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ary Elle f Mr. s gra rk4ypist inn's :. McClell ; ARNS ONTE00 nton Ste$ T H E gto,n stat o,fess,or tlumber 5 von an by ]dation, : , IS ' es  0000an,i000000:4rectors Set ,uty" wl -- -- -- -- : is the .heh,00B] L '__ lrI 00oo! rrlces U ! hey School Board approved final plans for a $500,- -bond election for September 15 at Wednesday tlneeting. n,ill include .a $177,894, 15 mill levy for 1965 lh tllds. are estimated at $461,000 of maximum capacity [ mXtra margin being allowed. the smaller o the n'ormal pro- duction .of the wheat acreage allottment, m ulLilied by the WEEKLY NEWSPAPER SERVING SOUTHWEST SPOKANE COUNTY h .... ;, , laban Jar high school for 574 stu- The 1,a .... rovide- fr .... h mills to raise the dents and to remodel the pces- .,,. ,; ........  .... o,. ,_,,.: ! .. . , tllJStl:bULlll 111 bll' Ok/' W]le,al: of necessary monev Ient nigh scho(l for a ]unlor rwnv.m hnf i onHlz .,nf  taxes " " high school Remodeling will '-'"'Y"'e .... " 't'e" ....... ! .. , . . put rata fleet for 64 era% Frovme a name economms ana , , h  r is being held], . [ .. . because of t e .ha t time i- a mn, cneon facility, a science for new sen-  . ' i valved after the new law Wa ,room tar junior nigh grades luassed by Congress 'I ' z J . e, a d fumture. [ Riddle said the substitution . Committee Reports . l appties on farms only if the ,,l %her u.ney, a rep:o/far m has a feed grain base or ,,,,,  ,.,,,,,vv uY.n.g'oat-rye base and a wheat allot- redef'ming of director distmt ment The s,ubstitution nrovi in the district boundaries was starts" can be used bY farmers C__heney___! Washi___ ngton, Fr}day, July 10, 1964 Single Copy I0 Ce ,..,.... lliggs l00ame-d For 1965 Program offorodlWllllam J. 00omo Who,, ,.. Superintendent Ta in,sure the greatst ----.  amount .of flexibility in arm tPtr:gramSina:md .akeer& leos ]1 D pnpv operations, su,bstution be- b_ . - , ' .' I ''Jkll, Vm, ll,k' I1[ twe en wheat ,and feed grains tn 'ne2}" a,a eea grams. ] tV are authaNzed under the 1965 . I@rtmcates i ssuea I programs. As w/lth ths year's, program,/ -- kl-- J. W. D. Riddle., cha, irman of marKenng, certificates. .__ ,,w 00uper, n00enaenr Has the Spokane County Agrieul-Issuedat? whe*at:famers Mmnler rural Stabilization and Cons;r- 'g..P: / l:;ut ne numner o,Ii.. " .. .,oo .  .o oA" Degree From EWSC ration committee, said this is cel'.a/ica,tes amttea w a iarnl||@ llwiliAP a reminder for wheat r'o,wers will nat be increased because [LIIIIlIJ gUl|ll] '' . : . l wh, also raw rain  o,f the wheat-substitution. Cer-', : .... C2"-';-:;'2,o'Y*s"';'ffn''-a ':' ' .,: o,-  a vveu eu y mgn's n "evsup'e0rintendenf scxtooi t are meeting. -o o tificates will be provided for In 00:heney-H. t. a native of Coeur d'Alene, replaces Dr. Richard C. Largton, who rigned last month to become dean of students bard las begun serving the heard. It was proposed to lave two directors in Cheney and three from the rest of the dis- trict, based on a population basis. The Board will consider the proposal when it meets Aug- ust 12 and make a recommen- dation to the county scho,ol or- ganization at that time. Teacher contract's were a,- preyed for Michael Smith ar:d T, ophefia Lorinski at the high school and Margaret Schmidt wlo take part in bath 20 Area Students Make Honor Roll For Spring Ouarler Twenty C'heney students at Eastern Washington State C:;l- lege and two from Medical Lake, including three who re- a, an elementary teacher cei- ^ - _ . . . .red perfect all-A gr:ad,=, /ravel pprovea h e e ave ben named to th. spring house, luckily, Travel appreva]s were grant- ouarter h,onnr roll at t:be on] when fire struck cd or Lowell Poorc, who will ice n. on July 3 at 518 a{end the annual convention " ....... , Cheney vo|unteer of the Assocanon ot ano.ol ........ . = .... ...... , vrgma t benons a,n tmne w:troHedi tb blaze,, B'siness Offieims in rne urn:- D. Stanley' oorn- :- of. cnenev- I censiderabte dam-]e,t States and Canada at San av" t E .... ims -z-, - o .a o agar A.  on Jr .n done. [Francsc,o, October 18-,2; Mrs. Medical Lake Stimson , .,'2 M -, Wa s argaret Waldo .and Mrs .... I ,: ............. , .., graduated from EWSC m June r | r _j3f [ a.nzeer,,)en]ey, 5o ' ne with a bachelor of arts degree -*ttI tdtU VU'C LIUI lci A&)III "  ' " [ .......... wth a maor in ecanomrcs A t nnu am'lx _te ea, cner s won- .  " 1"  , Other' Cheney smdents who ,ferenee at ak'ma August 24- r 7 an-Mr ".u**" eto + *'e Iwere a'lso, gvaduaLed m June " *,: :: ..... :a s. x uz o ',:t- u v  " = ' ,xmeze., .,.: , , .-::- .g.{t. xa, med ,to the hor anunHy conventio,n in Poirtl.nn A,3,.)2t,rlelr rest qat J' ut 2-6 [the coite'ge ere Dan A. And- )lunteer firemen ee:'l ......  .... ,.,..^a|rcws,-" Marie J Gutierrez, An- vo qmck stops" august 7 nn oa .......... ,, ton J. Miller, Betty M Parker dangerous fires led and an- on m,etin ..... m a d Mary R Rehn. Also on the hon, or roll are recent was Tues- hen an alarm was 1721 5th St., trash can in a fill lot. in the morn- at 518 W. be held, on Augus 12. New Denfisf Esther J. Buse, Urgel K. De- Voe, Will, tam B. De,V, oe, Ralph T. Gamon, Dorothy B. George, Marilyn J. Grube, Dana I. Jen- sen, Ronald N. Kn, oshaug, co.ntrol. Cecil Charlton' been wth the public health no outside burn- service in Alaska the past in Che, three years. 13 until further He was barn and raised in on weather Idaho Falls and attended Utah State University as an under- s urged in the graduate and dental school at incinerators. Northwest University at Chi- Weeds must be cago. and the inciner- He and his wife, Noreen, away from build-and four children are living: i the William Kagel home on are required the Sp.ngle Road. His chil. be obtained d ren are Peggy, 8, David, 6, *mten at Cheney I Jh'anna, 2, and Mathew, 1. Bert Conrath, co., or c00arl-' Council To Meet no.cost ] The City Council will meet at any ] this co.ruing Tuesday night at Churl- 7:30 instead of last Tuesday, Paper and waste as incorrectly reported in last week's paper. Opening Offices Mickael E. Maier, John R. Reed, Robin C. Reid, Thomas burning fiercely Here IVl  |[U0nu H. Wilson and Ross S. Year- arrived. A neigh- out, all o,f Cheney, and Doris by a passing, Dr. Conrad Cox, 28, who,F'" Fisher, Medical Lake. rn me alarm .... ' I comes here .from Stka, Aaska, I , rlremen re ' , "J will begin practicing dentistry ] weleable e,o cu.r-[a t Dr. Willian R. Bernard's t Edwin Philleo ;oo. gs;tari lone [ former offices Monday. ' tAYtl|e a ;, ... , ;.1. [ Dr. Cox who is beginning J,.l .... ,oo ..... .s Held this first private practme, has Funeral services were hld for Edwin Phil,leo, pioneer res- iden,t of Cheney a,nd Spangle, in Spokane with burial to,Haw- ing ,at Memorial cemetery. Mr. Phitleo passed away on Sunday in a Spokane lospital where he had been ill for santo weeks. He and Mrs. Philteo own and managed a ,large wheat and stock ranch near Spangle, where they have made their boone for years. Survivors are ,his wife Grace at the home near Span,gle; two sons Thomas Emtt Philleo, C)lville; Jack Phiile), Ch.ees; one daughter, M.m. Phlis Mc' Gourin of Sgangle; seven grandchi}dren and numerous nieces; two sisters, Mrs. Leila Porter ad Margaret Phieo both Spokaane. domestic and export allocation percentages, aIl r the wheat acreage planted for har'vest multiplied by the:normal yield. The total where production of farmers who carry out u, he,at progamprvisons, wifl !be eligible for .riee-suport 1,aans, even thoulth the Wheat a,eraage is in excess of the alttment, be,ca'a N f the sb- stiution pro:visions. The 'c3unty A chairman indicated that more details will be available at the time the 'heat program grmp takes tace hter in thei summer. Newsman Due H ere Tuesday "The coming, Struggle for E.out'heast Asia will be the topic o.f Robert Trumbull, the New York Times chief cor- res,pondent for China and Southeast Asia in a talk at Eastern Washington State Col- lege Tuesday evening. Trumbull's talk, in Showal- ter Auditorium n the EWSC campus, will be : 8:15 p.m. and is * he public without ctiageFl ,: At presert on ,h0}ne assign- t ROBERT TRUMBULL ment for a brief period, Trum- bull returned to Ithe U.S. from Saigon, South Vietnam, jus a ew weeks before the against, the Diem regime.eaP,! His experience, o- in he Far East has been both exten've and excig. He  reImrted from every cotmtry in Asia and was bureau chief at Hang K'ang rom 196:1 to 1963'. From 1954 to 1961 he was Tokyo ,bureau chief, cting as chief correspondent in the Japan area. On the Spot On the spot for nmt of the .major over,is taki.rg place in Asia since World War II, he h, as covered them all from Gandhi's assassination through India's beeomin.g a n,aon and down to the Vietnam revolt. In spRe of his ,busy career or .the New York Thnes, Trumbull h a,s f o u n d !time to write six books. His first, "The Pft," was a devel- opment of a stow he had covered bout three Navy ,fliers adrift for 34 days on a rubber rt in the Pacific. This book subsequen.tly be- came a best-selling ,Book-o- the-Month Club selection and is something of a modern chs-'l si, being widely used in se ,,1 1. , 'The Raft' was foRowed by "Sversides" in 1945, "India The Rev. H. Winfield Hub- Cheney and Medical Lake I:piscolaal churches in a dual- ministerial role. He began work .at St. Paul's chm, c h in Cheney and St. Tim- oth'y's Church in Medical Lake l July 5. He is a native of Baker, Ore. and entered the Anglican The- c4agical College, Vancouver, B. C., from St. Michael's Epis- copal church in Yakima in 1961. He was graduated from the college on April 29 of ,this year. lr. Hubbard g(Padu'aed from Raker public schools and attended Whitman College at Walla Waga. He sewed in the Navy in 1944-45 in connection with the communcatiors lab- oratory Naval operatin'g base on Guam. Before em,tering the ministry he was an accotmt- ant and auditor. He married the former Phyl- lis M. Post of Chelan in 1939 and they bare four children. They are Winfield S., with the Army at San Antortio, Texas; Ph'iiKp S., a student at the University of Alaska; Mary B., a student at Pittman Business College, Vano.uver, B. C., and Au.stin B., who is with his pr- ents here. The Rev. allffMs: Itubt)ard are making their home at 1506 5th St. Folder Tells t Value A new illustrated folder on the ,alue of Washington's ex- !pensive wheat industry to the economy of the tate is now avaflalle, it was announced to- day by Orhnd Ostheger, Pair- field, psident ,of the Spokane , Cmmty Association of Wheat  Growers. Prepared jotmly by the Wahirgton Association,,, of Wheat Growers and the Wash- ington Wheat Commission, the folder explains the dor val- ue of Washington's most valu- able farm cp in terms of jobs a.nd salaries, r.d purchas. ing power across the state. It ,so describes soe of the many grower4inaneed pro- grams of reseah and market devopment and the vmtxitdon- al vaSue of wheat a a food. "We receive ma.ny requests or facts about our industry from Imvate citizens, busLness arid agricultural organizations, a.n'd the sehoots, Otheler ex- plained. "This is the  c0m- pihtiz)n of this nformation in- to ,an easy-to,read folder," he: said. Ooies may be obtned without Charge tlroug the county vhet association, ar by wit'mg .to the state Wheat asso- cid in Ritzv'ffie. Court Results at Pacific Lutheran University, Parklard. 2 Year Contract Riggs was si, gned to a two- year contract cal'ling for an annual salary of $14,500. He will. begin work immediately. The se'hool board reached a decision to hire Riggs last l week but formal annaunce- mer.,t was withhetd until the egular meeting of the bard. Riggs, in accepting the po- sition, told Board Chairman Carmen Stewart in a prepared statement, "I consider it a real privilege to become superin- tendent of the Cheney pubtic schools and begin my a'sso,eia- WILLIAM J. RIGGS ti,on with the dstrict's school board, employees rand patro,m. Will Assist Board "Someone 'has aid--'these are the people's seh,ools.' I am anxious to begin my work with tbe district's board o$ di- rectrshe legally co.nsitut- ed and res,l>onsible agents of all the people .of the district-- in con, tinuing the American tradition of local co,ntrol of edu,cation. It is my hope to be able to assist the bard in fur- thor derek)ping and success- fully completing long-range plans for the furtherance of edueatiarml opportunity for all chdren in the district. "The many questions Which yet need answering, the prob- lems vCMch yet ,need to be solved, call for thorough study of all the issues involved, with cardiff consideration being given to all aetors as decis- ion's are made. The desired end is a qu.,ty educational pro- grmdeveloped cooperatve- ly, understoad by all involved, and wih citizens, staff and stu- dents in support of it." Expecting First Child Pggs was ,born and attend. ed school in Ceur d'Alene and served fur years as an en- lfsted man in the Air Force. He and 'his wife, Joyce, are ex- pe.ctitg their first child in No- v ember. He has been a member af lhe board o,f directors o,f the West Vley Kiwanis. district chairman for Kiwanis boys and girls' committees and a mem- ber of the advisory commit- tee and executive board of comunity resources workshop, sponsored by business and in. dustry :and Whitworth  College. At EWSC In 1956 He graduated from Cenr d'- Alene High School;! attended N'grth Iaho Junior College in Cur d'2dene; received his i E.achelor of Arts degree from Eastern Washington State Col- lege in 1956, Master of Educa- tion degree from Washington ..... t University in 1961 in the fieli.s of school administration a=d curriculum. Riggs has taught in the Sazl- point and Spokane school dis- tret,., tie served as an admin. hlrafive intern for two years at WaShington State Univer- sity nd taught school aad community relatiens for two years .at Whitworth College. Ite served four years as ad,min- istative assistant for instruc- tion arid guida,ce and ass- tan't superintendent in the West Valley school distric at Mfllwood. WEED KILLER--Community use of the Cheney Weed Spray- er can practically put an end to Dal'mation Toadflax and other problem weeds. The sprayer is kept at the Hank Rudolf home on Rt. 2. chonoy a.. 00o00icejCommunity Weed Sprayer Court results the past two weeks are as follows: [Available In This Area Justice Court---Jack D. [ Elimination of Dalmatian it has in Northern Spokane Kapp, 705 4th St., failure to keep right of center line, [ Toadfhx weed in and around County. fi.ned $10 (suspended) pus $6[Cheney is possible through costs; John E. Morris, Grand-| use of the Cheney Community The weed sprayer can be i view, speeding, forfeited $12. I Weed sprayer, rerKed through the Cheey Community Weed Committee. Schroeder,Pe C'oVCo,nstaceLos Banos, Calif.,M" [ This an,nouneement foll/owed Hank Rudolf, Rt. 2, keeps the lx)o cose, eausiug a meeting of the West Cheney sprayer. weed emmittee Monday eve- [ accident June 27 on ning, according to Floyd'Smp- [ Spokme St., fined $12; Charles eWEATHER max. min. pre. [E. Parley, Spokane, failure to son, chairman. July 3 .............. 75 48 .00 |stop, forfeited $12; Kei4h C. Keith Walace, county weed July 4 .............. 75 54 .00 artense, Wavexy, running spst, answered several July 5 .............. 75 51 .G4 stop sign, forfeited $10. questions concerning co,rol of problem weeds. He said Del- Ta SERVE IN KOREA nrali Toadfhx (yellow sp (. Alex Stewart, former dra, go) has been treatN1 on R instructor at Eastern the Northern Pacific Railrd Wgton Ste CUege, has rght-f-way through Cheney moved his family to C,llmbus , , iith excellent results. He said Ga., _where hey will make[ith the cooperation o,f oher ,their home hile he is ol duty [ .land owners, toadflax in the :in Korea. laor Stewart p [ Cheey area ca'n be. elminad. to leae from San Francisco]Otherrise, he said, the weed July 25. Icon take over .pasture land, as i! HELDHarold Harvey di- band in concert Tuesday Park as part of summer rec. reation program. Cheney High School musi' clans and some graduates formed the 35- piece band. Since Independence" in 1954, '"As I See India" in 1956, "Nine W'bo Survived Hiroshima and Nagasaki" in 1959 and "Para- dise Trust," ako tm,blished in 1959. He is tmw working on a book oun Asian  affairs that will give reade a f.nk and timely lk at this inereasixgly important aspect of the world situation. July 6 .............. 75 50 .00 July 7 .............. 81 58 .00 July 8 .............. 92 67 .00 July 9 .............. 89 52 Trc. MARKETS White Club, bushel ........ $1.35 Soft White ........................ $1.35 Barley, ton .................... $37.00 Oats .................................. $42.50 Wednesday quotation, F. O.- B., Cheney.