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Umber 47 THE WEEKLY NEWSPAPER SERVING SOUTHWEST SPOKANE COUNTY Cheney, Washington, Friday, May 1, 1964 Single Copy 10 Cents Program Signup Through May 15 County Office the '1964 volun-! per cent 'of the farm ao, will begin m addition to maintaining the the ASCS normal acreage in conserving D. RJ, uses and meeting other pro- gram Frovisions. Provision Made ann,uneed The paymerts will be based on 20 per cenlt of the county are price-support loan va,te times s the farm normal yield. Pro- %si, on is also made for divert- ing additional wheat acreage 15. under the program. may As in previous years, all the or wheat produced on a partic:i- on'lv paling farm wi}l be eligible who for price-support loans, based the on a n, atorml avervege of $1.3'0 for per bushel. This ,is about four cc.ns per bushel :tdgh, er than the loan ra,te would have beeq without the new program. In addition, marketing certifi- Said. cares, with a cash value 0 70 under ee:rts per BuShel for dome,stic .Program and 25 cents for export, will wi;h- in general be avaiab.le or 90 and per cent of the normal pro- use an ductian of the farm alotznent. to 11.11 Riddle re,initialed wheat growers that he farm Wheat allotmert and farm normal yield to be used under the 1964 wheat program are those issued prior to the marketing qu,eta referendum held in May o[" 1,a:s year. The ehairm, an sgges,ted that I wheat growers who have ques-  ti,ons abou the voluntary new State'whet program get in tuch Rod- with the ASCS County Office Broad- so tlt they may cop,lele their production plan,s wel*l in advance of the M*ay 15 dead- Will be l*ine for the program signup. th, audi- of the IDSOR Will Hold Din6er00Meet READY FOR SHOW--Pausing a minute from their fence building project for Saturday's Youth Stock Preview Show are (left to right) Sherman Guzman, John Phillips, Charles Davis and Terry Cicero. The show will start at 9 a. m. at the high school farm shop. Population Of Cheney Gains 150 A recently-completed cea- sus shows Cheney's: popula- tion has gained 150 persons since 1,ast year. The gain brgs he city's popltion to 3,596 and will mean additional state revenue of $2,300 th,i year. Each in- dividual population gain mears about $16 in revenue. The census was aen the firs ,for a new fire tuck, estimated to "cost abeg $26,- 000. Norm Hove said : Cheney's new radar system i'. intlted av.d will go in$o operation. He deened to reveal .the hours ,and Says it will be in effect. Mayor Nlan Brown said the Council d, oesn't inteed to ake any action on fluoridang the city's water ,supply Unless suf- ficient eitizen:s petition for fluorication. Fluoridt'$o was arpproved by a vote 0 300-231 bUrr it would require ,zn initial cost of $36,000. Don ale asked permission to sh,oo starlings which .have 10 days of April. perched in his trees. Mayr The new ttai was annoano Brown recalled ,: G. T. ed at Tues@ay nih',s Girly I,ost, puBli:shev af the Free Coun,cil meeting. Press, WarS appointed qe c's De m oc rats In other btsiness, a group .official crow shoo i ,w of home owners pretested a]yeavs a,go. He  that recommended oning change lFrost gunned down2 few of [,made recently by the city plan-| the varmims, makCheney ;alto., consru.etn ot a larger/,said a aimihx armngemen,t aparmem un at 9th and Oe-] miut :be made wff01h Galey } "  __. day. Bll GescL'&e wavits | The newly-loomed Ca,renee D. Martin Democratic club of Cheney will hold its first an- nual mee:ting a a dinner May 8 at 7 p. m. in the City Hall. Cmrles Hodde, Waslkngton tax commissioner, will he the speaker. The club, first ,o i kind in Sourly, vest Stmlane omW, is named for ne of Oheney's mSt famous ntive sns, Clar- ence D. Martin, former Demo- 42aic governor ,of the State and long4ime businessman in this area. Club officials say a eurren membership d,rive las been hig, hly successful and a large .attends, ce i,s hoped for at he is i dinner. In addition o, I-Idde's speech, a "Southwest Ou,rty Democrat of the Year" award will be presemed. It w go o the ind'ivid, ual Whose sevviee t'o the Democratic Party has been deemed most outand- fag for he past year. The dinner is laned as an ",old fashioned covered dish affair." MerBeshlip cards, a co,vea'ed main dish amd a salad will admit each cottple. Those iterested in attending may conct their Demoeac pre- cinct chairman or Mrs. Ray- mend W.hitfield, 203 N 9th St., or el, ephone 235-4159. |lDFred Johns Eastern Washington left, is shown accepting low bid manager of Cheney Branch, Seattle- $1,150,000 loan is to be used for truction of a new women's dormitory Center at EWSC. build a 16 unit alYartmet 0000lErnie McKie the lock,on. He owns a sven unit apartmenl house there INamed New Protesting the request were Norman .Stone, Raymond Wlt- field, D. M. Thomson, D. 00IEWSC Coach Harter and Will'm Dram- mrd. A public hearing on the mter was set for My 26. Clean Up Day Set The Council set May 11-16 as dean up week in Ceney. The XL Refuse 0o., of Spo- kane ha,s offered o cooperate in the venture and wi tick up unwanted debris dving he period. City equipment will also be avaiahle to assi,st in the project. Mot Cheney set. vice clubs are expected to par. t'icipate. BImer Luiten req,uested hol Fire Ohief Cecil Otm,rln he given ,attherity o draw plans Burdick Amonson Service Held Here Funeral services for Burdick Amorson were hem on Tues- day in .the Memorial ONNI of Jerue Funeral Home with Roy. CIaice Gruhe 'fiO.a'Vig. Mr. Amonson, wo vczs horn in Inwood, Ibwa, Nov. 8, 1685, died at Spokane Deaeov.ess hospital April 24. Burial was .at Spokare Memorial Gardens. Survivors are his widow, Clara, ,at the Cheney frame; one son, Robert, hCeey; two ,stepchildren, 'Mrs. Alke Bue- ,tner, Roseburg, Ore.., and Carl Thompson of Euge*ne, Ore.; in,e grand,cNl,dren; one sis- ter, Marie H,ason, and one brother, Albert Am, o,nson, of North D,atm. He was a reved farmer on tit. 2, Cheney, having moved to Cheney 35 years ago. labearers F. N. Dan- iels, Alvin Dow, Foyd Simp- son, Herman Willms, Harold i'l:ohey ,and Claeenee Grunki. MARKET5 Soft White, bushel ........ $2.05 White Club, bushel ........ $2.05 Barley, ton .................... $42.00 Oats, ton ........................ $42.00 Wednesday quotation, F. 0. B., Gheney. WEATHER max. min. pre. ApN1 9,,4 ............ 62 39 .00 April 25 ............ 65 38 .00 April 26 ..i ......... 56 35 .00 Apl 27 ............ 51 38 .00 April 28 ........... 64 42 .00 April 29 ............ 58 40 .00 April 30 ............ 57 37 .18 Evnie MeKe, coach of the CaeCa,met High SetmOl stae ,ela B basketball ehmrpionship team, wilt be _b.sl_t, '11 coach: ,at l!)aSter WashingS'on SLate College next year. McKie was alointed an aet- :g assistant professm- of health arnd lhsical edealian by the EWSC board of trus- 'tees last Friday night. Dr. Jack It. LeigMgn, head of the EWSC division of heY physical education, recreati and ash- letics, .said lcIe would ,be ,he Savages' Basketball eoch in ad@ition to :his teaching dut- ies. He will report to the he- ney college in SeptemBer. Mc- Ke will meeeed W. B. Reese, who is retiring at ,the ed of this college year ,a/tev 34 years ,at lgWSC. The. EWSC lmard of rutees ,Mso named Bob Ames, ex- Central Vallesr High SChool and University of Idaho en, ter, as a gadtmte ssistan in football or next seaxo. Ames, Who was a Spokane All-ity selection i 1958, played at Idaho where he was team cap- tain in 1962. MvKie as an vevall bas- ketball coachirg record of 300 Wins to only 99 losses for .750. Hi liigh school record of 240 wins and 80 losses is a kso .750. CHENEYITES GET RO PROMOTIONS Four Cheney-area men have been promoted to cade, master sergean in the Eastern Wash- i n,on Stae College Reserve Officrs Training  deacb- me. They are Millard E. Hale, Robert M. Heinemann, Jerry H. Heuple, a}l .of Cheney. and Terry O. Plil:li.pson, Four Iakes. Mrs. Nansen Chosen Mrs. Roy Hanson 'has been selected as a paieipant in the Summer Institute in Astron- omy for high school teachers of science being ocfered by the Adler Plane'tarium and As- trormmical museum at Chi- cago. 1Stock Entries Reduced T0ur Includes Custom Killing, Cutting McMiilan, Miller And Wrapping Available Conservation Farms Saturday's lives.tock preview ling 0o., will custom cut, kill sh:ow will be stauffer than pre- and wrap. Cheney Grange Stp- The Inland Empire district of the Federated Garden Clubs toured ,the Cheney-area yes- ter(tay, .stopping at many spots and farms along the way. The tour irmluded examples of water, soil, timber and wild- life conservation. I,t was held m cooperation reich the Soath- west Spolane Soil Conserva- .tion District and lle Slokme ASCS County commtee. Sops were made t the Ted McMiBan and Roy Miller farms, Turnbull Wfldae Ref- uge, Rockcreek area and the farm of Joe Labis'h to study timber management. The "Show-Me-Trip" provid- ed a good aok at the McMiHan and Miller farms, Both leading conservation farmers in b2s area. McMillan's farm has field strips about 200 feet wide, :which we,re installed in 1961. Miller's strips are contour strips about 4 or 5 years old which vary in :size fr(m 120 to !80 feet wide. Pelly Larceny Nets $1udenl Jail $enlen(e An Bastern WasNngton S:e College .student was fined $25 arid costs and sen- temced to 10 .days m jail in Cheney Poce Court April 22, after being fou, nd guilty o pety larceny. Judge Jack Crabb levied the sentence or ary Riese,,; who lives at Pear Ytt- All 20 fter a corn: WaS sgned by M. A. , am, gtug Riese with taking a gas  and fuel line, valued a $27, from his boa, Wlieh was ,prked in :his dNve-way. The offee oc. eurred April 19. lse w arr by Po- lio Chhif James Cfoaxt  ] was hem in e cty jail until iris trial. He entered a plea of, not guy .but  and II Cmwford testified they found i the missing tank and le in the county jail in Spokane. He began .his weeker.d jail ten last weekerd. In otler Police Oaur action, Antlmny W. W'e, lSe an EVgSC" eotlege stde, was fined $5 for fre 1 stop a an ateral sign. 5urst(e Cl0ult : Raymond C. Quimet, Ohe- ney, rm operator's license on person (repea violation), n,o ope'tor's license or city a.d state, fined $45 and costs; Vin- cent J. lgetano, Oheaey, speeding, timed $10 and costs; Roger K. Beam, Choney, speedg, fined $5 ad costs; Riei-tard L. Anderson, St. John 4elective equipment, fined $21. Gordon C. Swyter, Ritzville imyroper passing, fined $11; Kermeh A. Brood't, heney, improper passing, fCned $11; Lavcrence Baker, (3heey, speedirg, forfeited $16; Leon- ard G. McIntyre, Ft. Wayne, Ind., speeding, forfeited $12. Lyman Johnson To Head Lions At Lion's ,club ection of of leers at ,a recent meeting, Ly- man John,son Jr. was chse n.,w presidert. Fred John is vice president; Ed Dten, sec- ord vice president; Leland Graese, secre0ary-t, rea s r er Arden Berg, ,tail twis,ter, and Rev. Donald Ross, Lion tavaer. President Bob TuBbs pre- sided and reported that new bicycle racks .have been made and insailed On the parking lots at Broom and Holter's and at the corner of 2nd and F Sis. for the public use and safety (f ,all bicycle riders. Jimmie Crawfovd said M1 bi- cycles must be kept from the side walks arm parked at the new racks. Otherwise, they WIN be impounded. vious years, Charles Packard sad today. The preview showing to the Spokane j unio,r livesek sh, for Future Farmers of Ame'- ica and 4-H groups will begin a 9 a. m. ,at the high sc'hool farm shop. Packard, the show advi.or, said it nov looks like 25 steers, four h>gs, five sheep and eight da'.wy affLmals will ba entered. Urfloding will start at 7 a. m. and a}l ordeals must be unloaded by 9 a. m. The 4-[ judging witl start at 9:30 a. m. Animals Separated Because of a sae ruling, all animals must be kept separa,t. ed. Spokane packers at the show will be Armour Co., United Press Meats and tIygrade. Rep- resentahves will custom kill hogs, shcep and sleets but will n,o cu,t a,nd wrap. Rice Pack- Poore's Job To Be Ai00ed Today At 2 A special public session to conduct a hearing regarding non-renewal of Lowell P'oore's contract "as ,assistant superin- : tenden't o,f schools will be held today (Friday),a.,t 2 p. m. The meeting w, ill be held in the board room of the sahao,1 district offices a't 317 D St. Pore requested he hearing last week after the school hoardhad vted to abolish tUsl "at tt April 3 rteOtNg. Io0re " liiformed the directors in writing that'he does,n't .eeel he has :been given sufficient catke for dismissal. .An executive meeting was field here Monday night, al which 'time Poore as repre- sented by Meta'itt Johnson, Cieney attorney. The school board was reuresented by a member of the county prose- c.ung attorney's office. A third lawyer, reported to have been representing the Alerting Citizens Commit[ee, als,) was Floyd Simpson wa elected eh, airnmn of the We Cheney weed commi'gee t a reeeu meeting. Other offiee,rs are Harry Chders, vice c :kanmn; Ray CMlders, and seca,tary. Oom- mi.tlee members are tudy Rosenzweig, ,ack Brown, Jerry Betz, Pete M, ent_gue and Ea'l Brooks: The group also presented sigrmcures, gathered in a rec- ent drive, to the State Agri- culture Department at Yakima to .have Skeleonveed placed on the noxious weed list. It was a cooperative effort o,f the weed committees of Spokane County rand IAnaln Cu'n,ty. ply, SMeway and Caimaen Stea,rt of -Airway Hei,ghtts will cut and wrap. Killing charges wl be $7.50 per head plus hide, heart and liver for steer. Lambs wilt kill f0 $4 plus heart, liver and plt. Hogs will kill at 7 ceats a pound, which inudes kil- ing, curing, catting and wrp- ping. M, or.dng events iaxelde tlhe 4-H judging eorgtest, d.aiy judging and fittirg and show- ing, Lad swine and sheep judg- ing, fttirg and showing. The Chamber of Commerce pan- cake feed Will begin at 11:30 a. m. The beef fitting and slmw- ing nd }udgirg will continue in .the aer.oon fon 1 to 3. Chairmen Listed Stock iSV committee elmer- men are C,harles David, hogs; John Phillips and LeRoy Man- son, d,airy; Dale Lehm, sheep; Rex Harke, beak G,ary Ruep- pel, st:raw; Robert Bray and Jim Patterson. s,al, es; Gmy Rietz, ribbons: lichard Meyer, masler of ceremonies; Jim lt- t,erson, public address sysem; Les Williams, bleachers; Sher- man Guzan, lading and tin- loading; t!oward Marh, judg- ing contes and Terry Ceero, clean up. Area Democrats Give Endorsement At Convention .... utht Spka  crats lined up solidly m sup- port of the county committee leaderp a tlie April 25 Spokane ,County oom- vrgtin. Delegates of he 27 le compr%ing the Souwet ab dt'et voted uardm,oly o support the present c(mnt=y organization. Hem'y D. Kass, d,trict lei- e', said ,he was "gratied at the l'arge turlmut and  stb- sequent actions of the group." "We need a, nd must , party unity," K_ass said. "I thnk m,st Democrats are aware you ean't fiM ea o'ther forever. At same IX>in yu must sat  Re- puBlican," he added. The delegation was also .re. sporsible for the addilion o4 ,a farm plank in the emmty plallrm, and called for equI treatmer far under the state retirement benef act. The resolutions were mb- mitted by Kass and Dr. Ray- mord Wbitfield a,s delogaes, Attending from flis a-'ea, wea'e Mrs. Volvo tWlller, Ola- on Shaw, Whiffield, Schons, Kass, Carl Ruder, Juntos McKeetmn Bill Mc- Keehan Mrs. Bina I)mnmeer, L. S. MeKay, Ted tallm, Mrs. Hanrm Shlrn, Ken Bohn, James Hararra, Herman Willms, Don Brown, Mrs. W. T. Irish and Robert Rugel. NEW SCHOOL LEADERS---Student body elections were held at Cheney High School this week. Elected were (left to right) Mike Liddell, second vice president; Dan Noel, president; Peggy Thomson, secretary, and Darrell Phillips, first vice president.