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THE WEEKLY NEWSPAPER SPOKANE COUNTY 69, Number 1 SERVIN[G SOUTHWEST t ''- Friday, June 11, 1965 , Single Copy 10 Cents Calls Johnson 30 //ayae tHelen) J'o,hn: oldest daughter o, Mrs. Ed Splichal, June 3 at the in Bellevue sort illness. S w b3rn Nov Pokane and fit- school in Pull- school in Che- in 1953. secretary at East- for several 'afro her where at Mountx, r school. Last to Bellevue was secre- Junor high became ill ago. her bus- Curtis, 8, ome; her Spl:ichal. me sister, Mrs. Long Lake were held Funeral George Burial was G ar- were David Ronatd John- J(hnson, En- Ln 0real Holmes GIVEN N were SChoal for at State Lions Rietz; Memor. Mem- 'Randy Mem- Citizen- Wahl; Spo- Wahl Richard NEW TRUCK ARRIVES--Cheney's new fire truck was delivered Sunday by the fire chief from Union Gap, who drove it from Madison, Wis. The truck is a 1,500 gallon a minute pumper which carries 750 gallons of water. It is a five-cab American LaFrance Students Accumulate High Marks The following Cheney High Sckool students have an ac- cumulative grade p,oint aver- age of 3.5 or better: Feshmen--argare Blair, Brooks, Dale Buob, Lynn Carlson, Bob Crabb, Ken Dob- bins, Pamela Edamatsu, Mary Goes, Dean Halwas, Linda Har- die, Jerry Hilto,n Matte Kem- bel, Susan Mercer, Susan Mur- phy, Ron Nicol, Dave Simp- son, Phil Stfler, Rosemary Swank, Linda Thttr, Tom Whit- fieM and Ana Wiliamson. Sophomores  Pa,tty Chat- burn. Area Fletcher, Bill Mc- Dongh, Tom Oswald, Renee Philleo, Ken Secrest, Dan Sim- chuk, Diana smith and Pat Juniors -- Judy Ashley, Pat- ty I)aininer. Steve Dobbins, Oherl Goertz, Rick Hiltan, Mrlne Hoover, Jennifer Jor. dan, Yrargare Kerry, Ruth Lass, Mike Liddell, Lmn Loo- mer, Jttd7 Moore, Carolyn P0re, Alex Raj,la, Clifford R,ahvback, Peggy Smith, Peg- gy Thomson and Sandy Y- def. Seniors  E4na Cheerer, Patrica Edamatsu, Carla Paekrell, Linda Gray, Richard Hagelin, Eric Leighninger, Lin,da Simpson, Mike Snapp and Bcrta Wahl. 'Difficult Period Facing School District Budget Swimming Pool Will Open Today, Weather Permitting The city swimming pool will open no later tan noon today, weather permitting, pool man- aer Waily Beard said thi week. Pool rhOurs will be noon to 5 p. m. and 6 to 9 p. m. on Friday and Saturday and 1 to 5 p. m. and 6 to 9 p. m. Sun- model The truck brings the city's fire fight day ......... in "1" " ...... "1 mnmg Monday me weeK- g r eev ro vnree pumper trUCkS ann one Ld, ay schedule ill be as tel- utility unit. Left to right are Art Bean, Cecil[lows: 9 a. m. to noon, swim Charlton, Jim Fischer, Don Smith, Wayne ] lessons; rtoon to 1 p. m., swim Fifield, Bert Conrath and Elmo Bartlett. |team and water ballet; 1 to 5 Kneeling are Bill Calvert and [irlard Corbit. [ P. m., open swimming; 6 to 9 /P. m., open swimming. $750,000 GRANT IS APPROVED FOR NEW LIBRARY A $750,000 federal grant to fie toward construction of the new John F. Kennedy Memor- ial Library at Eastern Washin- ton State College has been ap- proved, Thomas J. Foley, D., fifth district congressman, in- fu.rmed the Cheney Free Press this week. The grant by the department 371 Bowlers Com pete In Tournament On Saturdasrs the pool will be open from noon to 5 p. m. and 6 to 9 p. m. On Sunday the hours will be 1 to 5 p. m. and 6 to 9 p. m. Signup for swimming les- sons will begin tomorrow at 9 a. m. and continue through the summer. Lessons will be in two sessions. The daily schedule will be as i follows: swimmers a:nd life sav- ing at 9 a. m.; intermediates and :advanced beginners, 10 a. m.; beginners, 10 a. m., 10:30, J 1 and 11:30 a. m.; swim team, noon; water ballet, noon; adult irmtruction and swimming, Tuesdays, 6 to 9 p. m. Season tickets may be pur- chased at the pool or at city ha, tl. Rates will be the same as they were lst year. SPOetM ,high sdaool nights wiB .be p when the de- mand is great enou and when he weather permits on 2lmra om 9 to 11 p. m. fatuity ni.  . paied only by their 1arents wi ,be permitted. Adttl will be allowed to swan at any other time also. Pvl.0000e Brown (ompleles Training SELECTED 627 Vii- of the FOSS TOURING EASTERN CITIES Roy Foss, city accountant, lef, t recently for a vacation in New York .and is attending a convention June 5 to 11 in Philadelphia. The event is a national con- vention of the Mu,niei.pal Fi- rm.rice Officers Association of which Foss is Wa,sMngton state president. rol Marsh of Amber, right, receives trophy from Dean Katherine Northrup ceremonies at Washington State University. award as the cadet corps sponsor who the enhancement of the IROTC program. major, she is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sponsors serve as an auxiliary for the es. A total of 371 bowlers from Washington, Idalko, Montana, Oregon and Alaska c(mpeted in the Oheney Bowl's second annual Pine Cone Handicap tournament, Jim Dyck said to- day. af health, education and wel- First place in  mixed fare will 'be added to $1 5 mil- ....... .. foursome event went to a Spo- lion to e rm.se oy tmnmrg: kan team m,-. . ^,,A,, amst tmtton to complete thin nnd W,lJr l,-I... T ^ $2.25 million hbrary. , . . r ."a'io- " *" " ............ : Tlggs and Joe Walling Thear L,II 1 Ule tl'lllgly WIll, f ..................... I our game total was 3 163, and ue n woowaru rxeaa, me I rmid .1oo ' present site for EWSC footbaA11 -:o-t'_ ..... ...... g,mes am t-ra'ck meet& East-  were *^ - ' ..... " ..... ' . . .  eu a xciu tem ern will pl, ay ts ,home $oothall I of Mavit-,, a,,..-.. , n d .... g es at Joe AIM Sadi,um m , .,, , , . , Spokane th fall but  Say-} In th ........ " ...... t lll/t2tl ,[l evn !ages are expected to returu ] IAn -,--  *-,- new foot,h.u ';dA ... ,..,__.a,.. i -r ...... ,.. ..,---., .,,r-. ,,, a,re completed.  .... ,,-- a,. .,.. The college exzm to ,,-- N the wne..'s  M- for ,a ..... .,-..-,: ...... I yn tloo0wm aotl 791 to ldbra next month P  Bttrns and etty Amonson f I Cheney placed ird a sixth _ I a.t wn $20 and $10 respect, Lt. Stevens Haggard of C3aen.e,y . ,, walked off with the $100 me s JJm mm.--. singles lize with a total O4 I I 5111 ld lly 923 (819 scratch) foltwed c!_sel? by Bill Weigel,  of Army 2d Lt. Robert S. Ste- Cheney, with 914 and a $70 vens, 22, son o,f Mr. and Mrs. prize. Ralph H. Stevens, Route 3, Joke Esslinger of Cheaey Cheney, was .assigned to the quMified far a century, award 3d Armored Divisio in Ger- with the ,hgh single flame of m.any, May 25. Lieutenan, t Steves, a for- ward observer in Battery C, 2(t Battalion ,of the 4ivisdon's 6th Artillery near Gel'nlm,usen, Germany, entered the Army in October, 1964. A m ember of Eflon Sigma fraternity, the lieutenant was graduated from Chancy High School in 1960 ,and Eastern Washington State College in 1964. Former Cheneyifes Sought For Estate Mrs. MiI4red E. Haste, who lived near Oheney in the 1940's or later, and her children are being sought by the adminis- trator of n estate in, Interna- tional Falls, Mirm. , Norman Olsen, adaninistra- tr of lhe Martin Peterson es- tate, said Mrs. I-huge was mar- tied to William Haugeand they lied near here with lmir four children. The oldest of the children, a girl, would ni>w be about 37-years-ld. The oher tl,ree ,are boys, with the oMest, Willi,am Robert Hauge, about 36-years-old. O lzen wrote Acting Postmas- ter Robert Shea, but one of the Hauges are 'Sll lLsLed on a ntathng address here nd none h,ave forwarding addrees, he sa,id. Anyone with information re- garding the Hauges may write Olsen at 1403 10th St., Interna- tional Fall's, Mitre., 56649. the tournament, roBing 257 scratch. Cheney Courts Chancy Justice and Police I Court resuRs the Vast two! weeks are as follows: Justice Caurtttabext B. I Tiffin, Four Lakes, rm per-I ator's license n person, fined l $6; Rees M. Maddux, Stmkane, no operator's license (eJ7ired),/ fined $6; Richard L. Reiner, i 503 4th St., impxper passing, l speeding, fined $19; William l A. Schmidt, Priest River, speed- ing, forfeited $12. J (ail L. Stolp, 24 N. 8th St.,/ PVT. CLAUDE BROWN speeding, fined $10; Gary D.  Army Pvt. Claude L. Brown, Eroviek, failure to stop, no/son ,of Mr. nd Mrs. Clarence valid ,operator's license, fned completed eiglt weeks of ad- S14. L. Brown, 304 W. Fifth St., Police Cotrrt  Erick W. vanced infantry trniag under Heintz, 419 B St., failm-e to ]the reserve enlistment po- stop, fined $5; Kathleen Ken- I gram at Frt Polk, La., June 4. nedy, 105 W. 6th St., negl'igent| Brown received specialized driving, accident, fined $12; instruction in small unR tac- Peter Beeker, Louie A. Luchin, Spokane, peeing, forfeited $12 and $10; lbert Lee Hug- gins, Sedro-Wlley, speeding, fined $7; Gary Alert Robanske, I Kennewick, speeding fined $10. Ranald H. York, Spokane. I speedg, fined $12; Phil H:] Pierson, Spokane, failure to' stop, forfeit $12; David Shaw, 523' 4th St., failure to yield right of way, fi.ned $12. Milker Is Champion Ken Dobbins of Cheney wn the reserve championship with his mil'k_iag Shortho, June 5 at the Inlard Empire Spring Dairy Show at Deer Park. MARKETS White Ulub, lm-el ........ $ 1.32 SO4t White, tmshel ........ $ 1.32 tics and in firing such weapons as the M-14 rifle, the M-60 ma- ehinegun and the 3.5.inda rock- et launcher. The 20-year-old soldier was graduated from Chesty Hiffh Selm(l in 1963' and attended Eastern Washington State Col- lege. DOG CATCHER HIRED BY CITY The city has hired a dog catcher, who wi patrol duing the morning and evening hours hen dogs ,un Ioe, officials revealed this week. A list o4 impounded dogs wiT1 be kept ,t city hal. A fine rrmst be paid before the dog will be released from the pound in. Sokane. Ower will be required Spokaneto ck up their own dogs in Area Physicians Attend Symposium Dr. W. A. @amon af Oheney and Dr. K. W. Douglas and Dr. Richard A. Humphrey of Med- ical Lake attended the symp Superintendent Foresees Host Of Money Problems By William J. Riggs, Superintendent of Schools Material which the admini'tration red during the 39th legislative session indicated that the Chen.ey Schools would have, at best, a difficult time in fimancing its shol prrams during the 1965-67 bien,nium. This information pointed out that i.rmreases in funds should come from the State level and thal a sohol district's fixed charges, particularly those relating to salary programs fr all employees, bad built-in autoartatic incre ,aes which required, each school year, additioo.al flmds to finance. During the course of the te@ishture a great deal of tlmug wa ,ert to ing school funds as well as changing the ne fo- muh by Which State fund were ditrRmd to selmal distrie It was felt that the new formu'l sml,ld not be ad}apted wilm$ providing adequate funds for ddgtribution. As it turns out, the new ap- portionment formula was adopted, but appavent.ly ade- quate funds lve not been pro- vided to maintain school pro- grams. On top .of inadequate funds, the legislature also, in the appropriatio.ns bill, ear- marked salary increases for i,,, other utilities and the addi- tion fixed charges commeted with the shave, would requh the use of the $30,000 cash re- serve carried dring 196.5-66, phm another $30,000 to be raised, pbas whatever ammm of eash reserve the would want to maintain, also to both certificated and chssffied emptoyees, thereby taking con-i be raised. trol of 80 per cent .of the bud- ! $50,000 Out of Balance getzraWay..from local shool J. In other wmMs, the 1964}.-67 _a as: lln.m va an umoun- i ouoget  be $60,000 outat rtecaCt_:tor many SChOol. d]s-ll)a}ane e rnmtain_ing the pres- c oevause, coup.ma wire a j e,n progr,m, lroviding salary requtre o per cent increase in 'increases, and providing saries, was a provision of less the new buiing, not includiaag than 3 per cent in add,itiomal funds. District Had Advantage During the past years the Chancy School District, like many others, has ,had a distinct advantage due  the presence of federally competed children in its . The federal gav. ermnent, .under the pvisions of PubIic Law 874, :hus paid what ,anmunts to "in lieu of taxes" to scheal distrk edu- of federal aetivitie aeta Faehald 'ALr Force Base.. These flmds aare made it poe, sible for the (eney Shools to oporae a good edeatR)nal pr without oig to the people with a request for extra funds flmough special levies for nmbntenance and opera- tions. Now, however, the new apportionmen formula dis- eou, nts some o4 the federal funds from the State entitbe- ment because it coun federal funds as local funds. In the first year of the bien,nium, the lass is $12,000, in .the retard an additional $20,000, .making a total ,of $44,000 in reve,nues tat are not available to the school district as they have been in the past The 10s o4 these funls, coupled with the extra east of opening the new b'igh school, and the fact that the Iegislature was rmt gener- ou in the State appropriations, has forced the Oheney School District, as well as many oth- ers, into either cutting pro- grams, or raising additional funds oeally. Budget Figure Cited Esti'rrmtes of ,income and ex- penditures for 1965.66 and 1966-67 indicate tlmt School District No. 360 ean preoare a preSminry budget for 1965- 66 which will maintain the present pogram, which can be bahnced, and whi'Ch will carry a $3'0,000 cash reserve. This bud'ge would *include: 1. 5 per cent salary increase for teachers. 2. Corresponding salary in- crease for building principeds. 3. 5 per cent for clsified emlloyees. 4. Prvision o: (a) An addi- tional elementary librarian, or; (b) Ftmds for curriculum de- veplnent work by a group of 10 teachers for three weeks during the summer. 5. Increase in expenditures for textbooks and library books. Preparing a prenary budget for 1966-67 which woull maintain points 1 to 5 above, plus; 1. 6 per cent salary increase for teachers ad principals (!e,gislators in their recent ses- stun earmaked this amount fur !96.67 salary increases). 2. 5 per cet salary increase for classified personnel (also emarked). 3. Mieffice of current pu4eaer ratio. 4. O pe, the new ,high seml bui'Idir -- additional funds neoessa-y ,to keep the district in a cash positien. The board, thereO)re, is faced with a delemma; it has sewerl alteative courses v attiC)n: L 1. Adopt ,be 1965-66 bud- get to maintain lhe preens ; cut t  $), he 194}7 budget. 2. Cut both  1965-66 and 1966.67 budgets to nlke u9 : $60,000. try, rams  el a 2.5 mil & o ngof 1966 whith finance the 19667 mvme maint f cash 'eve. a4Y. Maintai.n he 1965-66 bud- get and cl a 5 mill special M & 0 le for the spring o4 1966 vhieh would Povide for the maintenance of a balanced 1966-67 budget ami tim maia- to,once of a $30,000 cash re- serve. The board has discussed t,l financial future of  Dis- tri No. 360 on n,umerous oc- casions. They are pleased llhat: the cmm, unity has SUplWled ,the build,ling program with the, page o the bo,nd ismm and levy in September, 1964, and a secand levy i Mreh of 1965. e board is plan o put: a thi,rd bukfirg bnd  or: the ba, ltot in  lrin of 1966,. to cgnwlete be building pro-- gram. The sohool board teals, how- ever, that the needs to b6 general understandin by the people ou, ghout the school districts of t-e costs iived in the operation and mainten- ante of an dequate school program. UriI there i geer unlerstanding, the board feels that Jt wuld be foolish to plan h, ool programs based, in part, upon speci'aly levy fmmcin. The board os recognize, tmv- ever, that uless the legis/a- ture of the State, of Wastg. ton meets its blgtion to el dren all over the, State in the 1967 legislattwe, Cheney, e, wen as mst other sch4 di:s- tri&s, will be special le school districts. Budget Trimming Due The bard, herefre, has d cided to trim 'both bhdgets fr 1965-66 and 1966.67 so as  live within the income avaiit. able to the district. The then must make a decma i the spring of 1967 in   tinanng the schools in 1967-6"9 biennium. If the lature does meet its tion Which, at this point would be a hazardous a, ssumption, tl board would not need to place a special levy ,on he ballot in the spent of 1967. ,If, ,tmwever, the legislature does not meet Rs ot-, | ami this is the most likely case. ! the the board WIg lm m  ternatt bat to tbe le llesetmol to  by  ",e em e slum on clinical medicine and surgery held in Spokane last Saturday Barley, ton .................... $42.50 Wednesday quotation, FOB i Cheney. All dogs are required to he o.e.haf administrator, one on leashes and to be licensed, ,secretary, vo custodians, "two officials added, bits us divers, heat, liffhts and  special levy the qty programs the comunu ity desiree tly, a dt, (Continued on Page 8)