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69, Number 12 THE WEEKLY NEWSPAPER SERVING SOUTHWEST SPOKANE COUNTY Cheney, Washington Friday, August 27, 1965 Single Copy 10 CenU Delays Harvest At Least 10 Days; Grade Will Ailed Farmers&apos; In(ome barveting activities that were nearing completion time last week have ce,ased atl operation for a week of rain and should the weather clear within or two, eattirg cannot be resumed tml the first are somewhat ap- over the situation. the 10-dy detay in but the lover test grade will affect income. Luiten, manager of Grain Growers said harvest was about 'cent complete and bar- 65 per cent Farm- not yt started cut- the rain will prob- the test weight and No. 1 to No. 2 mak- of 1 to 2 cents prce. elevator, which to capacity last gone down consider- consan shipments terminals. A con- oJnount of wheat is to the National Bis- tocal plant. the local elevator able to hand the grain when ,harvest Apppointed Psychologist Mrs. Ervine Ver- rented their hom-e lake and are moving where he will be psycho}ogist work- SPecial educatiom has been employed State Hospital the and attending State col- his BA ,and Mas- degrees. rbUSlel ........ 1.32 V2 bushel ........ 1.3'0 (new rop) $43.00 (new crop) .... $41.00 quotation, FOB 'n H00rd Ratdiffe assure Press staff that they newsletters for whenever time give the over 6,000 readers a personal luropean activities touch with their friends . . . the clerk at Chancy called Snoopy Sue, g&e :hs a good .nose . . Ervine Verson calls immediate- .the Fee Press came in answer to ad listing his ,hofne lake for rent . . . Protective associ- a waning to that trs hunters usirg flash- prosecuted. Dr. I Bernard, who their .home al. century, Said their many friends they lft for new residence 8anford. The Bar- their home ,to Otto Who has .rert- Crmldatl, new .librarian. W. A. Gamon John spendir a restrooms a Gh- The Go, may.s, en from a visit with at Wall, S. D., were on a tour of Gla- when a rain storm there was no im- oval, labia they their sleeping bags for nearby rest- resumed their in dry quarters telling a friend alpreciate the made .about his . Publish- a "slotcar" at Cheney's Play- . Better stop at the a,nd see Betty, .. Slim (Tail nd Harry Bar- world of- old Queer Duck city pedes- ,find it less boring for the "Wk" city would vary "walk". SuCh as word appear Trot, Skidoo, Beat- Vanmose, etc. f at in set sequence eta-b mgh.t even ,the  wd the nickers that concurred my aightly in- said The SCHOOL DIRECTOR ELECTION Filing period for school director is Sept. 3 through Sept. 17. Candidates mey file at the district office or at Courthouse. Last day for filing a resolution for a special election (levy, bonds, etc.) is also Sept. 17. The school director election will be held Tuesday, Nov. 2, and newly elected directors will take office as soon as elec- tion returns are certified by the county canvassing board. Operation To Save Lad's Nearly Cut-Off[ Foot h Su(mssful 1 A serie of operations to save a lad's foot that was near- ly severed is proving success, ful. Ted Fausett, 14-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. William Fau- sett, was ridirg a power 4riv. en rtary awn m, ow July 2 when his foot sfigped off the machine and the whirling blade ahn,ost severed his foot. He was given first aid then rushed to Spokane where the series of operations to relhce bone and gra skin were start- ed. Mr. Fausett told the Free Press this week so far everything seems to be suc- cessfut Although th cast could n,ot be removed, it was lfted enouffh to see that the, foot is fiBing out and the kin graft is ,healing. The cast is being removed in October ,and ,the it will be determivd w.lmt the next op- eration will involve. Ted is in a w't elr has to be extremely cmaeful not to bump or injure the healing foot. He is spending two weeks with his grandpar- enCs, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Payton, at Wallace. Local Car Dealers To Attend Showing Of Chrysler Products Seattle, Wash. -- C.er- Plymouth dealers of the Port- land Region will get their first lk at the new 1966 Imper- ial, Chrysler and Plymouth cars in a special preview ,here, Aug. 31. The new ears will be unveil- ed in, an origin Broadway- type musical rewe "1966 Swing Up" featuring a cast of 13 singers and dmcers. Attending from Cheney will be Ivan Kerr and Jack Lid- dell of heney Motor Com- pany. DR. AND MRS. BERNARD ARE HONORED AT PARTY A rprise party honoring Dr. and Mrs. W. R. Bernard was held at the .home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Proctor last Saturday afternoon. Thirty- six close friends of the couple joined in the no,host picnic supper on the hwn. Dr. and Mrs. Bernard, who are mov- ing to Richland, were a-e- sented with  gift for their new home. FORMER CHENEYITE INSTRUCTS---Two'" Institute in Radiation Biology. Dr. Frank Hun. Spokane area teachers study the growth of gate (far right), manager of Plant Physiology plants in a iimatizer at Pacific Northwest ad Agriculture Section and coordinator for Laboratory during their visit to Battelle- the visit, explains the operation of the lima- Northwest's Biology Department as part of tizer to: (left) Keneth D. Haffett, (center) the 1965 University of Washington's Summer Merlyn L. Anderberg, both of Spokane. Marion Hansel Laid To Rest A heart atSack suddenly took the life ,of Maron Ed- ward Hael, 56, at 1:30 Mon- day afterrmn, Aug. 23. I-hnsel was born Aug. 14, 1909 ,at Svrage where he at- tended school. He spent most of ,his life i.n, the Tyler area making his hevae with Crley Mauer the last few  year ago ,he suffered a heart attack and was ho in Tacoma until 1,ast spring. Suurvivors are one sisCer, Mrs. H. E. Davmn of Tacoma; one brother, Ft, oyd E. one niece, Nina Hnsel and one nephew, Bob Hansel, al of Chancy. Funeral services are being hem today (Friday) fresh the Jerue Funeral Hmne with the Rev. Everett Story officiating. Burial will be ,in Spolmne Memorial Gardens. Pall Beavers are CarIes Mauer, Don Mauer, William Rosenau, gussel Plotts, Dn a}d Davis and Francis Parson. MRS. HANSEL BREAKS BACK Mrs. Floyd Hansel, who broke a vertebrae when she 11 out of a moving ear, Jy 25, came home from the hos- pital la, st week but will be bed- fast for several more weeks. She is grateful to the many friends Wire visited ,her or sent flewers, gifts and cards. CANADIAN TRIP Mr. and Mrs. Dhner Ander- son returned from a  that took them through oil coum try and the pre-histortc dine- tour country in Canada. They visited relatives and went sight-seeing at Craigmyle, Drunhelle, Blzae. and Cal- gary. SOMETHING NEW! ! ! NEW SUBSCRIBERS New subscribers to the Free Press this week are Walt Zabel, 220 .incoln of Cheney; Orval Glenn of Route 1, Medical Lake end Mary Lou Williams of Che- lan. FAST FISHING FIASCO FOOLS FOUR FIS00I0000EN Four local men made a quick  trp Sunday. They reined a plane and landed .at a Forest Ranger sta- tion in M)ntana to fish the south fork of the Fhthead river The grtp .included Franc Lee, Bob Heyer, John Iuer and Toni Carpini. They re. ported not too many fish were caught but they experienced wonderful trip. Hiway Commission Awards Contract Contracts ttaling $3,375,000 were awarded by the Washing- ton State Highway Commis- sion. The new jobs ,are part of i schedule for more t ha I000 separate highway projects which will be undertaken throughout the state of Wash- ingx)n duing the present two year program. Iw Spokane County a con- act for the Spokane Freeway, Sgn Route 90 (PSH 2); razing Cedar Street to Grant Street, and demolishing buildings was awarded to Ne}son Con- xuction Company, Kenmore, $95,75O. GAYLE LEAVES, SHERRIE RETURNS Gyle DahL former, ly em- ployed at the Malt Shop, las accepted work as a:n attendant at  Sate hospital. Her tin sister, Gloria, ,has been employed at the lmspial July 1. Mrs. Jerry Breeden FFA BOYS MAKE PLANS FOR YEAR By David Betz Officers of the Cheney FFA chapter met at the h.mne of the president, Bill McMillan Fri- day, Aug. 20, to plan for the coming year. Judging corttest, recreation, money making pro- jevts, chapter sweetheart and make tp of he judging com- mittees came under diacus, Have You Seen Smith Jeweler's Window? Jewelers, who seem .to hve a knack for attractive 1 Smith window disphys 'lave a 'back to ,School' ,theme that is real eye* l catching. The feature, costume jew- elry worn, by the high school a,nd college coeds thi fall, ac- cents a marmiken attired in attractive school clothes fur- nished by the Cheney Depart- ment store. Completing the scene is a school desk and clair furnish- ed by Lowell Poore. business administrator for District 360, several text books, pena,ns feaCuring Gheney, Medical Lake and Reardan high sch)ols, and a cottple of ad- vertising signs on slate boards. Mrs. Peter J. Smith, who with son Jeff's help, is operat- ing the store this week, said She sold the pendant on the Fire District 3 Has Light Week Art Bean, Chief of Fire Dis- trier No. 3, re,ported the past week as havirg the. fewest nu,mber of fire calls all sum- mer long. On Wednesday, Aug. 18, at 11:45 p. m. three Cheney trucks and one fro Four Lakes answered a call at the home of Mrs. Harris in Four Iakes vchere a garage was on fire. The other call was a grass fr.e at Hallet and Knight roads. Two Cheney trucks a'nd model first t'hirg Momley I one frmn Marshall were dis- moPning. [ patched. Mr; Smith is attendinlg a [ .... week strainiag course in jew-[ Mr. and Mrs. Orvel Allen dry designing at San Francis-[ spent the weekend n Pend co. | Oreille lake in Idah:o. (Sherrie Fifield) has returned to the Malt Shop. The Breed. en moved back to Cheney August 7 during his leave from the navy before he is sent to Viet Nam. Fort Wright College Fall Semester Opens September 13 The fall semester at Fort Wright College Will officially open Monday, Sept. 13. first day of a two-day orientation for freghmen students, and registration of- upper class men, a college spokesman an nounced today. The traditional President's Reception for students and their parents will be held Sun- day afternoon, Sept. 12 from 2 to 4 o'c}ck in the FWC Com- mon. Sister Marian Raphael and F-C adnirators and faculty will greet i freshmen and their parents, and renew acqtmintance with returning students and mem- bers of their ihmilies. Raising Ground Elevation Of High School Is Costly Raising the floor elevaon of the new 'high sclmol building to correspond with the pro elevation of North Sixth street came under cons}derble discusstor at the school bard meet- NOTICE Anyone wishing to file for director position on the Li- berty School Board should file at the auditor's office at the court house between Sept. 3-17. Directors whose terms will lexpire this year are Fred Blauert, Donna Enz[er and Paul Sievers. Development New Addition Be Foreseen Bob Wilson said Wednelay that he expects to have the sewer lines, streets and water mains comlleted within tlm next 90 days in the new h school addition which wi,tl be started on 47 residential bufld- :ing sites:. The city council same time ago approved the Onal plat. The adtion is the ormer Severson place. Wi.lon said he p,lans to fill small lake on an adjoin- ing part of the property to in- sure sfety for cL-ildren. It will require 12,000 yards o,f each fill. Mr. Wilson .has plans to request the city council to re. zone the area as R-1 which is l sixictly single family dwell- ings to make the addition an attractive residential area. Bill Geschke of TriState Rea4ty, wlm is the selling agent, said that several build- i,rg sites have already been seld and that ,a start will be made on construction of new komes within 30 to 60 days. Fishing Reports Good At Badger Lake Rainbow fishing at Jones is best right m amL the big Other. FFA officers are: vice ones are biting herd. president, Rex Harke; sacra- The largest fish w  a 5 /- tary, eak Marh; treasurer ..... ,u, c .... '* " --  ,-,, ,-u-, ,,m, uuz-I  Jones r aev lak el " , ,7 o .   . Betz, md reporter David ,_. J Other fshermen netting big e',A,.. m, ,^ _ . a^ { ones khlde 10-yea-old Pbby ,mvy l"r2"X tt,lzi julgUlSrlh n n e Mr Shy1 lee d ;ry at the Spokane country[Don Smit , en,,, - urd++;...,.... ,..= +,,.  o.+- I Zeke Kilbam of Pullmmt, four ' +:',PZ . + .;+.- . +pounders, and ARia Morrison - L,,,-,,, w ,u .... "" also of Pullman, three pound on the Cmney team which also er + " ircluded Ken Dobbins, David " Betz, Darel Betz and Steve La- biSh. The 10 competing teams A. L. (Pat) Hansen finished in mis order: Ohel. IS New Owner O lo, first; Cheweh. Deer Park, Riverside, Cheney, Newport, The Pastime Tavern Kettle Falls, Mead, ColiHe A.L. (Pat) Hansen, Spo- and Cend Valley. kane, is the new owner of the Lei...._...._... _ PaStimeMain Street.Tavern on Oheney's To ACSM Committee He assumed possessiml on Aug. 15 from former owner, Dr. Jack R. Leighton, direct- Al Steen. or of the EWS division of Hansen' was a teacher for health, plsical education; seveil yeas in North Dko recreation and .aCMeties, has nd Mo, an accountant been framed to a liaison cam- for Dianumd Match Compan,y, mittee of the American Col- ,rod recently was assistant lege of Sports Medicine. manager of the lmse' ludge Dr. l.ighn will .be the in Spokane He inten to representation of the ACSM m,ake his hme in Chancy. to the American Ass% for Ply- sical and Mental Phabia- RETURN PROM tion. A member of both organ- NOVA SCOTIA izaions, 'he is also editor .Qf Mr. and Ml Ray Do,kin re- the 'A/SA:XM Journal, a bi- montMy Imbiication. - turned from a recent trip to H talifax, Nova Scotia where MADDUXE LEAVE they visited Mr. Dkin's faro- FOR LAS VEGAS i}y. They also visited Mrs. Da- ..... kin's family at Atl,na, C. Mr. +and Mrs. Jesse Meddux .left Wednesday for their +home WEATHER Max Min Pre. in I.as Vegas, Nev. Mrs. Mad: August 19 ........ 79 58 .66 dux atteded c.]asses t Bast- August 20 ........ 75 55 .00 ern Washington State liege. August 21 ........ 80 63 .24  August 22 ........ 69 60 .74 BIRTHDAY CELEBRATED AuguSt 23 ........ 71 68 .01 Mrs. Johrt Ham was honored August 24 ........ 74 67 .00 on her birthday Wednesday August 25 ........ 63 56 .20 with a dinner party at the Beehive restaurant by mere- "We ,have ix) move right to bets of her fLamily, Mr. Ham, consmne Imppiness without Sue and Kay Ham and Mrs. producing it than to cotmume Wilma Plotts. 'wealth without producing it." Subst00uting Blossoms for Old Shoes And Tin Cans is Pleasing Canadian Custom An umque and pleasing cus- The blossoms were attached twm that beats tying old sheds with datable tape <m Mi C hrome and tin ca to newlyweds' surfaces (around the windows, wind,leld, headlights, even ear is that of Alberta. Canada, .hLt) and a row of the where the young couple's car blossoms encircled the body of is decorated with fresh posies, the ear. 1Soly a charming young 2hte young eoup, .haney- couple, Mr. and Mrs. James nmonirg in Wn and Surina of Medicine Hat, AI- Oregon, will make ther home bera, parked in frort of the at 838 B Third Street S. E., Free Press and attracted con. Medicine Iat. Surina is  sixth siderable attention to their grade teacher at Seven Per- Chevrole ImPah Whlch was sons 1cated about 14 miles comilety decorated with out of Medicine Hat and his fh pink ]ollyhck blossoms, bride is a beautian. ing Aug. 17. At the hst City council meeting Supt. Wilm Riggs 'had requested the cl to give conderation to lowed rg the ,proposed street eigh of N. Sixth fronting the new ffh school from 2425.5 to 2425.1 to save the district approximate- ly $6000 in filling cost. Although tl reque was granted architect Victor Wutff elained it was extremely necesry that the floor ele- vation of the school ,be at lea 2425.5 with slope away fram the buildings to effect storm drnage to the-two ex- treme ends of the property. In the architect's ,and en- gineer's jnt at least 1% feet o the additional fill is attributable to the City raising the street elevation to effect storm drainage ,30 feet 1inCh ways rom the center of the property instead of to the +mth as origivly contemplat. ed. On this basis, according to Mr. Hace, einecr, the school will 'have 7,980 cubic yards of a4ditional compacted fill at $2.75 per cubic yard or $21,945. The board felt spec in1 consideration should be asked of the State for this ad- diti,onl fill as the District would also have a consider- able amount of fill beyord the 30 feet from the buildings (site work matched by the state). In-Service Education The In-Service Education fund alo came under consid- erable discussion. The school dirict is aed to contribute $1.00 per certified eme to the Washington in-Service Edttion Fund. Supt. Riggs ph.d, out that the fund yeas shed to Support in-ser. the two ron,teee2xh, rmn0n. tract dys i, te hoo calen, dm', which are the t'Mrd Friday of October and the third Fri. day of March. The oviginat inent was to llow sbject-oriented teacher groups to meet without ter- faring with regular tehing days. This has ,ha,n,,changed to in- clude general in-service pro grams for all teachers and a trend of some groups to take over in-service education which is considered a local, re* sporusibility. The recommen. darien of Supt. gs that the Chancy school district not par. ,tpate financially Jn the in- service education fund was unmmously approved by the board. Liability Insurance Otr lmsiness i]uded a report by Ivan emons, the distri's insurance aviaor. Specifications for liability in- surance far one year were ap- proved. The specificatiens are to be. to inerested ,bidders so the contract can be awarded: Personnel Changes The following el changes were approved by the board: the  of Mrs. Maril Inteso,   the fouh,h.grade t W'mdm, ws aoceiRed. Mrs. Ineso will ac- company her kusbaml to the east coast wthere b.e ,has been transferred in mih'ta ser- vice. New Teacher New teachers include Dave I)augherty, Jfigh sv2mal math and  foflll coach; Larry CYandall, lfigh school li- brrian; James T. Nmood, high sct-ool social studies; George HuTman, seventh grade, Dennis ARthony, sixth grade and Roy Hoerner Jr. fomh grade all, at Windsor; Patricia Helm, Sunset fourth grade; Robert Patterson, Betz, z& time P. E. and Dale Aebly, Windsor, fifth grade. Meeting Date Changed The next meeting has been changed from Selt. 15 to Sept 22 to be held in the B Rooms. FORMER EMPLOYEE VISITS Keith McI)onald, former Free Press employee and stu. dent  EWSC, rapped to say imlo Tlm,laF morning. He is emptoyed by Deere Press in . The Donalds are ltis mother, Mr Neff , at Spgue and .her fa- ther, D. A. Jacquith at Air- way Heights. A tamily reun- iort is planned this weekend t Loon lake.