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"rh.e.....___ THE WEEKLY NEWSPAPER SERVING SOUTHWEST SPOKANE COUNTY 68, Number 7 Feed Grain Shortage In Spokane County Price Specialist county farmers today o tie down )lies of feed grains, other roughage zmw. B. Kelsey, county agent, said th(ts ad- from Karl Hobso,3, Sta,te University price specie,list. for reduced hay grain crops wt:hin prompted Hobson's gave this p,icture of feed situation est/m,ates of the U. of Agriculture's Livestock Reporting Crop Down hay crop is at atmost 10 per cent year. The 1963 Ray adequate to growing live- stockmen and cannot expect much supplies from ad- Oregon's hay Own 5 per cent from and production in ,only (m per cent-- h t'o take care expanded live. )ears that live- and dairymen to make more use of rouffhage in the season. Examples grain hay and pea- and hay. Even or chaff might be .this winter. WSU Extension specialist, also ad- of by-product feeds neglected. These in- from the grass clover and al- corn and pea vine Waste; beet trps; and of course, to supplies is to feed This year, how- Price f feed gr. ains up during the fall poduction in the at 30 per cent and the 5-year av- export sales of bar- large as in most supplies for be quite small. "If there ever was ,a year to line up feed supplies during the summer, this is it. For bar- ley, it is a matter o getting it before foreign buyers do." In addition to the short bar- ley crop, carryover supplies of all feed grains in the sate probably are the smallest in 10 years. The oats crop is down 14 per corot from las,t year a, nd 17 per cent below average. And the state's field corn crop is down 2 per cent from last ,ear and 27 per cent below the 5-year average. Wheat could he}p bridge part of the feed gap if sock- men .act promptly. For the first time shwe the oernme,nt sold wheat cheap during World War II, wheat prices are low enough to compete with other feed grains. Moreover they may drop a li.ttle more during the peak of harvest in early autumn. Export demand, however, may cause vcheat prices to ad- vance sharply soon after lar- vest. Towel Helps A beach towel is the best weapon against schistosome cercarial dermatitis, the state Department of Health seid recently. The condition, more com- monly called swimmer's itch, has been reported de- veloping among swimmers in Eastern Washington. A rash appears, with in. tense itching, the depart- ment said, when a small free-swimming perasite bur- rws under the skin and dies. The reaction lasts for about a week. The condition can be avoided by using a towel immediately after swim- ming, t h e department advised. eWEATHER max. min. pre. July 17 .............. 71 52 .00 July 18 .............. 86 56 .14 dttly 19 .............. 76 48 .00 J,aly 20 ............. 76 53 .00 Jtfly 21 ............. 85 58 trc. Jtlly 22 .............. 78 50 .00 July 23 ............. 74 42 .00 Cheney, HAY HARVEST NEARLY DONE--Ricky Hil- ton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hilton, runs hay baler on Ted McMillan ranch near Cheney. Hay harvest in this area is nearly ompl'eted. Washington, Y'riday, July 24, 1964 Most of the dry.land crops have been cut, baled end hauled. Yields have been one-half to throe-fourths ton lighter this year than last year. Former Houseboy Grateful CH ENEnYmil EcVJsEpeNniNT GETS TitAN KS from his former hseboy: English Is Difficult "I really don't knav how to forgive myself for not writing to you much sooner. As you know, I have dficulty wrR, g and I don',t undeasstand Eng- lish good enough to write a letter to you. "Dar lieuteaaant,please for- gie me. But we hve not for- gotten you for a day. Especial- millions trying to win friends and influence people, but a single act of kirdness by an American overseas can some- times do what a fortuaae can't. This ws proven agtin this week by a letter from Korea received by a Cheney man now scrvirtg in the Army. He is 1 'It. Roger K. Bean, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bean, 323 N. 4th St. Bean is Spokane Connty District 3 fire chief. His s'o.n, a 1958 graduate of t iy "Mijong" still taks about Cheney }Iigh School and a[YU. In her lttle heart she .,.962 EWSC graduate, served] rnisse's you. You have been a from February of 1963 to April I true frieId to me and my fata- l964 in Korea, near-the de-[ flY. I dmCt think i can ever militarized zone. [repay you for all the nice Was His Houseboy -things yot've d.one .to me and my family. We received the The friend he made for b2an- : sel:f and America }s Huh Youg, ; ts "houseboy. WY4. e " iff"ICOa Lt. Bean wrote lgs mother, askin,g her to send clothing for 'Ho" and his faanity as the oo]rd Korea,n winters left them inadequately cothed. Ater Lt. Bean returned to Cheaaey he, sent more clothing to "Ho,": along wth ,a picture he had i taken of the Koreaaa and his family a few days before he left that country. This week Lt. Bean received the following letter of thanks Single Copy 10 Cents nice package and the lcture. My Lfe wa so-.ful that she became so emotional that she was overjoyed. She wants me to say a hello to you. "I also .don't think I can ever meet a finer, nicer and (Continued .on page 8) MARKETS White Club, bushel ...... $ 1.37 Soft White, bushel ........ $ 1.35 P.aqey, ton .................... $37.00 Wednesday quotation, F. O.- B.. Cheney. Court Results Cheney Justice Court re- sults the past two weeks are as follows: OLaf L. Myrvang, Sea,ttle, speedirg, forfeited $12; Jhn E. Morris, Gvandview, speed- ing, forfeited $12; Kenneth S. Arrell, Newport, Ore., impro- per passing, orfeited $29; Russell J.. Smith Jr., 814 6th S,t., Cheney, driving over cevt- ter line, fined $15 (suspended) plns $6 c'osts. Cheney District Much Like W-V Willam J. Riggs, superintenden,t o C heney schools, says his work here wilt closely parallel that in the West Valley dis- tafict, here he 'last worked. He joined the West Valley district as an adm'mis,trative assis- tant in 1960 and was named assis.ant superintendent on July 1. He then accepted the Cheney position earlier this month. Riggs told a reporter on the Spokane Valley Herald last week the Cheney situation re- sembles recent developments in th West Valley district. "The Cheney buitd'mg pro- gram calls for the construction of a new tfigh school, eonver- ,stm of an old .h;tgh shoot building into a junior high, the demolition of a bufld,g, prep- aration of atMetic facilities and corstruction of a new adn- istration building--just as has bee,n done here at West Val- ley," P'ggs said. Program Reviewed "The Cheney district has a registration af 2,250 students and includes oe .high schoo and five elementaries-plus a school on the EWSC campus that is affiliated with the dis- trict. "Cheney voters will cast bal- lots Sept. 15 on a $500,000 bond issue for a new high sch, ool and vote on a special- purpose levy of $178,000," he continaaed. Riggs added that he feels the Cheney position offers im Wayne A Head Gilrov l a "real challenge," aad he is Calii ;speeding, forfeited $12: looking forward to the dties MiltOn E. Hermaz, Merrilll]Of the position he now holds. Iowa, speeding, forfeited $12;[_ ., Daniel Gilmore, Helerm, Mont., [[[1'$1 Dll speeding, forfeited $12; Wil-l,vm ru liam D. Weiget, 311 Main. St., ! , m ^... CheLney, expired operators lic-] 10 00eeK UlllCe ense and speedg, fined $11. -7-   Two Eastern Was!hinon Publ,c F,eld Tr,p !Sate College studen residing m Cheney have announced Offered College tr eior o  as Re- A trip to Gardner Caves State Park near Meta.ne Falls is offered to Eastern Washing- ton Sta.te College summer qdar- ter students and other inter- ested pers,orts this Saturday. Francis J. Schadegg, chair- man of the EWSC department of geogvap,hygeolgy, will lead the car caravan which will, leave from the EWSC Student] Unioua, at 8 a. m. Anyone in- terested may join the caravan. !publioan candidates for 5th district representatives. The candidates are Jerry VChite, Rt. 1, and John Hick- man, 915 5th St. They said their decision was "influenced by he current txend towards extremist views in the Republican party." They will run as citizen candidates who are not satisfied with the present status of the Repbli- sa party, they said. Cily's Namesake Due Here Mo.n.day For Week's V,sd The granddaughter o Ben- jamin P. Cheney, for whom the City o Cheney was named and who is the real founder of Eastern Washington State College, will visit Cheney and Eastern Washington State Col- lege next week. She is Mrs. Ruth Streeter Cheney, who will arive from her .home in Mrristrwn, N. J., Monday afternoon. Dr. Edgar i. Stewart, EWSC professor of history, is in charge of the cmnmittee planning Mrs. Sreet- er's visit. Guest At College Mrs. Streeter  be ,the guest o the college at a din- n.er at the Spohane Club Mon- day night, which wil4 be at- tended by college officials and members of the EWSC board of trustees and their spouces. She will sy overnight an the EWSC canpus in Cheney and wK1 tour the oolege fa- ciDties. Special breakfast and lunchean, prog,ams in Tawn- ka Comm,om are also being planned or her heare she lcaves for her hme Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Streetr  the comman, dant of the U. S. Marine Corps Women's Re- serve, estabtis,hed in 1943. She was a member of the New Jer- sey Tercentenaa'y Celebration Committee, was a delegate to the New Jersey Coistitutional Converttion tat 1947, and was national president of the Na- tion.al Society o Colorfial Dames of America from 1948 to 1952. Driving Simulator Is Just Like The Real Thin00 driving simulator, (3heney by the All- Co. this sum- ,n,ext to the on the Eastern State Coege instructor of education nd Cheney High simulated driving the instruction can, literally, neat in the unit and car through same of the busiest streets in a maj- or city. He 'drives" his car under the watchful eye of an instrumet which records his every move. Unit Is Unique "[ he simulated instruction unit is a unique method of pro- iding instruc(m, to beginmng drivers, and it cuts down on the classroom and actual driv- ihg sessions of students. The instruments are situat- ed within a mobile trailer, and are lined up on two sides, wi, th six units on each side. Each unit is designed exactly like an automobile, and he drivers ,respond to situations deputed on a full width screen at the end of the trailer. The machine registers ac- tions of the drivers, tells ex- ,actly ,hcw fast .each is going, how they use their brakes, lights, steering mecharAsm, and a number of other deta. The machine s furnished by Evans lnditstries, Inc., and is utilized through caoperatim of Allstate Insurance Co. Link Division, General Precisions, inc., manufacture arid service the machines. Provides Experience The driver trainer simulated in.struction teaches the function and inter-relationship o the driving controls mechanical coordination reqtti,red in auto- mobile driving, and provides experience in safe dving ,lrO- eedures, as well as many other items necessary in cultivating good drivers. It offers realism for the young leammr and is endorsed by the National Safeey Coun- cil. l,l is reported to cut costs in driver education up to 40 per cent, allowing for fewer in- structors and less time re- quired in the actual instruc- tion, for beginning drivers. Each student spends from two to three hours on the instm- znents and is graded individ- ual and automatiea.y as he progresses. ++ +State Pla0s Program: le said fla+e State De,part- memt of Education p]a_s to use two smulators this year in a pot program. The simulat- high schools in Washington. The purpose is to determine the possibility of incorpora,t- ing s, imulators into the state. This will reduce the total cost of driver and traffic education programs while still providing and maintaining a quality pro- gram. The simulator is presently being used to:train teachers and beginning drivers .at the college, although everyone is welcome to visit the 60-foot trailer. Public Invited ors  be assigned to two It is located at the south q end of Campus school on 7th St. The public is invited to use the simulator dally from July 27 to 31 from 3 to 5 p. m. and 7 to 9 p. m. and from August 3 to 5 at the same hours. The simulator is supervised by Joe Beal, special assistant to the State Depa'rtment of Ed- ucation, who is a driver and trMlfie safety education teach- er from Tacoma. The program is under e direction of Engel, who is di- viding the curreaat summer session between EWSC mad Oheney Kig.h School. High School stu- advantage of simulated driv- offered this summer through with the Allstate Insurance Co. THE REAL THING--Dougles Ludwig demonstrates use of foot PROGRAM DIRECTOR--EIdon Engel, instructor of driver and .... traffic education at Cheney High School end Eastern Wesh- Driving are, foreground to background, pedals and instrument panel' in simulator, which is as near es ington Stere College, is directing the simulated driving course Janet M. Miller, Pamela E. Reid, Renee L. the real thing to actual driving onditlons as a machine can be. during summer session et EWSC. The 60-foot trairer which houses the simulator is provided by Allstate Insurence Co., Philleo, Douglas E. Ludwig and Alex G. Re- Ludwig end other high school stule, ts are taking advantage in cooperation with State Department of Education. It is vel- iele, who ere partielly obscured in the rear. of driving lessons during present summer session ued at $50,000.