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Number 6 THE WEEKLY NEWSPAPER SERVING SOUTHWEST SPOKANE COUNTY Cheney, Washington, Friday, JuJy, 16, 1965 Single Copy 10 Cent Pugh Keeps Informed Storm Drain System Tour on Saturday Night by 'accident in- gourmet restaur- a very interestin'g legs. W/ere bet- the first (and might add) The next to us were They 'serve a to hold the p,Jcking The everythi,.g with and the man- speaking a.nd well he sho,uld it was! to one of the to hear a jazz there. We had as we step- steps into a It must Ppular spot as and the about, very group from en,ertmn- arid violinist. I' dreuhr aiTived It seems I suploe lack of sAace. we visited which is a in the hear1 m the 12th and and fames for and ex- glass windows. around then eon- and it was was guillotined. We cell, the door deliberately She .had to thereby The cell was r 5 feet by 8 ap- tlmse times mh ,beauty in and Imiings and in1t i,n- on their vast mystery to one thing I E u'rcDe--the madeira,1 the as they en- hand I was COhen we visit- where hangs of my favorite French Impres- h, Monet, zarme, etc. to Ment- current art- paintings I believe in the United surpassing IOw. Sacred Heart over- Is a most beau- the is excellent, l:kre- most inex- I've only c0fee Ameri- vest is Espreo to walk out served only meal. a service sta- girl; in French hhhug for suspect was de- 'an art was the facilities.! our car today Such and the : for miles Seanica, very easy to drive. are an advan- the rmrrow areas. Paris wide boule- ae cour- we leave Par- f France the Toni Max Min Pro. 64 .00 ............ 71 58 .00 ............ 70 57 .00 ............ 71 63 .00 ........... 7 60 .00 ::", ...... 81 68 .00 ......... 90 70 .00 ........ $ 1.26 ........ $ 1.27 crop); $42.00 ...... $43.00 quotation, FOB To Be Installed Soon DODGE TRUCKS PURCHASED--The City of :Cheney recently took delivery of two new trucks on the successful bid of Cheney Motor company. Standing by the large dump truck is Elvin Salter, City street forem, end leaning on the pickup is Fred Steiner, water and sewer department foreman. 1Cheney Audion Yards to ReoNn; Miss Florence Fryer 'Sees America First' Mi Florence Fryer and sis- ter, Mrs. Ralph logers (Alice), of Hormlulu are touring Alas- la, Oanad, a 'and the Dakotas on. a "See America First" trip. They went up the Alcan highway to Fairbanks and their first day attended the annua "Midnight Sun" baseball game, Gold Panners vs. U. S. Calif- ornia which started ,at 10:30 p. m. and ended at 1:15 a. m. No iffhts were turned on as it nev- er got dark. They stopped at the Univer- sity of Alaska in Fairbanks and Miss Fryer said the campus has new buildings and beautiful grou4s. She explained 1Wt. McKinley as a majestic sight, America's highest peak, 20,230 feet. Grizzlies, moose, red fox and big herbs of eari'bou are trekiag nortlrwmxi in the park. Their next jaunt is to Am ehorage aml other coast cities then takg the boat from Skgway to Prince Rupert and on to F,d,monon, WMmpeg arid South Dakota where their tam- ily ,home is located in Doland. Last Rites Held For Ewart H. Dare Ewart Harding Dare, ong- time Cheney area resident, died at 11:20 Monday evening in the Sacred Heart hospital, where ,he was confined since SurMay morning because of a heart ailment. Mr. Dare was born July 6, 1890 in arden Prairie, Ill. and lived on a small fawm until 1914 when he came west and :led near Spokane. He was a farmer and dairy- man in the Rodrm, Amber and Cheney communities until 1934 when he moved to Oheney ad purchased the present family lmme. He was employed by Martin Milling Company, Chancy Grain Growers, and the last 12 years before his retire- ment at Lakeland Village. Before his maia.ge to Miss Bessie Toycen of Ephrata in 1924, he served in the U. S. Army during World War I. He vas irstru,mental in organizing the Cheney-Medical Lake Bar- racks of World War I veterans and was '.an active member of Cheney Post, 72 American Leg- iort. He was baptised in the Epis- eopraliaa faith in hs bome at IIrmis and attended the Ohe- nay Methodist church. Survivors are his wife, Bes- sie, at the home; one ,son, Lisle E. Dare of Clmney; one daugh- ter, Carol Joy McBride of lo- salia; five grandchildren, Kar- en and Robin Dare of Cheney arM Beverly, Bobbi Lynn and Reece McBride of Red, ilia; one sister, Mrs. Ethel Sd of Se- ,att.le; and one brother, Lisle J. Dare of Port Angeles. Funeral services wiI1 be ,head ay (Friday) at 2 o'clock from the Jerue Furreral Hne with the Roy. Howard Pitts of- ficiating. Burial will be in Memorial Ga,rdens cemetery. MANY CATTLE SDLD Herman Wms, Cheney, re- ported the sale f several bulls in he l:ast few months. Buyers were Luther Harris, I.maont; John Babb, C. R. Lemley, Ira. Shea arm sons, T. W. Mmm, Lisle Dare, all f Oheney; Luke Flood, Daven, port; James San- da, Pasco; Barl Clement Jr., OakesdaM, and Roy Emtman, V'alleyford. First Sale Set For Saturday, July 24 Activity will resume at the old Cheney aucti yards across the tracks after being closed severM years. :: Mr. and Mrs. William Baker and Luther Alben of Spokane are opening the auction barn .and wilt hold ir first me:r- chandise sale in the old Cheney barn Saturday, July 24 begin- ning ,at 2 o'clock. The auction barn has been completely remodeled and oth- er clean-up and paint-up work is readying the place for the ope,nin sale. Since there are no suitable livestock yards at present, the auctioneer will sell directly from the owner's truck should anyone bring in livestock. Mr. Baker said all types of merchandise, furniture, appli- ances, miseeJlaneotts and hat k, ave you will be welcome. The Baker fa,mily pns to move here by Aug. 1. They :lve .our cIEMren: Lee as- signed to the rrmle tmse at Gardner, Ken.; Jm, a yam. tnoper with the 82ad ,A,im'ne Division recently transferred to the Domincan Republic; a daughter, Wanda who will he a soph'omore in kigh sClmol, and Steve, Who will assist with the antien yard. Albertson, brother of Mrs. Baker, is .also the faher4n-iaw of Mrs. Dormta Emtman Alert- son. Bone Grafting, Surgery Will Save Injured Boy's Foot Ted Fausett, who nearly sev- ered his left foot when he was riding a hwn mower ast Fri- day, will be hospitalized at least a month and with a ser- ies af surgery the fuot will be saved. Fausett was riding the mow- er to a job when his foot slip- ped off the machine and struck the whi.ling blade. Fire Chief Art Bean and assistant Jim Fcher saw the accident and rushed to the 14-year old boy's d, saving him from worse i- i juries. ! Ted's father,  Fausett, :.said the boY was in good spirR [at S. Luke's lmspital and the first surgery will be performed next week. Although the foot is saved it will be somewhat sorter as it had to be moved lmck to con- 'nect it with live tissue. Iaa the grafting process bone wile he taken from the hip and ten- dons from the arm to make the big toe operate. La.r some skin grMtirg  be @one. Seen 'n Heard Wag's sign in the Oheney Department store winflOw broughit a chuckle from across the street. The sign reads "Help Fight the War on Pov- erty! Buy it Here!" Oheney Volunteer fire deportment tlmrotrghly enjcd a cotrol- ed fire Wednesday evening as they watched a small oI'd build- ing, at one time oceulied by Duty transfer, go up in mrmke. . . Residents on the west shore of Wams hke enjoy- ing nice, bhck-tolped streets. . . Visitors from San Antonio experieng red coo July mghts common in the Noh- west ... Gloria I)Mfl scoring 95 in an attendance exam given at Eastern State Hospital where she started work July 1 .... Twu auction  in Chancy on July 24 advertised in this week's Free Press. Plans Underway To Purchase Bus For Cheney Groups Cheney Should Have A Float In 1966 Lilac Parade Cheney can look forward to entering a float in the 1966 Lilac parade. A committee headed by Kathy Deininger already has about $100 in a sock. The sock, however, is stored (col- lecting interest too) at the Cheney Branch of Seattle First National Bank, of which Kathy's father, Harry Dein- inger, is assistant manager. This amount was earned at a dance last spring. Another dance is planned for this summer. Kathy and her committee are aware that floats are ex- pensive and $100 is just a mere beginning so they painted colorful containers to coHect coins from com- munity contributors. The cntainers have been placed in several business houses and will be emptied from time to time. Let's see this Fund grow. Henry Rybus To Be Guest of SWABS I IIenry Rybus, executive sec-J retary of the VCasington In- terscholastic Activities Ass'n, now directing a workshop in physieat education at EWSC, will be guest of the Inland Em- pire Sportswriters and Broad- casters M'Mmy (July 19.) The SWABS  meet at rmon at the Desert Sahara. Plans are undarway to ob- tain ,a bus to be used by various civic organizations, BOY Scouts, Camp Fire Girls, etc. as a means of tranon for these grouFs. The bus, a umty gf 1Cheney Swimmers eoukl be used.by the Scouts ar , transportation to campg Take Several Events After a complete survey and stud7 of how Cheney's inade- quate street drainage problem cotfld be improared, the Council took ction to install a new drainage system. The vresent drain- age is not only 'a nuisance but expensive to residents azd the city and a street ,hazard during heavy rMn,M1 or a fast runoff. A motion to insall a com-I plate storm drainage sysitem [ L. I. D. ea,n be i'ssued and cn- tlwough ,a city-wide L. I. D. was struction can be started. passed by the City Council Other Business !Tuesday evening, i In other business the p r,_ The Local Improvement Dis. ! poed annexation o.f Presuekl s trict is to cover the entire city, !Trailer Court to the city sew- including public schools, the er system was discussed. college and anv future develop- A survey is to be made to ments.  , determine the cost of a poe- After eansiderabie planning [.ble route comctn;g  di and straying means to elimi- rict ,to the city sewer by gr- mate tgsent inadequacies and ity flw instead of a 1% eta- .facing the rapid growth and lion. L'kt of the survey is to buiMig prugrams in Oheney, be shared by Tom Presnell the coureil oed to do the on- the City. Also the cost of the tire job in the only possible route witl determine vhether way. the annexation will .be made. They also voted to raise the Sidewalks and Curbs areas, by Cmp Fire C_dr and various church groups to at- tend special activities. Because of the increased number of ScotRs in troop 56, transportation to camp sites is becomirg more diffimflt. AI many worthwhile acti%ties have to be abandoned becatmel o the tack of suitable trans- portation so a committee that i has been studyintg the problem recommends buying a bus. Further information can be obtained from E. Salter, Fred Steiner or Ken McCall. The committee wll gtady accept any help or suggestions and hope that this will be a com- munity project to furnish trans- portation for groups. Aivie Shaw Elected By Alumni Group grade about two feet on north Six street rom Oklartd to the rmrt,h city mis for better drain,a,ge. City engineer Clarence Simp- son was instructed to prepare pMns for a storm system so an Latin American Left, Topic of Talk by Dr. John J. Johnson A field of over 600 swim- mers prtlcipated in the AAU savioned swhn meet at Yak- ima last wekend. The meet, stmnsored by the YakiTm Blue Ma.r'.lins dow svimmers from the In, land Em- Mre, Central Washington and Oregon. In some of the eevnts, it was necessary to rurt as many as nine qualifying heats, and the seven best qualffyn,g times made tp the finals of each event. Cheney Winners Cheney winners were: 9 and 10 year old age group: Bo Stone, 3rd place in boys 50 cd. Butterfly and 5th in the 100 cd. Freestyle; Debbie Kingsly, 4th in Girls 50 yd. Freestyle. Boys 11 and 12, Mike Graves, 2ad in Boys 50 yd. ,backstroke, and Ken Radon took 3rd thce in the same event. Boys 13 and 14, Joe Graves, 4th in Boys 200 yd. Freestyle and John Waddiwgton was 7th in 200 yd. Freestyle. The Boys 13 and 14 year ol, 200 yd. Freestyle lIay of Tom Stone, oe Graves, Rarry Gil and John WadRrglxm earned 7th place ribbons. To Meet At Moses Lake Saturday, July 17th, the team will pareilte in e dosed three-way meet at Moses Lake with the Moses Ia, ke and the Othello swim teams. Sev- eral of the ovice swimmers from (:heney will also partici- pate. Firemen To Picnic; One Fire Reported Cheney volunteer firemen and their famfls will hold their annual picnic at Sutton park Sunday, July 18. Only one fire was reported for the past week, according to Cecil Clmrlton, clfief. A car belonging to Dan Shelard caug on .fire near the M-N-M Drive-In. Damage was slight and the firemen had the blaze er control within 20 miute. The firemen bu,med the old Duty Transfer office on Main street Tuesday evening under a controlled buPn., The building was oaed by Jim Hays and as ismanled beforehand. FIRE CALL THURSDAY Prampt msp0ese of Pire Dis- trier 3 prevented a  and ,hem damages to a mini- mum when a trash barrel fire at the Dr. Joh B. [MY home, the former !James Shindler place. The su, perintendent of the Mes Lake school district, Alvie Slaw, is the newly elect- ed pl-esldent,elect of the East- ern Waskington State College Altmi Assoeiati'o. He has been ,a vice president and Mos- os Lake diriet director of the associ,tion. Lindquist Elected IUrSS Li dqui st , sure,rl,te n - dent of the Tekoa soal dis- triet, has been elected vice president. Grogram Johiason, EWSC Alumni Association executive secretary, said three Spokane area men have been elected as ,directors. Merton Gray, Hav- e, male jnior l'g school prin- cipal, and Glen Whitely, Spo- kane ctmnty deputy sheriff, will represent different 17arts of Spokane, and Los Francis, an Argonne junior gh school teacher, will represent Spolane cagey. New Directors Other newly elected district directors are Hugh Neman, principal of Hoyden Lake ele- menSavy shool, req>resering the ktr d'Alene, Idaho area; R*ol Jantz, a Pdehhrd mat,h- emetics teadaer, representing the Tri-Cities; lbe IAneoln, a Boein, g Compm supervisor, representing Seattle, and George Gwinn, Portlav.d, Ore., tether, Oregon district rere- serdative. NEW Ralph E. Nolte and Larry D. Horton of Airway Helghts and A. N. Decker of Cheney ere new subscribers to the Cheney Free Press ' thls week. Dr. John J. Johnson, adviser to the State De,partmen on Latin America .and author o a prize-wimting study on Suth America, will speak at EWSC Tuesday evening. "The Latin America Left" will be the topic of Ms lk at 8:15 p. m. in Showalter &udi- toritrm on the EWSC campus in Chancy. The public is invit- ed and,an is free. Dr. 3otmson, profer of history at Starffrd Uviversity, shared first place for the Bol- ton Prize, ,awarded annuay for the outstanding Im*blioaion in En'ih deal',g with La,tin Amerkm, for his 1958 book, "Po']itical Ohange in Latin America: The Emergence of the Middle SecUre." He was acting Chief of the South American brneh, divis- ion of research f the Ameri- can Republics fr the State Department in 1952-53, and is adviser to the Encyel,opedia Britannica on Latin American history and geogralMay. Dr. Johnson .has tracked ex- tensively *hrouffhout all of South America. As a member of the EWSC summer qu,arter staff, he will serve as consultan to the two- week workshop on contempo- rary Latin America, starting onday, the .second paxt of the EWSC eurren,t world problens workshops. Discrepency Noted In Aged Theory FOR WHAT IT'S WORTH By G. T. Frost Much has been said about twin,s being horn generations apart. In tMnking about this, I de- cided to mention something a- bout the Frost family. I hve twin brothers, twin sisters and tin nieces. The twin brothers are Fred Frost of Spokane; ,and Freeman Frost of New1et; the sisters are the Mis: sos Dorothy a n d Doris Frost of Los Angeles; and the twin nieces are Ms. Ar- thur ttatcliffe (Jill Frost) of Seattle and Mrs. James Wade (Jekie Frost) of The D,Ales, Oregon,. In addition to the multiple births, my oldest brother, Ver- non (decead) and I .had the same birthdate, born six years apart. Consequently, there were .only three birthdays in our family of six children. T:s of course was conveni- ent in keeping track of bi'rth- days, but must have been a burden, to my mother. Of these three sets of twins only Jackie and Jill are identi- cal, even I cannot tell them aprt. They are the duhters of the late Vernon  and Ben.me Frost and were born in Oheney. Armther coincidence in the famv is that the 17th f the month is the prefeared birth date. Vernon and I were born i April 17 and Freenmn's chil. i dven,  and , were ioorn J,ammy 17 and July 17. The council also voted to use some money remaining irt the swimming pool construction furtd to install curbing and sidewalks n the south and the east sides of the swimming pool block. There was some discussion of possible renurabering (f ko,uses from El,m street north and from Second street to Washin,gton street but no ac- tion was taken here Ball Tournament Starts Next Week; All Teams May Enter 'Spokane County Boys' Base- ball Taurnament will start next week. Schedules, fields, etc. have been mailed to the coach- es throughout the county. nay r .nrough Thursday with no Friday or Saturday . Coaches will contact players with the necewy e- tion. Each team will play a ,mini- mum f two games. The tser off e first game enters the losers bracket and may con- tinue playing as long as 'the team is able to . As soon as a tem  two games it is out of the tourrmment, vhe,t.h- er in the winni.ng or Iosing bracket. Last Week's Results Results of last week's am: Wednesday, July 7, AA-- Cheney 1 vs. Cheney 2, here, winner, Cheney 2, 9-7. Wad- dington, Jordan (3) and Street- er for Cheney I; Marion and Stone or Cheney 2. Windsor vs. Cheney 3, there, Windsor 5-3; Wilson and West. Thursday, July 8, AAA Che- ney 1 vs. Greenbhfff, forfeited by GreenMuff; Chancy 2 vs. FAke, C,ttaroy 2-2 after 9 in- nings, called because off dark- ness. Wh,itfield & Ableman. Chancy 3 vs. Linvood 2 at Evergreen, Linwood 12-11; Har- ris & Hatch. Cheney 1 vs Che- nay 2, here. Chancy 2 won 6-5; Miller and Ham for Caheney 2; Wis, Helsing (5) and Stone for Cheney 1. This week's results: Monday, July 12, AA Cheney 2 vs. Windsor ai Geiger, tied 4-4 at the anti of the 6th in- nirg because of darkness. Chene] 3 vs. Medical Dake, 'here, 8-2 Chemey, larflett & West. Tuesday, July 13, AAA Country Homes vs. Ceney 1, here, Country Homes won 10-4, Stiffler, Huber (5) and Sheperd. A, Cheney 2. vs. lhnwood at Evergreen, 7-4, Oheney 2; VChitfield & Ableman. Cheney 3' vs. Kaiser Blue, here, Kaiser Bue 6-0, Harris and Hatch. Four Lifesaving Awards Issued Four life.ring awards were issued to Cheney srimmers by Jim Bah', instructor. Robert Pierce and David R'alp'hs received the junior life- saving c*rtifeates and Teresa Smith nd Kelly Kessler were :awarded senior lifesaving cer- ti*ficates. PARTS MANAGER HIRED Lawrme Kotzian is the ew pm00s nmnage00 at Che00ey luee T company,  h frem   and his wife, Roberta, and three cMIdren, Rickie age 7, Elizabeth age 6 and S'nie age 5   tlir home at PicMc Pines on Silr hke.