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f 48 THE WEEKLY NEWSPAPER SERVING SOUTHWEST SPOKANE COUNTY Cheney, Washington, Friday; May 8, 1964 Single Copy 10 Cents ts are Jrd Marsh and Carol Sooy show and grand champion Hereford at Che- show last Saturday. Both animals were Marsh gave her a hand for the photog- $ooy Dominates k Preview Show Lehn breed Cor- Rex Harke, red; Carol Blay- l'ock, white; Bill McMlan, white. BEEF, GRAND CHAMPION Carol So0y, herford, grard champion; Carol Soo7, short- horn, reserve champion. FITTING AND SHOWING Beef- Carol Sony, first; Kay Cordill, second. Hogs -- Everett Meserve, first; Darel Betz, second. Sheep -- Ric,h,ard Meyers, first; Dale Lehn, second. Dairy -- Carolyn Camp, first; Ken Dobbins, second. JUDGES Beef -- Earl Schmid, t (Arm- our & Co.); hags and sheep, C. E. Packard; dairy, C. E. Dackaxd; j ud!ghag cortest, ow- ad C. Marsh (Armour & Co.) JUDGING CONTEST John Jrdan, first; Kn Dob- bins, second; Nancy Weisman, t.Nrd; Carol Btyovk; t'ourth. (These four ,are reresentig Cheney at the Spokane JurJor Livestock Slow this week.) C. Charlton Sr. Taken By Death Tully C. Chaplin, Sr., a res- idert of Ohermy the past 22 years, died at his ,home at 12 W. 3rd see Monday, May 4. Mr. C'h.arln was horn at Buner, M., Atgust 16, 1883, nd.eame ,to he state of Wash- ingtan, from Missouri in 1918. He farmed in e Ltad area before coning to Oheney in 1942. In 1909 he was married to Alice Mittevmeyer, wlo sur- vives. Other stawivors .are one datglter, M:ary Cox, Spokane; two sons, W. Dulycod and Ce-: cil Olmrl*on, both of Cheney; one sister, Mary Ht, Knsas ,City, Me., ai eleven grandchildren,. Graveside ftmeml services were held at 11 o'clock Wed- headway marrying at the Spo- kane Memorial Gardens with the Rev. Cair Grube officiat- ing: Jerue Fmaeral I-ke was i,n elmrge of arrangement. TV Stars Coming Mr. Waaby arid Jack of Sokane television fme will ppear 'at the Chancy F2emen- tory PTA meeting morrow ,at 1 p. m., Principal LeRoy Islmrw,od said today. LATE TELEGRAMS I)epartmen of Heath Edu- cation and Welfare has ap- proved 'applicatiOn submted by lr. Lowell Poore, assistant superintendent Ohee Shoal dislvct No. 360, for federal ms- sistace u,nder prviskms of public law 874. Immedte pay- ment $90,467 and tentative entlemeaat $120,623.Oong- reSsman Walt Hovan. Sena,tors Jcksn and Mag- nt0 said  Cheney School Distct No. 360 has been certified by U. S. Offce o$ Educ"at2on for immediate paynent of $90,467 under terms of Public Iw 874 "hh  selmols m federally aft- i feciexi areas. Chev.ey entle- merit for the fiscM year thai end's Ju,ne 30 is $120,623. Ap- PItcant is Lowell Poare, assis- superintendent. -- Henry acksan. Poore Decision Due Monday Bob Everson QuitsCheney Football Job BULLETIN Bob Everson has sub,mitred his resigrafion as head C:heney Iligh Sehoo,l football coach to accept ,an a:ssist'ant footba/1 coaching job at Yakima V:al- lay College. Everson will assist Head Coch Art Po,wler in football and will be head wrestling and golf coach in addition to teaching Physical education. Everson has been head ca:ch at Chancy since 1960 durirg which time his teams compiled a 20-11-2 won-l:os,s- tied record. He was assistanl coach here in 1959. His 1960 squad won the Northeast A League cbm- pi,ns,hip, ,although that year hs o,verall recoed was only 341. The lea,,gue record, how- ever, was 3'-1-1. His bes,t year was in 1961 when the Black- hawks compiled a 7-1 record. n 1962 his record was 6-2 and last ye,r's squad was 4-4-1. Everso,n gradu,ated from Cheney in 1955 after playin all sports during his, high school career. He attended bllege at Mo.nt, ana State Uni- versity a.t MissouN, where he was a h!al.fback on the Grizzly eeven. He co,ached the Men- harm East-West high school Shrine game a:t Great Fal:ls the summer of 1959 be,fore return- ing to Chancy as an assistant the next fall. "I'm }oold'rg forvtard o go- ,ing to Yakima and getting into college coa,.,cng to see what I can .do. Ive enjoyed my stay at (Yaeney very much," Ever. son said today. 1937 CHS Class Plans 1st Reunion Chancy High School's cLs .of 1937 is plrming a reamion June 27, Raymond F. Hawk Jr. of Yakima announced this week. Hawk said the court, ion, first for the eIs, w'll st wih a picnic lunch at the CRy Park by the high sCh, ol. A ctier is phnned that evening .in Spk.ane. Phons for the reunion have bee in the making for a year and a ha,lf. AI mchevs of the cass have been invited as wel ,as class members vIm did rmt gladuate with he d/ass for one reason or mmer. "We VirSh  invite all the. rey people who reraember us to come by the park and re. ,nv old ,fe," Hawk said. Althotgh 'many boys of .the class were i Worm Wr II and several in i Korean War, nrm were killed. Several, however,' have died. They in- elude Elmer Presnell and Richard Minig. Several m_mbers of el, ass have nt been contacted 'beeatm:e their addresses are n avaii'bM. If anne kmws their ddress they are asked to rta /awk. They ave, lob- ert MacGr,gor, ESther J ,lm- sn, Pdehard Melvin Andeson, James Cook, Velnm Chusen Bill Alexander, Esthex Stev. erson, Wiriel.d Patteesma, Betty Johnson, Fmn cine King, HerMd Hobbs and Jolm bb. Iawk's .addrs is So. 402 Mnnesoa, YaMma, Wash. Some of those who .have in- dicated they will attend are /orris Iverson, St. Lois. Me.; ola C'oalmn Ref, Eure- a, .; Rex Gdner, Mex- ico, and He,nvy Bueohl, Sa- tie. WILLIAM DEVOE CLUB CHAIRMAN. A Oheney student al Eoern Wasn State College has been apgointed to  office of membership ehairma for the German club. He is Wil'am B. Devoe, a seor Eglsh major at EW- SC. Deuce is a 1959 graduate of Cheney /ffigh Sdmol. POORE AND ATTORNEY--Lowell Poore reflects on public hearing he requested on non-renewal of his contract as assist. ant superintendent of Cheney schools while his attorney, Mer- ritt Johnson, prepares material used during cross examination of witness during Friday's opening session. HEARING DRAWS CROWDS---This owd, which packed the school board room at the Administration Building, was typical of jammed galleries which attended the three-dey public hear- ings called by Lowell Poore after his job aa superintendent of schools was abolished by the school board. Claude Nichols Gets Fulbright Summer Grant Dr. iaude W. Nichols, assis- ta,t wofessor of hit-y at Eastern Vealgton Se C- lege, is one of only 20 perns named ,as recipients of Ful- bright I-hys Act Interntio'nal ExChange Program summer gra,nts. Awarded through .the De- pamen of Health, Education and Welfare, the garts tmo- vide for eight weaks of sum. met study and trace4 in a for- eign eomtry. CLAUDE NI(H-IOLS Dr. Nichols w"ffi study Mex iean govermnen* and .hisery at the L,situte Polytolm.o National in Mexico CRy, heve be will have adtional oppor. tu,rties to study geography, geology, economics, ontOl- ogy, soology, t ad muc. Casses will last far six weeks, and two more weeks w.Dl be spet in field-trips trugh-I out Mexico. He will .report o Washing- tn, D. C., June 29, ang wih the other graalt recipien,ts, for a tlwee-day orientation be$ove proeeedirg to Mexico City. Rosellini Solicits Dr. Gamon Dr. Wilfred A. Gzna ls been irwited by Gv. Abert D. RoseMni  jo a sponsorg committee on the Goverrar's Corerence on Education. The Chenepr phb, sician re- ceved a }otter f,m in,farming him of the selec- tion. The mmittee will meet pvir to Jtme 1 to devep a conference agenda. The governor told Dr. Cram. on Shot, "Education is a major enterp'ise ".in the State of Wasrgton. In 1 its phases it requires much more than haler our state and lal tax revenues. Oorfferones with persons vitally invove,d in education .have in ,dcated o me that here is a lack of punic apleeiaon of many aspects' of he problem. These same persons 'have gested to me tla :apublic forum on these aris aspects would he very helFful in resohRion of edu- cation's presen, t and prospec- tive obligatior, s. "I have, therefore, decided to call a Governor's Confer- enee on Education. I wuhi like to ,have you join s a mem- ber of ,the sparoirg commit- tee. The c0mniee wll be rep- resrtatives of H business and polificM groups and re- srt an 'honest effort o center ttenikon on the problem in the hope that soluons will be. come evident wRh pt_be ap- preciation of educaon s obli- ga,ti!om." @ MARKETS Soft WMte, lmsh $2.05 Wte Ctb, bushel $2.05 Balley, ton. $42.00 Oals, ton $42.50 Wednesday qttoton, F. O.- B., Oheney. WEATHER Sorry, none available this week. Hearings Conclude After Three Days Of Testimony The Cheney school board has until Monday to reconsider its dreeison to abolish Lowell Poore's position ms assisnt superintendent of Cheney schools. Three. days of public hear- ings ended Wednesday n,i,ght a,nd the directors were to,ld a decision must be rendered within five days:. During this period the directors may elect to re:affiTm theLr April 8 de- cision to abolish the poition, renew Poare's contract or ar- rive at some other decision. Ii hey decide to mairaa their presen,t poaiUon Peeve may then 'take his case to the Super- ior Court. Poore's &ttorney Merritt Jo hnson conl,uded his portion of the hearrgs by suggeshg the direetoes "backtrack a lit- tle ht and take amther lok at the situation." Johnson said he dd,n't ques- tion the board's righ to exer- cise its disto,naw pover, "but it s]rould be done within the amework of ,the law," he said. Serious Question J'tms:o said, "I think there is areal serous question, when we get right dawn to R, whet:h- er `the school district culd opera*e wth nly one superin- tendent." He said the motion to abol- ish Poo,re's position was taken "somewhat precipitiosly," and t ha't the board s,ho.uld make a detai, led i, nquiry into tt'e subject. The Cheney attorney sgid he didn't necessarily ,hold to the position that it takes a su- perintendent and an assistant superin,tenden;t "m the district, a,rd at perhaps sne alter- rte' conchtston could be reached. "Bu it sm,u,ld be reached Mer a great deal move study ,has been given to  matter than what has ,nv been giv- en," he said. Johnson said, "I do betieve there are some serious legal questns regarcUg the action taken April 8." Paul Murphy, deputy county prosecutor represeting the baaxt, told the directress that he believed the dismissal mo- tion was .taken with suffirient cause and without nal basis. "It is my bah'el that evi- dence and testiman ' given here is nt of sfficient weight to overcme the action weh was taken n: good h, in what the hoard believes was sufficient cause, not on a pes- sorl  bt for lmt it be- lieved to be or e good of the distil, ,to divert funds befrg paid Ix) adminrative saMries to other are." "I think the ,b ae in good faith and not in ar ar- bitrary and capricious man- ller." Summation by the. attorneys ended the lmMic heaing which began last Friday. Al the di- i ree.os pls Mrs. W. A. Gain- on, whose lmsba Was for- mevl$ a member of the board, Bob Wilson, Cheey Coat,actor, Penre and Dr. Rimrd C. Lang- :on took the witn altair. Matter Discussed ,. larl HiRan, Who vted no in the 4-1 decision Apal 8, urns the iast director to teg.'." y. She sai'd the decisi.o to bol- ,ih Poore'spofion was - cussed "very ,bely" a an April 7 excuti've meeting. At the time, she said, PAebard Rusel  the aba- bi}i,ty of baking the step. She said no decision, as for a she knew, had been reached at the executive meetirg. M. Hil. ,ton said She inquired many timex hether a d'eein had been. reached and that the nmter was ot discussed at any other meetings. She testified she for Poam's present d,uies are "very nec- essary" and exprssed  opin. tun they cu,ld,n't be pehmned by Dr. Langten, in oxidation to ,his other &utie. She  eaNlr tsi- mny abaft a tee c from Oamen S, telttng her an exeaive meeting woud have to he called to c ovisi4er "firing P(m," be- cause of an alleged misSake he made in preparg prelim- in ary bud,get fures. Mrs. Hilton said the meeng was never hem to the begt off her knledg and that she was never invited to one. She said, in eply to a que- tLon by Jhnson, that "on many occasions other direetm expresseed the opid th a bond ,issue to build a new lxigh schoM .in Chermy cod nt pass ,as leng ,as Poore .and Dr. Langton were, the adanstm- t0TS." She said she had no pat in prFarirg the taeemen read by Stewart at the April 8 meeting wi,, called f'-bl- is]ling Ptmres poti% told a,t the cop hur2 been sup- plied to her IX'ira" to Ixhe meet- rag. It Wes Obvious In reply Lo a questio by Murphy, she sad i ws ob- vious that some dec would be made, hut She 't know what i wuld be. She said reduction (ff Pool's salary was diussed briefly at the April 7 exeeu,tive meeting but non-rer, evcal of Po'e's contract was not mentioned. Johnson called ,Mrs. Gavaon to testify about a convema- ,t}on she had wh E. H. Wag- oner at which te Wgwer allegedy tam ,lmr beth admi- iztrators woukl have to leave beore a bnd me wu 1ss. Wagoner told hey, she said, that he felt an e of the ad- isWa,ters cofld be rived at thi time. Wilson, when called to tes- tify, reea' an ilformal gath. erirrg at Jahnsma ne;' was attended by ,nmmbers f the shoo4 baa.  ml Rt etl mlfl him a tl  that both Dr. La ad Poare would ,have o o before ,the district eoId ]lne ay harmony. Russelt tom  he said, that the district needed a ltrblc relations mare, rmt Ir. Lant, W'dsn Id M the gathedr;g was a..nged Johnson's wile by a tdeie carl and that about 15 persm were nt. He said it ws ot "a secret m." Dr..Lango testified that he had never been kd ls opinion bout romrom.g dsaict's ,'ve .tern, tm  he wou be glad to give what assistance he co,hi if he were ! He  Poore's des not be perfarmed eafevy if his potior, i waudbeto.am the roamignm d fxave duiies  he led, "Yes, 100 per cet." "Have To Give " a "t sy o the wlsm chair that it is his  Ms duties could rt be per/brined if ,the poUo is abolished. He oed with Jo tlt "sometlng would bae to give." He alo said h wodd be ng to exame the lms- biliy of  adfifinis- tmfive du, ties if he were aked, which he Ires not ,been, ihe added. Stewart was ,the first to tes- tify 1 Fidy. He said oore's job was a, botmhed be- ca.use the striet needs to di- vert his $14,300 sary o othe areas. He cited the dofet of three recen bond issues as evidence of a needed economy nlove. Stem-art was reled to th witlles statid wffien th hear- i.tg xmvemd Tuesday. The other drectov were also qus- tioned Tuesday, oer e el> jectias of Murphy, who said Che... test'.may was merely rapacious. Mrs. Henry Mumaw as also represented by Roes Worthington, Slkae attor- ney. who objected to her be- ing examined. He was allowed to advise her while she was 1 ing questioned. His request to questi Peare and Mr H_i w deied. Johnson srd the boe ,true purlxse ws "to get rid of Pore'e," ruther than, to ecommize. Murghy, howeer, contended that elimination the position was nt persmai.