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50 THE WEEKLY NEWSPAPER SERVING SOUTHWEST Cheney, Washington.: Fday, May 22, 1964 SPOKANE COUNTY Single Copy 10 Cent# CHS Seniors_ " Graduaie - Evening ..... C Graduating Class s 7 Honor Students School Principal George "FiSher &apos;has announced graduation at commeneemen exercises 8p.m. ircludes Ch'arles At- Jr., Nancy Lynn Orvis Mickel- Stevers and Adopted DRtmar, a mere- will CHARLES DITTMAR Charles D!flmar Gets Nommahon at2p. gynmas- J. Bre.n- beer,abut- adopted, as is stude,n vil, lead the and et K Mayfie,ld, Sandra L. May- field, Sharon Meske, Richard Meyer, James B Mickelson Barbara J Mer, Steen C. Miller, David M. Nical, Kay F. Owen, Mercedes Pa,bon, Don E. Pierce, Marilyn J. Proms, Leo- nard A. Ralph, Shirley S. Rob- ertspn, Patricia A. Ryan, The,m- as M. Samons, John T. Schell, An C]arence R. Scott, Gary Ed- class ward, Mary S. Scully, Gary W. we'Ve,me the Shill,tam Marylyn R. Siblley, relatives i Donm! a M. Skjotiraug, Shirley A. will ] Smith, Yvon,re M. Spearman. address on, I Denis C. Springer, Gaff FI J Stevens, Be.rre. R. Stumbo.ugh, lg /Lischka J. Styer, Fred P. Swan, adVsor, class ad hrtor whose s graduat- shipman at the U. S. Naval Academy. Having qu'alified scholastic- ally and physically, he is auth- orized to report to the Naval A,cademy, Annapal,s, Md., on June 3'0, to be sworn in as a Mids'hipman in the U. S. Navy. During his four years at Cbeney High Selmol, Charles has been an honor student, ,has lettered in three sp,o.rts, and has participated in raft(ms extra-curricular activities. He has been active in the wrk of his church, the United Church of Christ, and in the youtb program there. Charles is the ,son of the Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Dittmar ef 504 G St. En route to A anapolis 'he pan to visit b_dS er and sisters in Seattle, Pv Alto, Lamp,c, Oali., MAlmu- kee and Arlington, Va. Peny A. ttorton, Diane M. H etrum, Sue Ann I-Ioyt, Lynn O. Hurst, Margaret L. Jack, K, aren D. Kidd, A. Lyn Koch, C,avol L. Lay*con, Richard W. L?.Llln.nde J. LeVan, c+r,,IT o Naval Academy Lois C. McCall J Lois C McCM], Steven L. [ Charles A Dittmar Jr., C'he- IeMi!tl(, Karen K. Matn, ]ney High School senior, has froward C Marsh Jr., Jirn M. treceived a Presidentia.1 naomi. Marsh, Marie A. Maughn, Jan- nation for apioin.tment as Mid- uates, not younger th'an 17 years of age and nt older than 21 years at the tme of their entrance into theacdemy. He Claudh A. Tarbert, Che:ryl L. said, "High seh, olti achieve- herrult, Lois I. VanHorn, ment and ph.ysicM itness are, Terry D. VCalace, Shaon Wad- of. course, pi fctovs in son, Ma,rct}le Westmorend, gmnin,g admitk,e  the Jesse B. Wills J, Glenn E academies ,and sttayin N there." Wi'enghby, Su'san G. Wion, He also reported that he may Randolph E. Ytes. name five Mtevnate novainees If or orderly successi.o to ad- ;mittarme to he va,Vius acad- emies, sho,uld, the prhnigal I rmminee be a;ksqualified by the academy. Others Possible Haven reported th,t Wash- Diamond Jubilee Event Stae is rm,ully Mlot- e a total of five apimintments Diaral, e ,chaetlsen a Ohe- p rters ald photo r rs and  the U. S Mereb@nt arine __ _ _: . .. ] o. g plm I cdem arm that h ny, ne 'an 'tali . . ' Y e m y Host . ,,  . ty a tuneheon m th,er honor at lnminot e 10 boys to co  ess for 1964,. representing ! the Plaa Resa,uan ' , . ,., pe th W, ashingon atin ,, ' . ,,, t .with c. th appntm,,s. He ....... of[ Mss Wshlmgon, Mardz Ha- stud rm won esmnl , wneat trowers ,nas te, . gr, appo. cen o ,  in,,; ..... m^acj [gcn, acting a,s .hostess. Iments or geographicl uotas fot-w,hf,,Z"v---Y+,*,,J:a.. / Afterro- o*;,,;; .... , are available for etran into on .--,,.m,mc un ,ao_.C,o wll con- Fe,s00val to pa00t00oipate the [tinge wire a +our of Seame / the S. ,qo00t a00a,rd A00d- "Festival of Queens," a Dart of !Center graunds, a vit to the/e ny'. out ala interested men the fi ' " - ' ' , snotaa write er inf, arvaa io , re-day Dramrid JulNlee I Space Needle and a coke.  - -, ...... t n Ceelration Slated fay June 17  tail" party and recention /ann appimauon I)lanlcs to he , "- t:oman:dant, PTP-2 U S through 21 at ,the Senile C:en- . , At the l,ateafternoon coao- Coast uard, Wn)gt,o,n D. C. %!,, i Gu,be will will pro- ! Dianne Michaelsen Will will Represent Community At aLre: M. Eiza- Black- L. Juan- C Dittmar SON tee She is the dauglter o Mr. and Ms. R. L. MiChaelsen, 621 Union. As the queen releseating her community, she will co- pete with other queens nat}on ceremony, the queen of Washingtm Commumty Festi- val will be crowned by a Stare digrAtary. Washi*ntor Cmmu.rity Fes- tiwa is planned to include all I Congressn',an Will Nominale 4 Boys For 3 Academies Co,ugresman "a,tt Koran an- nounced today at he will mm'ate four Fth Dstrit boys for entrance next year in- to the three major s,ervice! a:cademies. Horan stated that l.u will nomin,ate two boys for eltvanee i(nto the U. S. Mili- tary Aead:emy and one each for the U. S. Naval Academy and the U. S. Air Frce Academy Hora.n stated .that he will nominate bys based on the results of a Civil Service qual- ifying eam,inatin hich will be given in November. He said, "The fa'irest way I know for determ/ning who among the applicants will be awarded my n0.minations is throug'h the Civil Service qualifyn.g exam- m,am,na. In this way, every boy has a chance and the ones scori,ng the ghest grades re- ceive my nminatiVns." Application Required Koran re@orted that after he Ibas made the n0nfinaions, the' vespe.ctive academy ten con- du,cts is own Cholac ad physical examimations of the nominee. He stated irat boys wish'ing to pailYate in the competitive eaminutio,s mus.t file an applicati, by October of this year. He said hat he is orwacding appliV.ans and in- formation to all high scboots in the Fifth Co.ngessional Dis- trict. Applicati blanks can also be obtained by contacting Horan's office. ; The Fifth District Represen- tative said ap, phoants are re- quired to be High School grad- thou'h,out,,th Stue for th 'title of Miss Wasgton Comm, u, mty Festival." The winner, as que of tire Commumty Fosti- be royay entertained a three-day "Queen's at Alderbmok Inn. M. JOhnson; ornr he luxury res( o Hood Cargal, wi h'ot the queen and her parents. Schedule Listed All contesta,n in the "Fes- tival of Queens" will be the guests of VCash Com- mmity Festival and Century 1 Center, Inc., Sunday, June 21, the final day of the Fesi- vail The quee' .day at the Seat- tle Cter will include a mo- ing press cfe.lrme with re- Fire Deparlmenl areas ,of the State in a special bservance of Wahington,s 75th year of statehood. The eontintmtm prNvara of exhibits, displays and enr- tainment is admission.@ee t) the public. McKays Overturn Boat While Fishing A ha'mmsskig experience re- ce.nly was relented by Ira Me- Kay of Medical Lake. lVIKay and .his sen, Lores, were fishing at Nth Medical Lake May 2 and h,d a nice Open House Set The Cheney fire department will hold its armaN open house and free pancake aatd sausage feed tomw from 11 a. m. to 1 p. m. a City Hall. There will be free rides n fire trucks f children who have witen perm from their parents. Fire equipment will be on display anti demon- strtions will be given. The annual event is held for the puN!ie to thank tlmse in the Cheney-a.rea who have giv- en their support thro,ugho,u the ye. Chairmen tMs year are Bob Harvey and Harold Cra, wford. Wed,aesday, before the body was Shipped to Cheney. Mrs. Srn,h came to the Che- ney area ,as a g'ml and was the wife of James Smi, a teach- er in this regio for many years, n,ow deceased. Survivors are two sons, Dr. Victor Smith, of Mnm,outh, and Kermeth Smith, of Kenne- wick; two grandsons, two great gvandonls, ad x) sters in Spokane, Mm. Maude C2ma- bets and Mrs. Bmma Waen. She was a member of the Presbyterian cirurch mud the Civic Club of Mnmou.t,h, where she hind made (her home since 1960. Lan.gto00. . _g . . to?P':1 ej 2yRXlj.d]sIeSarn;gnt:ia,,e,u eran University. Dr. Langton submitted his A six-point program to aid resignation Wednesday nighi young workers who will be executive meeting of the }ookmg far jobs wken s,chool school board. is out in June .has been read- Came As Surprise ted by the Spokane ocal office Dr. I,ngtan'.s resignation of the Was,hington State Era- Security Deprtment, rectors, who had not had prier pl.'ay'ment came a a surprise to the di- Bllwoed Lease, manager, an- knowle.d!ge of his decision to ounced today k ave Cheney.. "Increasing numbe (>f yo,uth ,are fi, ndin,g it necessary to compete with eac,h other for jobs in a labor mlarket which con,stanfly demands higher skills," Lease sNd. "Job place- merit is the primary objective of the Spokane Employment Service office and aH others in Lhe sta,te." Steps outlined by Lease which the employment service is takintg to aid yuth in find- ing emplioymen include: 1. "Employment For Youth \\;eek has been d'e'siged as May 31 through June 6. This is the 15th annual observance of "Emlpl'oymen, t Per Yuh Week" riginated in Spokane in 1950. 2. Campier'ion of this year's RICttARD LANGTON cooperative program with His letter of re sigrmtion s,cbo,ols to help find vocations read ,as follows: for graduating seniors who "Please accept my resig'na- w'an fu,ll-inm jobs upon grad- tion a,s your superintendent af u,ati,on. Rased on coaeng in- sclois effective June 30, 1964. terviews supple,men,ed by var- ious e,sts, the program is de- signedto find the typeof N dB d work for which the youth is era an fitted. J'ob4i.nd service is On Tuesday mut complete a work applica- tion .and be screexmd. 3 A service to high stool dropouts may he atterapted, based on results of a four- catch by . Because of high wind they decided to t2ml tests may be connoted D --| ' I move in clr to hore and do by selective service boards ^  eam laKes some still fiig, e ' : am .= ..0 .,., - anoren had dropped the front ene)uTgeedmptPoymPt .cte lmr and was moving to the . "f t axe lint full Nellie 00mlth batik of the boat to dr CJle I . 'ee' 1 r,. ' y am- _ back ,analmr wlen the'boat [ .p, ed. Here, hey will be pro. waea wn cou reCerml .. (uneal serives for Mrs. fliped over, pinrg the ath-[- .., . . , INele Smith will be hedd to- el" underne.m'h. ]o avaame r2a, inng and job morrow .at 3:30 p. m. ,In Jee's McKay said he irad a dfi- I pmcemen. Memorial chapel with burial cult tim'e geging out as--the[  foll,owirg in Fairviev c.eme-]suction of the boat and th:e[ tory. The Rev. K. W Larrisonlwator seemed to form a vae- ' irllll U will officiate. J uum., Adding to the men's dis- 1,1 i/1',1 .ere . , l comfort was the 38 degree in HMrarTSiJhhl.W. 8s0 d temperature that mornin,. Wdn_d$ A ... ' "' ' , Althou abo.ut -' ,, vmnuvu R. I'h -, lon(mouth, Ore., ths wee'K, o ..... gh . $100. worth I mmrg equipment was Memorial services were held ' ' A sknmlated civil defense sclml pilot study soo,n to ,be conuded, the vImte plan be- ng a caoperive ngemen etween the employment ser- Wce aml the resrch office of the State DeImrtmen of Pub- llc Instruction. Some sCbol vouset's rm irdovmaly re- fer dr0mts or potential da'op- ou,ts to the empkzment ser- vice for counseling, testing, or placement. 4. A fmrn program aimed at full utilation of yuth in ag- rieultural w'k. Advance in- formati o harvest work will be provided to sudents. 5. The Governor's Youth Em- pk)ymert Committee, whose activities wtU be coordinated: by tire Employment Security Department. Membership is comprised of private citizens interested in youth enply- ment and goveamnet officials whose responlities include services reh.ed to oy- merit. he department hko has liason with he Was(m ] Stae Counsel for Children and Youth. 6. Service to selective ser- vice rejectees. Tiros iling t Selective Service educa- warnirg drill for Chancy and School District 360  be sounded Wednesday a 10 a. m., Civil Defense Di El- don Engel said today, be' The war ,ng stm, d will a warbling toe r sh,prt blasts for Chee rniutss. Under ac- tual attack, citizens are urged to take covey hnmedtely in the .best available shelter When the wm'tig is so_ded. The vcarbltr, g ne means alck is "imminent." A steady blast of h'ree to five mirmtes means , attack is "probable" lgngel said the  is being simuted to equ, ai eitize with. the so tmd  the sire so they may be ," a auel aP. red tn event The North American Air De- tease Oammnd (lorad) "Cav- alcade of Muc" .band, rele- serting the 200,000 persoml of the @anada-U. S. North American A,r I)e,nse Com- mand, wi esen a free con- cert at lastern Washing.ton State Cltlege Tuesday evening. Consisting of slected must- dumped into the_ hke, the Mc- Keys retrieved about .half of it the next day. ANNUAL POPPY SALES UNDERWAY Poppy sales today nd to. marvmv are sened by the Le+gon auxiliary. 'lwers are made by the vete,a in the Wala Walla Veterans Hospi- tal ad Spokane Veterans Hos- pital. Ftmds re used fr the rdra<biton of the veterans ,and h, eir fe. Mrs. Lillard C%it, past president,  Mrs. Eenest II T, president af 4xhe Iral m t, and members are hand. ling door to do'or solicitations. 1 a,.lso request release f,rm my 1964-65 contract. "It has been my pivtlege to be offered the Imsition of dc.n ,of stude.ts of a weste u'niversity, and I cnside R an opporhmity ice lofessa] advancnent. "t i,s my hope tat  oe overi@ing futu, re coe I the school baa and patrs will be the wegare of their school chdren, as no other consideration has lsting value." Here Five Years Dr. Langton is cowetig his fifth year as sate[- ent here. Prior to  to Cheney he was superitelet of the South Ceral Im( dis- trict in Sou,th Seattle for three Before thor ihe was l'm- c/pal Gf Fster $uir-Smr High in the South Cen!trl dis- Lrict, which is oeated between tIighline and Renton,. He ws at Riehlan.d in the ju'nor high level before tat, mai,y in c ounsli.n+g. Ke is a 1947 grtuate of PLU and is on Lhe uriversity's alumni board, lie earned tfi master's and doer's degrees at the University of Wash- ington, the latter in 1950. Dr. Langton's home is Tac ma, 7 miles from Parkml, where PLU is located. Officlal .action on +his reg. nati,n will not be take uil the school tmard meet Wed- need, a y night in 49e boml rector may be named to the vacancy crew-ted .by a + nao last week. Dr. Laa., will  k ai PLU July 1. He e So leave Chancy about lme U m" 12. His wife and fa Jn him at Par u 0on as they can sl their 0une here. Lakeland Village ,ans fl'om the U. S. Army, To Have Open N: " =" avy, Ar ]oee and Royal I H ..... Can, adian Air Force, the 70-[nu Uy piece bad is omducted by Lt. | Col. Mak .Azzolina. He was | Lakeland Village s 'Mxtia a- nam.ed o need . . uique [nuel open 'house will be M mumoai ogamztmn n Apl, [Sunday, May 24, from 9 a. m. ]959, arid to orgarize and train |to 4 p. m. the grotp. Success o,f this new concept in mitary bens is shown by the band's annal comart in .York s Caaege I-hit. In addison, the bad Ires made  ,umerus ppeavaees n tele- vision, and tins tnmred the country preentivg concerts. Renders Honors The band's grm3r time- tk)n, is to perform at tary ceremonies and render hoors to di'gniCaries vi. "th NORAD headqu'ters at Colamdo Spngs, Col. Visitors axe asked ,to ting a picnic lu,ne nd eat in th attractive eex ve. Coffee will be f H- ever, Wrangle In (the kids' own malt sop) will be open all day for light lh. . Lakeland Vith'e pem.n w take visi, Sors on a tour through the has, the l, hos00ml, h00nmZ gard00 and + greerdmuse, dining areas, h areas and ptant f The edaeatiarl stf supervisors re'all be lble for cansuYmtim Administr,aive staff  dty On tour it beaomes a "Pops- Sur,8y  be L. F. tinsel, concert" ,bmd; is "c'ade superintendent; Waldo Jack- of Music" repertoire ranging son, asst. sperinteudent; Ir. from the classics to Dixieland E H. Wyborney, medical di. jazz. Its dane-sho arches- rector; Dr. Gerald J. eRey, tin, tlm NORAD "Cmmand- e ..... dPl director; E. W. , .rs, pa, owdes mustc for fes, social service director; Sack tire military and cvia, n dane- McGee, psyehogy ; es and entea'm,me,nt pro- Leonard Long, dleeclar of ed.+ grams,. The Tuesday program at caehn; Joseph Fram, pex- EWSC will be at 8:15 p. m. in vir of home living; Ray. W. Showalter Auditorium. DAN SALTER WINS F. Furman, cap!ain; IIRrry A. Sempf, bus'mess rrmmag; Mrs. I B Herrman, et ofeev; arid C. E. Young, plant nmn- ager. PTA BIKE ROADEO J2 Alarms Answered Dan Salter won first lee[ City firemem answered two in he bicycle "voade" spo-[, during t re past week. sured last Saturday by the ILast Saturday units responded Cheney elementary PTA. to a motor and washer fire at Dick H,'aan, Betz School 'Nort,h 7 and Elm Sts. There teacher, .Said the event is, spn- sated to Womote greater safe- ty amorg yurg hi.cycle riders. Oer winners were Ann Beard, who took second place, a,nd Kathy Harvey, third. '" .shw there has been an increase in bke ac- dents since the discnt&manee of the bicycle roedeos of a few years ago. It is hoped that these roados will becme an annual event and will teed to a decrease in accidents involv- ing bcydes," ttaris sd. was ra false a,ltlrm a: Pem-'ee Hmll Tuesday evening. OWEATHER max. min. pe. May 18 .............. 82 36 .0 May 19 ............. 76 53 .( May 20 .............. 79 49 ,{E  May 21 .............. 71 43 ,04 l O MARKETS Soft White, bushel ........ $2.05 Whitle Club ...................... $2.05 BrIey, ton ............. : ........ $42, Wednesday qtmtation, F. O. B., Chengy.