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THE WEEKLY NEWSPAPER SERVING SOUTHWEST SPOKANE COUNTY 68 ,Number 45 :k Preview Show ,aller in Numbers But nt In Quality o,f 19 head of bee three head of dairy entered in the an- Livestock Preview Saturday. the show was the in many years, it e very into'resting, ' FFA reporter results: Kenny Dobbins second, Karen ribbon; third ns, red ribbon. place, De l*ores 'red ribbon. Firs:t place, blue ribbon; sec- red ribbon; red rib- Harris, red Gary Ruepple, Pirst place, blue ribbon; Bigger Better favorite of the In- in. entertainmen gantic all new 11th An- Shrine Circus Polack Bros.. the "best ever." Will thrill to the faces, costumes, nim- for Slokane's toR. W. general chair- Ccus wtlrl 23, through wit'h six per- a.nima the .all nev, 1965 El . produced of Dainty Dogs Wonder two dozen of debutmR presented dance and into the hearts all ages! These caliciou s little easily the best- of all dog- vast repertoire raerit the beau- stars sharing Alex _ E1 Kigodo's Kirby's chim- Bros. faro- Presented by Wood- f,amily will authentically ridin Pds, acr Hank Duo; La Nor, sin,gle tra- lh-wire or a provocative sire- ave stars of the of clutchs, acro- thrill acts to 1965 E1 and it's for every- scheduled 23, at 7:3) p. 24 at 10 ra.. 'ad 7:30 p. April 25 at P.m. on$ students t State Col- Promotions in Ofiars unit. san of Mr. Lucas. 7th & to cadet of Che- Ham is a jun- cadet m.astr C. Beke, C. J. Beke, ,senior at EW- in industrial Che- ha 1961. sonof C. Wil- has been pro- first sergeant. majoring in pc- and pre-hw. second, F. Best, blue ribbon; third, J. McCoury, red ribbon,. Herefords  First place, Anne CordiH, blue ribbon; sec- ond, Carol Sooy, Mue ribbon; third, Gary Sooy, blue ribbon; fourth, Carol Sooy, red ribbon; fifth, Gary Soy, red ribbon; sixth, J. McCoury. red ribbon; sevcVh, J. McCoury, red rib- bun; eighth, Rex H:a,rke, red ribbon: ninth, Jenny McCoury, red ribbon; tenth, Connie Best, u'hite ribbon. Winners Listed Final placing, overall steers: Champion--Arme Cordial; reserve champion, Carol Sooy; blue, Anne Gordill; blue, Gary. Sooy; blue, Neln CordiH; blue, F. Best In the Fitting and Shwing, Dr. togar Harder. from the Cheney Veterinary Clinic judged participants on show- in,g ,ability, groomness of steer arid shower, calmness and ac- tions of steers. They were judged as follows: First place, Anne CordiH champion; second, Carol Sooy, reserve champion; third, Anne Cordill, blue; fourth, Rex Harke, blue; fifSh, Gary. Sooy, blue; sivth, Jennifer Jordon, red; seventh. N. Cordil], red; eighth, Delores Steher, red; ninth, Frankie Best, red; tenth, J. McCoury, red. Judged Very Difficult Judges for the Preview were Le,s Williams, Dale LeAn an Nick Marsh. They said the lar- ger classes of beef stock, es- pecially the herefords, were very. difficult to judge. They gave blue ribbons: to he steers judged as prime; red ribbons to choice steers and white bbon to good steers. The prmake feed, sponsored by the Ohamber of Commerce, was again a big success. Busi- nessmen serving as cooks were arry Deiningev, Ehner Lui- ten, Pete SmAth and Harry (Chef) M_sman. Winers of the morning judging contest were Gary Sooy, first; Judy Pbb, second; Nelson Cord Jr., third; Su- san MeCoury, foul% and John. Jordon, fifth. Dale Leh was offiali,l contest judge. In  dult jud'giag eortest Dr. Harder was first; Darrell Steher, second; Mrs. Hovard Marsh, third, and Glean Best fourth, and Mrs. Melvin Marsh, I fifth. 2 Area Sludenls Gain Admittam Two Cheney.arca students have been 'admitted to the pro- fessional education program at Eastern Washington State Col- lege. They are Mary H. Kam- mer'zel, dau,ghter of Mrs..Les- lie lay Barber, 211 6th, Ohe- ney, arid Dvid R. Harris, son of Mr. ,and Ms. Elmer Harris, Tyiar. Dr. LoveiI E. Patmore, EW- SC professor of education and director of professkmal admis- sions, said admittance to the Drogrm is a prerequisite to upper division courses in ed- ucation, .and is granted only after studerts have completed at least their soffhomore year. Miss I4ammerzell is a semor social sttdes major at EWSC. A 1962 graduate,- of Cheney High SchoM, Harris isa jtmier n,atuval science major at East- ern. CANCER CRUSADE THURSDAY NIGHT Your Crusade dollars will fight carmer, bring life saving facts into your homes, offices, schools and aetovies. Dollars bold keep doctors up to date on developments, ease home >roblems of caner patients and support eaner research. Cheney volunteer workers will make a 'hou.se to house canvass Thursday beginning at 6 p. m. under the direction, of the local cancer branch and the Spokane County-unit of the American Cancer society. Cars will take workers to all ,a of the city. Young wn- en from the cllege ,md youth oups will be volumeevs for the evenirg. Sheiton Named Btraness students t Eastern W.ashitgton State College have n,a'med Thomas J. Shelton, Che hey, as president ef the BusL hess Club for next year. Cheney, Washington, Friday, April 16, 1965 CAN'T WAIT--Todd and Cathy Breitenfeldt, son and daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Dorvan H. Breitenfeldt, 634 Clever Court, believe in the adage, "the early bird gets the worm." Only in this case, it's the early hunters getting the egg. The pair will join scores of other Cheney Miss Belly Gamon Will Participate In European Tour Miss Betty Gamin of Che. ney is one of a gret of out- statding yotmg lclies Im has applied fr arid been aeoted as a member of the 1965 Peo- ple to People Home al Fm- ily Life delegation to Evape. Depar.g June 21, the gou,p wi lather in Sk,_ne that evening ov a final pre- departure meeting prior to taking off for Washington, D. C. where members will re- ceive ,a&ditionl briefings from officials of ,host governm.ts and from American officials abroad, and special emphasis 41 be placed o meeting and associating with counterparts in each country. The People to Peole idea inspired by former Presiden Fhsnhower, has the .high pur- pose of promoting understand- in,g ad cooperation between the people of the wrld on a person to person bas. Grmps such .as this, it is felt, travel- ling as citizen ambassadors can do much to help exhlish mutual understa, ding and re- spect, thus making a personal eorWibution to a better worm for all. She is the niece of Dr. and Mrs. Wilfred Gamon, 10 West Sixth St ALEX RAJALA NEW PRESIDENT AT CHENEY HIGH Alex Rajala was elected pres- ident of the Cheey Hi,ffh School student body for 1965- 66 in balloting this week. Others elected wre Ron Mickelson, first vice president; Pat Snapp, second vice pres- ident, and Renee lahflleo, secre- tary. New twirlers chosen are Jill Lambert, Patty Hair and Betty Smith. Cheerleaders wilt be lAnda Horton, Marge Lindsay, Dee Dee Montague and Stephanie Decker. sohgleaders are Patti Gusseck, Georete Young and ackie Morlan. 2 MORE BULL SESSIONS TOLD Toby Hase, Clmaey. rector- 15" purchased two Aberdeen Angus burs from A & K An- gus Ranch, Wirmrm. The Twin K Ranch, Cheney, has reported the sale of two registered horned Hereford bulls to Henry E. Aman. Ione. ildren tomorrow at Sutton Park for the nnual Easter Egg hunt, sponsored by the dheney Junior Chamber of Commerce. The hunt starts at 9 a. m. for kids 3 through 10 years of age. Farm Bureau ]PEGGY SMITH ]INSTALLED AS [F A ,11 FJ H OFFICER = _ _:,.. P Sa jumor at in. Farm i ! I _ ...  ._ .__ . loffic f the Won As- "She imminent  me wem- ........... [, e Future Homemak- mgmn ate -m ureau m I., of wmg to mobilize o1ami ..... r ........... Administrcion% [offdcem was a malor l lt xm m ,me ra mee at Y " ..... " ......... ] of he state ting farm m preseme to , }a,,,,4,,tt m4n Vacetn gress last week and to seek ''' ""-" tio in support of a Farm Bu,reau.bcked hi-partisan pro- pesal introduced in beth hous- es of Congress nearly Ch months ago. Max Benitz of Prosser, state F, arm Bureau president, c- ed that the Administraon's new farm proposals would take a long step in the wrorrg direction,, would make farm- ers more dependent than ever on goverrment hand-Dells, and would give the Secretary of Agriculture more autheriW to manipuhte prices. He said the Administration ,ha atsely c,Mimed that the program would achieve fult parity of iacme for farmers. Ths is impossible, he said, be- cause average subsidized pric- es under the program would be less thn parity for all eom- medities ilmluded in the ffi. "Oy in the ease of wheat and rice does the program provide fox 100 per een of parity pric- es and that apses only to the porUon used fr donestic food eormumption," ,he added. Called Inconsistent Hgner prices to consumers or ,bread, pasties, fl)ur, other w, heat products m,d rice would mare than offset alleged sav- irgs in program costs, BenRz said. "For every tax dollar saved under the program the nation's consumers would pay $1.50 in higher food costs. Since people with 1,ov ncemes sped ,a higher percentage af the food d 'oLar for grai,n pro- duets, they would be affected most. This is lrdly consistent with the President's antiov- e ...... ram" he added 'I.V l , "'" t The Farm Buau presulen said hhe organization strongly supports bills now bere Con- re:ss that would provide for vohmCary land retirement, a . realistic wheat and feed grai program that would allow far- mers greater fom tc com- pete for expanding markes at home nd abram, and would permit .an orderlY reduction f present surplus steks KINDERGARTNERS TO BE REGISTERED Leloy I, priap, of Betz, is aski!a.g all Imrents o eli#ble Kinderartene. who ,have not yet registered for next year to contact the Betz shool office. Single Copy I0 Cent Sunrise Services Planned Sunday At Fisher Field; Churches Mark Holy Week It.My week in Cheney has l been observed with meetings; and services in the varioas churches. On Monday at 7:30 p. m. a visual Passion SoW was held at Emmanuel Lutheran church; on Thursday, Maundy Thurs- day communion services were herld a,t the Christian church .a":d Good Friday meditati this eve,rfing at 8 at the United Church of Ohirst is oen to all persons. Easter Sunday Sunrise set- Bill Authorizing New EWSC Library Inlo Law iSermte Bill 520, adopted in the extra session of the Leis hture, which auorized $1,5 ]'ature, which autlmrized $1,500,000 for the constructiqn of a new llbmry at Fmstevn Washington State Co];lege, has been signed by the Governor ard is now Law. "There was ,an emergency clause on this bill," Senator John L. Cooney, sponsor of the measure, exphined, "and this makes it effective immediate- ly," ,he told the Free Press Wednesday. Cooney said that Congress had passed the Higher tduca- tion Pacilities Act of 1964, to make funds available for the library project. Serrate Bill 520, which is now Chapter 4 of the Laws of 1965, ena,h4es the col- lege to allot the funds with the approval of the governor and budget director. Sen. Coney, member of the Rules Cmmittee, said flint he kind ,high hopes that  of lihst- ern's budgetary request could be met in the remaining days of thi Legislative C, eson. C YCUrt hene o s Jstee Cu--Jotm I--[n, ,mh'a, ?eed, fiued $10 (lqxdl),-$6 ousts; Jn Ibbehien, 607 C St., speed- ig, forfeits1 $12; Wayne A. Fairbu,rn, 320 J St., no rear iew , forfted $7; Har- oM F. Pendel], Rt. 2, peeding, forfeRed $64. tobart W. Peterso, lk- warn, S. D., future to dim lights, no valid li; forfeit- ed $15; Robert L. Peterson, 304 North 6th St., no vid oper- ator's license, fined $5 (sus- pended), $6 costs. Charles D. Wegner, Portl'and, speedirg, forfeited $12; David A. I-Ioefe:r, Spokane, deective equipment, no taft light on traer, fini $10 (susvended), $6 costs. Police Court--Larry F. Beck- or, E 1242 2rid St., soeeding, no operator's icense on person, fined $39; Joseph R. Fay, Spo- vices at l'isher Field will be at 6 a. m. The Communally Church of Che.,ney  be the 1rest to al the district Cam- munity churches fr a Sunrise Service at their church here. Eastarn, Sunday Sum'ise sar- be 'at 11 a. m. at the churches, with .special mtmde aml hap- of members. The Christian church will have a program by the Sun- day school classes at 10 a. m. preccling worship sarvices ad admission of new mere- bars. The Methodist chuh wi, l bold Easter Services at 11 a. m. with music by so,or an iunior choirs. A number of baptisms were hem Palm Slm- day at the Mefh(dist church. There are 12 churches now active in Cheney, with at least two denorninatieas hg ser- vices in the Betz sebx, while wa@rg ir new buildin A Sunday Seheol Easter pro- gram and untied service be- ginng at 10 a. m. will ,be hem at the Ohurch of the Nazarene, the Rev. George W. Nic'hols reported. : Easter Sunday evenirrg a church choir cantata will fea- ture, "The Victorious Christ" by Haldor Lilenas. New Census Expected [To Be 3,746 t Oheney's latest pepultion fi'm'e is ex to be bout 3,7 ierease of l0-- when final figures are ta,llied, dThi rert .w ivea Tue y zght at City Cmadi ig. The oems is taken an- nual, l by 'memhe  the Christ   woflt- em reported m  ot 102 atW stae lege over  O0llled year. The  centare total was 3,596. The Council declined to take action on a pImsed tbie h'-- _bra for . A committoe trust.been formed to promote a lttbiie library. ,trot a repre- i senttive was not present at the meethg. ,ayor Nlan Brown ivited representatives of the group to meet with the Chin.nell dur. ing ay or June, at which time more specific details could be aired regardin Ixxssible loea- Uon .and plojeeted cost of the library. At that time, ,he said, the C'otil couM move, effectively reflect on w, hether the matter can be #ven priority when the 1966 Nutget ,ix being . Discussion of the matter was Wompted by a letter rlated to the library, requestix City Cmcil U, entin, from Mrs. Louis Stear, 6hairma o the MISS ,PEGGY SMITH Peggy ws e4cted second vice president from Region 4 at the regional Recog, rtion Day meeting at Ceney on Ma,ch 20. She will participate n regional activities and wi.l serve on the state executive council. Peggy has been active in the CImney FIIA capter and has been secrelary and I president of :her c l.pter. _ I Deadline Announced I .Mrs. Margaret wao anal ,. . .... Miss Judy Moore also attend-Iror Memorial I-und ed the state meethN from Che-] The conmittee in charge of troy. the Mary Newton memorial hone, speeding, fined $17. 14brary committee. PmalLa A. McAtee, N 27 5111 tn ofiher business the Jtmior St., failure to yield right of l Chamber,,h,r of Commerce was way, cusirg accident, fined I granted a permit to ogerate a $20 ($10 suspended), $2 costs; James B. Panther, Walh Wala, fai}ure to 'have ear trader con- trol, forfeited $29. Richard E. Selmns, negligent 4rivirtg, drivin,g privileges re- stricted for 60 dys. Sclmns ht vehicle ,parked o oposite side of street while going East on 5th St. ["safe and sane" fireworks stmut again this year at the A & W Drive-In. The C(m._rtc adopted a new ordinanee concerning phttin i,n the city following a pol made by the Plam in (:mmis- stun, which completed final de- tails on the ordinance Movay night. The olxmaee, a tong- thy one, will be pu in fu*ll n next week's paper. Wally Beard, who managed the 'new city swimming 13oo.1 last summer, was tEred as m*an,ager again this summer. 'Education Fair' To Be Held At Elementary PTA An "Edu(mtion Fair" with chsswork dispys and sam- )los of work done bY students tis year wffi be arranged in the Betz um for the Elementary PTA meeting Mon- CHENEY HOT LUNCH Morday -- Browned beef fund armounees that hhe fund is soon to he considered elosed and c0tributtons should go to the .fmily or to Eastern Wash- ington State College. Contributions should he made soon and addressed to Mrs. Oscar Johnson or Miss Ce- cil Dryden, Chomey. lrvin Leier was granted per- Son to cut a drive way tar, Ough the curb at 705 First St., where Leiferhs Apartments are located. The drive way wi alMv mre parking fadliies. DITTMAR ON LIST Word has been received from Mr. and Mr C. A. Dirt- day at, 8 p. m. A To, of Students," via sRdes taken by Priamioal Le- Roy Nherwood during the year, hs been included o the po- am. The p,m has been ,arrm'ged so flint 'all parents of elementary  tkiklren s'Id find sorneChing of inter- est. gnstsllation o new affiee will cotude the peogram. MARKETS W, Mte Club, ,bushel ........ $ 1.36 Soft White, bushel ........ $ 1.36 B,rley, ton ...................... $42.50 cornbread, fruit cup. gravy, mashed potatoes, beet pickle, oange section peXm.ut butter ,sandwic.h, pudding. Tuesday -- Beef and nood- les, buttered corn, cheese sticks, baking pwdev biscuit creamy cole slw, apeicota Wedrmsday -- Chili, hzed crots, tossed salad, sweet rIk Thursday Iboast beef brow gra, whpped pota- toes, ,green bem, prune beead. Friday Fish sticks, but- tered peas, perfectiea sad m'ar, who are traveling ,t hrough Mexico, that their sam Mid- shipman Oharles A. Dittmar. has been roamed to the supe- intendet's .list of the U. S. Naval Academy. Trustees Will Meet The Board of Truses of Eastern Wgto State Col lege .has scheduled a .business meeUrg tonight at 7:30 in ,be CAvic Ro(m of the Spokane Chub.