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THE WEEKLY NEWSPAPER SERVING SOUTHWEST SPOKANE COUNTY 69, Number 8 Crop Tours Set coop variety tours arranged by the County Agricultural service for three wi be made at the Landreth&apos;s plots o,n tEte road Monday, Au- 7 p.m. The Reinhold on Darknel road Latah at 7 p.m. Tues- 3. That same eve- 8 o'clock a tour will be f the Kenneth Parks' West Fairfield. County Wheal association will pro- Fine Now Manager Ilman Plant who completed a the Sewage and We- school at Neosho, May 1, ,is enloyed pM.nt manaffer o at Pul'hrmn. f&fth place in 91. His wife, the for- Kukuk, and their Dawn arid Debra living with her pay- 'and Mrs. Herb Kukuk 1. housing short- the Fines have a large furnished so the family can at Pulhnan. Biehl to Play Festival son of Mr. and will participate Chamber Music 0 the Montan,a State campus July 25-3'1. performers are se- outstanding musian- by invitation to Creech Rey- professor of 'a week of intemsive eaoh studen will l>y t small musical en- ooncorts schedul- alld '31. nine students fxvn and Wy- particiyate in the AND WELSH PONIES-Mike Max- son on "Spot Light" and his sister, Debbie holding the bridles of both Spotlight and her co)t, Star. Bandmaster William Maxson rais- es these Welsh ponies as a hobby at their Mrs. Franz Sustains Fractures in Fall Mrs. Louie Franz suffered severe injuries in a fall at her home July 19. She was water- ing her front yard when she slipped and fell striking the meter box with her arm .and shoulder, fracturing the arm above the ebow and disloea- tin,g he shoulder She was hos- pitaled, until Friday en moved to Westwood Terrace where she will be cred for until the rac-ture metds. GOOD RESULTS FROM CLASSIFIED Lst wmpk Karyn Warwick of Harrihgt'on phoned in a classi- fied ad for a lost keepsake pearl setting ring. It was found by Lois Webber of Route 3 and turned in to the Free Press office Monday and in the own- er's custody Tuesday. IN ROME WITH TONI... EAN COAST !$ ENJOYED a lovely weekend in Sunday ter- Como vchh is at f the Italian &lps. a preview of the steep banks of built solidly with and restaurants, in bloom every- ate a leisurely lunch terrace overlok- friends m Min apartment with ad bAcny sur- furniture and pictdess an- been in the One especially in- looked like one of but they ,had no the author was. of Milan !Milan is one beautiful so deli- A popular evening is the t front of it where the in groups talking lmge en,closed gel-' the street is lied shops and side- Where people are eonnuously or hav- Itiful Paintings we also saw the which was pint- wall of a small the other end also painting of In 1943 the destroyed by tmmb- way arm saw uge ond buiings of ships from every harbor. Coast beaff the Meditemn- utifl siffht with and/towers Oander 1 everywhere bloom with a rain- In, Pim we stop- the o church and 'rrounding it. Tere i was a lovely white mavbte !tower, ,but it was leaning si precariously that it .is a won- der to me that it doesn't fall! over. Then near Livorno we stay- ed overnight in a delightful Pension on the beach. The full moon was slOning on the Medi- teranean and in the moonlight we discovered a castle perch- ed on the cliff above us. Drive to Rome The drive to Rme ws easy across country that reminded me very much of the Palouse. Hvest was in full swing and the crops k)oked good. We passed by Tarquinia which is one of the oldest cities in the world. It i.ooked like a rabbit warren of old bui.ldigs up o the ,hillside. Somevchere alg the way we ,also passed the tovn ,of Carrara and the nmun- talon where the beautiful white nmrble is found. Police and Taxies Italian City Polioe in im- nmeutate white uniforms di- rect'rag traffic like a conductor of the symphony. Taxies all a- like in Rome, new Flutes, in, Paris ,a conglomeration, in In- dan I big, old, black Ausns. People are Friendly The Italian people are so very .friendly, toot the ttorns o[ their ,autos madly, and describe with the groaet of emotions )esterday's dinner. Everg cl<ses from 12:15 )ui'l 3 p.m., then the stores remain open until 8 or 9 p.m. Cheney, Washington. Friday, July 30, 1965 Single Copy 10 Cent " Passes Access Maintenance Ordinance for the two walls any. movie.s running cur- sl marvel at renl ve her v' " " :' ' o" y e ryw e we e been t preservauon t ' are the one.s we are watchirg the Freeway to (n the late show at h<>me. '' t } Service Stations s a huge, dr y a " New s rviee station, s like met housands of ours .are just begining to ap- pear. Shell, Phillips, and Esso the most commonly seen. U.S. Army Base A huge. U.S. Army .base be- tween Pisa and IAvorno with a great amount of equipment. I have felt no hostility to the Americans anyplace nor seen eviden of any. Note to City Fathers Most of the City Police ride bicycles and the street dean- ers use brooms made of bunch- es of tong twigs tied together. home on Murphy Road. Mrs. Mxson can usually be found leading the horses and giv- ing pony rides to attracted neighborhood children. Last Commencement Ceremonies!Aug. 5 To Be Held on Woodward Field; 12 Cheney Area Students to Graduate Twelve Cheney students will receive degrees at the last eommencemen exercises to be held on Woodward Field, the site of the Kennedy Memorial library. Dr. Faweett o4 Battelle- Northwest will be the speaker. Twelve Cheney area sum- mer qu, arter students are can- ucation, degrees are Donald B. didates for degrees from East- Delzer, Cheney; Vdliam T. Tournament Games Scheduled Here Both AAA baseball teams[ Y evening s council meeting are still in the tournament and An appropriation of $260.000 will play again today (Friday). [has been made by the State to All teams are ,- ot as of July 28. I build the access road to EWSC lsults of tournament games I but the route, h,:has not yet been,- are as follows: l determined. Wednesday, July 21, AA St. Pat's )ver C heey rm. 3 6-3. A---Chancy so. 3' over Che- ney no. 2, 10-4. Harris  and Hatch. (Cheney no. 3), Miller arid Im (Chancy no. 2) Friday, July 23, A--arden Springs Pirates over CVheney n'o. 1 at Medical Lake, 9-4, Hel- siRg and Wills. AAA--Country Homes owr Chancy no. 1, at Earwell, 64. Huber and Shep- erd. Linwod over Cheney no. 2 at Lake, 7-2. Wht- fieId and Ableman. Saturday, July 24, AA---Lin- wood over (:heney n,o. 2, 14-4. larion and Rogers. Tuesday, July 27, ADeer Park over Cheney fro. 3, there 13-2, Harris and Itatch. AA Cheney no. 1 over Whitworth at Geiger, 4-2, Jordan and Streeter. AAA--Cheney n6 01. over Medical at Mead, Stfffler and Sheperd. Cheney no.2 over Chatteroy at Farwell, 3-2. Just arid Ableman. Wednesday nights ame in the winners ,bracket AA Che- hey won 4-I from IAnwood Evergreen. Jordan and Street- er ,at battery. In the losers bracket Cheney 2 won over Cheney 3, 9-4 with Marion and t Stone battery for n.2 and Bert- )l err and West for .no. 3. City Council votes to maintain a portion of the state high- way to be built as an access to Eastern Washington State Cof. lege. An enab)ing ordinance provkimg  the maintonanee of thet portion of Stat e Hi."ghvcay to be canstxvted from tim vidnity the Oolege fieldhouse to Highway No. 11 was ,passed at Tee Mayor Nolan Brown exphin- !ed that the City canrot speci- fy a route, it has to go wth the Curty and Sta, however, a reeon-anendatin has been made to the Slmte Highway commaisSio that a proposed xute be e'oidered. Access Route The route wuad fro straigM out Wshigton street bgin- nig back of the cot[ego field- house and connecting verb ttm Betz road then run east (m Betz totzenhiser Is One Of Three Judges In Talenl Search Dr. George Lotzen*hiser vitl be ;one of three jues for the KREM, American Broadcasting company's TMent Seaxch. Judges for the auditions to be held in the KREM-TV stu- dios Augttst 7 represent three areas of talent necessary f(>r competition in t h e Talent Search. road and join highway 11 at the Northern lacffic ra crossing. Recommendation This recommendation ws the outgrmv of a m off representatives fro the Cty, the Coltege, Setmo District i. :360 and the C of O0an- melee. Mainfenance In a letter to City Clerk  Foss, Secxetavy of State A. Lud- I# Kramer sated that n ac- tion would be. ,taken by State Highway cotmison ar ,buikiizg this lrOposed .avcess mad to EWSC until yof Cheney sim ad(t m manee concerning mainten, ma of that part f the biS- cay wthi,a its boundaries aml trnti the County ads an 0- diance proving maizlee of that portien outside the City of Cheney tpon oomINetion off the 'highway by the state. The (xrdinance was passed and a copy forwarded to the State Highvay commission i hopes that the route wilt be smweyed by the state and set as conmended. Other Business At on the docket was a dis- cssian of extending tim dog o  the preset 6 m,ortths eaforcement to 12 ern Washirgton State Collge to be awarded at commence- ment exercises Thursday (Aug 5) evening at the. tllee. Last RiMs on Field The nies, on Wood- ward Field an the EWSC cam- pus will be the ,last held there. Tim field wit[ be the site of the phnned John F. Kennedy Momorial library, on which EWSC trustees are expected to earl for bids later this month. Dr. Fawcett Speaker Dr. S. L. Fawcett, direct of the Battelle Memorial- Isti tute'.s Pacific Northwest Labor- atories divisionBatelle North- west, will be the commence- meat speaker. His topic will be "The Marked Man." Candidates Candidates for master of ed- Fire District No. 3 On the Go This Week Fire Chief Art Barn of Dis- trict No. 3 reported a series of fires the past week. A grass fire July 19 caused by an improper burning bar- rel was answered by three trucks. The dmage was Slight. About $200 damage, due to a aulty fire plume, was done to the Ed White home at Para- dise Prairie July 22. The two truvks restmnded to the call Two trucks were called ot that ,same day when Don Swan- son's truck eau,ght on fire be- tween Cheney and Four Lakes. About 25 bales of hay were damaged. A barrel fire at Silver take waS extinguished .by one truck July 25. Alo or Sunday an aM land- mark, the old Mills house, one mile west ,of Spangle was com- iletely demolished by fire. The lace had been cant several --,,,years. Pour trucks were called to control this one. Morrd`ay a series of hree lightning fires were held to abot one-tenth of an acre each by three trucks. Fire trucks were called Tues- day to the Walter Luiten pce on the Irdand Emp&e highway where a fire started by light- nng burned about four acres. News from A. Rajala Alex Ramada, recipient o the I.O.O.F. and Rebekah award of a trip to the United Nions, wrote to Edna Cheerer that he had arrived in New Yrk ami had a pMasa,nt trip through the United States and Canada. He was at the Umted Na- tiros building the same day that Secretary Dean Rusk and Mrs. Jaclueline Kennedy were but did not get to .see them., i Alex is expected ,home em,ly in August. DentoR ,arid Robert: J. itas, both of Spangle One Cheney studen Cra-  lm UA Edoae and a bachelor of ] l&ay od thne and ekmnn, i a, lgree. [of Eamern wilt view ih mx- Other c'mdidats for bach- led e t last commence- elor of ,arts in educati de-Iment exmxises to be held on grees are Frank D. Cx, Che-[W<laxd lWd next Thurs- nay; Joanne L. Morgan, Pla, [day, Attgtt 5 The field was and Keren J. Chase, Marshall. [dedicated to  ,hie Arur July a Patrick, Medical Ike, I Woodward, wlm was r many is a candicate.for a hachek of [ ye_rs departnmnt head off arts degree vtth horrors. Other [,physial education a Uheney aacrmzor at arts oegree canm-INormM and aste Washing- dates ,are Marie H. Forrest, boa Coege of Education .... Pdchrd E. Miller and Carol A. Winters, all of Cheney, and Russell M. McNeley, Medical Lake. Dr Fawcett Dr. Faweett joined Btttetle's Columbus, O,hio laboratories in 1950 as  research physicist, : rising rapidly through the or- ganization. Prior to being named director of Battelle- Northwest, he was mangex of , the ,metallurgy and lhysics de- partment at Columbus where he directed the activities of a staff of more than 650 working tin .app 'tied and theoretical phys- ics, reactor technlugy and ma- teria information collection and evauation. A graduate of Ohio State Uaiwrsity 'and Case Institute of Thnology, *he recedved a Ph.D. i physics, from Oase in ]950. Dr. Fawcett is affiliated with numerous scientific and professional orga,nizations, ,amorg them, Sigma Xi and Tau Beta Pi. He is the autahor or coautheor of several dozen reports and papers i,n, physics, enring, nelear and mum agemert fieMs. Battelle, Scientific Institute Battelle is the world's larg- et ot-fov-proffit scientiie in- stitute, spreading over the U.S. and Western Europe. In Janu- ary, Batelle took over manage- met of the Amie Energy Oommission's vast research hb)raories at RanSord. The laboratory is staffed by more than 2000 scientists, en- neers arid supping person- nel condu, cting research pro- grnhs in practically all fields f science and techn, otogy. In addition to broad studies on the peaceful uses of atomic energy for the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, the lab- oratory is endueting research fr other government agencies a,rd for U.S. industry. NEW SUBSCRIBERS New Free Press subscri- bers this week are Mrs. William Goedwln of Rt. 1, Cheney, Dale Stradling 5918 SW Seville, Oswego, Oregon and Richard Se- bastion, 327 Milria, Berke. Icy, Cal. vd_sitig with Frn.kie M,avtin Tue;sdy learned that Frank Jr.  compdeted '.his navy duty and is 'workir on a farm in New York this mummer and that Dana Iartin broke his collar boe early in June, when a mtorcycle ,he was ding skidded in loose gravel near Clear lake .... Wg woler- ing if the big storm had any- thiug to do with the expectant arrival of a house guest . . . Two pretty little secretaries ha attorney Paul Rihter's office hadn't ,heazd of cream souring during ,a lighdming storm one grew u,p on farm too ..... Gerry Lambert doesn't think she would make a very good ambulance driver ..... Don't orget to support your flot of '66, the attractive ruffly ptn containers aa, e in vavis bu*s nness Imuses ..... Mmday's cloudburst leR silt deposits on a mmber of stee but Che- wamt't .hit quite as hard as Spokane, especiMly south side residents whose basemn wre flooded. Lloyd Ham Joins Tri-State Realty L}oyd Ham !kas joined the Tri-State ReaRy of Spokane, working from the Chney bran.oh office. Ham, who began handling real estate here July 19, is l well known, having lived here! during the .late forties. He was formerly a partner with the Sprague Equipment company. LOST AND FOUND Numerous small items, such as keys, glasses, half pairs of gloves ,etc., are turned into the lost and found department of the Cheney Free Press or the Cheney Branch of Settlb First National Bank. Even a baby shoe was brought in, this however, was claimed shortly after it was placed in the lost and found dmsp|ay window. WEATHER Max Min Pre. July 22 .: ...... {}9 57 July 23 ........ 77 Ju 24 ........ 81 68 Ju" 25 ........ 84 71 J  26 ........ 82 69 Juy 27 ........ 81 72 JuIy 28 ........ 89 74 Lotxen,hiser, Director of Crs-I months Tweny4our citizens alive Arts and c of the [ rot_'na  extermi(m ,ere Music department at Eesterr] on"-"a-'d " "" " WhOA gtan Slate o011ege wl[ No avtkm ws tken ,but judge on the bas of )oI ' bi.4 taroy mmrn, well sawn po- fined  ch,r.,  l.,e , kane dramatist, will judge dra- zoP, esmxI--h"Is- nmtic ability  Clmck Cram- tbv can be .ie-k-e u'o l"the ell BM ..... "" " -" w , KR production maria- dos catcher v te ger, will judge the television arts ability of each caralidate. The winner of the August 7 uditions will be flown, all ex- penses-paid, 'by KREM to Sa Frandseo, for regional audi- tions August 13. Last Performance Of "Big Doorsteps" Slated for Tonight Last perforce of "The Great Big Doorsteps," three- act comedy, will be hem at Eastern Won State CoL lege tonight, (Friday). The phy was produced and directed by A. L. Lale, EWSC graduate :student as part of the requirements for a master's degree. Admiion is free. Curtain time is 8:15 p.m. Cheney Students On WSU Honor Roll Four Chancy Sttldens mad one Spangle student have bee framed to the spring semester h,onor roll at Was .hagtma State Univerty. They ave Gary W. Gesehke, Judith M. vafious, A_rthm" It. Jack and Mary K. . of Chene and Dennis R. Hatt. To be elible fr the hn- or roll, a student must earn more thma 50 grade poLnts o the ba f four points for an A down to one point  aD. Jtflith Graious also placed on the .Pxesidet's list which requires at least 64 grade points from A and B grades oy. Chinese Orphan Adopted By Soldiers, Visits Here A inese ov2Mmn #eked up by E. H. Wagoner and two army buddies on duty in Ckina du,ng World War II vited the Wgonor $amiiy last week. The eight-year-old refugee 1 whose parentse had been killed! ,in a boanbing raid was destitute whe found by the GI's near i Lutiang, China. immediately the troop adi>t- ed Tabu Chin and renamed ham Steven Chin, which ame he still uses. During the troops stay in U, POn portage it loked as ff Seven woud have to go back to china. Immediately 'hog. were started to keep Vim In the states; even a bill was ire troduced in the CaIforn, ia sen- ate in the boy's be*Imlf. As org as negotiations and investiga- tions were going on ,he ctmhi not :be deported and when it Chirta they were able to keep was definitely estbtished that the )ad witlmut too much diffi- his paronts were killed in the culty, but when R was time to bomMa raid Steven ms re- return to the states it lkedl lease d t'o a C2ainese c0le in ,as if Steven would 'have to stay I Cl'm where ,he competed bhind. [school and etered the minis- However, through maneuver-J try. ing with a frierd of Wagoner's [ A1, he has married a Cb2- that was on guard duty the|nasa girl ,.and the couple has boy was slipped on board dur- I two children. The family ae. ing change of guards. All wem, t well un,tl Steven They were going to Honutu became seasick, in fact so that 'lis three benefactors be- came frightened and con- enintly placed the child where he wold be found by the Cap- tain, The Captain then had the sick boy  in the sp's sick bay where be received the required care and mediation. The three Army beneffacto 1were there J be ,nO problem about Stevens _ I beg ,aberd until they reach-  [ed port then it would be a mat, ] ter for the immigration depart. ! meat. comtanied Chin to @aeney. where .he plans to study Man darin (Chinese dialect) to pre- pare himself for missionary work in Formo. Wagoner said it was m<t gratifyirtg to see this young- man whose chances to gt ta the States and to get an edu- cation were almt impossible 20 yem's g, A_Pd, to see ratitude for the wolerf f.e provided for him Umq the sheer kindness of strang- ers. This conribuCed toW.s vchere  could do the same for hers,