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68, Number 46 THE Stale Office Robert Bender 13rd Quarter Canal,date /CHS Honor Roll &apos;Given re's'dent, Mrs. Rob- Prin, cip,al George Fi,she:r has , Bender, is a can- released the third quarter hon- 0,r Late of'rice as the or roll .at Oheney Hig:h School, Washington State as follows: of American Asso- SeniorsRuth Bell, Teresa )f University Women Bitting, Edna Cheerer. Patri- this week- cia Edamatsu, Carla Fackrell, Linda Gray, Nancy Johnson, R oHene Jo,hnston, Eric Leigh- nirtger, Carter Renner, Linda Simpn, Mike Snapp, Nora Tibbitts, B eruha Wa,hl and Lyn- d,a Whittinger. Juniors -- Patty Deininger, Steve Dobbins Cheryl Goertz Rick Hilton, Marlene Hoover Jennifer Jordon, Margaret Kerr, RuLh Lass, Mike Liddell. I,ynne Learner, Judy Moore Carolyn Poore, Alex Raj.ah, Peggy Smith, Peggy Thompson and Sa, ndra Yoder. I Sophomores -- Patty Clht- I btrr, Darlene Deinffrer, Ann I Fletcher, Gary Linen,bee, Bi],l I McDonough, Tom Oswald, Re-. nee Philleo. Pam Reid, Ken Secrest, Dan Simcbuk, Diana Smith, Pat Snapp, Bill Wad- dington and Guns Wlliam,son. , Freshmen -- lVargaret Blair ROIERT BENDER Bill Brooks, DMe Buob, Lynn lliLan Carson, ob Crbb Wife of a:n East- Ken Dobbins, Pamela lchn- State College au, Mary Qoos, Dean Halw is a candida Lirtda H ardie, Dennis Hauer term as Wash- Jerry Hilton, Mao Kembel, secretary. Her Susan Mercer Susan Murphy, Bob ($ackie) ln Nieol, Pl{it Stiffler, Rose- president of the mary Swank, Linda Thur, Tom of AAUW. Whitfield, Anrm Williamson President is and Doug Wilson. ,r, Seattle, active in AAUW and national Nrs Lausen West com- Taken By Death Year. member f the of AAUW, is  Funeral seTvices for Mrs. ,as cbzairraan of Lusen (Viola) West were ,held meeting, which yesterday fl'om emo'ial cheap- at the Rid-el of Jerue Funeral Home, with Roy. Donald Ross offciat- are ng. Burial w at Greenwood Sherrard, Memorial Terrace, Spokane. assoete f0vn ,Mrs. Wet died Monday in u. C., ad Mrs. St. Lukes 'hospital fter a an AAUW week's ess. She as bom on assistant Jme 16 1878, in Minnesota, .a East- ad canoe to Washington 60 AAUW years ao, where she gl her t  lmsband farmed in the Lance Ils area, tmtil ,g 10 Col- years ago, when they nmved in SPO- to Cheney. Survivors are her ,h, tasad voting at the borne, me sister, Mrs. Satur- Blanche Bernard, Lewiston, larticivate I&aho, one brother, Ettgene tech- Jolmson, Brooking, Ore., a,nd by Dr. a n,umber of nieces. research pro. f.m-rerl the .,. $ ,. r members 685 Boxes for 00a00-Sell 1,  hon- wi The Camp Fire Girls lea,d- Miss ers Ass'n met Wednesy morning at ,the hovne of Mrs. oug- Mil- Ted Stah.l,born. Mrs. larl Hfl- Jean &ard- ton presided and Mrs. Frn Mrs. Akers, Spokane, w,s laresen W. from ,headquarters. leo Sin, at1, It was reported that the IS. Keith mint sale totaled 1,685 boxes A. Shons,' sold in Oheney. Beverly Jordan earned a fult mintship for 'self ig the most boxes. Kaven K:I- ta., Janice Dew and Brigid )E N TS Eaton earned a half mintship. Mrs. F. J. Schadeg was N T clubman of sales. Alt roups will hodd a son fast on My PLAY 6 at 3:30 p. m. in etz scltood sthdehs to learn On, rap songs, with the Horizon el, ub of Mrs. Stah,1- State born as song lades. named to The grand concil fire was m the coge , Molieve's pl.ay, set for May 27. The next Lead- " pite of Him- es meeting will be n May 10. B. Mickel- CHENEY STUDENTS Mrs. Hen- WIN PROMOTIONS anti guardian Two Chancy students at Eas- Hussins, ern WaShington State Cotlee i,s a have won promotions in the college Reserve Officers Train- inlg Corps unit. 'at EWSC. Robert M. Heineman,n, son .of Medical of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hne- s a fresh- mann, 716 5th, is a new cadet captain. Heinemann is a sen- Presented ior :industrial arts major at oera, EWSC. Combined Pamald N. Knoshug, son: of EWSC de- Mr. 'and Mrs. Clifford Kno- d music sbaug, Route 1, is a iso a new begin- cadet captain. Knolmug is a nior mathematics major at EWSC. bushel Both Heinemann nd Kno- bushel ........ $1.36 saug are 1961 graduates of ........ $1.36 Chancy High Sctmol. $42.00 r.ex. mi.. p. Art Show Planned ............ 61 39 .15 T Club will present a ............ 55 39 .0 sidewal  tr AToll 30 mad ............ 53 32 tm M I, featuring oi at ............ 52 31 182 ",s by city resiflens anti ............ 57 39 .16 from various schools. The show ............ 45 39 .00 w be held down town Che- ............ 58 44 .00 ney. WEEKLY NEWSPAPER SERVING SOUTHWEST SPOKANE COUNTY Cheney, Washington, Fhy, April 23, 1965 Single Copy 10 Cents IOpening Day Madness Will Flood Area Lakes PROJECT STARTEDWork on the Betz Elemtary School playground was started this week, with teacher, administra- tors and volunteers pitching in to develop the sit, plant grass, remove rocks and fill sprinkler ditches. From ;left are Earl Moos, Betz teacher, and Principal' LeRoy Ish. o' ,yground Development i Daylight Saving Time Starts Sunday Daylight Saving Time starts at 2 a. m. Sunday, Ap- ril 25, in the State of Wash- ington. Residents should set their clocks ahead one hour when they retire Saturday night so. they will be on time for church and in step with the rest of the state Sunday morning. Strong Schools Like Democracy Albers Declares "Strong Schools Are Like A Democracy" was the subject ot l Win Aibers, instal,ling officer at the Elementory PTA meet- ing Monday evening. AIbers, Fifth district PTA president, of Sopkane VMley, said, "Strong sehools dn't just happen, they are like a democ- St rted At Betz Schodl ray; you have to work fo a them and it is a big job for , u i both pare n and teachers. If Deve}opment of the lhy- lakes this week  scare work[you sit back and let someone ground at Betz Elemental. at,heir school. ; ' [ else do the work, you soon ose School got underway this week The project is urder way. [ the eene of democracy and Principal LeRoy Is:herv'ood an- We are going to need lots of [a :socialistic attitud e 'soo. pre- ounced. volunteers to make the lawn a, vails." Other schoo t'hraughut the reality," Ishodd said. Officers irstalled were Rev. [strict will also begin work on "So far, eve has been George W. Nichols, p'esident; their playgrounds, as part od extremely helpft,:In the neat Stephen Spocek, vice presL a district-wide effort c.m'din- future we will  askint for i dent; Mrs. E}mo Battler, secre- ated through the Sch,ool Bard. more help. If tlbse who can [tavy; and Mrs. C-vetchen Eaton, Much of the work w be wiU donate a ifltle time, we [treasurer. v'ounteer, on a cost-sharing ,hope it von't 0,rbur-I I:)elegtes to the state con- basis. Volunteers and sdtmol den on any one pers or]vention in Syokate are Mrs. officials wi}l leel l,  nd group," he dded Eatl and M. Pat Co_mtk back fill spinkle" ditches rRke ..... ] In other business, President ad remove rocks and sev and  [ Wler Pow   tand- rake in.grass seed and fertfliz- MANY D iing committees for fiwat re- er'Bach principal will  FAMILY REUNION 151001 ports, forit WaSd ' a ,a and develop work at his AT CITY HALL playground. The FTAis school site, pmvidi assist- the aommaemg ormition toy a,nce to the sponsori group. A fdmi vetmion ceebrat- this project. ]sherwood and  Mvas,  <tays af Mary Ash- The pa'ogrm, a "Educa- a teacher at Bet, z, matured  Fmk Shemaltex t2um Ylair" arranged by teach- ws .held April II a City Ha,ll. evs and students at Botz, i- divg vee Harold am1 e2uded exhibits  al of the American Legion  Reed; Edd, Judy, Cindy grad, k.hel0em ,taroTh ad Doug Grimm; June, Pete, eighth ,grade. Record Season Forecast; Economic Benefits Seen Surday is the oq>enn of the summer fishing season, and about 15 per cent of Washing- ton State's entire population is expected to turn out for the affair. At last count the State of Washington coRained over 410,000 paid-license anglers, ,bout 50,000 freedicensed odd- stern vet:era and blind, and around 150,000 non,licen anglers urder the age of 16. With favorable weather, up to 500,000 of these anglers may be expected to turn  for the big ,opemng day Sunday. And though Washirgton contains over 8,000 bodies of water, the majority .of opemng-day an,g- lets  be concentrated on lss than 500 dffferen llakes. Openirg-day anglea,s headed or one of the popuhr, re- .habLlitated waters ave aTt to find crowded crr&iti.ons, with a shortage ,of boats for rent and parkiag space in sme areas, but many anglers seem to find the crowds lat of the fun. They'll Stqrt Early Evidence of the hrgest sin- gle ng event in the state will be sven on the liighways l, org before the sun comes up and ,again in the afternoon as fishermen retttrn to their omes. Arid the businessman w'l also feel the effects. EConomic estimates show th the stae's anglers phmk down over $60 re}Ilion a year in p'suit off their sport, ,and a tot of that l money goes ou this week and! on opening day. i .... Sales vol,mes flrt tlm state attest-to the ,hordes ..of ulles hix te lat- est 'lres, a  reel, a fresh )r of bait, or even a ,new 'boat. Satttrdy night a Su,mlay see .service staliens, res- taurants, mote's and res0ts flooded with aglers--and cash receipts. Ttmttgh the state does. co- tain other kinds of fish, the big catCh on opening dy wifl be trout. Rainbow trout Va'imarily, vith lesser rmbea-s of cut- Auxilia Seleds o, Harold ad John De- Among the ott pro- ff Trat; Dave aad Bonn. Cal- jeers were a social seiee pro- vert; Mrs. Dr Sel, ers. Mr. and jeet ,on the develolXnet of the Chud Garne; Ma several Jennifer Jordon , Myrtle, Harold  Ed- scienceStae ofpvojects.W,an,a maa,, dean: Dea .th Ta kes Jenrtifer Jordon has been die Howe; Betty, La., Belin- ostvation md umeaxms r selected by the American Leg- da and Mary Hardie; Bill, Pat, displays from the upper LOU|S Frz ion Auxiliary to represe,n,t Che- David and Cheryl Calvert; grades. ney High School at Girl s State Grace ,and Neff Humbert; John A teleranm prepped by Mrs. and H, azel Oamp; Albert Stone; Andrew's first grade drew con- Louis Franz, long ime resi- June 14-21 at Eliensburg. Lamayme, Marie, Barbara and siderable attention, dent here, died Wednesday at Steven Larson; Ile Pritzl; A1- lineipal LeRoy Ihevw, the Chancy Nuvsi,ng Home. i: ice, Lorie .and Tevri Austin; showed slides 'he ,had takenl: i Funeral sea-vices will be held ....... Tom Sheal:tr; Mrtha David; students at work rand at p y Saturday ,at 2 p. m. at Jerue Mahln, A}pha, April,and Bran- and of teachers drect:var-: FuneM Home, Burial wil be da Hargraves; Claentce, Neva ious activities during"  the at Spokane Memorial &ardens. and Sim Egbart; Howard mad school yeas. Further details were lackin i Franz; Sim Johnson; a,t press time Thursday morn- Fred, Ida, Ranm'e, Pat, Mike Lorene .and Brenda McKinley; Ben, rchitect Wi[] ing. : Lois, Kenny. KeRh and Kerry Present Lecture e$ i!'! Mewrfl; Ada Bauer, Walter and Foland Produce  Betty Wilson; ERa, John a ud, Spokane architect William .................... I]ne Showalter; Lulle Scklv- H. Trogdon  psent a Open For Busines er; An.n Gilmore; Jerome, Lou-dlectu,re on "lhsdental $ ise, Jerry, Joe and Imamae Architecture" in ,the Eastern Hmmerel; G-qrley ShowMter; tn State CoRee Ckm- The newest addition to the- Smae Daniel,ar2 ances, Art, temporary Art Series of lee-: ney's business district is Fo- Doug, Patty Steve HaSten; tuves Tlmrsdy eve." g.in the hnd's Produce, which opened this week at 1122 First St., ......... FAaine Showalter, Janet and Hll of Sciees auditor}urn az wher e Crl's "IV wus formerly Jenny Hall. EWSC. The rogram, stag at 8 k)cated. 00*00ATE TEAM p.m., is on to the public Dick Foind, vcner, wikl re- withe charge, tail a complete Line of arden DEFENDS TITLE upnes, fis hing supplies, in- JENNIFER JORDAN Oheney High School's varsiCy Surplus Food Truck chdirrg eggs, worms and he*l- gramites, slwubs, bedding Firmlists were Sue Ham, May- debate team successfully de- Coming Wednesday p:hS,fertilizer.fruitSice andandotherVegetatles'items. fended it',s league, chanio-, The surplus food truck wil lene Hoover and Miss Jordon. ship April 14 in a p,myott wm t Fohnd, who aso works as a ;election is based on ch,araete, [le at University High be in Cheney Wednesday at 1 East Va y : p m The truck will be parked Spokane fireman, wifl operate leadership a, nd seholars:p and School ........ n [ in the lot west of the C - the business from 9 a. m. to 6 physical fitness. . Coach Don wAee an ]pus School on Seventh Street. p" m. daffy until the wetlher The Ame:ri.can Legion Aucil- lmKeison', ano . ! .,_a.  I Persons warting to register improves, when he will be ary wishes to thank he tel- the negative_ agmnst .lar [for surplus food slould report open 9 a. m. to 9 p. m., also lowing organizations in making Cracker and Brat cnenmse . . ......... seven days a week. it possible for them t'o sponsor f "st Valley Scores were re ,me otnce  ne Lean o a represen,tative to Girl's State: 'i l]on 18 }ata 23 Cock Students, Room 210, Shoal- HIS sons, Wayne and Dug- line  ., ' . ::_ 2_ " J tar HM1, 1 to 4 p. m. Wednes- l:as, witl operate the store en Gamma Theta Chapr, Beta er 22 a'nd SchemmsKe iY. days when he is working at his Sigma Phi Lions C[u,b, J)b's Points are scored on a basis diay. Officials from the Wel- firem ducties. The Fohnds Daughters, Altar Society of St. (f 1 o 5 points each for analy- fare Office. will be on harm to Rose of Lima, PEO, Tilicum sis, ,argument, refutation, de[iv- register new _pexns and to are residents of Chancy. He began operatin,g the busi- Club and Royal Neighbors. ery, evidence and cress-ques- renew odd cards, ness Wednesday. Faculty Pair Will unng. RECITAL TUESDAY Dr. Gamon Attending Attend UW Sessions Henry Mickelson ,tern WaAngh Stale OaRege divisioi of creative Bay City Gathering Mrs. Stephanie Hatwas and Will Be Installed  will present a faculty re- cital by four members of the Dr. W. A. Gamon is attend- Kenneth Hallett, cuhy mem- A Cheney man, Henry B. cliege drtt of musie ing the ann.ualscientificcssem. bes at Cheney High School, M=tckeson, 913 Fourth St.,  staff Tuesday evenin at 8:15 bly  the Aznerican Academy will attend the University of be tnstatled Smclay ,as presi- in Show-leer Auditorium on of Germral Practice in Sa WaShington Summer Institute. dent of Bada'n Washingto the EWSC camtms in Charley. FrmwAsco. ISatlett teaches biology and State Oolle Delta Kap PL Dr. Ganmn, a nmmber of the Mrs. ffalwas teaches . rmtionl education tmnor3 r. aclemy, will ,hear 32 speak. He will attend the instRute in tkm of aficers  'Shots' Available ers  up-to-the-mn,te adia! on biology and Mrs. Hal- inii,tion af eight new mere- Slk polio vaxine and other heMth care topics. He wil also was will attend the institute hers will tke p! ace a the Hal-4nocuhons wil be given at have an opportunity to visit for secondary school teachers ltday Inn, Spokane. in the at- the American Leon Hall more than 100 scientific and f German. ternoon. Monday staing at 9:30 a.m. 200 teohnical exhibits. throat and st fewer brook trout and other trout species. To be envied by a,nlers ia, most other prts of the United States, Wa.shmgton's gle.s will creel ckse to: 2 on fat trout on enng day alorte. Only In This State Providing such fishing suc- cess hr such crowds of fishe- men is le ony tlmrd "rehabilitation," a tool irt - plied or a 'large c,le  the State of Vashi,ngton rtd lopted by all of the ,big fish- irrg states. habitita,,)n, by (fl:eai_ng e raKe or undesi.vble com- potintg fish aml replanting wih cavefuy selected fish parthliy .reared in ,a ,lathery, enble fish poduction c exceeding the 'ratural ,ahity of mot lakes. The .reset will show on Sun- &ay--d'ozen of lkes ocated on he immediate frirge of ma- jor metrolaa}itan areas h0stin hundreds, of anglers and pro- tiding thousa.rds of trout. In fact, most of the opening day artglers will head fox one rehabilitated wter or another; these, such as Clear ake in Thurston coun,y where 5,000 opening,day anglers last yeax took 50,000 ram,bow trent av- erahg 10 inches in size, ha- ing the reputaUon  the, "ot" hkes at summer season's be- gming. Fish All Legal' Size Trout hatcheries of the state lmve been ,preparing  opening for a fII year. Over 28 n smll, trout ry were roeav, ed hst year into state wa.s. These fish wi have rorr, ne ger sI6n . In addition, ma lakeg lmve 'been sapl within plat of lea, fi spri.rg. . With no shortage af i  big "if" or opetg dy ies with he wathea'mm. Sndy's circus wi be mostly a family fair, md cold wet weathex ;:sen@  but he rd coe ang- mrs rmrne early in the day, re- snltiag in a lower fish catch. In cotrat to most of the wation's flslermen, the Wash- ington, agle,r lmaded for the .opening day circus doesn't ,have to wrry a,bout finding a fined place to fish--but ontly o make a difficult clmk-e as to the best place to fish, thaks to the a:bundmace of watar and he success of VJae trzmt lake rel,,bllialon program. ON GUARD--Poi'ice Chief Jimmy Crawford urges caution of all motorists 'Sunday on opening day of fishing season. Local I.lice will be "on guard" the chief warns. COOPE RA'I'IO-ASKEO Some strggestions for open- ing day rom the State Game Department: Most popular lakes will have volunteer deputies, sueh a Boy Scouts, present to assist the ,anler in parking mfl gain- ing ceess to the lake. Coopera- tion with these volutee is asked by the eng: One of the M;gest lmbierm at popular  fist- axe is ,lier, d nil flY, or- .men are asked to tke  lit- ter ,home for he sake of:e wo fm. Don't orget to buy your lie- ease before you go; and to ex- ercise extra d'iving cauti(m in etting there and back on the crowded .high.ways. i m