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9, Number 2 THE WEEKLY NEWSPAPER SERVING SOUTHWEST SPOKANE COUNTY Cheney, Washin June 18, 1965 Single Copy 10 Cents Area Recreation ,es Are Announced County Parks &amp; Recreation department's 1965 Program started this week at the various fields and tenetis courts. The swimming started Monctay in the Cheney city pool run through July 2, the hours being from 9 to 12 secortd session for the Cheney dtrict will be held at pool from 1 to 4 p. m. Srom July 6 through July 23. will be lake resorl noon frog The scho, ol be held at P. m. Aug. :t Dates Given Y School district from June and July 6 all sessions Fro:m a bus Ji'l 1 as folows: p. m.; p. m.; P. m., and Four ra. number of it is nec- mS,mum age or those who life saving re.his Sessions Here .be Clip With $100 in It, Lost in Store, Returned to Owner When Edith McCall, clerk at the Cheney Department Store, found a money clip lying on the floor about noon Wednesday, she recalled that a dark complected young man had made a purchase earlier had had such a money holder. She turned in to the Manager, E. H. Wagoner. At al.ut 3:30 p. m. the young man came in and showed understandable hap- piness when his money clip, homing $100 in $20 bills, was returned to him by "'Wag." The lucky fellow said he was attending sum- mer school here. Seniors Presenled LIONS CLUB AWARD WINNERS--Left to right;: Carla Fack- rell and Darrell Phillipson won the citizenship 0wards at Che- ney high school graduatien exercises, and N Johnson claimed the Aaron award for accomplishments |n music. A story in this issue gives the details. ,, PTA Summer Leadership Conference Is Scheduled at e Next endColleg A number of Cheney residents will participat i a summer Parent-Teacher ,association summer leadership )_erenve to be held .at Eastern Washington State Cllege xt weekend, June 25, 26 and 27. The conference will open Friday evening, June 25, with reg- istration .and a dinner, followed by the first ion OCher Decal Sale To Aid Local Little League Starting this week, decals for promotion of Cheney Lit- tle League will be sold by members o.f the teams. By courtesy of Peter O'- Malley and the Spokane In- dians, the two most produc- tive salesmen will be guests of the ball club, at a date to be chosen, when they will meet the players and throw out the first ball. Little Leaguers may pick up a supply of the decals at the office of Dr. Murphy. Cheney Postof!ice Advanced to First Class as of July I The post office department ,ls armourmed that the Oheney post office will be advanced to first class effective July 1. The dvancement is due pri- marily to an increase in rev- enue at the local office. The primary charges that will be of particular interest to Cheney postal patrons are in the area of acceptance of t_rceis for making. Weight Limits Change .Parce mailed at a first class )ost office in the United States Board Asks Spokane for Water at Garden Springs THIS HUGE TROP'HY was awarded to Frank Bunker of Amber after he was designat. ed the outstanding sportsman of the year in Washington state by the Washington State Sports Council at its meeting on June 12 in Yakima. He Members af the bo'd of CAmney school district No. 360, at their My 31st ,meeting deemed to ask the city of Skane to provide  wter supply for the Garden Springs school, adopt- ed a sNary policy and transacted several other items of ,busi- ness. Superintendent Riggs relart. ed meeting with represeztta- tires from the city of Spoka,n, residents of Garden SprmWs area, and the chMrman of the board to discuss the matter of Spokane city water for the Gar. den Springs school and com- munity. As a re.sult of tlis dis- cussion, he 'recommended to tim board that they f<rmally request the city of Spokane, at its earliest convenience, to run a water line to the Gadem prigs sctzool pax>petty, ixtskfll a a So ater sttply f- in, g and ,grcrund ea, n be In'ovid- ed. Mr. gusse moved that the board authorize such a request to the city o Spokane. MPs. Hilton seeorded the motion and it ,passed unuly. The approximate cost of the installation (if the water 1 and meter will be $1,900 and $375 for the new fie hydrant. Salary Policy Adopted Supt. Riggs submited a pro- posed salary policy and sched. ute .for certificated personnel. On the new schedule the hJg elementary 9 to lnoon ly 26 Lake Lions Club Awards session,s will be held Saturday morning, after and eve- ning, with a single session Sunday morning followed by the closing luncheon. for delivery at the same or any other fst class post office in the United States are limited to 40 pounds when addressed est pssible salary for a teach. er vontd be $8,586.40. He re- ported that teachers' contracts will be wtten for 182 days keeps the Leo Weisfield trophy fr one year. Frank is present- ly vice president of the world's largest c.nservation organiza. tion, the National Wildlife Fed- eration, and is a past president of the Washington State Sports Council. Death Takes Frank Bamrd, In. June 28 to Cheney Lions club cRizen- Fathers Favored Ik I __. 11: ..... fr delivery in the loyal, first County tennis ship awards went to Carla ] Mrs. G E. Pierce, second vice W ry and second zonesnd to 20 lbs. 1,'ackrell and Darrell Phillip-Ipresident, Washington Cong- | when addressed to the third be hel([ Aug. son and the Aaron award for[ross of Parents and Teachers  m through the eighth zones. Yhitwor,h col- musical accomplishment was land conference ch, arman, said a. tli||R| To illustrate this, if a Che- won by Nancy Johnson. The [the meetings are being held on . A ney patron mailed a parcel to )und schedule awards were made at the 1965 [a weekend to permit more or or] seattle (rd zone) the 20 lb. through Aug. Cheney high school commence- I gathers to attend: zt Sutton park  -- =-r w-- Rmit wotfld 'apply, to Spokane )m 9 a m_to ment exercises and the winners Betz elemental- school Dale Moss an,unces in to- (lst zone) the 40 lb. Rmit ap- and their oare.nts wer hcm l^ "J' ' '" thr0a,gh Fr- ored -'e-': ...... - %";" fourth grade Camp Fire Girls day's Free Press advertig plies. , _ ,. , 3everal I=xrepl'lons adsor school u  a me mons clue will -reet the co at the oalrnrs that ,hi new fam'y Th 4 p. m. Tues, dinner meeting Wednesday . J. ,.: ..... ,_ a- .... evnina .h,n ( h;o ; . ,v,mg  z,y ,w,m u,z, type recreation center is now e loitering exceptions ap- ays fift-h--vart ';d' .? SaLly Johnsonis their teacher, open for bushess from 4 to plyto the ,bove rules, parce Starts , made'these awa' ........ Dr. lohnd B. lewis, direct- 10p. m. evea'T tn the week. il on ord for de- y boy s Oarl Fackre"" the - " ar of the EWSC division of edu- It is located on  corner of I livery on a ,rum or star route, : on12 ter of Staff Sgt. and Mrah4 oCas, PwSyeh,legYel" CUege ndts. j parve mailed to or from any err Fckrelt, fm'ely of Air- ir ;:'-,m t, Already edare two l av Hefht ,- ..... , .. s ............ ,,-- ,, large new standard pool tables I r=.-: ,wt gular non AFB New Mexi- ,--   . oscl ,v. tum,, Which are coin operated, two I zce om wntoa servea  pat- at Betz rmw in the l:okk,,- a WSC summer qtmrter caor- "1iper" nmchines f(r--Jr ore located on ml or star gh .---s - dittoor merit" "m a new luke box and ] routes (rura or star route add- pm'tment at Bro-n & Holters Mrs'. Hilton On Panel ..... ' ' of sen a boler macMne. Sti to be Tess der must be hown), with ,n,o additional cmpensa- 'tion for 'adva, need deles and no amount listed or the ex- periezce increment. Mr. Rus- sell moved that  revised teachers' sary schedule be adopted a presented. Metbers of the bo.ard ear- lier ,had been se a letter and Ira)posed policies ib el hih have ,beer e opetively developed. The su- perin?ndent asked that the board act on this  at ut Car- and will remain here ml enter field, coUege not yet Darrell Phpson is the son of Mr. rd Mrs. Orvifle Plillip- son of Four Lakes. The ther has been ,at Fairchild AFB for 20ettlTe;gidiss:r:or4?';  p ent. , N.ancy Johnson, daughter of Mr..and Mrs. Mevritt A. John- son, is an accomplished al- around musician. She was stu- dent director of the stage band, plays trombone in the band and was author of .a composi- tion for a brass quartet which was played at the graduation exercises. Nancy also plays piano, plays guitar ad sings in ,a folk song trio end sings in the chu,rch choir. She pl, an, s to attend CWSC at Eeasbueg with ,a major in English and minor in music. Among the qttalifications far the citizenship for a senior boy 'and girl are these: He or she must be both a leader and a fotl, ower, accept duties willingly a.rtd complete them efficiently, have aver- age ,or above average sch(fl grades and a B or better "m citizenship grades, ,have good character ,and be a good citizen in school and out. only. hem at Ohe- P. m. on 6, 13, are sChed- park O BUY FLAG; NAMED M'(mday 72 Amer- furnish fr the .. The cost by Harry od im- elec- replace last meeting The the sec- month ,at the Wilfred 1st vice 2nd Cor- and Pete d offic- 'h Wins mlarship assoeia- been of beca at tl', JOHNsoN uARD CAMp left hst Fri- SUmmer isa c(l- r Nat- currently tile 41st In- ,area who died at the Dex)n- Deputy superintendent o instled is  slmffleboa nd or ,percets containing baby e,ss 'hospital Friday after sf- Icebreaker Vessel En Route to Arctic The oceanographers will take samples of the sea water, tsting it for salinity, temper- ature .and density. Investiga- tions will be made into the con- ditians affecting the sea wate circulation between the Arctic basin and the North Atlantic oceo21. The Northwind will then steam to Copenhagen, Den- mark, to pick up supplies and civilian scientts for oceano- graphic resem'ch in the Arc- tic. See MedicM Lake news for story about a local boy vho is on the Northwind. DICK ROOS HOME FROM DEACONESS Riclard loos, who suffered a coron'ary thrombosis recent- ly, came home from Deaconess Imspital about a week ago but mut remain in bed for three weeks and is unable to have the Tacoma solmol distt, Jo- seph P. Lassoie, is keynoter arid conference consuRant. He vil.l speak at the openirg ses- sion which wil,1 include a sym. poum on the role of the PTA as a means of communication. Mrs. Earl iltor, .a member of 'the Cheney sohoo:l board and vice president of the East Side Washington State School Di- rectors association, will partici- pate in the symposium. Demonstration of a PTA meeting, use of audio-visual ,aids and group discussions will highlight the Saturday morn- ing session. Mrs. John EpSom, D., fourth district state legis- tat or, and Dr. Homer Cunning- ham. Whitworth college pro- lessor, wll lead discussions on legishtion ,affecting children in the Saturday afternoon pro- gram. Sun4ay morning a panel will discuss mental and sritual values wanted ,and needed by chidr't and youth. Rev. Phil!ip Eiserfla, uer, Che- ney United Church of Christ, will speak "at the closin,g lun- cheon on how PTA members can demonstrate with time and talents their betiefs in a better world for chiMren and yoth. Lasoie will present a confer- ence summary precedin(g ad- j,ouvnment. Rite Set Saturday For Clarence Young Funeral services for Clar- ence Young wiil be .held on Saturday, June 19, at 11 a. m. from the Memoria chapel of Jerue Funeral Home with bur- ial in the Marshall cemetery. Rev. Story wH oHiciate. Mr. Young was born in Irtdi- arm on Sept. 9, 1897 ,and had made his home on a farm near Marshall for many years. Sttr- rivers are his wife Mae Young at the home; one daughter, Mrs. Ray Cafler of Woodland Park, Cote.; two sons, C. P. Youn'g. Santa Barbara. Calif., and Robert W. Young, Hun- tington Beach, Calif., and nine grandchildren. SMITH WINS DEGREE Robert Bruce Smith of Ohe. hey won his doctors degree in visitors even though he is do- En at the University ing quite well. Washington graduation exer- MARKETS rises on Saturday, June 12. White Club, bushel ........ $1.32 Innocent people can be injur- Soft WiM, bushel ........ $1.32 ed whenmneone goofs in driv- ton 42.50 ditmnsers for candy  soft dz3s. A contest is  on in wch boys and girls are 'in.iCed to submit names for the new center, the winner to receive a special prize. Mr. Mss stresses the fact t while the center is ma- ly or boys nd girs, parents are "alays welcome The idea of putting pool tables "out front" in special on-the-street ocations, rather than in the back room, has ,been spreading over the ati and ,has caused a new interest of young people in the game. Outlook For Wheat Good at this Time The outlook for the veheat harvest looks very good as of this date. Elmer Luiten, man- ager of Cheney Grin Grow- ers, Inc., said the crop look about the ,same as it did this time lst year, normal to a lit- tle better than normal. The moi, sture 'situation has been quite good although a litthe more wouldn t hurt the crop outlook. He said the co tract wheat price is $1.27 per bushN for new crop soft white FOB Cheney and August deliv- ery. The first wheat usually comes to the elevator about the first of August. Pittsburgh Pirates Announce Tryouts At Connell June 28 The Pittsburgh Pirates of the National League announce that a talent tryout for Eastern W.ashington will be held from noon to 4 p. m. at the high sc.h,ool field at Connell on Mon- day, June 28. Players are requested to fur- nish their own shoes, gloves, tmJforms,' etc., and their own 1,iving expenses. Leion play- ers need  letter of a,pproval from their coach or post com- mander in order to participate. Boys from 16 to 21 .are cardiM- ly invited, said Pirate Scout B,be BarheV. BEAN TO DOM. REPUBLIC poultry, rmrsery stock, agricul. ral commodities, books, r library maeerials sttbject to the .library rate. The aforemention- ed exceptions may continue to he marled ,at the 70 lb. limit. Change In Size Rules ,Parceks mailed at a first- class pot office in the United States for delivery at the same or any other first css post office in the U'mted States, and subject to the 40 lb. weight limit when a4dressed for deliv- ery in the ood, first and see- ond zones, or the 20 lb. limit when addres,ed to the third through the eighth zones must not exceed 72 inches in length and girth combined. All other parcels are lmited to 100 inch- es in length and girth com- bS:ned. Oheney postal patron,s may find it advantageous to clip the above requirenents and save them far future reference qten mailing pareel. DON DOBROTT GETS STANFORD DEGREES Doatd R Dobrtt of Cheney received his electritl engin- eering mad PhD degrees at the Stanford university coTamence- ment exercises at PaR) Alto, Calif., or Surtday, June 13. The 3,642 graduates,'- formed the largest graduating chss in Stanford's htory. A---- -" ...... I this vaeeti. Reseatatives .  servtcee were hekl at/m dc,   n .mm..ay tar Frank Itauxl, ]me policies be adpted pro- e Noneer of the SImgle [Pesed. Mr. Russell -conited feting a ,stroke two weeks ear- tier. The Rev. Myer W. Urnes officiated and burial was in Spokane Memorial Gardens. Mr. Baird was born at Span- ge on Aug. 13, 1882, .and had farmed northwest of Spangle all his life before moving to Spokane in recent yrs. He was married in Spangle to Mary Lounder of Pine .Grove district between C:heney rd Spangle. Mr. Baird came from a family ofse boys ad six grls. .... the motion, and it carried tmmt- imousI. Budget Discussed A writter discussion x[ bud- get and finance tio in the , "" t for he next bien- nium ,and basic budget inr- matin was presented far 1965- 66 only. After some usSi(yn the poin cotained in the written report, Mr. Russell moved that the board adogt a prelminax budget in the amount of $980,280.58. Mrs. Hilton seconded the mion aim it passed unmrlnmuly. Salary ,Increased Pallbearers were John Campbell, Erwin Zehm, OCtol. Dr..Rigws rep0ted that dtr- Btesner, William Schieche I[n tins year rs. Stehanie Mayrmrd Mangis and George [ I,a as nas been. te pa " Paul ttasmusscn of Spangle.; a] _ . : .. c .the son Joe Baird of Chewey; a]SCn.[ te.cmng (lay.m co. gands0n Jerry Rasmussen of[er o  ,Iwe perils, Mrs: Cheney and numerous niecesJrl., as saoum ,nave ,een pain .a .,,h ..... Ion ae oasis of 2/5 time mad + requested ppowd of a con Among the many rehtives . . . ' .  . and friends attending the fun- racz cnartge ar nor o t oral was a nephew, James Re- rn. inequitable situation: The ly of Fximunds, Wash., who mon pa ottNy. stayed here at the lome of his Dr. Riggs relaoed ,that the brother-in-taw 'and sister, Mr. Sta Board of FAtmatio, had and Mrs. Fred ShoM requested .him to Cq:)le ]Olympia to "'discuss the new ON MONTANA TRIP Jhigh chool building in a stff ........... ] conference sometime during r aria Mrs Jonn ztmnth e econd week in J "" .. " , .. 1 , " une. e are spenamg a week s vacauon ] a. i,, nrmn  ,, in RiChland county, Mont., with [.p"l- wi-t'h-'his ..... reu "  ........ " relatives.  "  ._"" . : [Mr. and Mrs. Black Rger Bean, son of M. and CITY POOL OPENS--Although the weather wasn't particularly Mrs. Art Ben,. has been sent to the Dommrcan Republic auspicious, the Cheney city swimming pool opened as sched- with the ArmY helicopter bat- uled last Monday. Instructor Jim BMr is shown here with three talion for several weeks active Sis in the life saving lau: Therese Smith, junior division; Grafious, senior division, junior. Buried Recently At Milton-Freewater Death did not loa separate Mr. and Mrs. W. Roy Black. lorgtime residents of Spokane ,and the Cheney area, who ob- served their gode wedding ,anniversary about two yeems ago. They died 19 days aiart at Milton-Freewatev, Ore. Mrs. Bhck was born in 1891 !md had worked far the tele- i phone company in Spokane for 34 years. She passed maray May 21 and was buried on May 25. Mr. Black, born in 1888, was on the Spokane police i'ce for many years md at one time operated Black's Plmrmacy in Hiy.axd. Mr. and Mr Bhk 'been a for some but were :hospitalized oy a short ti before their deaflzs. , Mr. Black died Jue 9 and as buried beside ,his wife June II. They leave one son, Grocer Black, Rnd two  Dale Bak,