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Z / i lber 46 THE WEEKLY NEWSPAPER SERVING SOUTHWEST SPOKANE COUNTY Cheney, Washington. FiSday, April 24, 1964 Prevnew Show I 2 At Farm Shop Beef Prices Seen !er Pr,ces Down I naual , , . . t racK,ard The Chenoy Chamber of Commerce wH aKain spo,n.sor ,s stock it&apos;s annual Pancake feed from Oheney- 12 noon to 1 p. m. at the show "* ,mer- grounds. Will cul- which nl. siteel, s, and 12 No this Listed will in. I Enter al will fes- as far Events will stairt .at 9 a. m. and conc,lude at 3 p. m. Packard, the show's advisor, said animals which have warts will nat be .al,'Lowed to unload al the show. "As ,the result of a recent ruli,ng of Dr. MeGill, state vet- erinarian at Olympia, dairy ,arAm,als having warts will not be a.llowed to un,}oad," he said. Animals Segregated "All dairy nimals will be strictly sgregated fvm beef ordinals which are going to the stockyards far saufflt'er. No animals wi'h vcavts will be per- mitred o ,go back to the farm. Dairy animals-must a,lo be vaccin, ated for brucellosis, or under six moron, s (ff age or have a health ,cficate from a veterinarian," Packard said. irndmMnMla, n;l id hChvleeneaY tractor and bail, or and ps- sibly some .other farm eqmp- }merit on dsprlay at the show grounds t Prices, following a ge,ne,al decline in cattle prices the past year, ,are expected to be down, Packard said. Prices are expected o be from 19 to 22 cents pea" pound live weight. Judges will be named next week, Packard conlined. They not be the :same judges as last year's. TABLE OF EVENTS 9-10 ,a. m.--4-H ju@ging cn- test. 10:30-12 noon--INry judg- ing  fitlng ad showing swine and slmeo judging, fit- ting 'and :shoing, in order. 12 roon to 1 p. m.--Pancake feed. 1-3 p. m.--,Beof fitting and showing and judging. 5 Teachers Quit Jobs Five teacher resignations were accepted at Wednesday night's Cheney sch,o(l board meeting at Windsor Elemen- tary School. Ii, Rosigning were Mrs. Jean , bbard, kirMergarten, Sun- set; Mrs. Jane Stewart, high schl, ,saVi, a,1 studios; Richard O'lse, ,fozrh grade, Widsov; Mrs. Carmen Reese, second grade, Windsor, and Mrs. Lois Psmusse, third grade, Winfl- SOT. One new teacher was hived. She was Atrrita W. ResleCf, who will teach first grade a.t Wind- o. James P. Aueutt was hired as a u'bstue bus driv- er and Richard B. German was hired as a reguhr driver. ard Pennario ay For,Concert Peraario lst ,of the world's orcestras, inuding the New York Phil,karmmfie, the London Phi,lha,rmor,ie, the Boston Syrnphory, the Chica- go Symphony and the PhiMdel- eve. phia Orcestra. Records For Capitol His recording for Capitol Records have repeatedly made the best,seller tis and he shares with the late Walter Gieseking the lmnr of being the most repaesenled pianist the New York "INnes list of est-sellers inee the inoduc - tin of long ,play records. The names of the wrld's grea onduetors: wo ,Nave chosen m as hair soliois reads .like a Btwke's Peerage of the music worM. With a list of triumphs un- .re'ate,heal by l tn.temprar- es. and equalded by only a few emer statesmen of music, Leonard Pennario was always : aware of the 'Rubicon o.f the musieianlat distance that divides he cafsm,an from the artist. BEAUDREAU GETS AWARD--Ralph Beau- dreau, second from left, gets Cheney Junior Chamber of Commerce Community Service Award at first annual Installation and Awards banquet last Saturday night at City Hall. Left predent. Ralph Beaudreau Cited to right are Dick Huffman, Spokane Valley, state Jaycee vice president; Beaudreau; R. S. "Scfie" McBroom, Cheney Jaycee president, anci0b Curtis, East Wenatchee, state Jaycee By Jaycees At Banquet For. Community Service Las Saturday night the Jun- ar were presented to:Mrs. Car- ior Chamber of Commerce'ole Anderson:, M.r Relh held i't"s ,annual installation Heiydt, Bill Weigle  Frank and affards banquet, at which tiara. Men and :wnen's time a Community Service "SPOKE" awards for d- Directors O. K. New $1,069,264 School Budget A $1,069,264 bu, d!ge to op- erate the Cheney Sc,hol Dis- trict in 1964-65 was: approved at Wednesday night's school Award was piresented for the first time. The award was set up to hunter lndividual who are ex- emplar ciazens who add ,to the camnunty thvo,uffh i ndi- vidu,al eforts. his year's win- nor w,a la,lph Beaudrea,u. cus- todi'an ''n,d maintermrce man at the ty Hal4. Miss Cheney, Bonnie !lese'hke, pre,se,nted the award. I'" Presi.le'n, tiF1 award's__of h6n- Dellli Takes (. E. Monlague Oharles E. Montague, 99, died Monday, April 20, ha a Spolane hospital. Fmaemt ser- vices were t/eld Thuday at 1:30 from the Jerue Funeral home. Born .in Mercer, Ba., Decem- ber 31, 1864, he came to this area when it was si.l Wash- ington teit)ry. He spen 14 ing first year Jaycees and Jay- board meeting. C-Ettes were presented to Car- Th  ,r ..... "  '- ", " O le Anoerson ttell,a: t:ttlyaL ;, e non aao ,r,u lnao oo .... r ranme lvicro.oln Le t-leyut, et wa, .950 00( wayne wee:, iarvey.uar- .,  ; .......... ..... 2- . ,,usz oz rne I:otat--o/.zo per vie ann bc?me McB, ey cen, t--is allo.tted for tea.c,her's man awaras went  'lee , ; ..... il ..... " : ... salaries. Another 4.58 per cent ezyat b  we e arid tue . .: .  . .  , .,.  .... zs ar admmstratron salaraes. N croom.  ne (ance moral- A breakdown of the , * tee, which puts .on tlhe eos is as follies" -s- at the City Kall, won  out- J Aamini,rati-- eaa aa i, standing commRtee 'rd.  ? ', ..... ........... - '-e "a -cee of Th: ""  ::`" : .... I ruction, $719,138; attendance n f.y _, _. [e [  I and health services, $2,800; were r come B:an ......  ._  - ,_;,,.. I tI,ansprtat,on servme,s, $76 - C- tte of the Year went to hi I 1 .... . , ..... *r,ica h-.niria ,,,h.c "1,.. ., I uu, mamtenarme or pmn anl i; :%' .1 ** ".'..", - "'", __2"__ =*_- I equipment, $22,128; fixed Celvu u, u,ay4e  l.pretaa- I cho,es m 7 61 ,,n ,a phy for the most helpful us-1:2' ggg'gg: o7,''21,,,.U; " IJll*kl .*LLL'JL*IIg Llt: yv'aa w'nx , I -Q86" -a ea'Lt to other (:tri  " - __ ten . I $1,500; on-warvant expendv trUebX speaker i-or e eveffl [ ,,,rs e75o was Bob Curtis, p,re'- [ .... " " dent of the WaShington State l Jayeees. Guests: v:ere from En-123 Cheneyites On dicott, Oolfax, Spokane, and Spokane Valley, as well as from the local area. 'EWSC Honor Roll !:eavs as a eopunehe.r in Wyoming a'rd Nebraska and came to farm in the Cheney and Medical Lake areas 52 years ago. He retired 25 years ago and moved to Spolane. onague and his wife, wire ded in 1930, euised :10 chiMren, including two grandehildren. The children who survive are Mrs. Bess Dunam, Ray, Ha'roy, Am'on and Elmer Mon-- tagte, all of Spokane; lVlvs. linnie Beck of Tacoma and Herman Monqague o,f Wash- Shots Available Salk 'polio vaccine mad other irocul'tions will be avail*ble Monday from 9:30 to 10:30 a. m. at the Cneney American LegiPn thll. DISTRICT 3 FIRE CALLS Saturday--TrMn fire, two miles zmrth of Sprague, to as- sist IAncotrt Oonny. Three urits responded atr train broke heel, breaking diesel I ,tank line which spilled diesel under train ,and brned trader cars, damaging enghne severly. Train was ,a Nhen Pacific. Stmday--Fishewman set fire at Deep Lake in ttog canyon which ,swead along bank. Four p meos responded. Mord,ay--Bvtrsh firs among poplar rees at Ted Mclllan rarreh. One unit responded from Chancy, one from Four Lakes arid ,one from Medical Lake. Trees had to 'be sawed dowK  before fire was con- trlled. MARKETS So Wha'te; bushel ........ $2.04 White Club, busthel ........ $2.04 Barley, ton .................... $42.00 Wednesday quataion, F. O. B., Cheney. WEATHER max. min. pre. April 17 ............ 54 32 .04 April 18 ............ 64 38 .00 April 19 ............ 67 39 .00 April 20 ............ 61 35 trc. April 21 ............ 58 32 .00 April 22 ............ 51 37 tvc. April 3 ............ 50 33 .18 New Dorm May Finally .of the newly comFletel East- ern Washington Sate College 12-story rouml twev men's residence 'hall and of four other lanned .buildings is ex- peoed to be aken by the col- lege's board of trustees Friday evening. The board, meeting aft the Siolane Climb, ,has trader con- sideraUon the .names Pearce Hall, ia .honor of he lae George H. Pearee, long.tirae director of buildSngs and grotmd at e caUege, and laStern W, asthgton Tower. Naming of four ph.rmed boRdiffgs, proposed at last m,oh's meeting but poStponed u.rttia Prklay is aLSo exaxed. J0h.n F. Kennedy Memoeil Library was the Proposed name ,of the ,planned new $2.2 lribary. ] Armw ind,ustal ats: build- ing, to eos approximately I $305,000, may .be n-ned eith- er E. L. Dales Hall or Jame / S. Lane HI. Dales Ws lxlg- time head of tim EWSC indus- ,tnial avis dopartmet; Ine was ,a member of the de,art- men for ninny years. Roh are now reived. Ordy one name was proposed for each of wo other build- ings. The $3.7 million creative arts eerXer, o ,louse the de- partments of muaie, art, speech, drana, radio and tele- vision, has he tentative name of Creative Ats Center. A new $1.2 women's resi- derce halt, or which eorstre- tion may be started .tlis sum- mer, may be a,med Cecil Dry- den Nail, after Miss C'eeil Dry. den, retired associate profes- sor of history emetics and a noted Northwes histari,an and aumr. Architects for each of new buildings are scheduled ,to appear beore the board for pproval 0 pkns. Twenty,three Ctmne,y-m'ea students, .ineIuding two who received al A's, haare been named  the winter quaer lmrmr roll at Batern Wash- ingt SNte College. Straight A Studenls inetude LaTence E. utierez of Che- hey, and Edgar A. Smson Jr. Me6ia4 Lake. Others rmmed to the hmmr roll include y A. Blurn, Mry M. Ca,la'oll, O Clha.t- burn, Kay G. Diflevsen, Mar- come L. Flikke, Chael Out- ierrez, 'Marie J. Guierrez, Mfl- lard E. Hale, Dona I. Jansen, RonaM H. Kaou,g, Erie J. layaavd, Henry B. Miekelson, Anion J. Millr, Caro A. Nicol, Sa7 K. Nilsson, BegW ,M. Par- ker, Lend:all L. letm, tIary R.' Relm, Marry E. Silbiey, Jtme Wilson and T,mas W. Wilson. RICHARD MEYER GETS DEGREE Biehard Meyer of Cheney was awarded 'a ste farmer degree ast Fxiday t .the Fu- ttwe Parmers of Amea'ic con- ventton ,at W, aSl4gon State UrAversity. Awards go to only 2 per cet of approximately 6,000 l%ture,,t, Farmers in lee state. Winners .are all  sehool juniors ho have ,been in: FPA far two years; have demon- stra .that .they are leade,s ,and sehohrs mad who have a program of supervised farming in Which they have earned at least $500. NANCY PARKHILL IS TREASURER A Oheney student at East- ern WasJ. gn State Cillege has .been elected treasurer of the Ommrm Be ekapter of Tau Beta Sigma, ntionl music hormra:ry er women. She is Nancy L. Parkhill, datgter of Mrs E. E. Pak- .hii1, 5920 W. I-INlet Rand. lss Parkhil'l, a 1960 gVaduace of Cheney High Shiml, is a senior maj,ering in health and physical education. Single Copy 10 Cents Poore lllolifies 00School Directors He Will Appeal E.H. Wagoner Resugns Seat On School Board Lowell Poore, assistant supefendent of Chancy schists whose job was abolished by the se;hool board two weeks ago, has notified the directors he will contest ,their action. Poore has retained the legal counsel of Oheney Attorney Merritt Johnson and has asked for a pubiie hearing regarding :his corRraet, which was not renewed. Poove said he doesn't believe ,he has been given "saffieient cause" for dismssal under Washirgton hw. Pdehard Russell and Carmen Stewart, only membe,rs tes- ent of four directas vthe vted to termma Poore's tmsio two week's ag, asked ov an executive session Monday night, at which tkme they plan to be reproseed by legal counsel. Poore made the ann'ounce- men at Wednesday night's meeting of the school boaa'd which was hem at Windsor Elementary Scoo.]. Letter Submitted Meanwhile, E. H. Wagoner, one of the four voting Poare out af ,a job, submi,ed his res- ignation, citing eo.nfficing bus- iness and selmol duties as his reasons. Wagoner owns the ebeney Department Store. Wagoner was not pves:en.t at the meeting and his le,tter of resignation did not give an effective date. No formal ac- tion was taken on the resgna- ti.on. Wagoner r]aced. Dr. W. A .tember alter Dr. @ninon step- law, his con .act had to be re- newed by Alarii 15 or he was to be given notice i it wasn't ging .to be renewed. This is file pn .he is quosoning-- whether he was ,given su,fe- ien cause for 1. Letter Received He reived a letter from the directors saying their ac- tion in ablishin,g his position was in rm way a reflection on him, ,and that they would be glad to help him find another position. Poore con'tends, howeeer, that neither the statement two weeks ago or the letter fla.,fly said his eonract wasa't going to be renewed. "It didn't say specifically ttm't my contract would not be renewS," Poore told Russell aad Stewart. Mrs. Earl Hilton, the only they direcr pces- ent, las eonsistantly supported the present administration and hs vig'owust oppoeed- the other directors. M_vs. Henry Mumaw wasn't prestt be- peal down. He ws appoirted cause of illness. by ie county...,ende!n[ Ponre ,td to Russell ad the Oheney sClmol blxl. His / to ]e-a" n,s:d se: I' term wu,ld have  ufl No- [ to kn'nv v:br I .tund nd *,, ve.mber of 1965. A s_inNar ap-Jpeole aaxl to know where pointment by the cmy su-[ you snd " perintenden will be required [- Sta" then tkl him "Nn to fill his vacancy, the board does nt in,tend to Poore read a letter at Wed- nesdy night's meeting saying he wasn't sure if his cnact was being tevrninated. Two weeks ago Ponre's job was abolished, but  actual con- tract wasn't menoned. By Noted GOP Assistant Due Here I. Lee Patter, sl0ecial as- tant to he an of the Re- publican Na.iorml comanee., will be one off tlm principal spoakers at the BaStern Wash- iztgton State  annual llical Forum April 29. "PoRtial Issues of 1964" will be the llhee of the of tlm. Frank L. Keller, chairman of the Washington State Demo- cratic committee, will' be the second principal speaker. The day's events will open with a recepm and break- fast r the BWSC Student Un- ion thr bath Potter and the Democratic figure, Russell! said. Main 'Session of khe fmmm will be iheld from 10 a. m. to noon in Shewater Auditorium on the EWSC eanus, where ea speaker will IxesevJt ,his party's views or this year's political issues. A ,rto-ho ln in the co,liege Student Uni will fol- low. A panel cleuon will be head in ShowaRe Adixum from 2  3:30 p. m. Where boCh slakers wilt ,respond to qtmstions from ffte audience. Wilfia, m R. Kidd, WSC assis- 'tan professor of history, will be moderator. Potter is a lffeltmg Repu'b- liean, and has served in many capacities  e party. He ws ral sigtan to Secretary of Ibov James P. Mitdaell in 1954 and 1955, and has been director of parsa- nal and assistant to Rep,bii- can National Ohairmen Leon- ard W. HoB, Meade Alem, Tru,ston B. Morton and now WiIli'am E. Miller. renew the co,tract." At this ,peit Pore asked for a tmbiic  o the mter, sayighe ddnt be'eve the board's actkm would sat- isfy the hw, under Washg- ton's teacher-tenure provisoes and the "sufficient cause" Sl)ecJ:ficai'on fer Ceamaion of contravt. Russell t first moved for de'by on, the question mtil tho nex regular board meeng. But, Poere Id lm, "I would lille to have a state,amour to- ngh." Session Monday The executive sess will be held in honey Monday at 8 p. m. At .tlra time a dte for a public hearing pl'ohally will be set. Mrs. Hilton mid she wated to ke the oppoetmty to "express hey Imblic tlmntm for the many lttes he 'lind re- ceived far the positon sffe has tkoa on the sdmol lmard, and ,her position :sung Poore. One man, however, asked Stewa ,'how a corgract could be reamwed for "a nonexistent job." Stewart relied, "I can't answer at questi<m." DAN ANDREWS ENTERS TOURNEY A Cheney studert at East- ern Waslfion State College will rbe etered in  18th an- nual Montana "Big Sky" Irter- cxlegite SpeeCh Tournament at Monlav State Univety, M:.msmfla, Ail 30, May t nd 2. He is Dan A. Amdrews, son of Dr. and Mrs. Jay Austin Andixs. A 1961 gadute of Chancy High School, Andrews is a seniar majoring in biol- ogya EWSC. MYRA PATRICK FINISHES BASIC Pt. Myra K. Patrick. daugh- ter of ,Mr. and l's. Ray E Patrick, ltt. 3, Oheney, com- pleted eight weks of basic mil- itary tmiahg at the Women's Army s Center, Fort Mc- Clellan, Ala., April 3. Private Pa.tri:k received instruction ir supply grocedures and firs .aid. She was graduated fron- Chancy High School in 196a'.