." house, Gwen Jackson, Lonna Smith' Lynda Arnold, Bonnie Geschke and Diene Michael. sen. The girls made it and it wes off to Ta- coma to cheer the Blackhawks, here during May. Young Jordan here with his prize animal, is shown i