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THE WEEKLY NEWSPAPER SERVING SOUTHWEST SPOKANE COUNTY Cheney, Washington. Friday, June 5, 1964 Single Copy i0 Centl Brown gives ample evidence that the ITHE WATER&apos;S FINE -- Koran Brown,  to enter the new Pool taking a dip short. GO ON, PETEI----Pe Hagelin, Cheney City Coun; . has come to Cheney at last and young- I dauahter of Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Brown, IV before Hagelin followed. The weather last I.cha! rman of the PadtS end Recreationmi@ee, rks,m .will be repeating this scene at Cheney's land-Pete Ha-elin tr" out the water which Sua- was a comfortable 72 de-rees in Che J hesitant about allying i,to Cheneya n@w StS0,000 ng cluring the months ahead. A jam-pecked I . .  Y : f Y. _ . . . .Y ., .'lpool. Pool Manager Wafly' Beard watched lathe background us ex acted when the offuctall o ens ts maintained at a constant temperature o ne and both reporTea sw,mmlng was mere " p poo, " ' Y P I"  los Hagelin finally took the big plunge to initiate the new pool 72 de tees Muss Brown actuall was the f,rst last Sun a Ofhcml o n "  g " Y "  I d y. " " pe ing will be tomorrow at 1 p.m. Swimming. e !! P001 0pens T0m0rr0w r 00zon G,rls Area Sludenls M,ke C:cero (heney Mer(hanls ,, . ,. . . . . . Ultra-Modern Sw,mm:ng u ' D0nate Awar tom Keaoy for 3ummer Ppet Show Plays Candtdales For Gets $630 ds. , d]lk " " --_ '"  _ - L ........ J Cheney s new $150,000 public swimming pool will open h. f',-'... I=1.11 Fw(f flAnra$ A00tFAe M DflIf Fvp_nl tomorrow at 1 p. m., Councilman Richard (Pet:e) Hagen said ils  -w r'It.tr'Ikt nam|l n nilU kWV$ VVlVV. unmn ,rl.Ww .a . t ,m nvm n,wvmmm llay ...... under vicing. The show will be e- Degrees will be awarded to Mike Cicero received sc,hof I CCheltey merchants we don-ana sLeeodC .lP ttttr ._ . puppet warding for ,those young tt 21 Ohene*y-ae,a studtmts  : aatlips valued at $630 at Che- ) ws of a nmber of wm'ds for i ,[., .,. -en "-et an n that the  -' ----'- : 'CLyt:Ia,ll ki,a, said Mrs. Joe Du,gher- Eastern Wahin,gto Ste Col- ny I-[ig Sehal commence-) Eastern Wasn'ln..n ate Cal. i _ ..... ' * , "" %_,at .10:30. ty, who has drected ttte pro- . . . . ment exercises fast rLaay. Imge reseaSze ticers 'iain- pprovea uy voters I grlsW pre- dc;tion iegem comlmercem.ent ex,eres-  ....... ling (kps cdets pseated at , ,W, ark on the ultra-modern I Friday, Satu:lay and Slmday 7 of lvs.' .... ,' ,, .... es next Frichy nght ,a 8 p... tcro re..el e:pane the anmml Achivevneat Day 'I,' shaped pool was beunJThe ,pool wi,l open at  on ,-*- lr, two chil:  .wo ms Leang m. in the coKege's Memorial 'xcage^ t.u:t). oarm.p.,jlas t Friday. labut  year ao fter votersl SaturdaTs and 1 p. m, oft Su- - vrany az me t)ayas worm ..... zvu, arm rre wmwon The outstanRn," a ,de.a t t.r- ; ave the bond lew__ reuuired_ days.. GMee scholarship, which ha, I , mn overwhelm a , , ,   ' * _, ,.^  , phy, donated by the Ratcliffe for its construct" L L "{ H, gehn, chairman of t/he a monetary came ca ouu , ' ' Pord Cempany, wem to Cadet cry s parks and reereati h.ave bee,n together snve join- ing Blue Birds .m tPhe second Fr Margaret Drum- daughter ,of Dr. and Mrs. WiRitam D,mwtoatd, echo are moving to Telmessee thi's month, tomorrow's event will be e ,fi,rml activity with the Fe ,organiti it, Heather latmare, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Lo,v- ell Patmore,m wh,o .o has lmg been with tke group, will ,be away next year vhffe er f,am- is n Cadiforna. Other members of e, Horizo.n group Diane Arkansan, Karen Brown, Patty Chatburn, C).I- leen Dugherty, Darleae Dein- inger, Ann Fletclmr, Pat G*:aves, Kristine Jotmson, Di- mie Lauff, Roamary Mm'e- bottse, Pare Reid rd Betty Smith. Sue Jtmson, junior at EWSC, is the leader of he group. The Okie;hayas 'lope they cart eaateat@in chiMren toanof row as tken payment for sup- port the covammxty has given: Camp Fire thvatgho,u,t the years. MEETING TODAY The Cheney School Board will meet today at ! p. m. in- stead of 4:30 p. m. as origin- ally planned, Assistant Super- intendenf Lowell Poore said. Fieldlxue. legistrar Pevrn C. Smith said 11 students wi .be award- ed Bacher of Arts degrees and 10 will receive BaChelor of Arts in Edue,tion degrees. Candidates for e B,achelr vf Arts degree incl*ude Dan A. And,rews, L. A, lwin Angell, D,oroth? L. Bwn, Smnuetl R. Kittg, Jr., William S. McKee- ttan, Ant<m J. r, Sally K. Nil.sson, Myrl V. Pover nd Robert S. Stevens, al of Che- hey, and Jerry A. Hines and Edgar A. Stimson Jr., both af Metrical Lake. Cartdidates for the BacheMr 'of Arts in Faiucaart degree are Olffferd W. Graes, Mie J. Outierax, J,:mes R. Hicks, Edward W. Lucern, Betty M. Parker, Mary R. RMm A, mta W. ReSleff and $ 'uia A. ,Robert- son, all f Claeney; Dean C. Crabtree, Mar,ul, and War- ren W. Cogswe, Espanz. Diane Hotrum received the $300 lorors sOtmarsha'p to C, ascade College and the $100 Darrell Jerue sCholaship. Rkhad Meyer received the $300 Ses & l0ebuck Shotar- ship ,and Gall Ste:ves ws ,awarded the $231 El,stern Wa,hington State College scholarship. Charles Dittmar's ppoint- meat to Nava &caderny at An- napolm, Md., w a'ronced al,n with Ruth Blclshaw's hrmrs at earanemet to Whitworth College, wnich cw- ries rio monetary vale. Tom Samons and Gll Ster- eo, s received the ,citizenship awards for boys  girls. Other award win,aer were: Jhn Fletdmr, Olab avard; B)wd Marsh, MI West award, and Dave Nieol, Ared Fmucis Walker citation. ity Planning Commission Will Meet Again Monday To Study Zone Proposal Tire City P.g , si.on will cantixrue its sdy of. the proposed R-3 zoning amerdment in Cheney at its net meeting Mbn,day at 8 p.m. A special meeting off the PLan Ckmrnissior axd the City @ou, rmil was ,hel Tuesday night. At that time Fva, ncis Sclmdegg, member of the County Plaxmmg Cornassian, recemmended the presen Lheight limit in R-3 zones be torched from 48 feet to abou,t 37 feet. The armin Coan- m,iss0n i.s expected t analyze the proposal Monday night aad send the recommended amendment back to the Cty Cuncil for pob] actima Tuesday at its 7:30 p. m. meet- Commission Polled The City Council voted 4-3 Tuesday rlig41t to remm the proposed .amerMment to the Phlmirg Commison fr fur- tl-er study. three member, of Oki. Mayor Nia Broken plled Girts will participate in puppet show Commission,members of wtmthe indcatedlan'nJag lt Cheney City Hall auditorium. An- they favor immediate action hlS e. m. Left to right are Colleen by the city Council at its next nd Krlstle Johnson. rneetirtg. The amendment how- ever, may iaaelude the rvision in height "Rmits and strict re. quirements fr off street park- irg. Raymond Whitfield, one o,f nan n Property owners pr- testing the ,amend,ment which :will allow coRSttin o single unit apamemt buildings in the ,neihbavhood m'th of Louise Anderson lmll, suggest- ed .an R4 residentl zone be establhed far oeatin o apartment buiMings without reMxing rearictoats in R-3 zones. Members of he P laming Commission ilieated such a stud ha, ,oh'early been made and the proposed amendment  slmuld st.axtd. Attendance Urged Residents oa N. 9th St., ex- tea-ed a call to other @heney residential residents to attend Mnay.'s meeting and give their wevs on the paposed it..C1, lbert D. Morig, Sp kae. Edgett Brothers uvaaish- ed ke 1Maque awarded to Ca- det C91. lbert D. Clm-k, Seat- tle, as .the outstding cadet at summer ROTC camp., Chancy Brareh, Seattle: First No,anal Bak, fm.'ished the bronze medal yam by Ca- det Sgt. Kemaeth Gldman, Spokane, s the outlstanding second year cadet. Ow PTmr- maey dpnated the a'ophy wen by Sheila Cttewal, Pendae- ton,, Ore., voted the outstand- in,g member f he Slmnsr 'Corps, women's ux of the ROTC. Trophy Provided Mosman's provided the tro- phy wn by Cadet Sg-L Rger Se'hjectMa.a, Vvouev, Wash., far ironers in Aanercan mKi. tory .histery, and adet Pvt. Antheny P. Feldlmusen, Sp kane, won the map veadixtg  trlhy donated by the Ckhener Depaxtment Store. , The trophy for ,the tastand- ing drill platoon, dormted by Safewy Stoves, Inc., (Yrmy, was acceded by Oadet 2d it. Harvey W. Harta Jr., Spokae, pl,toon comnmnder. Brown and Halter lotor maparty was dunor of the outstanding drill squad trophy, accepted by Cadet Sgt. James H. Gtts, Sea'erie, for his squad. American Leion Post NO. 72, Cheney, was the donor f mavksm,anhip medals award- ed the top three fivst-ye cadet lmoters. They were wo by Cadet C4. hares B. Smith arm Tery Menan, from mmn o 5:30 p. m. for ic)lassettblie swimmi,rtg. Swimming s will .be offered l sum- mer, aeoordig t,o demand, from 9 ,a. m. to noon daffy. AI exeeofian ) th sehe,d- ute will be the peod fm July 6 to July. 24 when the Gounty Park anal Recrean Depaa'tmeaat irmtructioncal Pro- gram wi be condzieted daffy fom 1 to 4 p. m. On thLee days open swmmirg will be from 4 to 5:30 p. m. Period For Adults Swimming for adults only wl be from 6 to 9 p. m. n I Tuesday and Tkursd.y. Open swimming  be from 6 to 9 p. m. Mona, Wendesday, ing a pprovl. The pool will be open dlly comittee, said water temper- ature will be maintad at'72 Richfield Station Grand Opening , Today, Tomorrow Bargains, fun and prizes witl be offered tody and to- morrow at the  opening of Lomn's RiebfieM at 620 1st St,, in Chextey. Fm, merly Ja_k's Rivhfield, the service statia is rov op- erated by bGren Agee, who comes to Cheney wi2x seen years of Rieiffield station ex- perience tn Idmhz). Opertiltg specials will in- cMde a carton of soda lOp with 10 gallons or mo off was aline a.nd a three ,pound earn, of shortening with a ],bricatkm and Pvt. Daniel Austin. job. , Tw Ceney cadets, William Bogo the clown will be on T. Cobb and Frmak E. Ham hated .rorn 1 p. m. ,to 5 p. m. each won avarcls Cobb, a ca- - - c.turd, to reet n " . today ,u ,,..' .r 's- de heuten , won the men-Zth e kids  cmM baboons txious seawSee: award for sen-land -o-"wffi be en'a'a7 and oadets. geant, was awarded a rifle lira,s "--- team jacket, t ,gee is married nd ls [our 'sons. The Agees ae mak- in their ,home at 604 2d St. PATRoLMEMBERS SEE BALL GAME Sclmal safety ,paWo at Bez Elementary .aad Catms MARKETS Soft W, hRe, bushel ........ $1.37 White Cub ............ : ......... $1.37 BavleT, ten ................. ..$41.00 (New crop prices) Wedrtesday .qtrotaton, F. O. B., Cheney. a,merdment. OWEATHER max. min. pre. A member of the Pkanning May 29 .............. 70 55 trc. 5 .00 .............. 71 Cormrsion iaxlieated today [ May 30 that in a,l probability the pro-,ay 31 .............. 72 51 .00 posal will be sent ba to elJJune t .............. 75 58 .00 Cty Catmcil with httle varia-[JU,ne 2 ............ '..77 50 .00 tion, if any, in time fr Tues-IJu.ne 3 .............. 65 42 .00 day's City Council meeting, t June 4 .............. 74 54 .02 i Sclmo* were guests of the seh<al district last week at a baseball game ,payed between Spokmae's Indians ,and the Ar- k:ohms Travelers. The Oheney Limos ub p:ro- vided reCreshmens at the ball park for the yourffsters. d by ree immers- tTe dectxic heaters, The tem- perature will wry sat.ly, de- pe.rtdng on ,szxl" radiaon. The "L" shaped p o(fl has dimensions of 75 feet by 60 feet and 93 feet along the base of the 'L."  range frown 3 feet to 12 feet.  and hi.h r 'boards, in se.p- ate diving areas are included. Constant Filtration Tle pool wll have cormtam filtration altd constant elo- natiun. Hagelin sad theWater can be cm!spletely ted e,evy 8 iours i need, Wlly Beard, a teer at Betz 191errtm SClOo w ,be pool marger.  pool persor, el ere 1. erie Hunt, Jim Bail Jesm,me Caves a Terry Ch'aiss. All exert Crhius have t water mfety instructur  mad advanced fixst aid certifi- cates. ttgelinl said in  tmtikety event the poll isn't  to- murrow it wii! be opened t next day or os soon as po- ,sible. He expects the opening wittmttt hitclL lmwever. School Program Set The Cheney School Distrk.t sdmmiag program, under tahe direction of the Spao,n, Cotm. ty Park and Reereatio De- pa,rtanent, w begin Jtme 15 and end on August 7. The fol- lowing is a sehedde fo the in struetimal Program: June 15 to Juiy 3', 9 . m. t 12 woo for cdre vh n- sicl of Cheney. Juy 6 to July, 24, from 1 p. m. to 4 p. m. fer child living n the mset, Win, Four Lakes, and Gr- den Springs area. This irmtruc- tian wiI1 be at the ffheney City pool. Bus rar, stmrtation will be vovided fr this miP-. eriod and the bus wt pk'k p chi,ktren at the flowing p,aces:: Four Lakes, W,ndsor SehoeL Smmet scheo,1, ttffito9 Motel. Glawden SprWs ,  Lake, and arg Haet Row} and Spotted Road, and the aMng Spotted Road. Instruction for dai liv- ing ir, ,the Amber .area will be at Williams. Lake sta Jul 27 to August 7 frmn ,1 p. . to 4 p. m. The swimming immactr will be Agnes C2mrlto, Wd*ly Beard and Betty Beard.