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69, Number 7 THE WEEKLY NEWSPAPER SERVING SOUTHWEST SPOKANE COUNTY Cheney, Washington. Friday, July 23; 1965 Single Copy I0 Cent_ Review... Toni Pugh Milan, Italy the French AIps today. We h.ad a beau- from Paris alon,g River and saw most famous castles, dating the middle ages. them .are kept in good d some stil] retain car- inlaid cabinets, chests, etc. of t,he owners. we had a delightful touring one of the castles, where d'Medici once lived. something oat of a a.s we climbed cure- staircases and the a chocolate factory F came drifting through roads in France, even minor, are wonderful It is certainly drivig through Old town; the sweets eaou, gh to pass ; dodging Ncycles, ped- meeting a truck. China Factory one night in Lim- for its H0viland beautiful art ob- :enamel. A permaren't is maintained in the ' s:houti,nlg "Friends, Romans and Countrymen" and the acous- tics in this marble stadium were amazing. Cathedrals and Churches Every cathedral and church we have visited has been dec- orated with the most beautiful o4 paintinrgs, statuary, etc., but :in this Basillica of Lyons I was especially thrilled by the me- sam murals on the side walls done in gold, turquoise, semi- precions stones, and tiles of all cobrs. Then we left the valleys and drove ovr the French Alps into Itlay and tonight in Milan is one of those warm Italian nights with a full moon shin- rag! and now we have a new set of currency to learn. Cheney Swim Team Earns Many Firsts Eastern Washingt,on Recrea- tion Ass'n swim team partici- p.ated in a triangular swim .and .one can see the being cast in many total of 18 first place ribbons the factory. Jin individual swimming events. Very Old Town Peggy Steiner, swimming in as we continued o mountains we c, avne very, very old town realized th,at it 'famous since goods for sale. This Wa one of the odest that we ,h'ad and was tucked .hills far from any CHENEY'S FIREMENThese boys help keep your insurance rates down. Volunteers are: Cecil Char[ton, fire chief, Ray Steiner, Jim Fischer, Coy Smith, Dwayne Paul, Bert Con- rath, Elmo Bartlett, Fred Steiner, Herold Crawford, Roger Zimmerman, Dave Harris, Countryside country,de was frra ous fieds, small farms  nd beautul that one w(mld sPy a astle, perehed ihfll or reining a would come tpon a old Ohuch. Is Beautiful Was an espeeialLly beau- t With a wde river run- it. Over]ooldng is the Basilliea and Itoman ruins which a theatre. Naturally the stage area meet with Moses Lake HAP FRANDSEN Othello at Moses Lake Satur- TO LEAD GOLD day, July 17. The 11 members of the team M I N I N G TO U R wlo attended brought ,borne a Girls 15-17, ,and Bob Stone in Bys 10 'an d under ea,ch earned three blue ribbons. Six members of the team each earned two blue ribbons for their beau- as folbws: Dibble Kingsly, an. d tape,stries. They Girls 10 and Urder; T. J. Mur- in  mlv r  hy, Boys 8 and Under; Ken ,t .... 1..._., Of ugs, , - res which" were a [ttauon, loys 11 and 12; John i i'] to . There are ]W, addh.lgton, Boys 13 and 14; hops with weavers [Nancy Steiner and Susan Mur- over the 1,cents and phy in Girls 13 and 14. Tom Stone went to Paseo the same day to participate in the Washington state open meet. He entered Boys 14 and Under Jurdr diving and he brought tmme a fst place tro- phy. This is the second consec- utNe year that Tom ,,has won thm event. Th weekend *'ire ,team will Irticipate in the Junor Olympics Short Course meet at Kennewick. Seen 'n Heard A 'few proverbs taken from a "Symposium" gathered by W. J. Arneson of Great West- ern Savings & Loan Associa- rtiO1 on a 'People to People' tour to the Orient: I-hwaiian: "The life of the la,nd is per- petated in righteousness." . Japanese: "God never cre- ates a man above another, nei- ther beknv him." . . . Korean: "If you 1,eve your own chil dren, love also those of oth- ers." . .. Ohinese: "Love's par- tial eyes, Ixe sees no faults. . . Hong Kong: Moderation is the corner stone of Chinese culture . . . Vietnamese: Its esy to sound the devh (ff a river or n ocean, but few people succeed to probe oth- ers' feelings... Fippino: God's wheel ,grinds stowly but it rinds welI .... This week's big rain delays 'hrvest at tst a week in this area and .baRed grain cutting activities in Ad- rrns nd Whitman counties Where .haresting Wars well un- dray last week.... A change from slmrts, skirts, shifts and other hot weathcr gear to long wats, sweaters, coats and ,rain gear as the ther- mometer steadily drapped fo a 'high 90 last Friday to a effdlly 50 degrees by Wednesday .... Connie Laff amenti tha Grover Black, Norm Hove and Chet Johnson want a .pastoffioe at their end of town. C lfornla cars heading north loaded with {ishing and skiing gear .... North Dakota ears, headin south, ustally have a unbe of Children ,and a pet .... Dale Moss recruiting teenagers for the new Cheney layarmna... Mrs. Baker forgot to mention her pretty little daughter-in- law in last week's Cheney auc- tion story. By the way, see you at the auction sate in the Ye Otde Auction Barn this Satur- day afternoon. 2 High School Grads Admitted to EWSC Two more Cheney ,high sahgol gnadtmtes :have been ad- mitted to Eastern, Wshington State College for fa quarter. They are Roger A. Christian- son., 819 5th street, and Jervold L. Jotmson, 1613 5th street son wilz njr in ar- Chictectual draing at EWSC, and Johnson wilt be a mathe- matics major. LEIGHTON TOP AWARD R. Leightun, direet- EWSC davisian of education, rec- and athletics, has won am,d of the Assoeia- arrd Mental ws presented award for selmlarly at the ntiolml of the associa City ,last week. is editor of tam bi-monthly jotm- PICNIC PARK WED. club enjoyed a pot- in Sutton Imrk uests were Mrs. L. sister, IV[vs. Beh New Athany, Ind., Charle Proctor, arid Joe Spuler. on the visit to the Club was given. Buob brought a o tissue flowers she to make and wi at a fu- The next cotmty will be Sept. club will help fur- erve roRs arm cof- fer the fall festi- member i,s asked to table favor or place to the Sep- which will be Proctor's. Gould, county be a special guest .of digression will and Love It." Max Min Pro. .............. 84 61 .00 .............. 89 63 .00 .............. 91 65 .00 .............. 80 49 .00 .............. 83 65 .28 .............. 64 54 - ............. 59 50 .73 no precipitation sprinkler action ,at the college. A tour of old time gold min- ing are:as and other points of interest in northern Idaho will be held Saturday as part of the EWSC summer activity pro- gram. Led by B. L. (Hap) Frandsen, the tour will leave frem the Student Union at 8 a. m.. with the old Fort Sherman grounds at Coeur d'Alene the first stop. The touring group will view the falls at Post Fal,l, tour the Bunker Hill & Sulliwan Com- pany smelter in Kellogg, and visit the Walace museum be- fore seeing the old gold camps at Murray.and Dream Gulch. A visit to the Cataldo Mission will be made en route to Spo- kane. Any interested pe may join the ear caravan by making arrangements with the affice ',of the dean of students a EWSC. Che00 Lake Rotary Club Meets; Elects New Officers Cheney-Medical: Lake ttotary club installed officers at a ban- quet held June 29 in the Che- ney city hall with Pete Smith and Lowell Poore in charge. Officers for the coming year are Dr. Richard Humlx,xs, president; William Wiln, vice president; Lowell Poore, secre, tary and Dr. Kenneth Douglas, treasurer. Directors ,are William Wil- son, John SMwson, Ted Stahl- lmrn and Pastor Clair Grebe. Harry Deininger, editor, acad Pete Smith have charge of the bulletin and Frank Schadegg is program chairman. District Governor is Harold Jackson of Walla WaHa. A club ramby was held on the evening of Juty 15 at the lmme of President Dick Hum- phveys This was the first assembly of the club under the new of- ficers. Pouxeeen members were present and during the evening discussed anti set up tentative plans far the coming year. Song, Yell Leader Attend Conference Georgette YouIg, scrag lead- er, and Lynda Hefted, yell leader, were mnong 651 dele- gates ,at the ,sixth annual Wash- ington high schco yell and song leader conference at Cen- tral Washington State college July 11 through 14. Sponsored by the Washing- ton Secondary principles asso- ciation, the corffereuee is staffed by 14 teachers and ad- ministrators om Washington high schools and by an instruc- tional staff of 11 from the Na- tional Cheerleading as0eia- fion. Georgette's parents live at Four Lakes and Lynda is the daaghter o,f Mr. and Mrs. Lar- ry Horton of Airway Heights. Three Act Comedy To Be Presented "The Great Big Dorsteps," a threemet co,nedy, will be pre- sented in performances Thurs- day .and Friday (July 29-30) everdgs a Eastern Washing- ton State College. Both per- formances wi be at 8:15 p m in Shalter Auditorium and admission is free. Low Insurance Rates Due TO Volunteer Firemen There is more to being a volurteer fireman than meets the eye. Their contri,bution to the commumty goes beyond putting out fires; they keep im'ane rates dow. The type of fire department, wMch irlndes equipment and nmnber and extent of training of firemen, plus the ,type of wat I system in a town or city determines the :insurance rates. Presently Oheney hs a class 6 rating, Medical Lake, class 8 and Airway Heights, ckass 9. Class is determined by the Washington Survey and Rating Bureau. Airway Heights missed the upgrade to 8 by about two points because of inadequate equipment. This would ,have meart a savings of 10 to 30 pea" cent on resMentia,1 insurance premiums The fire fighting crew was given ,an excellent rating in training and school- ing. Oheney's class 6 was some. what in jeopm'dy because of Bob Harvey, Elmer Luiten, Bill Calvert, Don irtadequate equipment for the Smith, Jerry Anderson, Joe Jerue, Harvey Mc- Quarrie, Harold Toohey, George Fossum, Pete :Mntague, Chuck Shepard, Art Bean, Dave : Tareski, Lilliard Corbit, John Davis, Wayne :Fifield, Jim Barner and Jerry Rasmussen. Kappa Theta Chi Adopts Nursing Home; B,dhday Pad,es Given for Oldsters EDITOR'S NOTE One of the outstanding projects undertaken by a group of young people in Cheney is bringing happiness to patients at the Cheney Nursing Home as a philanthropic con- tribution. Miss Sue Wilson, E. W. S. C. student and Kappa Theta Chi member agreed to write about this project. She is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. William Wilson. Mrs. Edgar R. Fenste- macher is the adviser. Clayton Johnson Injured at Surfing Clayton Jo.hrson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Johnson of Los Angeles, as severely injured Su.ndy in ,a surfing aident at Lgoena beach. The 17 year old lad was hit on the head with a surf board cruvhing one side of ,his face size of the city. This proml:md the 'purvhase of 'the nLw pump- er truck early in June Fire Ohief Cee Charlto said the new pumper should be ready for testing next week. The testing, four hours of pumping water to dete2mine the capa.city, will be at Mey ors Park resort on Fish hke whenever reprentatives of the State RaUng Bureau are I available. Purchase of the $36,000 pum- per was a drain on the City's 1964 fire deparmten budge of $46,000. Charlton said the doping. merit is wrking for the text tpgrade, class 5, which werA decrease insurance rotes ag- proximately I0 per cent step would require addil. equipment and* two more vM- unteers. He explained that voAmtee must be schooled, must per- tic}pate in regular W'actice ses- sions and must take first aid classes. Girl]tout Cadets and eruslfing the eye socket, t Surgery later that day in'clud- F___ _ e. #... ,s .. ed making a new s0eket withl tamp Ai Lily flail metal webbing. I ....... The latest report was that] A group oz za (iM u ca- surgery was successful and no dets andtheir two counsel SORORITY FROJECT By Sue Wilson Last all 25 apprehensive flit'is walked throuR'n the/d,oors of the Cheney Nursing/Home not kowing quite wlt to ex- pect. The girls Were merabers of Kappa Theta @hi, an, EWSC sorority, arm they had just adpted the Cheney Nursing Home as the phnthropie project. New, alydgar hter, the sgns of aPpn .... have well .disppeaacl as these girls wander in and out with calm familiarity. Over the past year the girl have regularly vi'sited the ,rest- lmme and have consequertiy, grown quite fond of the elder- ly people livirrg there. Brthdays are special oecas- Elk Forfeits In Tournament Play Cheney area baseball tour- rament results for the pst two weeks are recorded here. Elk forfeited to Cheney 1, AAA, Tuesday evening at Med- ical Lake in their first tour- nment game. In other tour- nament games, Cheney 2, A, won over Chattavoy at Mead, 12-9 Monday; battery was Mil- ler, Deininger and Ham for Cheney .and Kosl, Curt (4) and Cook for Chattaroy. Ceney 1, A, l'ost to Deer Park 9-0 at Evergreen. Ohe- ney battery was Wills and Stone. Last Week's Games In  week's games Che- ney teams won three and }ost two. Wednesday, July 14, Med- ical Lake won, over Cheney 2, AA, 9-8, at Fisher field with Stone, Morlan (5) and Lrson, Cheney battery. Cheney 1 ,AA, wn over Gei- gtr 2-1 at Geiger with Jordan and Streeter at battery. Thursday, July 15, A, Iaiser Blues over Cheney 1, 12-2 at Evegreen; Cheney battery, Helsing, Wills (3) and Stone. AAA, Otleney 2 vs. Coun,ry Homes, Country Homes won 12-1. Just and Ahlemen. A, Oheney 2 over Oheney 3, Fisher Field, 11-10. Deiniger, Miller (4) and Ham for Cheney 2, Harris, Crabb (4) and IatCh for Oheney 3. Dr. Connor Called To State Capitol Dr. Ralph G. Conner, EWSC associate professor of sociology, has been ,called to Olympia this week for conferences with the State Department of Health a.nd with national, regional and state officers of the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation. Dr. Conner, a member of the Cu)vernor's Comraittee of A1- cofmRsm, wi meet With the health department to plan the expanded program for treat- merit of alcolmlism in the state. The meeting with the second grou is to plan the expmfin of relmbilitation sevviees to M- cobolics. ions and for every birday, Kappa Theta Chi gives a party. There's cake fr everybody and atways lots of songs some !sung by the girts, some sung by the old folks and some sung by everyone. On spechal occas- Ions, such as laster and Christ- mas, the girls try to give small services and everyone sirgs scrags appropriate to the occas- ion. eye injtry is anticipated. were Mon4ay overniRht : Clayton is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Johnson Sr., who were contacted by phone shortly after the acci- dent Stnday morning to auth- orize immediate surgery as the injured boy's parents cotfld not be teen,ted. The pareRs had left the ,home a short time rallied" to do some marketing at a nearby store. Now tha't summer is here l there are ny a {er - the [gllil.moN ?1.,,,1, axe keeping the  ulive ! _ until the rest of their organ-J SUCcumb ( AII$ '! izatit returns next fall. t al J.v v Kappa Tlmta Chi has found tlt what began as a "nice idea," has grown to be one of their most enjoyable and re- wm'dirg projects. The girls plan to keep their project go- ing next year, too, by keeping the Cheney Nursing Home as lvety and cheerftfl as possible with visitirg, parties, a,nd many I other celebrations. I Cheney Educators Attend Training Camp At Ft. Lewis Lewis, , July 16--Dr. Fort [Dana E. Harter, ;head of the 'division of science, EWSC, Dr. !Jmes J. Edmonds, assisn professor of music, and Lt. Col. Edgar R. Fenstemaeher, professor of military science, al}l of EWSC, are 2among 65 other distinguished educators from 34 colleges and universi- ties who were invited by the army to observe the tva'. mi at the 1965 Sixth U. S. A.vmy ROTC Summer Camp. ,Each had an opporttmRy to watch his own students partici. pate in xaried field activities, i Completion of the six-weeks ROTC Camp, plus graduation from college, is necessary be. fore the 1350 cadets now in camp can receive their com- missi)ns as Second Lieu'ten- ,ants in the Army of the United Stas. The summer camp is part of the newly reorganized ROTC program which 'has made 1000 sctmhrhips avla, ble under modified commissiOn re- quirements. Lower Valuation Denied Petitioners The petitions of Mrs. Benja- min D. McKi. ron and Mr. and Mrs. Freddie W. Lomke for lower property tax vatmations were turned down by the Spo- kane County Board of Equal- ization. The petRioners contended that moving the airport entry and moving away of a fighter unit from Geiger Field lver- ed the worth of their pax0er- ty..Mrs. McKizmon is opetor of the eiRlt-unit Mple Leaf Motel nd beauty  and grocery. The Lemke operate the 14-unit Pine Lodge Mbtel. ,Properties in the aea are sohe6u,led for reassessment next year Wi}liam H. Clark, 87, former resklent of Medical , died in the city hall auditorium. The cadets, 8th, 9th and 10tlh graders from Nyssa, Ore., earne in their sclmol hus arrivin at 5:30. A'ter a eook,out t Sut- ton park they unxolled tmir '.slepin,g bags in the auditor. ltrm. The girls left early Tuesday morning for the Na Scot convention at Pond rlake for a day's and to go on the scout re&ring to00r day. were to Ny. sa on the North-south b,ihmy through Lewistan anti over the Witebird ll. lnqtry for lmusia the group at Cheney was diseuesed at the Last city council meeting and e auditorium seemed to be the most suitab and hos. pitale place for the travelirrg Monday, July 19, at Fairfield, Ca. He .'.is survived by .his wife, Inez, at the home in Fafield; oe daughter, Mrs. Thomas R. Yanmacci of Fair. fieL rd one stepson, Eugene Iackney of MedicN Lake. Funeral services were ,held at 2 p. m. Thursday from the Hansel-Bryan Funeral home, Firfield. Interment was at Sulsun Fairfield cemetery. Mrs. Etta PresneB Reports Death Of Her Sister Mrs. Etta Presnell returned this week from Portland, where she  spent a month with her sister Who was critically ill. The funeral services for her ster, Geld,e Binder, were held in Portland on Friday,: Juy 13, with ,bu in Port- hd. Survivors are the bus-! band Lester Binder at the home and fOLW daugbtem, a sister, Mrs. Presnell of Ohe- ney, and ,brother, Delbe Pence of Lind. Board of Trustees To Meet July 30 The Board of Trustees of EWSC las scheduled a busi- ness meeting in the I-pId Hotel, Beligham. The mee,t- ing will take place at 7:30 p. m., Friday, July 30, 1965. Members of the thard ave Dr. Don S. Ptte2son, Psi- dent EWSC; Mr. Melvin B. V'oorhees, chairman, Board of Trustees; Mr. Harvey Evick- son, Mrs. Zema Morrison, Mr. Thomas F. Meagher and Mrs. Marjorie Tanke. Funeral Services Held For Six Year Old Lad Funerval services for Joet Ricbaxd Jones, who died J u 8, were held Saturday, July 17, from the Thornton Metho- dkt church. The six year old lad died of a heart ailment. He was a gr* ephew of M. D. G. Jerue. NEW SUBSCRIBERS W Cheney Free Press sub- scrtbers this week ere Lyle Cottrell, Robert Smith and Merle Whitcomb, ell of Air- way Heights. ]Ruth Blackshaw On Honor List R,th Bkw, the du- ter of Mr. and Mrs. James Bla, cksttaw, of 123 Third St., achieved the Dean's  for out- standing academic aomlMish- mmat during the spemg seme ter at Whitwoe*h Cklvg a Spolvane. Students are  to he Dean's list by completing 14- 19 academic hurs with a grade-point average of 3.3. For the spring semester 212 stu- d,ets were tmaored. Swim Lessons Slated At Williams Lake Swimming ,lessons, from be- gingrs through life saving, wil be ,given at Wllwas hke re- sort under the Spokane Coun- ty Park n,d ReareeUon depm't- mont. Intruetkm wkU be given from 1:00 to 4:00 p. m. fam Aug. 2 to 13 (exclu "di Satur- day and Sunday-). Mrs. W. A. Bemxi and Mrs. Agnes Charlton will be the insti-uor Jaycees Promote Traffic Safety To hetp promote traf/1c safe- ty on Chertey streets, Jaycees are offering to trim  thtt obstruct views at iatersectim and trim shrubs that ock the view of traffic sigS. Arty resident may have this service for a donation by 1hon- lag 235-6680 or 235-4681. Top Guernsey Judges Ken DObbins and Charles, Packard were rnong the tap Guern,sey judges at the InJand Empire Guernsey Field Day July 12. More than 50 cattle bi'eedev and their famines attended the field day at the Harold Pais- ley frrn near Spirit Lake. Ken Dobbins is an FFA stu- dent Cheney sclm00. C2es Padcar ac'Iture insist, and .Miss Mary Le Spokane COunW Dairy Princess, were tap judges in the adult class. Dick Camp was in charge o [he prvgram.