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i? : &apos;T/e.e..._.__ CH THE WEEKLY NEWSPAPER SERVING SOUTHWEST SPOKANE COUNTY 49 ITS CHENEYGerry Lind- Poses with his coach, Qnd Steve Miller (top) during High School sports banquet The tiny Rogers High runner, who astounded the Growers Organize support by Con- Wheat Ex- the gvop from the costs of one new wheat )hopes to Soon as wrk ts ' Leon .ge Legality heabCotton Bill af lea,t grow- ly 10 per cent of the n,ormal by the yield of farms qualifying fr Wash- price su,pporks and subsid'ies, , has .all wheat Wedueed in excess drive .of normal ytel(s, and a'l of the wheat produced on fares chal- nt eligible for supports and of subsidies. The committee's legal coun- sel, Wesley A. Nuxatl, Co,fax, reports that prelim2nary work indicates excellent Wosrpects for a suvcesseul case. The fund-raising drive, now in Rs sevo'nd week, has re- sulted in substantiM doations from over 100 individual con- tributors in 12 Eastern Wash- ington co.tmies. COwnites are alo being formed by a num, be.r of couty Farm Bur- eaus .to assist in further solici- Satios and o .perform irtfov- matin and publicity fu.rmtions. Farm Bureau Opposes of I Farm Bure,u  had strng,ly recent-I opposed enaotanent of the lill [sl'aon Isigned April 11 by Preside,n au.thoriz-[ Lyrdn, B. Jhsn, vChich eon- Agieul- tairs Wo,visions vevwhelming- :Port tax ly rejected by wheat owers Upon all in ,a nationwide roferendum last " year. The Saet tlt a i I large m,ajority of Con,gvessnen J I from all major wheat states ':( l outside the cotton belt voted : !i L.  lag ains the wheat-cotton ,bill , in e U. S. House of Repro- ) which sentatives indicates that most c: "No tax [wheat growers still feel the , .artictles isame ,as they did vehen they state.,, :voted ganst the 'referen- dum," said Wilard. Other members of the Wheat of th e E:port Tax Committee are Roy Esliek, Dayton:; Arnold ,Franz, Rtzvile; Joe F!ltan, ! Fairchild;  IO!ieker, W'all Wlta; Richard McWtmr- tar, Prosser, nd iRa'chard Per- not elig- kins, Pause. cefi- Cheney Girl Cited under 2ELS a resi- and Betty Thomson, 1963 C,he- ey Higl Sclmol graduate, has n awarded the reshman scbotarship by Mortar Board' ,tetivities, semor women's hen- craw., at the University of Va,shington. Miss Thumps.on, a freshman, is the da,uhter of Dr. and Mrs. D. M. Thomson of Cheney. Andrews Accepted Dan A. Andrews, sn, o Dr. J. A. Andrews, 204 N. 6th, Rt. 2, has been accepted for next fa,ll at theh,, University of Was- i.ngten sclmol .of medicine. He s now attending Eastecn Wshington State College. It MARKETS !Soft Wl-d,te, buhel ........ $2.05 WMte Club ..... : .............. $2.05 Barley, ton .................... $42.00 Wedneschy quotation, F. O. B., Ce,ney. WEATHER We should get back on schedule next week. Frank Schadegg is having s troubles at the EWS weather stion. Cheney, Washington. day, May 15, 1964 Single Copy I0 Centi' Cily Allorn00's IPoore In, Wagoner Out; B, .., Dr W I Gamon Boosted I Ct, ty Attorn.y Jhn- son's salary was find a!t $225 t ] a month with a.a additional $50 mnthly for tnograp'hic [c/xpe,es at Tuo:day nights -I, 3-2 Vote By Durectors C.,w uo'a:.cii meeting. IJIIqIWqVM rlI, RM R A - on  . An:)thar MD (ice, Improve- To $00llmmr Keyerses April UeClslon m cnt Dstrict) petkm was re- ceived-making a total of four pen,cling LIDs in Ciheney, The ---- Alfend o I well Pom'e is back in the busiRess was reached toda peti.tion f cr street "nnprove- tnm I. MI..,,^t [saddle, E. U. Waffonex i,s out with the board's expr:ess inte y mnts covers thearea on J. JIMU Ill I'IlilIII.MJIG and Dr. Wilfred A. Gam,an tion .of moking ,a thor>tgh St., from W. 5th St. to W. 7th [ may be on the way in. :study of the matter of a need St. .LeRoy Ish.erwoffd, 152! 5th 1 These we,re the main dev!-lo:r t.h. pition of a:ssistamt A punic hearing is sched- .'[., wne.n.,e.y, nlS :,1 se:ec[elopmenrs " wenes<la,y rihtslsupermtendent for .business uled at ,th.e next Ccil meet- as a pvmcp,anc in rne iatvnm uaeney cnool Board meeting, t in future school yes The ac- ing May 26, starting t 7:30 Science Fun.dation sponsored The directors took formal n)-! .tian-was 'taken fter hue ca- p. m. The hearin,g :w be on a institute of maVhematics fv,r tce of their deeson to renew [sideraan of al etars i- request fr an amendment to elementary 'school pers)nnel z-.ore.s contract as .asssan yolved with particu,hr thought the city's zoning ar .dinnz:e in at the College .of Saint Teresa, superzmenaent tar usiness. eing given ta lhe g of the R-3 residential areas. The Winona, Minn. Ishe.raod was reversing their April 8 aetionltrict as a wtm,le. ch,ange wo.uM alldw vny hum- one of 569 applicants, which botished his position. I bar of units t. be cnstructed, The institute will .open June The vote to ren,ev his ean- vr0viding that othv require- 22 and, nue thro,uffh July tract was appro,ved 3-2 late meats such as froht,:side and 31. Monday aftmatan, deadline reor f0cting and  street The objective of the insti- for the decJsi,on. parking space are adequate, tute is to mprove and streng- Resignation Accepted then irtstructi, on in mat'hemat- Wagoner again sbmitted Wheat Sign ||" ies by providing a program to ,his resign,atiOnacceptedand th.s time sports world in several races last winter, o.ffered ,an opportumty o be-i cited pressing busi,nes,s de- ,.ok. area .m.,,er .,.n.,n. oo ,.o .o,,om d Exle.00 oomo as er techn4ques and materials Bau,lson then presented a pc-! step. Miller was toastmaster for the evening.  of instruction and will be a- titian bearing 198 names a,sk- About 125 attended the banqueL which is Deadline for the i64 volun- forded instruction n the eval- ing that Dr. Gamon regl'ace held to honor various sports participants, ta,ry whe,at program!up has uatim of the most effective]Wagoner on the scihaol board. b-:en extended one Week to way of using these mate.rials[ Wagoner succeeded Dr. G,am- h%y 22, Jerry Rees said boday, to promote learning. Integra-I on in the first place last fall, DR. W. A. GAMON !ed seminars and planned lee-[but his re.a:ppo,intmen, t is by r$ ek Wrk A total of 620 apNCants had i tures wfll be part of the sum-[ no means ass'ured. Eve,ritually, "The vote was three to two, tke wit:h Mrs. Hen,ry Mumaw and directors make a rec- s!gned n Spokane unty by mer institute program. [ will Members of the Luah Hori- ?uesday, Rees zen group, a;I high school jun .... ommen.dation to the county su- Mr. C.armen Stew;art dissent- Jars, plan to put their time and ']'he d e,adine was extended perintendemt, which gen.ezaEy ing, standing n their original eergy to work this summer, because of wet fiord candi- is accepted without questi.o,n., dreeisi!o,n." The girls are interested in tiaras during the sign up per- C0url Retails Just ..w.ho they will recommend I Teachers Hired any summer jobs, full or part i.od and ,the heavy ,rk oad s s:tfl'l .anybody s guess. [ In other business, the t- time..FOrservicestheir regular and I on eunty offices of he ANN- Oheney. Justice Court re- Study Planned lots: special see their ad i cultural StabiltzUn and Con. ; ?on Arii 27 through leased b,y the directors Mn-lf'r F-,dth Evans, third d, on page 3. ! servat!n 'y ,, as foows: :" . A prepared statemen re-I Approved ,teaching contrails  - 1obert L. Broekway, Yaki- day rea'ds as f'aHws: Vidor; Joan McCllum, third "  ' A ' .... </':. .' ma;:-pass, fine4 $15; et'Decisin to renew the c. Commenc00,,,ent SpeaKer I00'o00r. ant superntenflent of Cheney ing, finned $10; Gerald L. Camp. Scll I)istriet No. 360, ad India Ambassador To U S. forfeit- re-establish the poilaical of as- ed $34; Delane M. Pfefle, sistat superintendent fo" Ind,i's ambassadr to the United States, Bvaj Kumar Nehru, wli be the featured speaker at Baste,m WaShinon St:ae Oallege commencement exercises June 12. Ambassador Nelu was scheduled to adctress eom- men cemen at EWSC last Juv, e, but at he last moment found it ,ntecs.sary to ca, heel his ap- pearance because of the gress of dipam'atc duties. David Manley, Scio, Ore., EWSC serior ehs president, sad Nchru's talk is expected t:o be es, pec'ia,ly timely in vew of world ean, ditions at the present time. Born Sept. 4, 1909, Nehru was educated at his home uni- versity in ANaabad, at the London Setral of Eco,rmics, Balli,'ol College, Oxford, and at the Inner Temlate, London. Be- fore 'his lresent appointment in September 1961, Ambassa- dor Nehru wa India's Cmrnis, sinev-Genezal for Ncooenic Affairs. Roving Ambassador A dstingihed member of the Indian civil service and JOSEPH TEETER TAKEN BY DEATH leva services for Joseph H. Teeter, 57, a former Eas- ern Washington Sate COllege student, wl be held at 2 p. m. ody, at MiRwoed Commuaity Presbyterian Ohurch. Toeter, an industril ats teacher ,at Trent ,sChool ad a life(mg Stml0airm resident, died at a heart all, meat Montasr. He was sc*hedued to trove surgery dt, rig lhe summer for a 1,on,g,sta,n,dirg hea con- dition. Fie is survived by his wid:oav, the former Mary Jne Mat- tock of Cbeey, and thre.e d,au, ghters, Elizabeth Ellen, 12, ,Kathryn Jo, 1O, and Sharon Iay, 5, all at the .lme. EWSC ROTC Review Will Honor Mayor Cheney Mayor Nolan Brown and Eastern Washington State Collage president Dr. Don S. Patterson will be honored by a special dress review by the EWSC reserve officers train- ing corps detachment Thurs- day. The review will be on Wood- ward Field on the EWSC cam- pus and is open to the public. It will start at 9:40 a. m. dscribed often as ,1 cmm- try's "roving eeonorme arobas- sadov," Nelu started lis of- ficial career upon j,oining the Indian CiVil Service i 1934 as assistant commisitr in :he gvrnment of the Pun- ib. In 1939, he was ,Imbed at :he nion governent' head- quarters a,s undersecretary to the Detartmeat of Education, Health 'and Lands. Grea, t Fags, Mnt., s, forfeited $42; Fred R. Sing, 121 5th St., Oheney, speeding, fined $16; Rudy R. ltz, Rt. 1, Cheney, permitng unlicensed !pertn to operate molar ve- hicae, fined $16; Wlimn E. Lee, 27 N. 4th St., Oheney, eunnir, g red lght, fined $6; Lyre R. Bruce, 15 W. 5h St., Cheney, speeding, orfeited $12; Dean F. B,kamt, Spokme, spe ,'.ding, w.feited $12; James heveafter, he jined .the W. Hokivis, fm]eo,n, speed- Department of Finance and ling, ikrfeited $44. after sewing in the ninisLa'y] in different capacities, was appointed secretary to the a gvemment of Ind., Depart-lglA me of Ecommic Afais in Groups To Have 1957. IMrlier, from 1949 to 1954, he was s.tatived in Washington as executive di- rector, International  of Reconstruction and Develp- meat. He also served as ntin. ister of the embassy in Was'h- inWtn. Background Extensive Ambassador Nekru has been connected very dose,ly with the fomuhton and execution of phs for the econoic de- velopment of India and simul. taneosly has been itimateby associated with i,nrv.atival altair. He  India at the ren ccm2ere,nee in 1945 and at vaN.ts Com. monwealth fivanoe rnisters' conel'eces. Nehru also represented lnda at the United Natias General Assemy from 1949 to 1952 and aga in 1960, aRd ,a ,he BandugCX)evenee of Asian and A2rica States i 1955. He was a member of the UN Advisory ComaTdttee on Acministrative and Budge.,ta Questions from 1951 to 1953 kl'Ird  ,at laresen'.t a member of the UN Investments Cm- mittee. Ambassador Nehvu  mar- ried and has three sons. School Pair Local Park Leaden Do .!onson and Mary prore have been named Che. hey leaders for he Spokane County Park and Recreation Deparmen' summer recrea- tion schedule. James Van Matte amt Shar- on (3ravos have been nmd leade fr the Medical Lake Joint Installation Joint ,rtstaltion of officers of Coner (high sCb3ool and Chancy elementary P. T. A. Will be 'haiti Monday at 8 p. m. in te Betz P_,lemenry school. High sclmot officers to be intstaiied axe M. Dean Sgle, preskle; Nelson Oar. , vice-preRdent; M. Dan l Lam,bert, scretay, and Mrs. Enid Omeald, treasurer. lementary aflfieers re Dr. Walter Powers, president; Rev. Ge0vge Nichols,-ie pls I idet; Mrs, Bert CMn. ath, sec- Mretary, ,and Mrs. $hn Marnena. s, tl'. Mrs. Walte Erickson, PaSt president, will be e install- ing officer. PTA WILL HOLD BICYCLE RODEO The Cheney Elemeta PTA wi sponor a bicycle .safety rodeo tonmow fvm 10:30 a. m. to woo at the Betz Sckool termis cot. The event is open to aH boys and ,girls wko have ssed their 8th hir2tctay but will rmt reach their 14th b'trhday before June 10. In ease of rahn, the rodeo will be cancelled. BOY LOSES EYE lspadolaRoy at, 10- year-old so of M.T. and Mrs.. Albert Rosena,u, 10st ihis right eye when struck bY fITing met- al from  ther's hwn mov- SEN. MAGNUSON, DANIEL EVANS HERE TUESDAY Two of Was ,kimn's top po- 1Rical tgures will appear at the latern Washingto State Oolge Studen Unun Tues- day morning. i U. S. Senator Warren G. la.gusan, D-Wsh., will speak at 9:30. His ,bre talk wiil be fol,lwwed by a question and answer period. Daniel J. Evans, Repa.bcan gttbernatarial candidate, will speak in, the sme pee at 10:30. Both talks are open to the pu'blic. Wins Pace Paint Job Ratctie Co. received a special paint job far lartiei - i pating in the Mustang Pace Car cattiest and pZing in tle Checkered Fhg group. Mark Rae attended a hmlm meeting in Seattle VCed, Iron, ring Ford dealers f their pv :iNn in the contest. The iKustang paint job will he the same a the official Indianam4is Pace car and will be ued. ,as one of Racliffe eompany's disphy ears. area. Cheney and Medical Lake will take part in playground activities and nstruetion phas- es of the summer. er. The accident haed Sundy aLeno(m and ,he was: fused to D hospital, but doctors were uable to save *din eye, grade, Stmeet: Molly L. S,ehneid,  glade, Wirdsor (:hf- 'time), aad Stof- anie I-lalwas, C,el__al rtd F_a- !'!_h, lgh school ( time.) Accepted resai from Robert Eve r,on, high setlool coach; Patti Ikeen, t, and Mrs. Mie , Windsor. Granted a request by the AirWay E,0mgel:ical levee ehurffa for use of Smmet audi- toviu, m 1Way 22 for clmrch lr- ty at 'ental of $5; granted re- quest by Mr. a,nd Mrs. F. A. (or.dn t use arden facMities August 2 far 50th wedng anmiversary celebra- tion at rental of $7.50. tntered into agreemen with MOd'vM Lake school district ,atlwing Medical Lake 'bus to enter ehenoy district to pick up students Mm attend Medical Lae schoolS. A lban Crean 'Gets Medal A fmer Fstevn Was, t<m State Cgollege reserve od- fce ahting corps staff member, Sgt. 1/ Altan O'em, has been wm, ded an army c ommen&tian medal bad on' his excellent performance .a SUlypl7 sergeant while as- si, gaed to the eoge. Sgt Croon is now ged to  738th engineer company in Thland. His fe, Mm-- t iese, and their tlree children live i Chancy. IN THIALAND---Sgt. 1/C Alban Crean, (right) formerly with the Eastern Washington State College reserve officers training orpl, gets army commendation meda| (first oak leaf duster), during ceremony conducted in Thialand