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THE WEEKLY NEWSPAPER SERVING SOUTHWEST SPOKANE Cheney, Washington, Friday, June 12, 1964 COUNTY Single Copy 10 CentJ ndingPrograms IOoalhSummons / gly U g ge Wull Hughlught /RaTmond Shepard Fluoridation Here Siren r ed Duringo00 Summer iOn Trip Home -- ,s, ,nr:&apos;:naU Cost Estimate schedule Aother newspaperman, Wil- Funeral srvices for Ray- programs at Eastern College dur- quarter start- indu de such &S tWO s)- ,a dancer, a and lectures on 22, the col- ' alumna ina re- Odessa and V'aley'High gaduat- witll degrees East studied with music now retired f music de- Con- and is n Near Otr<c. PPeed as tn Pops liam Stringer, chief of The Chrisrtian ScieD-ce Monitor's Washington bureau, will speak o,n "1964---America's Year of Decision" July 22. Stringer has been ,a eoerespoD-dent since 1935, aD-d authors the column, 'The State of the Na*tion." Closing the program July 30 will be Won Kyuk Che, Korean dancer, in d,araces of his rmtive land. A former Kor- ean college professor, Che has studied rat the Jd School of M, usc .and at the Martha Gw,ham Sclmol of Co,empo- mxy Dance, and has given dance recitals at Carnegie Hll, the SeatEr World's Fir and at manor college,s and universi- ties throughout this cotmtry. All pvogrrrts will be in Sh- wMter Aud'torium o,n the EW- SC earn:pus arc 8:15 p. m. with the exception of the recital by for addi- Wvn Kyung C'he wlich will Peared on start ,at 7:30 p. m. eisin in The public is i:D-vited to all performances. Adniss,an is msieal di- free. Sym- and a noted a00[Now 00choo[ Will by IB e Topic Monday mend E. Shepard were held Monday at Riptnger Funeral Home in Spokane. Bural for lowed in Spokanle Me*morial Gardens with Rev. Donald Ross officiating. Mr. Shepard died last week fflezzo- in a re- vho the San ml Phi,1- Orches- A "musiealecture"inform. en route hn].e from In@epend- al talks at the pi,ao will be ence, Me. where he trad go,he presented by Rei.a'ld Stew-I n a vacation trip. He was art Jut,, 28 Stewa-t a .... + I born on Nay 5, 1895, in Peoria, J '  11 UIIUL - 1 hl, and came to Cheney at the star, cling pmmst and guest con- I '  .......... dttctor of man- re#or S" |age oI IZ wii;n D_IS parenus, Mr. phony orchestra, w.i rel.n/'md Mrs. Ohia,rles Shep,ard, who a lro,zram titt "M,io 'm-/s,ett'led rOn their slh Lake Kin.gs, featuring music writ home,stead where he continued ten by the greates, t o Europe's to make his home until dcath. composers lnsped through He was a member o the the encoumgemen of kings Chen,ey C:hristan ehurc.h and and p,rknces. IOOF lodge; former mn:a,ger ,of the old B,urgan sore and he Grange Supply in Ohcmey. His first wife, Happy, weeeded him in death 30 years ago. His widow Exenina, was wih him ,at time of death. She A special meeting of the !Cheney School Board will be held Mondey at 8 p. m. in Che- hey to dicU nxt ;eptern- ; proposed school bond levy election. c Wulff, the school archi- tect, will be present to outline proposed plans for the new school It will be the only item on the agenda for the evening. to at Her of the met with Mrs. Ethel Fraser bs At 96 Puneral services will be held Phihdel-Monday for Mrs. Ethel Fras- er, who died yesterday at the her Cheney Nursing hom.e, where Cur- she had resided since last Oc- in her tober. Services will be at 9:30 a Jo,hn a. m.-in Me,m,o,rial Chapel of Jerue Funeral ,home, wth bur- ia! at the K ennewick eenetevy beside her late bus,band. Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Sibyl Hatch, and nine grandeNldren and gee,at grand- ctfildren. She was a member New of Calvary Presbenan church at Long Beach, Calif., and Ohe- nay Tllicum club. She was born in Caraquet, New Bvunsck, Canada, and had been a resident of C'he- hey sin:ce 1953 She was a re- tired nurse. Mrs. Hatch was was accompan,ied .to Clheney by Jer brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. A1 Craig. Survivors n, clude the widow, at the Fish Lake home; one d,aughe,r, rs. Ruth Pease; one son., Glen Shepard, Spo- lane; 12 gran,dcldre and seven great gmrtehlldren, and one sister, Mrs. Roy ttarr, Spokane. He was ene of three brothers who '.haVe died in the past eight months. Rosellini Will Give EW Speech tle fea ei; at Eastern W, aSon State Cl- lege commencement exercises this evening when 223 EWSC students will be ,aavd:l de- grees. R'oseRirti will rel, ato Bmj Kumar Nehna, India's .ambassa- dor to the United States, who was scheduled to give the cam- meneement address. The am- basador returD-ed to India after the recertt death'of Prime Min- ister Jawah,arlal Nehru and is unable to return in "'time for the EWSC graduation cerenon- Lies. The graduation of the 223 EWSC students will bring o 542 the number of degrees awarded by the college the past year. Last summer quarter, 224 degrees were granted. At the c!,ose of fall quarter, 47 stu- dents were awarded degree,s, and 48 won degrees a,t the close of winter qu,arter. The exercises wilt be held in the Memorial Fiekth,ouse en the EWSC cafnpu:s arid wil start at 8 p. m. Area Youth Walla Walla00 . gue Baseball iGraduates :00tarts Next Week , Three area youth were Cheney Teams Set receiving aegre rom Wala Wala Col. lege, Cuilege Phee, hst SUn- Garnon reason for ng only these day. fie,lds is safety. AD-ottmr clmnge is in the set- up for the connty tournament. This year all teams in the Spe- kane County Boys Baseball Leagues will be egible to en- ter the tournament. Last year nly the top finishers in each gue played in the tom, a- n}eat. By aLLowing all teams to pay in the tournament the county officials .lmpe to reduce the em.is on wrmirg reg- uhrr sea,_sun games, vhich has cost some boys a chance to play. In effect league games wil be praCtice for the tom'- nament. Single Round-Robin The league schedule will be a singie rou,ndrob o:ffair un- less the.re are onlSrv,a few teams in the league. Ti is a etnge Whi has ,been nmde:,because tomphints t the season ts too tong. There are flso charges in the phying rules. Tlmse Clmnges have been made be- cause the ge limits are differ- en.t this year. .Caroline Rasmussen, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Jens R- mussen; Rt. 1, Oheney, receiv- ed the B. A. deee with a ma- jor in .home ev0tomies. FollOw- ing ,her m, am'Nge to Richard Salsbery; mb@r of tthe same graduating class, she  go to a teaching position at Maple- wood Academy, Hutchinson, Mitre., this fall. Arrmld Renktfiea-, so of Pastor and Mrs. C. A. Rensch- let, Spangle, aml a 'graduate of Upper Clttrrtbia Academy, 'goes t Lama Limla UniverSity School of Medicine  study this fall. On the Wla Waa Co,age caius, ,he was presi. :dent of the Asoetated Stu. dents ,and listed in "Who's W,hz) in American Calges mad Universies." . P ewelt Ram a u , daugChter o mr. and .Mrs. Albert Rasmus- sen, SpanIe, reeved lmr B. A. degree with a seeretar&al io'ece major. Her marriage dy Phillips  be an event of July 19. Next fall she plas o do secrehal work in the Wla Walla area. The proposed amendment to R-3 zonies in Oheney wJil be examined again 'at a public heaving June 30 at 8 p. m. in the Oi'ty Hall. The delay was requied after City Attorney Merrtt Johnson said a state interpe4t,io! by the a,ttovney geD-erl requires tkat a public hea rbe: held after any chrge di{ica- 2on m h,e rised mnenent. Te'CityPlanng Commission modfied its orig- inal proposal Momtay night, lowering the ,hei, ght ceiling from 47 feet to 35 feet. The City Ctmil held a public hearhg two wee.ks go and referred the attee lmck to the Planrti:rg Commission f<r further stud),. I-tome :owners on 9th St., and in .other ,areas of the cy have protested a recommenda- tma that R-3 z,nes be ame.nd- ed to a'llw corsluction of single bedroom apartment units. The Planning Co,remission also received a partition to re- zone a fo,ur.bl, ock ,area where the proplosed apartment build- mg would be io,c,ated if the amendment is apWo.ved. The home owners eant their area to be rezned t:o an R-2 area, which would prohibit s'uch on- structioD-. A hearing on the petition to rezone will be con- dueled by. the Phn:ning CVm- mission JuRe 24 'a 7:30 p. m. It is open to the public. SCOUTS AT WORK--Members of Cheney Boy Scout Troop 56 are shown working on soil and water conservation job as merit badge project. Left to right are Don Salter, Dean Swegle, Dale Jordan, Neal Hicks (sitting), Tom Whitfield, Bill Hagelin and Ron Nicol (foreground). Second Hear00 iScouts Earn On R-3 Amendment t Sil, Water SelForJunel IMerit Badges Soil D-d Water Conserva- No Decision Yet On New Director Appoirtmont of a new mem- ber to the Chermy Scheol Board has been postponed un- ti'l the director' have kad ample time to consider the matter in executive session. This deci'n was reached when the directors met last Friday. The suggestien was made by M_vs,. Earl HiIton. Riehd Russell said he would like to arrive .at a decision as soon s p'ble and suggested that a meeting be arranged with Vain Emerson, tou'nty su- perintendent of schools, be fre the decision is veacbed. High School Grads Get Alumni, Awards tion merit badges have b:eenl !granted to sewn mem,bcrs of Cheney's Boy Scout Troop 56. Qualifying were Neal IaActcs Bill Hagelin. Dale Joe.dan, Dale NeCal, Itch Nicol, Don Salter and Tom Whield. The grottp, trader the di- reeti,on'i,, of Ohreee Kelley and Bc.havd Jese, Soft Conserva- tion Sevvice tevtmt4ans, under- went a  Class Study of Sail a'nd Aar Cnserwaion. Tours were taken to is.ruct the youth in typing of soil nd land classification. A study was me of corservtin pmc- ti.cas in the field, mucling strip ,cro1ig, hilltop seeding, crop rotations, contour farm- ing, woodland nmragement und wateay construction. Each youth made a topsoil ad subsoil compative, planting of beans and submitted a re- port of the growth pcess. Importance Stressed The importance .oil good c,on, carnation practices .on cropland, ra'ngel,anfl, ,and woodland were emp,hasized in g0od overall watershed planning. Each stu- dent was required to become familiar with .a surveyor's level and establish a rade o,f elevations, such as needed in raying out drainage ways. The cIass project consisted of a complete wildRTe halitat development area on the Itchy Miil'er farm near Che,ney. With the, assistance of Jack Atldns o,f the State Game Depavtment, the group llm-tted Shrubs for food ,and cover and built avti- fiei,N cover out of netting and brush. The rtificial cover is for the protection of lheasant and quail cluing winter and stormy periods. To provide wer o,r birds, a "guzer" (fiber ghss tub with corrugated meal cover- ing) was intalled. The guzzler rerrns filled wih water om a,ai,lable leepitationl tufty. To tom,pierce the course the gnmp met once weekly r ed.ght weeks. Special sessions were held for tour and de- velolment Of the class pro- ject. Robert Heinemann Elected  To Honorary A Chancy student at Eaern A graduae of Chenej High Sclmal und one of MedeM Said Grossly Exaggerated Immediate fluoridation of Cheney's water supply was strong- ly urged at Tuesday's City Cou,neil meeting by Dr. O. E. Hob- man, Olympi, a, head of the dental health section of the State of Health. Dr. IIoffman said pre 'Limin,ary estimates of cost to fluoridate ,here ,are "wa,y l,h," although ,a true estimate will require an inspection and estimate by the district engineer. Dr. James A. J,ohnson, Ce- ney's dentist-counclma,n, told Dr. Hoffman, atso a dentisL that he fully agreed with the need to fluoridate the city water, if the cost is reasnabae. Low Decay Cited Dr. offman is a native of Icya, where the rate of tooth decay 'for boys and grls in the 15 to 16 yar old ae gl, oup Ls .only 5Vz ffll$gsuse of natural ftuoiaion in th,t state. Seattle, on the other ha'nd, has a rte of some 15 fllings per person for the same age group because of sft, un- fl'uoriated water, he said. In 50,000 case studies in Washington, mostly in the western 'half of the state, bays and girts have very high rotes of tooth decay because of no fluoridation. In lhe Colmbia Basra area, whre th.ere is some natural fltmeMaton, the percentage o.f tooth decay is .as low as 1Vz p,er persyn. Very Little Here that it 'lad nt acted on the Chancy, he sadd, tas only a matter because of the slim tr.ce of natural flu,oridation majority and the reported ex- end needs a flu,oridation sys- ce:ssive cost, w.heh has ranged tern installed at all possible in estimate from $30,000 to : h,aste. $50,000. Dr. Hoffman s,Nd this Special treatment for such teeth often costs from $900 to $1,100. Fl,tto.ridatkm will great- ly redtce imr grvgh ad ks of teeth, he said. A Money Saver "Fhmridaon is a real nroney saving factor  your community," Dr. Hoffrm, said. "As the spokesnan for your communRy nd for yo kids, you shd ,o ahead ad order the needed equipment to flum'ida.te your city water supoly 3vithaut dday," ,he told tl]ne eotvilmen. "The children of Wastig- ton are entitled tO the bene- fits fluridetiu will bring," Dr. Hoffrnan added. The State :Health Depm-t- meat has tong recommemled fluodation of public water throughout the state. Floida- Lion was approved "m Cemey about tyro years .ago, bu only by about 60 votes.. The coun- cil has explained Iiusty Dr. Hoffman and Dr. Jolm- son said c.ost of a ill.linty aver- ages frem $5 to $15 per fl- ing for children and yo,tmg people in grades one Vhrough 12. After fluoridation, h:ey agreed, saviD-gs of $65 on every $100 now being spent on den- tal work will be realized. I :addition to decay, Dr. Hoffman said, many perman- ent teeth will not be correct- ed ,after extractions and irreg- ular formati, os will develop. Divinity Degree r Conferred Upon Cheney Resident Lexin,gton, Ky.De.bert E1- li.ott, son of Mr. md Mrs. Harry Reitmeier o,f 3 Seco,D-d St., wa awarded the baehe.l:0r o,f divin- ity degree from The Co,il.e,ge DELBERT ELLIOTT of the Bible in connencement exercises 1,act Friday. He is a graduate of North- west Christian CoLlege. The College of the BiMe is a gduate seminary a:filiated with the Christian ChurChes (Disciples of hrist). It is now in a period of Centennial Cele- bration wigch climaxes i,n 1965 when the school changes its D-ame ,to Lexhgon T.heolgical Semimry. Washgmn State Ollke has. ,been elected to mem, bershp in Area Students Sea,let A.rvow, ju=or arm ,O.]GoI Commissions ior men's service ,honorary. He is Robert M. Hann, ,, figure is greely exagerated, but art accurate figure will have to come after a smwey b- the county ctistrict engin- eer. A total f 27 Wgtn communities have w adjust- ed to f.arition, inelg mn$ in eastern . Adults Will Benefit Dr. Hof-fman stressed Lt fluoridation is of great bene- fit to adults as Well  ctfil- dren and teemagers. Merely by brushing or "drinkh with fluoridated water, stronger teeth and bones will develop, he sd. Fluordation erea a strong enamel whe it unites with calcium, making teeth 37 per cent m)re resistmt to tooth decay when used during tim first eight years of a child's fife. Adults will bone,fit by hv- ing fewer extrctiens nd therefore aoiding the Use of dentures. Pool Attendance Over 300 Daily; Lessons Starting l)illy attendance at Che- ney's new swnomg pool has been rtmning in excess of 51)0, Pool Manager Wanly Beard said today. Adutt and children's swin- nfiD-g lessons are getting under- 'wy and Beard uz'ged lnat all imevested should tome. to the pool and sign up far classes. Cidren wlm wilt be at- tend Bible SekoM during the first session can sign up for the second, third or fourth sesskm, Beard said. Actu,lt iRstrucon  start Tuesday niNht. A 50 cent ,hm, ge will be assessed the first night only, Bea said. The first sessiO will be June 15-26, the secorM (me June 29- &fly 10, the thi July 13-24 and the fom July 27-Aug. 7. All c,Nsses axe listed at the pool and Farents .may change them if they wish, Bem Said. School Library Will Be Open This Summer The Chancy public school li- brary wifl be open every Thursday  June 25 Lake ,ha,e ,been aarded ,AMm. nl Schr.s at Fstern WaShington State Oal, tege fr the 1964-65 college year. They are Craft F. Stevens, idmhterof M. and Mm. ,Ralph H. Stevens, 423 Cdr St., and Goz'y .  Olgow, son of Mr. end s. Allan D. Glasgow, Espanla. They were aaded the scholarships on the basis of ar high sclmo academic rec- ord and grades on coaege pre- diction tests son. of C. F. Heinemavm, 716 Fifth St. A gradtmte of Chancy High School, Heinemmm is a juni majoring in 1 arts. OWEATHER max. min. pre. June 5 ................ 70 51 .02 June 6 ................ 72 50 .12 Jure 7 ................ 65 49 .17 June 8 ................ 59 44 1.41 June 9. ............... 58 44 .01 Jtme 10 .............. 73 52 .00 11 71 50 .00 :Five Gheney Students at throughout  summer from Eastern WaShington State Col- 9:30 to 11:30 a. m. until Aug- lege an one flom Fmw Laes u 6. hve ' commksid as ca- A story hml will be conduct- det second lieutemts ,n the ed each  tram. 9:30 to caltege Reserve Officers - 10:30 a. m. far l chi]- n__Cts - ent. d,l' thrt secomt rade The L-maeyites ,are Mildred E. H'a Rbert M. H, putm Jerry H. Heull, RoaaM M. MARKETS Km)lmtg and Mictml E. Soft White, bushel $1.37 Mader. WJ't e Club $1.3'7 Terry O. Philaipson, Four Barley, ton $41.00 Lake, ws he other cadet com- Wednesday quotation F. O.