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68, Number 3'9 Group for pry Committee Last Monday Advisory com- district No. 360 was organized at a special meeting held on March 1, in the dis- The committee's be to consuR with board on the lon'g- needs and best so- the improvement of hool board met with from each in the district to the committee's steer- Members of the are Norman: Dick Getrum, Mrs. Shirley Batter-i Mrs. A. E. Vienthage, Mrs. Ellen Heine- Springs; Mrs. Amber; Bob Frank Setfridge:, Mrs. Marcia Mace, Mrs. Margaret ,and Rev. George Cheney; Kent Sooy, und Dick Camp, Elected committee dis- the brd of di- lriorities anti pro- the commiOe's Nichols was cho- Patterso wa chairman, Mrs. El- named sac- Kent Sony trees- THE WEEKLY NEWSPAPER MORE ROOM COMING UP--A call for bids for construction of a 35 foot addition on the west end of the Cheney Fire Dis- trict No. 3 building will be found in today's Free Press legal Cheney High School interdass Tourney Scheduled Tonight By Rod Reed For the first time, the Che- ney high school Red C club is sponsoring what is hoped to be .a great future s,ccess, an intersehool basketball cham- pionship, this Friday, March 5, starting at 7 p. m. ! This would be a good o,ppor- tunity for the townspeop,le and Blackhawk supporters o get a good look at what next year's i team may have to show. a ' i • of stale- i Would Buy Machine distrktMwn.ldl:" ] -- -'" ^-' The money making project , ___,  " l is to provide the lettermen's x Ioj' lor tile 1 , q,;o ....+ +^ k [c ub with enough money to .. ,, ,vj=, to u ur . • .: . p chase a new and much ,aYWit,tohecds needed Wh,irlpool spin re- Oct)r 1q a5 x'"] dueer' for the high school. er:'-As-fi-:=de-.. ,-, .u. Tle event shouM provide much fu and excitemen and ment win serve as a ,all Biaclhawk farm are cordial- cy to guide the fu- lv in, ted omera¢ of the. scl-ol -The fresh will play the jun- g me iors and the seniors will take creel--. Y,I the e.n " - on he sophomores, wi,ners to z" w.n me ,play for first and se plac- aunamn .on as. There will be two eight- p .ten, auras z me minute halves in each ame. nln S3O01 to De _ the fall of 1966. g #, • • . e problems far the ]$1[ r0up ee| nraRtee to tackle rased school district the 1965-66 sepal May Draw Crowd possible need fo n elementary school area boundaries. scheduled meeting citizens advisory far district 360 is March 29, at that time approx- persons win meet deliberations on the future. CTION chapter ors will meeting on Men- 8, for the electiocn in the Mamc and Mrs. I-hind nd matron, A 6:30 p. m. pot- will be served to preced- What may turn out to be one of the liveliest meetings of the cry plannin{g covamission in years wiM be 'held Monday eve- ning, March 8, in the city hall. A request by Bob Wilson that a certain part of his rec- ently acquired 40 acres be changed from residential R-2 to R-3, multiple dwelhng, in- cluding atartments, will aain be considered. School district officials, the college and other i, have sentiments for and against the proposed change and .a good attendance is expected. The area in question lies jttst east of the new high school site• He who soars not, suffers not by a fall. Old Movie Film of May Day of 1915 Unearthed at City Hall pharmacist, is now writing to several firms to learn-" *'the cost of making the 16 ram. reprints. The pofession,M 35 ram. size w0Id require showh only with the liarge movie project- or .and wuld thus limit the maximum showing• The 16 mm. size is used nowadays pro- fesionally by travelog pe)ple and the screen size can be made adequately }arge. Asset To Museum If it is possible to .have a smaller reprint made on mod- ern film and if it is given to the museum, the Cheney his- torical asseiation would have something that even much lar- ger museums do not have, a real asset. A readin,g of the 1915 Free Press issues failed to reveal who took the moving pictures, who paid for them or who do- nted the reels to the city. The files did reveal that Mary Houck was the 1915 May queen and her attendant wRs Ethel Campbell. Attendants were Ora West, Vera McCbe Edith Oslund and Dorothy Fer- guson. IJarry Montague was mentioned as one of the dep- uty parade marshals. The Com- merci, al club assisted the Till- cure club in staging this fifth annual event. priceless heirloom history recently and move or Cheney, SERVING SOUTHWEST Washington. Fridy, Marc,h 5, 1965 SPOKANE COUNTY of two 1200 foot mm. profeional slowing the 1915 Day parade and a tour o.f Cheney. were prohably do- city of Cheney ago and the con- dust in the and were later the new building and Somehow ar were re-discovered iIm Is Brittle Nohn Brown and a lad them hown at by Mrager ,but he Id cellu- brittle and broke sevevM times length was o enough was reveal that the pic- still sharp. is growing to ,have made, pewhals re- the more 'us,ble 16 (whiCh wasn't on the years ago) and pos- the to the Che- Museum for cclcmns. More irtformation will be found in another story in this issue. A story on page 8 gives complete details• n, Cheney i Single Copy 10 Cent Reduced Special Levy Okay Endorsed by Many Citizens 43 Future Teachers Here This Weekend For Regional Meet Eastern Washington State College will host future teach- ors from 45' ,high schools and eight coJleges at the winter regi.mtal meeting of the eastern division .of the Student Wash- in,gLen Education ass'n Friday and Satu,rday, Mxch 5-6. As many as 200 high school and college studemts and facul- ty advisers re expected to at- tend the meeting whi,ch will be betd in conjunction with the district meeting of the Wash- ion Ass'n of Future Teach- ers of America. Colleges Listed Helen J. Mffier, EWSC soph- omore from Pasco and eastern regional coordhtox for the SWEA, aid cotleges re,Iresent. ed include Fort Wright, Whir- worth, Genital Washington Ste, C(flumbia Basin, Yalmna Vlley, Wlla Wal'la, Witman and EWSC. Spokane area ,high schools seding representatives ae Lewis and Clark, North CAm- tral, John ogers, Shadle Park, C,e ntr Valley, Urfiversity, West Valley, Mead and Holj' Names Ademy. Steve Pov.,ell New Miss Moorhead Io Science Fair Next Free Press Adman Week in Betz Bldg. Steve Powe.I, college stu- |lg/ n.o.w,... The annual Science Fair dent who was business man- vl Vlll 1/1/U111 will be held at the Betz jun- ager and advertising solici- Show U n ThuSly ior high all next week, tot for The Easterner for March 8 to 12. It will be open two and one-half qquarters, to the public from 7 to 9 p. m. Tuesday with guides is now handling advertising Agnes Moorhead, an actress to explain the many projects. for The Cheney Free Press. During his tenure on the col- wlo has enjoyed a wide wr- John Gamon is general lege paper Steve consider- iety of sh0v bu exper- Chairman and other commit- iences, will be preented in an bly improved its advertising Artist Series performance at tee members are Bill Crabb, content• Courtesies shown Eastern W asffingtl State Col- Dan Nelson, Jackie Phillee, Mr. Powell by Ioal mer- lege Thursd,ay evemi, March Robin Halwas, Robin Davis, chants will be greatly appre- 11• Helen Rosenzweig, Jack ciated by The Free Press. Miss Moorhed  present Mosman, Katherine Fletcher a one-woman show, "Come and John Waddington. Local Trap Team Cl, oser. I'H Give You an Ear- ful." The program, Ln Shval- O MARKETS , Theme of the meetin,g is l ter auditorium; WiU start at Soft White, bushel ............ $1.32 'Becoming a Proesonl Pev- Shoots "'vo Oesaite m. A limited number White Club, bushel ............ 1.32 son," 'based  the WEA Teach- ,- of tickets will be availaMe at Barley, ton .: ..................... $42.50 er aueation and .Pfessionl J| U| [the door. Oats, ton .......................... $43.50 Sta,nd: program. gT IIIM IIOIIUli(I [ Started Ym, na All Thursday quotations FOB 0 Reagan to Speak keSprfagPs'dsgl;2aY I he- m,ade ea}fsO-!M :wn:THER max. min• pre. i vtll'nkvl}ynFP tan average, rmt one of the '  ' ' - ' '.':- ' Feb 25 51 33 00isehool EnoCh det,÷ 50 te, m¢ in ]-v t,n-mfl a ancev wire the t. ouis w,n" oa .............. a9 3 "47 • • .  ,. -- T.  "'" ' .". ....... I Municipal Opera and from "  ..............  . ",,, ,neaa ann committee chairman urneu m a perze luu scare. 1 .... ,  .;:7 ,._ _ reo• zz .............. o o .uu of tho WIA qP.q r Cbeney-Medical Lake malgedl ....... .. . Feb. 28 .............. 44 25 .00 .rla .m €.ff, a;, • mess expemences  nam o ......... ,, ............ a 96 ,score and Amber-Spague [ ................ : ..... .__ ,Mrch 1 ............ 41 21 .00 [:at li1,fr .n I-. 4nm turned m a 93. The loc team] ................... larVh 2 ............ 43 24 .00 th .ntk. _t,h,l d,ri,, ad ne of its best turnouts m] . . March 3 ............ 51 29  .00 where he w rimkl f ".ears with 3  .... ,_ ,~^, --I river srtowooat, i ' 'v la arid 10 visiting scattergun art-[ Her initial excursion into ,, , s__ _* [R .oevelt elnty l, • , radi " "n, in .i ann zno . aerle, pvosor sts. Araber.Sprague reposed[_ o we. s.n,g g St.    [ [of education W' ma 44 srmoters out  SundY'Slrm'au ,g vne years, her vmce [T.,t.  "--d't match. I zne famiRar on sucn tin> w,t  what did we see lY_--Z:YZ_T."d_LT"_Y..Y ........... • ,, •  "  "'-"' . %0 [J:'J OlLbU'lllt.y. H .h schooters for Amber- granm,a The March of Time, , , " k  First g . . I ........... aria hear this wee .... [ Spmgue were Jun Swarmek to comeay S.mfls wtm_ e off, we welvomed the sight of s .  ,, with 24 arid Bud Har, Jim I Ihr,. Fred.. &lien; .. wynn, the city's rotary street vacuum [[mr [] r 9 in iimm vunmm Crcaran, Dean BaMwin and / teatrme Linie arm nu taxe . nr nieldng ll the witer s Mel Jons 23 each She toured m vaude¢ilte wi -,st A. o,a ,,+ W,esda,, I s , , s s • SCO es ....... Slaw old I Lale )10re flours Fve 24 " r Baker, ,nd also appeared in tm v .... , ...... rk t Five Cheney-Medicai Lake his night club act. ot on Which was ,painted members turned in 24 each= wo0diand and wildlife scenery The request by the college Bill Bernard, Ted Edgett, Joke E[] H[I SeJce  around. Must have been strident council that stoves Heiydt, Lloyd HoHaday, Ike own,ed by a ,eanurmrcial artist and the bnk 'stay open late Lebettor, Del McCrme and from Coeur d'Alene as it ,had one day a week £or the cow Bob WeatheriH. Getting 23 In Spokane March 6 an Idaho "K" license . . . H venienceofsttdentswas voiced each were Ernie Larsen, you like oid time stuff, and by Norm Hove at the regul Woody Sullivan and Frank Services will be held Satur- who doesn't?--read the Mere- Chancy Chamber of Comce Martin. day, March 6, at 11 a. m. in the pry Lane column this week. We meeting held Thursday eve,n- Skip Duty, Jim Jhnson, Smith Funera Home far Earl found a wealth of stuff out of ing of test week. The raatte Terry Tueck and Bill WenCh- Iiurt, 80, Cheney, vcho died the old Free Press flies . . . yeas referred to the reail trade erill each scored 22. aking Tuesday evening in a Spokane Somehow ,or ,other, we seemed burea, u for further study. 21's were Jim Dormeiev, Milt hospital. The Rev. Donald Ross to find items ahout the entire Retail Trade Bureau clmr- Fisher, Ernie Trodel, John Van will officiate. Ryan family . . . One item de- man SCan Pierce reported on Brunt, and Gene Rohinett. C. Mr. }tu:rt was born in Macon, scribes a picture taken in 1910 plans for staging the annual W. Booth, A1 Dento.n and Dan- Me., Feb. 4, 1885. When ,he was andin 1936PublishedshowingbYa crowdYours gath-truly pancakenevtion withfeed theMaYjunlarl in vice-Can" ny Nelson each shot 20. two years old ,he came with his ered €o see the hie great Sam stock show at the high sc,lool• In the special merchandise parents to the Ritzville area. Webb pushing a peanut across Dr. Roger Harder said he shoots five men won srnal Later they removed to Moscow, hams: Terry Tueck, Skip Duty, Idaho. where he met and mar- electionmUddY street.. Apparentlyt° yay anit wantSber memberssuggesti°nSanti generalfr°m elmm- 'pub. Jake Heiydt, Van Hambleton ried La,,ra . , .- -- and Exnie Trodel Howard Fops  "'" , w - " e isn't just tha we re lie on tmw the elmber can .... a n T X,,,," .... ;:. .; rO mm umn a0n nv that ccunts for our limrg ,hIp promote the livestock , children S urvv g ave a son,  • " The e¢ent for wider participation ,a,nd ,out buddy shoot. I . commumty history . . . Iarold, Spokane, and three Oueer Duck sas Gheney has by young ehibitars. daughters, Mrs 0 on rifith, • • President Garnett Boots pre- FFA B " R • - : ,, engh servme state(ms, res- oys re u n i Cheney; Mrs. Warren rta. taurants aml ber shops to sed a pest predents laque k,vr- ,rvie,* [ Surrey.side, and Mrs. Bruce Oii- form three separate trade as- to Normal Holmes an I:r. Wfl- ............ e i .  I ver, Medmal bak ; e h¢ grand- caintin.. arid elet officers ,lam Riggs, sehl supt., spoke tr Mr ........... Sau day, a cn z/ [children mad two great .grand- After some chcking we on the coming ,spedal vy , l children Alo surviving is a I f'tl hat 'a oerem who schol election. Cheney chapter of the ._- ' ' n f 'v.= '. brother Vattgha , Red Blair, 1000 (fld Ci ture Farmers of America is  . ; ". '  '"_' .. . 1sampled the year ' - currently planning their big-] a'k'; .wo sisters, }vl. oOe]nes e ,duck egg  week are MEMOR|AL R]TFS • • lirmingnam, tea mut, ann • • , kiekAn A1 gest money making prelect of/. ; ............... ]stl alive and g . ... - the year Through the cour-[ mrs" Porter raa.-r, .neneY,|tlmugh never eara me FOR MRS. NEWI"ON o oo Patton of , and numerous nonces aria nepn t te us c pe " the C00he-] college FM station on 00adio HELD ON TUESDAY hey Motor company and Chev-[ ews; ...... i ........ durirg our three.months  lmre, ron Station, the FFA will op-] . r. nu.rt ntaWincamn e we did get it lou an. clear.on A menmrial ,service, hof erate the service station all[stea, e° m . ,2 .... T our TV set on tim dawn stae ing the hie Mrs. R. D. (Mary) d'y long on Saturday, March o tins area m z. e has o eharmel 6 . . . s tba¢ be- Newton, was hem at Senior oeen a cxty emproyee mr ne cause adio sound rs  FM, 271 A share of the proc..eds . ' . ": hail of EWSC at 10:30 Tuesday will go t:) the FFA. last 25 years. )eeause we're so close., or morning by the Afternoon Lit- Along with the operation of Burial will be in Farmont hat? We'll have to ask erary department of Tilicum the station, the farm boys will Memorial Park. Early, the ham operator who club with Mrs. Williazn Mohs also run a car wash for $100 usually has the answer to such as eh, arman of the occasion. (including window washing in- Theater to Remain things . . . The Queer Duck Mrs. Oarl Rudolf gave an im- side and out, complete floor Open During March was kind enough to say t of pressive memovml reading and ve:uum, white walls scoured, The Free Press the other day: a phque was placed, nmning etc.), and free coffee will be Mange,r Bill Kropp said this "Of the severa :media af corn- the senior hall lounge the Mary served all customers, week he would keep the Pix mmication and ,advertiskng Newton lounge. Stm was hose The chapter greatly needs theatre open during March here, your little home lper matlmr tlere for move than the ful'l support of the corn- with double feature lgrams does the most for the c ommun- 20 years. munity in their endeavor, on Thursday, Fri@ay and Sat- ity" . Tt'lks, Duck, old Was Tilicum President --Jim Patterson, reporter urday nights orgy. boy, o1 boy . . . These nice Mrs. Newton ws a member Because the programs are springy days are making us of the Afternoon Literary de- BISHOP WINS quite long or small children, wonder when daylight savings ,parment for many yeaS .and PTA BEEF PRIZE the doors wl open at 6:30 and time takes effect . . . An.l no was president o TiRcum club the shows wi start at 7 p. m. doubt George Fisher and Jim- in 1944-45. Gerry Bish(p ,of Spokane each evening, my Crawfard ave thinkin of Guests in addition to mem- ws the winner of 200 lbs. of On the program tb2s week- their Priest hke cabins. W, he bars of the Afternoo Literary beef, ,cut ,and wrapped which end will be a stoy of the someone asked us if it isn't a section were Dr. In S. Patter- was awarded by the Chancy Alaska gold rush entitled litt difficult to be .a commut- son, EWSC president; Mrs. high school PTA. Curt Dite- "North to Alaska," starring ing editor we replied yes, but Stagey Pierce, Tilicum club man, Sr., route 1, Spokane, won John Wayne and "Hootenny it has one advan, tage. If we presiden,t; Mrs. Eva Conner, the transis'toT radio, ttoot," featuring many current- write something people get laresent Senior hail matron, ly popular folk singers. "Real mad bout, we're 1prig gone and three students, Ann, Dun- Gary Sooy spent Friday treat for movie-goers of all when the paper comes out. gan, Semor la.ll president, Ben- night and Saturday with Jo,hn ges," said Mr. Kr(pp: No And with that, we'd better sign nie ,and Connie Coe, who were Frost  change in prices. .ff .... : I friends of Mrs. Newton. mmmmml/|llmm Gheney school distaqct vot- e,rs will go to the poll i a specml school elocti'on on Marth 16, Step 2 of a three- step leng-rage Ifiarm develop- ed by the school board in the spring and summer of 1964. Step 1 was approved by the voters in, SepCembe-, 1964 and provided local funds needed to build the new Cheney high school n Fisher Field, re,mod- el the present high sc'hool for use as a junior high and pro- vide minimum fu, rniture and equipment. Step 2 will povide addition- al furniture and eqmpment for the new high school, provide grassed llayfiel at all six of the dstrict's schools, a new football field arid rack at te school a,d two additional schoot buses. The levy, which replaces last fall's proposed 13 mill levy, has been set at 9.9 mills by the school board. As previ0us}y @ovted ia the Fee Press, this levy Was or- igtna set at 13 mil. H- ever, the bo,zrd w able to re- dce e levy :nmre than three .rattls because they  have some investment earnin from marm voted st fa'll and invested until needed mad be. catme close fu of furni- ture ad equipment needs h reduced the  re- q. Also, neighborhood per- ticipion in playground de- veert at each svhool will red, me the cost to the tapay- e. Endorsements Coming In One of the firs grouls in the di¢t to endtmse the pas. sage of the Mah 16 levy was the (Yaeney C2mbev of (km- meree. Individual endoxse in- elude Cheney ,builder Bob Wil- son ho aid. I made  de- esio hfore the ,st lt f'tk We can't q' next year until  j:ts dre," Ca Atkinson, Natton,Is- ct cOvay pat mmsger, stall, "whe we voted W to .lmid the salmon, we impelled we would  aad eqtp it. How can we not vote for the pvesert levy?" .Mettt JOhustm*, Ceney t-: torney, feels "the Levy s neces- sary fox  360 to develop a deqtmte edcatienei pro, gram. I see no frills that conM be eliminated." Carlea Pack- ard, Cheney h school agri- culture mstru,ctor, said that "the ed,ucation children e is oly a good as the teachers. A good tean will not move to a poor farm, poorly equip- ped, any more tha a good teacher will move to a school, poorly equipped." This sentiment was echoed by Art Beaudreau, heney high school shop instructor, when he said "we must do this now or much of it will never be one. Piecemealing thi sort of tkg relts only i a odgepodge." Amber Participates Amber school district voters approved Amber's hare o the :new Cmney high  at a p election held ia Decem- ber, 1964. Nearly all Amber votem went to the pols and over 90 per cent of t yes on a $121,000 bond issue. Their share of the new lfigh sclool project is ,about 10 per cent of its cost. More Funds Needed An ifarmation brochure de- veloped by the sahoal district ,stus that the first levy hst all provided $21,575 for the purchase of furniture and equipment. ExamIles of needs in the new high school are.: general classroom furniture, $23,250; library furniture, and equipment, $6,000; fareign rtguage hbovaty, $4500; h o m e m a k i n g equipment, $6,000; s h o p equipment, $7,000; and gymnasium bleach- ers, $12,000. Brochures explain- the elecon are avai1ble from all school offices, the su. peritendent's office and in muny businesses in the school di.striet. EWSC To Join Alpha Kappa Delta Fstern Wahingto State Oollege has been aclmitted to memberslp in All, ha I.YIm Delta, ratiorml sociological mn, i ar socieCy. Alfl'ed J. PrinCe, EWSC as- sistant proessor of sociology and director o the college's so- cial work program, said he will :: preceed immedtely to estab- hsh a Gamma of Washington clgter of the national honor- ary at EWSC.