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68---Nttmber 49 THE WEEKLY -NEWSPAPER SERVING SOUTHWEST SPOKANE COUNTY (&apos;hfmev Wnshinzton Eriday, May 21, 1965 Y FoundT00eir 'Bug' FIRE TRUCK BREAKS DOWN ey's new fire truck in Madison, prompted this Fire Chief Ce- looking for looks like we good o'ne!" n.d Bill Calvert re, N. y., to American ). and drive it to wanted to Ln Properly and Ugs." Almira May 10 and had driven about 900 miles when the water pump failed May 12 at Madison. Charlton and Calvert left the truck with a Continental en- gine dealer for repair and flew home. They will decide shortly whether to have the truck shipped here by truck or to go back to Madison and drive it the rest of the way home. That is, of course, if all these "bugs" are, Charlton said. Summons Slovens 00iz. 81, retired Who moved sere& month7 in a Phoenix i883, at Ot- Slavens in 1903 Covnel,ia 1918, at a carrier th, in moved to Cheney and Mr. Slavens for route rnent. He at- R. L. C. A. and was an serving as the 'and state sec- times. con- d wrote nd no- as- Master master of a in 1929. o the c l,b -- He was United m Cheney. 'heal, th moved to hi s rwio w daughters, (Lorna), and Mrs. Phoe R. Slav- Mrs. nine arrd were held City Clerk Is Admitted To Institute Roy G. Fss, Cheney city clerk, has been admitted to membership in the Internatim- al Institute o Marricipal Clerks, according to an an- n, ou, ncement today by George B. Weliman, IIMC president. The Institute is "tire nation- al professional association or- anized and existing specifical- ly for city clerks, finance of- ficers .and like officiNs of the United States and Canada," Weliman asserted. The IIMC president, who is town c!erk at Waterton, Mass, indicated that some 2,000 of these "municipal key officials" in each of the 50 states and 10 provinces of the two nations # DISASTER STRIKES--Linotype operator John Early cleans up all that is left of last week's front page of the Free Press after the finished pae form was dropped on the floor by Clarence Bower, veteran printer, who has made up hundreds of front pages through the years. After the type is placed in the page form it must be carried to the press, but this time Bower "pied" it, which is trade talk for dropping. Thousands of words flew in all dircct!ons and the entire front pge had to be set over J egain. The veteran Bower "pied" the type at 3 p. m. and Early and Pul:isher Guyel Frost went to work on two Linotypes setting each frGnt page story over again. If was 5:30 p. m. before the page was "made up" again and the press run was not finished tmld memberships, caong with until 7 p. m. This meant, unfortunately, that some subscribers several who occupy such mun- icipal offices in prominent cit- did not get their paper on time because of mailing deadlines. IRes of a dozen nations throu:h- The type dropped out of the page form because it was not pro- i out the free world, perly tightened, or "justified," as the printers say. Bower had The certificate Fuss receiv- a hard time justifying his goof to publisher Frost, tool ed cites his "active interest ......................... and personal parUeipation in the ,advancement of standards of pea'formarme, d a dedica- ti, on to progressive and respon- sible municipal govermnent" as charaeter',mti of tltose ad- mitted as members of the in- stitute. Fuss las been Cheney city l cI,ek since Sept. 1, 1958, bay-I Cheney Merchants 14 Stud, l Pr0vide.Awards I Admifl /For ROTC (:adets haFve[eenOhatmi'edreatahettel fesziormt education prgm Gheney merchants and set- al Eastern Wahirtgton State vice clubs are donors of CUege. awards to be presented to East. CHENEY COURT REIULT$ GIVEN Cheney PoBce and Justice Court results the past week are as follows: Police Court--John Chap- man, Spokane, soeeding, not guilty; Richard Smith, Spo- kane, speeding, fined $17 Louise M. Leggett, Spokane speeding, fined $25 (suspend.. ed); Ann J. Bradford, Pine City, failure to stop, fined $5. l ern Washington State Cbtlege Reserve Officers Training J Corps cadets for outstanng [ achievements at the an,hunt J EWSC ROTC Achievement /Day next Friday The Ratc[{e Company is donor ,of the trophy to be awarded to the outsandig ca- det. Edgett Bros. have furnish- ed a plaque to go to the out- standing EWSC cadet at sum-I mer camp. Owl Pharmacy has provided the trophy to be awarded the top membev of the Sponsor Corps, women's auxilia,ry to the EWSC ROTC. They are Joseph C. Bake, san of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Beke, ]205 Ce4ar; Terranee J Car- lin, an of R. T. Carlin, 5707 S. Swotted Rd.; Jean B. John- son, 1613 Fifth ., and Andrea L. Simchuk, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alick Simchuk. Dr. Lovell E. Patmore, EW- SC pofessor of edueaUn and director of processional admis- sions, said admittance to the program is a prerequisite to upper division courses in edu- cation, and is granted only after students have completed at least their soghomore year. Beke is a sent'or majoring in Mark Dearborn, Spo,ane pall speeding, forfeited $9; Ianice aes, p. A. Green., failare to yield right L. of way, accident, fined $25 ($15 Stew; susperded) $2 costs; Dana Da- vis, Aberdeen, speeding, for- feited $11; Terry McMacken, Spokane, speeding, forfeited $11. Justice Court--George H. Bhin, Amber, negitgert driv- lhe Spokane ing, speeding too fast for eon- Cemetea-y. ditions, forfeited $29. ISf. No. 3 WEATHER max. min. pre. May 15' .............. 69 36 00 May 14 .............. 62 34 .00 May 15 .............. 61 40 .02 May 16 .............. 54 42 .01 May 17 ............. 56 35 .00 t May 18 ............... 63 41 00 May 19 .............. 64 41 .65 brush fire at Harry  MARKETS on Spangle White club, bushel ........ $ 1.36 one quarter Soft White, bushel ........ $ 1.36 Barley, ton .................... $42.00 and one tank- Wednesday quotation, FOB Cheney. Mosman's has donated a trophy to be awarded to the top second-year cadet in American military history. Safeway Stores, Inc., Cheney, have furnished the trophy that will be .awarded the outstand- i n drill platoon. Brown & Holter are dnors of the fro. phy for the outstanding drill squad. American Legion Post No. 72 of Cheney has provided three medals for the top marksmen in first-year ROTC. Used Furniture Business Stz rted The Bargain Shop, a new and used furniture store at 504 First Street, opened for busi. ness this week. Dorsey Lewis, proprietor, said he will buy, sell and trade new and used furniture and other usable items. He will also do repairs of all kinds, Lewis said. ' I FOUNDThis 1908 $10 bill, which is signed by two former Cheney recently in a trunk, by a Lewiston, Idaho, woman, where - for many years. The bill was purchased by Mrs. Jordan f Lewiston for $12.50 from the woman who found it. Mrs. Von mghter of Mrs. Henry Wynstra of Four Lakes. The bill was custom on those days--by R. H. MeCartney and W. J. Sutto, Ors at that time. Mrs. Von Tersch said she plans to give the bill to tHenry Wynstra, who was raised in this area. The signatures are the bottom of the bill. industrial arts, Carlin, a senior is majoring in mathematics, Mrs. Johnson, a senior, and Miss Simchuk, a sophomore, are majoring in home econ- omics. Moto!cycle Shop Opening May 26 Spike's Cycle, a retail outlet for new and used motorcycles, will open for business Wednes- day at the Phillips 66 Station. Brian (Spike) Protzman, pro- orietor, said 'he will feature Honda and Suzuki motorcycles and ,a complete line of new and used models. Protzman, who has raced motorcycles for a year and ,has worked with them for two years, was recently discharged from the Air Force after be- ing-stationed at Geiger lield. He attended high school in Everett. Protzman resides at 1126 Oaka, nd in Cheney. V00rgini.00 Moore H0000med Principal Mr:. Virginia Moore. dau;h- tc:r of Mrs. J. M. Moorm;m, :03 l,(mrth Street, has been pro- meted to principal of Kalmi- :t)-:is Sclv)al at Brookbg-tlar- b::r. ()re. She is at present a teacher z:t Kalmi:msis, a position she has held since 1957. Mrs. Moore is a gradu,ate of ;';astern Washington State Col- ',, ge and has a masters, degrm, ream Teachers College, Cdum- bin University, N. Y: She has !ake:) dvanced work at the !niversity of California at Los 'n.e!es and the University of r)Ff?:)n, Stop for that coffee break alton on a long trip. i Stores Will Close Cheney merchants have agreed to close their busi- nesses May 31 in observance of Memorial Day, Warren Westerman, Chamber of Commerce secretary, an- nounced today. Memorial Day falls on May 30 this year, which is a Sunday. School Board t I Slales Speaal Meeting May 31 The chairman o the school board has called a special board meeting for Monday, May 31, at 8 p. m. in the 'lmol district boaxd room for the pe of setting the pre- ary budget for the 1965- .36 shl year. The board caiman. Car- men Stewart, indicated that -neetin:g ,,.l the needs of the cho district with avai:lble eevenues vill be a difficult ':ask daring the next biennium becattse of the size of the ao- ropriatio,n from the legisla- ture. Most school districts have been handicapped ths spring m preparing their budgets be- cause they needed to have in- lormation on the new ao9ar- iionmerrt ormuta for distribu- tion of state school funds and for information on how much money was avail, able to be dis- tributed. The new a,pp.ortionment or- mula will have particular im- pact upon the Cheney School District because i counts a hiher percentage of federal reverm received by the dis- trict for the education of chil- dren of government workers than has been the practice in the past. The net result is a decrease in state revenues for the Ohe- ney School Dirict rehtive to whet other school, districts wll receive darin the eomi bi- 00mm. 85 per ; cm of district s come from either the state or feder- al lvermnent. Hossom Return From Mexican Stay Dr. and Mrs. H. K. Hossom, Barbara nd Charles returned home Stmdas, from their eight morrth stay in Cuerrmvuca, Mexico. While there they stud- ted at the University of More- los in Cuerrmvaea and the Uni- versi,ty of Mexico and aveled widely to visit historic sites. After crossing the border on their return they visited many educational institutions in the Southwest ,and up the Pacific Coast. Their son, Lynch, is staying with friends in Cuer- naeaca in ,order to finish 'his school yeur at the Swiss-Amer- ican School. He will return to Chancy near the end of June. The Hossoms vilt spend the summer at their cottage on Williams Lake. 'Shot00' Available Salk plio vaccine and other inoculations will be available at the American Legion Hall in Cheney Mon6ay starting at 9:30 a. m. CAR WASH SERVICE OPENSThe Cheney Car Wash Service, a five bay "do it your. self" car wash business, opened this week at First and Cocolalla. Cars, trucks, motor. Single Copy I0 Cent Public Library Boosters Continue Study On Plan The feasibility of establish- ig ,a public library in C, heney, by joining the Sokane County library system, is baig stud- ied by a grotrp of interested citizets at the request of May- I or Notan Breton, boote of the project report. At a:'public meetin Maeh t3! preliminary discussion was conducted on the subject. At that time Mayor Brown asked iHrt all available facts be pxe- "00'own And Gown Forum Next Friday Will Fealure Brazil Richard Weaver of the EW- SC Enffhsh deprtment wiJ1 resertt an appraisal of the lit- erature ,<g Brazil as reMted to the political social and cultur- al history of that nation Fri- day, May 28, in the faculty totnlge at W. W. Isle Memorial Utrian: Weaver will discuss the in- fluence of racial fusion, E,uro - !)can cultural, identity and lin- guistic isolation as reflected in the seven, separate "cultural islands" which produce the bulk of the nation's artisti ffort. Weaver's interest in Brazil ates back 15 years t'o the :e:csion of then-President Jus- ce]ino Kubitsehek to build a modern capi,tal in the back- lands of Brazil in an attempt o encourage devel,opment of the grea, t economic weth of the vast jungles, m,ourlains and plains o,f the nation. Like mast Americans who became interested in Bxazil, Weaver son fomd that this urique ,and far-sighted decis- ion was not si.ngttlr m Bra- zilian history; 'it was in keep- irg with a long-stan,din tra- dition which is reef leered in , such events as a bkmdless ution a separation from ual, vlunta,y agreement of "feen ,dodos" to free edr own slaves, 'and  retbli,. ment, in the 19th eentttry, of a Brazi&ian 'academy in the spirit of the "AcademAe Franeaise." This wil be the t ,lth'd in a series, cald "The Town and own Forum." TownspealMe and coIlee people, mn and women, all are invited. The ta,lk and discussion will begin at 8 p. m. City Fire Alarms Monday, May 17, 2:35 a. m., Monroe Hall. Writin desk on fire. possly caused by cigar- ette. Smoke damage and fire damage to desk and curtains. Tuesday, May 18, t:20 p. m. trash fire "in vacant lot on North Third Street. Children playing with ]natehes probable cause of fire, Little damage fire controlled .... Deadline Reminder Several new correspondents have started w, ri news o their communities for the Free Press, so a deadline re- mirrder is in fine .again. All cr-. respondence must be received at the newspaper by Tuesday noon in o'der to appear in the same week's issue. sented to the city council at one of their meeting, s. The courmR set that date for Tues- day, May 25. The Chney Associ,at,(m for a Public Library has been chosen as the name of the grottp making the study. Sev- eral planning sessions hove been held at the hom,e of J. B. Stearns. Mrs. Stearrrs has been elected chairman of the group. Mrs. Louis Grotto,us, Mrs. George Allen and Mrs. Keith ]'racy have been named to a steering committee. : Membership in, the asia. tion i s ,open to N1 C:heney citi- zens, according to Mrs. Stearns. "We urge everyone wlm is interested in 's project to contact me or the other mere- bars ,of the steering c(mmt- tee," M's. Allen said. "We wod akso like to her the views of aryone wlo might oppose the p,oject. We will welcome and consid,er al/ sug- gestiooas." Joe Daugherty and Mrs. Gra- fious are listing posible lOc- tiaras for a library. Pete Smith and Mrs. Bernard Kinsly are etimafig the cost of shelving. Mrs. Wladys,law Treke has been in eonta,ct with officiah of the Splvne C:ounty Library c<m. earning details of available service. Mrs. Stearns said Chene:y residents may use a bookmo bile or any conty branch for $3 per year per family, or free on a valid city Library card. The Four Lakes school is a nearby bookmobile stop. The next stop is scheduled or May 25 from 11 .a m. to 1 p. m. The summer hours will be from 1:3'0 to 2.q5 p. m. on June 16, June 30, July 14, July 28, Aug- ust 11 and August 25. S28S,331 Awarded (heney Distrid The Cheney Setiool District will receive $285,337 in state atchig funds: for construc- irr of the new high hoo, State Superintendent of Public In:sttmtion Louis Rruno in- formed *he Free Press this week. Dr. William J. Riggs, diset su'porintendent, explained that fu,nds for the nmv scho(xl come from three sources, the Che- hey District, Amber and state matehirg funds. The state matching funds come from the Referendum !2 bond measure approved in last November's statewide election. Pugh Direct00 Chorale Kyle Puffh, who is as, ecia' with the V'lley Mimic Conser- vatory., is director of the 21- member Spokane Val.ley Char- ale that will present a program oi secular and sacred music Sunday, May 23, at 3 p. m. at the Spokane Valley Methodist church. Proceeds are to be used for a music scholarship to a Valley high sctmol student. Mr. and Mrs. J. Brenton Stearns have purchased the home of Dr. and Mrs. Roger Harder on 309 N. 5th stree. cycles, trailers and other vehicles may util. ize the washing equipment. The business is operated by Clark Cole and is the only one with five bays in this area.