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THE City of ted to , Number 11 ____ Lid imprOVtl -- . the rightl _ __ n case a : d .... p 'tlu   ____ 1 ! ion, saeczdan'*rm'lll'"o" uurlails ed to. anal:" mtractor the ,v -- ---- ,d A',l 11'11' .... 00rts|n .arvest extent o ;hall so is receiV e" "made ss other . and t)a" race of " " " | '  i ' ' .. , Growers, said It arrest s resumed. to"'t%e" .aes indicate 50 to ...... herein   "-E ....... : 1, 2-.. I Marc /0 figure t by O P [ a't:'it .yle@, L'Olll . ,. , .  Plt r-eved Br-ar I Lmten bald Tuesdays ram !lnder a ' t r ' ? . I=:'V [ 11 m ny  r :are awiragi, n 40 |woum reqmre "at teJas two ld if, fo :  . o , o,fir h,:s, he estzmaLd. or three flays of goad sun- . or  qdne bfove hret co,uld be t the C ' i resumea. amble m "" "  F,,@qr-d I The harvest pattern is: hard for the vui ==, I .d fun: i to figure this year, he sand. e:eetuara"" t kS foa;tured, in, this l Ir, some places sprmg" wheat ' hee Press. Pieures hs matured be,ore winter tbines ha action at the wltaa, t. Some farmers ,have illan ,and FIoy. d,a Simp-[been able to sart harvesting, WEEKLY NEWSPAPER SERVING SOUTHWEST SPOKANE COUNTY Chene._ y, Was_.__.ngton, rriday__.., August 21 L, 196_4 l0000S0d00%: d Pair Endorse Sch00! Elettl0 n Announced -- Super, ntendent, Cha,rma n Cheney wi. y. It play a ringame football p ] mp ' gl  it IIB_L f_C--__l Ill"|llUl| IIlNlllUl|l rrosr00m chedule this fall, opening Ur A! fllgfl 3(flO01 ............ Sept. 12 at Medical Lak., _ _. _ _ _ " - --- By WtLatm d. Kloa Principal George Fsher an. Aa..emA l"l==L.. [a| hl A||M ] Sunt Chene,, -k,,,,I- n,ouncefl today. ,. , P'kE|V; lMIly JUI lUl /4U LU " "' " ...... workouts vih sa.rt next ..... Z .. -- Freshman oriention da at . The past.:ive w'eeks^tat I. rove spent as the, ew mp Wed?sflay at.. t0 .m. for CoL C.qarms E. ard, Rt. Chene Hgh Sch' has 'en tenent at me Cheney cnooi  istrict have been tl ) mast eh aoout o can, maes vcbo re  Y , ' ' , Cheney, and Maj:Raymond set or A.ugust 28, Prini al lenging, but the most rewardz g of my life I h'a had an ( epe,cted to draw uniforms. .  : , . ' P' , ." l am"  . M. Giles, la N. 5th S;, Oheney, Q'eerge :sher anounced to- lrtumty , meet .pople dow} _t .orn .and m  t] e neghl) Physca e. matrons were . . of ", " a ". ' , ,.'i-e- ,esaav .,h, ,,  completed two  active any, hoods  ,cmrc na I n a tlaem all o De :,eoa pe loh' schoo,1 byv Dry. Elwvnw,_ ...... R duty trammg. Sunny wth Sclmol. busses will 'StP at 8 with ,a strmere mteres, m solv, the district s echo d prole IIass and Dr J B M. Spokane s. Air ForCe rose,fie assigned lo@ers, regster, re- The Board of Drect.' of  Tho en,,, c-*ct" Jim h. recovery group a Spoka, ne in- view class seneames, tour class the district ,has developed a hgh chyyl will reduce, t 'w._,_ _'L_at:n" on h. ,n,'.__a .d __n"ma"t" tlh'__: ...... terrmtional Ai, rpoa .: rooms and be instructed in program, wtKeh it ,s 9rese,nt- loan, on ue .etch,, , m,l'y l, t=,, ,r t h r.v, ,im Col. Packard, commander payment of fees. mg fr the people s a.pgvoval na. oer tre u tt aria . . , " and Ma'or Giles. ar "ons Entering ires lmaen will .'be on September 15 This ro. gr ues a orauer program. Hatch ts still working m Coeur ' J . oge ,ti . . . . P n, ...... n  ..... .. ...... and trainin offic attend a.m. at Garden Springs, Surset, gram, designed m three in,e- ta bnv trg periods  weekend Wrndsor, ] our Lakes and Am-pendent steps,  wrk to- each moaath m :!dtmn to ber soh, ools te pmk up fresh- ward provdmg, m the fall of Single Copy I0 Cents ;impson, henry,  preparS, he,s, along w'Jth a sum- whie their n,eigl,b,cvs ,mul reports, prior to watch and wait for their gram aain, by E hner Lm- to mature. of Uheney Gram Iarley, as expected, haa bean averaging from a ton o l/z tors an acre. Luiten said he will have a better idea of yields c,r 16 frmers in ext week if the weather eles Chermy area up d eveajne gets tmder- la week. y way again.  COME--Four John Deere combines work in uni- the crop, and it doesn't take long using this moth- are Art Miller, Roy Miller, Ted McMillan and Don made mreof TOGETHERThree combines work together to har- m's spring barley. Operators are Art Miller, Roy McMillen. John Deere combines are used. the Roy Miller and Ted McMill'an the grain goes down fast. They are shown picture lined up to harvest McMillan's spring miles west of Cheney. GRANDDAUGHTER KILLED Mr. and Mrs. Tom Matney returned from Los Angeles M od.ay. They were e alSed there by t he death of their ganddaughter, Reberta Sue Matney, 20, who vca.s killed in a .head-on auto ,accident last w eek. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. lmer Matney, ahe was the driver of the car in wlich her two brothers were riding 'when another car ran into them. The past five weeks that I have spent as the rew superin- tendent of the Cheney School Distwict have been the mst chal- lenging, but the most rewarding of my life. I have had an op- perturRty to meet people down town .and in all the neighbor hoods of  "'district nd I ind them all to be good people with ,a sirmere interest in solving the district's school problems. Assistants On Hand men. After ,arriving at the the two week active duty tour school they will be assisted each year. The Spokane grut!p serves by he .Faculty, student body .as headqtrarters f! recoe,ry officers ard senior court,el'ors. Introductions Planned suad, rons in Maaa, Oregon, and Washington. of he They will aeablFe in the six squadrons ope!s a civil-! audirium where they will be introduced to student body tan field os a war:eaergency field for rrilltary .at. The efficers and har explarrations group trahas the .sts at of school policies nd regula- the vrious sites re,arm, tiors. Each stal.dt w .be re-fuel, .and repair! aircraft given a copy of ,his schedule that woutd be u nableo return l arrd home room assignment. to tleir home  in the Freshmen that have not reg- event ef an enemy;,ack. Col. istered will be ,assigned to a Packard and Maj, Giles play couneeor. From there tley wil pass a key role in the oievatima of it o their home rooms f, or ad- the greup heat:q.r: [ditionM insuctons and a [qestion and anger period. Assistants on hand Tuesday night were Fred Rosenzweig and Jack Kpp. Another as- Astan% Mike SroAth, was not present, tie is a recent grad- uate of Pacific Lutheran Uni- versity. The 64 foothall prospects, which i, neludes frehanen, took' their physicals, pi,d " msrance fees and secured slees and other equipment. Nurses from' the ,county heath dpartmet were ,also o bared. The schedule: Sept. 12At Medical Lake. Sept. 18Dayton, here. Sept. 25--East Va,lley, here. 1967, a new high sc0l and needed playgroaml facilities at the's five elementary schoods. Each of the three steps is independot ,and the people can now decide lmw ar they wat to go in providing the facilities they think .their school district shoukl have. Decision Import Procedures are being devel- oped which WIB povde op- portuni, ty o all people in the district to be irrformed ef hap- (These opening state- ments by Cheney's Super- intendent of Schools, Wil- From Trmk SpokaneBoy A Spokane youth was in- ured when 'he fell frrm a truck Monday oJfternoon as he truck rounded the col ner from Interstate 90 onto IIayford Road. Injured was Jerry L. Mc- Cory, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald K. MeCoury, vho ,live  the Newkirk Road south of Spokane. He fell out of the floor of the truck, wch was being driven by his brusher, J,ohn, 15. Valley Chami0ns [ liem J. Riggs, and Board The freshmen WirH tleTl go. Director Carmen Stewart through fl]eir cl)ass:reom shed- are the first of a series Deleal (heney 5 1 o,e before taking a hreak for which will be published - ! inn.oh at noon. ,Buss Will lea,e each week prior to the z . , Chney a t_li25 p.m. to return, s p c i a I school' election F t,am., lmem m mmr plez tip P00nts'/ll00k-- J,.:..ll., September 15) or m P : Fidelity " # : "" " "" " " " d Fair Opens ,, theywant the school dis- Thsday ,at the Fairgrounds ito capture the county AAA l baseball grand championshlip. Phil Con'ragh, the pitcher, all, oed Fidefity n,ly four singles but was hurt by five 1heuey .throwing errors. Each team collected our hits, aH of them singles. George Ro- :senzweig led Cheneys attack with two hits. Bob Crabb aaad Kirk Mosman had the other hits for Cheney. The toss put Coach Jack Crabb's county hose,bE1 champ- ions' season record .at 11-2. unteer Wheat Program For 1965 Much The Same, th Some Modification Details of the 1965 Volun- tary Wneat Program were an. ouneed August 3; 1964, by Department of Aricul. ture.  the p in .general will be about the sa'me as that fo the 1964 crop-year. Althongh some pro- gram provons are modified, part2eipating farmers can get about the same returns s from the 1964 program. The principel Changes, ecru. pared with 1964 program pro- visions, are: 1. Domestic certificates wili be worth 75 con, is per bushel (were 70 cents), and export certificates 30 cents per bu- shel (were 25 cents). 2. Price support national av- erage loan w1 be $1.25 per bushel (w $1.30) 3. Program participants ca qualify for domestic certffi-, cotes on 45 per cent and export certificates on 35 per cent of the normal production from their allotment (were 45 per cent each). 4. Wheat ,and feed grain (incmding oats and rye) acre- age substitu, tion will be possi- ble (n.oe in 1964). 5. If diversion in addition to the required minimum s at least 10 per cent of the farm's 1965 allotment, payment on additional diversion will be ,on 50 per cent of the farm's n o r m a 1 production times the courty loan rae on all ,of such added acres divert- ed te cormerving .use. No pay. ment will be made for aplrly- ing conservirg,use to the min- imum qua,14fying acreage equal to 11.11 per cent of the 1965 allotment. (Payment in 1964 was at 20 per cent for all acres diverted to conserving use). 6. A producer can get pro- gram loan and certificate al, 1,ocation benefits ff he exceeds bis acreage a.lotment by not more than 50 per cent on any farm ha which he has an in- terest and stores under benxi the wheat from the excess reage, meanvle carrying out conserving use require- meats of the program (nt pr I vJded in 1964). Signup lor the 1965 Vohm- tory Wheat Program is plarmed August 24 through October 2 in ASCS fiees. The second will take phce early next year at he same time as that for the 1965 Feed rain Pgram. The 1965 Feed Grain Pregran will operate under the same legiative authority 'as in 1964 and therefore will be simihr to the 1964 . The 1965 diverskm requirements, rpy. men rates, and loan 'levels will be deterngned and announced later. The 1965 program for wheat wil,1 be ent2rey volurtary. As in 1964, there will be no mar- keting qu, ota or porosities fur the 1965 crop. Further, those overpl'anting their acreage al- lotment in 1965 will not ose wheat acreage ,history for fu- ture years. Program provisiors offer a wide range of choice includ- ing sbstitution between wheat and feed grain acreage. A producer may .become a program participant by sign ing up and meeting the ap- plicable program provi'ons. A particiIant can became el- ig, ible for price stpport loans, dversion payments, and certi- ficates with fixed cash vaue. The 1965 ration wheat acreage allotment of 49Vz mil- llOn acres (the ,same as for 964) was ennounced June 19, 1964. The state acreage allot- ments were made the same time, and these in turn ave be- ing allocated to individual Youth of the Inland Empire will be spotlighted ts week- end in Deer Pack s the second annual Inland Emlre Youth Fair pens Thursday morning. All Cheneyrea yonh are in- vited to enter Eae Fair. Thursday was devoted to judging o exhibits and booths, fitting and sho,ng of homes arid demonstration contests. That afternoon;, specialized junior projects and animals were judged. Followin,g special events and cortests Friday, an awards program will be held at 8 o'- clock in the evening in the min Pair building. The River- side Promenaders will hig'h- light the program, and cups for special recognition wilt be given. Satur'ay wi.ll see dry judg- ing, by both teams ad invid- I trois, a N g parade at 1 o'clock Saturday which will pass down lain street and pass before the grandstand in the a. Other special everts axe ph,r,- ned ir the ,afternoon show which will be free of ehage other than a gate ticket into the mrgroumis. Rides, earmvl rtd food stands  be in o13. emtion all hree days. A dance Sattmy ight will end the thzee-day celebration. Coud Results trict o follow. It s important that ,as future deciarm ave made, solid bases fr making the correct de,ci,sion ae devel- oped. WILLIAM RIGC What's past in e Cheney School District i  .islxa-y, but as I read the itory mad compare R wit the present .attitudes of .he peoe, I see a grat difference, a more pus. ilive pproaeh, a "wil,gess to eamine the issues:, and to make, as individualS, the de- cision on September 15 Whida eaoh person ts best. Our school district can ask rm more aad our children deserve no less. Votes Asked SUPPORT NEEDED By CARMEN STEWART School Board Chairman I am happy to ,take this op- portunity to ell ou many friends and patrons about the school building prpositons that we are putting he,re you on the Septerber 15, 1964, balt. First, 1 wuuM ke to say that this is a welllmught-out program that ,has come. about from the many valuable sug- gestens we have received from you. I feel that it is a program that could, in hree stele, pro- vzde ,edequ,ate, space for our students at ,a price mst of us i can afford. I strolgly recom- mend mad support this pro- gram and urge you to do tim s.ame. Recommends Program Step No. lFirst and fme - most, this step would buy a new high schl a'ml remodel reduce the load on tlte elementary level 8th and 9th I wouM like to make clear that these bree steps can be bought separately. Mt nt is CARMEN STEWART Step No.l, which vould give us the new ,high school build- ing for adequate ,housing for our upper grade chdrert. I songty urge you ito study the September 15 eleetma. Step No. 2 is a special levy for 13 mdl which would vide ,additional f u r n i t u r e, equipment, library books and would develop the s ch o o 1 grourds at Betz, Garden Sprias, Four Lakes, Windsor, Sunset and at the new hiffh school. Step No. 3 wu'd fins the school grounds development program. This is the lortg-rnge, three- step program; after study of our 'finan'ces, we are very strongly urging yo gn to vote for this program. Thank you. SchoolOpens I 00gust 31 In Dist. 360 Attedarce ureas for the Cheney public selml at Sam. set, Windsor, rdea Sprirtgs Four Lakes maJd Betz, as well as the Cheney High sclmol, will be the same   fall as they were during the hst school Fear, Bus routes wi o renal# the same. People living on Geiger Field are reminded that youngsters in grades kin- devgaen rou'gh grade 5 will attend school at Sunset, and those in grades 6 tkrough 8 wll attend Windsor, Superin- tendent Wilfiam d. Ris said today. The school l tmda poram will begin on Agst 31 in all schools of the district. Parents new to the district m' register their yotmsters in the shool which they well attend at any "..time tp to and including the first day of school, Monday, August 31. Cklren ,must be five years old on or before September 30 to ,enter kindeten; 6 years old on er  Septem- ber 3} to enter ,ade 1. Be- gLmaing students must preseaat a birh certificate at time of registration. Schroder In Hawaii With Patrol Squad dolm Schroder III, ,airma, n apprentice, USN, son of M. and Mrs. John Schix)dor Jr. of Cheney, is serving with anti-submarine warfare patrol plane squadron 22, hosed at the Naval air station, Barber's Point, Hawaii. In addition to enemy sub- marine detection, this squad-- ran performs airea rescue farms. Producers wi be noti- fied of tieir individual 'aJlot- meats within th_e near _futu.,. Cheney Justice aI Police Court results the past two weeks are s folSaw': Justice Curt---C .laxenee E. Stusman, 523 E.  St., fail- ure to keep right of cenr line, fined $16; Dr. Cn.a C. Cox, Cheney, speeding, i%rfet- ed $12 Curtis L. z, Spokane, de- fective equipment, forfeited $12; Thomas E. Fuhrrrmn, Med- ical Lake, speeding, orfeited $12; Bruce A. Kennedy, RiCh- land, improtmr pass, forfeite $29; Samuel P. Hammer, S,po- kane, speed,'g, fined $16; Ia- zet A. Staple, fdure ,to stop, forfeited $12. Police Court---JOhn H. Har- ris, Re. ], Olmney, speedup, fined $10; J. Larry Miller, St. 3ohn, speeding, forfeited $24. Fred A. Hepton, Spokane, speeding, forfeited $ 2 0; Charles J. Ergott, Spokane, failure to stop, forfeited $12; Gerald W. Vincent, Flint, Mich. speeding, irfeited $36; Nell W. Werick, Spokane r, wear. in,g in lane, no driver's icense no registration o vehicle firved $39; Orlon S. Snore, Spo- kane, speeding, ford $22 the 1929 Mffh stroll ito a Ml'mel B. hn, Spokane I junior high for the th and driving on wvogL 9th grades. Movirg the 8th id.e of road, fined $22, _ ad eh rsme__nta-4-X tt 10.i mlsons, ong range recon- missaxee  ,,* .,.J ... - ........ m I