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THE WEEKLY NEWSPAPER SERVING SOUTHWEST SPOKANE COUNTY 14 Cheney, Washington Friday September 10, 1965 Single Copy 10 Cents fi9, McKinley Survivor Arctic Dies Mrs. Widner grange lost a 29 last Saturday in of William ShuRz. was born in Argen- came to the United When he was very. With his parents. He to:st known surviwor rescue in 1897. He he U. S. Coast Guard and that year partici- m the rescue o,f 10 ships trapped in ice Barrow, Alaska. McKinley ave azld other crew an early discharge: of the., mission. Mx. graduated from the Un- IdalmAn 1907 with engineering de- the many trades were, ,an egg inspec- the state of Washing- a civilian inspector of Fairchild Air ]rce WW II. chicken ranch in area for many arid his ?ate wife re- years ago. His wife ,lreeoded him in death ago. He is survived son, John, in Spokane, Mrs. Miriam Cataldo, Idaho, a&apos;ffd Bobo, B eavern grandchildTen and grandchildren. services were Tues- burial in Spokane Gardens beside his -._. McDermotts Residents and Mrs. Eloy MeDer- two children ate re- in Cheney. formerly rom State University, at ilil. be ,assistant pro- of finance and satis-: the business depart- Eastern Washington They live at 814 of Trustees Sept. 17 board of trustees of Washington Stae Col- scheduled a business in the Progress Roam Hotel, Spa- The meet- place at 7:30 p. Sept. 17, 1965. of the board are S. Patte'rson, - Mr. Melvin B.' hairman, boaM of Harvey Edkson, Morrisan, Mr. F. Meghev and Mrs. Take. COUNCIL RESUMES Councri As- in S00kane win meet/ags an Sept. 16 tea ,at 2 p. m. in the .lmstess room. Mere- guests are invited to A progrmn of music will be provided. The aetings of the,Court- at the oeur d Alene at 11 .a.m. third Turs- etoh month. ,and .book review of the regtdar agen- Presidents af any orgaatians are to become members. of Cheney women the 'membersp and the tea. WITH CAPITOL DOME centered in background, Eastern Washington Collegians rest momentarily outside U. S. Sen- ate Office Building in Washington, D. C., prior to. their con- cert, arranged by Senators Warren G. Magnuson and Henry M. Jackson, both O., Wash. The Collegians, d irec;ed byDr. Ralph Manzo (center, seated) performed in the nation's capital afar three days of appearances at the New York World's Fair. Cheney Schools' Enrollment High, Heavy Loads at Belz and Sunset Actual enrollments in the Cheney sclmols and projeeUons made last spring will be very cose with extremely heavy oads at the 7th ,and 8th grade level at both Betz ,and Sunset selmois. Enrolments the first day were kindergarten, 213 (con- siderably more ln expected); grades 1 through 6, 1018; grades 7 and 8, 326; and 4figh school (grades 9 through 12) 542. Sttpt. William lggs said "Going back over paSt years, the enrollment :tas grown from tbxee to five per cent from the first dy of selma1 unl Oct. 1, ant next week with the Campus sclrool opening, plus lute registrations the fig- ure is likely to be 2375 iv, stead of the 2350 projected." This year's high school en- llment the first day was 542 Cheney Students On Honor Roll Seven Cheney-area students at EWSC have been named to the summer quarter honor roll at the col, lege. Don, aM G. laason, EWSC registrar, said tmdergraduaCe students to be nmed to the imnor .roll must have a 3.25 or higler grade point for the quarter and a minimum 2.25 aecumu'ltive grade Imnt av- erage. Nancy M. Smith, daughter of Oliver P. Smith, Rmlte 3, Chermy, xeceived all A's for a 4.0 average. Otimm .amed to the roll include Mitlard E. Hale Jr., Berta L. Wahl, Route 3; Linda J. Whitinger, and June L. Wilson. One student from Medical Lake, Gwen M. Long, and one from MarkhaM, Kaen J. Chae, were also 14sted on the honor roll. The "Marie G" Provides Luck for Mary Ann and six more students enrolled yesterday (Thurscluy). The pro- jetted ffgure by Oct. 1 is 575. Last year's enroRment on the fst <kay was 521. Riggs said there seems to be o "nmediate way to  the heavy load problem at Suns and Betz sclmolS as there is no additional clussroom space ,avaihble at Sunset and Betz is using special class room space for regu, iar classe He poined out that the loa4s ,at Four Lakes and Gur- den Springs are somevhat .lighter this year and there might be a possibfi, ty of work- i'n out a feasible plan to transfer studenCs to fihese flTeS. Bus routes the firxt <kay vorked out reasmmbly well considering lhe freeway ean- struetion from Tyler to Gar- den Springs. Transortaion supervisor Dick Merrill said possible t2anportation dffieul- ties were ironed out beore ',had and the freeway did no hilder bus routes to any ex- tent. Cheney Welcomes A New Family New residents of Cheey ave Mr. md Mrs. Edwin MeRmih ,acl three ehiMren, Donna, ge 10, Bluke, 9, and Scott, 5. iVeihuish will be d of lmusing t Estern Washm, g. ton State CoLlege. LOGSDON ENTERS NAVY Cye Ixm, a reeen g- mate of CHS, wifl leave for San Diego, Calif., the 20th of Se,p tember to j,oin the Navy. WHITEHILLS SELL HOME The Patrick Whiteh, fam- ily reeen, fly sold their 'tmme an 75h street to Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mowatt at ttmir tvo dughters. ... AND It Didn't Get Away Fishirg tales are s0qnehat M1 the same  but this time the big 31 pound 7 ounce King Salmon didn't get away. Was it captured by some big time fisherman? Nape! Our (teen Mrs. lary Ann Heiydt, ater stru,ggling for ha an lur banded this ga,nt. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gililing- ham, Mr. and Mrs. Robert An- derson, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bear, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Win- aas, Carl Hair and Mr. and Mrs. John Heiydt spen,t the La- bor Day weekend at Westport aboard  Western Charter ".Marie G". Paul Savidge was the sldpper. In addition to landing the so}man, Mrs. Heiydt won $75 as second prize in the fishing derby. School Board Filing Period Ends Sept. 17 Filing period fr school board candidates eds Yrid'ay, Sept. 17, and "to date only three persons have filed. Candidates ma: f].cat the Cheney hool dLrk, t admin- istration office orl uditos office in the Cj com't- lm,tme. Since this is nt a sal- aried portion there s no east for filing. A new lucy, effective this year, states that names of can- didates will aPlar an the bal- 'lot in rke order in whi a plivations re received by the county uditor. Directors posts open ,are Dis- rict No. 1 or No. 4 c'oeng tlm City of Ohoney, District No. 2 covering the sutern ha of the rural area, and Dis, trJet No. 5, Garden Sp*gs area. So far no one has fried for the City of Cheney post hd by tty Miller, ho as ap- pareled to fill out an urzex- pired term. Two ean4i4ates, Mrs. Earl HMn ', ineamben, and Ken Soo, have filed for fle four year rm from director dis- tri No. 2. Victor I-Iffi, who was ap- poirtted from District No. 5 to reptace a director vdm re- signed and whose term would not be up normally until 1967, i has fried to complete this tmo] year term. ] Te other two board mem-I bes, dlmirma Crmen Stew-i art and Dick Russell, are rt up for electian boh terms ran until 1967. Local Museum Will Be Open During School Term The Historical Musemn Io- card in the junior ,high sClmol bug will he open to vLitors, on .request, during the schoo,1 days. A collection of pioneer glass jars hoaxing the date of 1858 .and od bet- flels o stained and clear has been added to the edb- its at the museum. The rock collection has n enlarged, and the ifts of 1,ast spring have been catalogued. Cmmittee in charge: Mrs. A. B. Cutting, Mrs. Bl,mr Lufiten Mrs. J. Van Brunt, Mrs. Milo Ba'l. Local Man Receives Roebuck Scholarship Ric!ha,rd Meyer, of Ceney, received a $300 Sears Roebuck Y)tmdation sophomore schol- arship for the 1965-66 aca- demic year at Washinwt0 State University. Meyer is the son of Mrs. Marie C. Meyer. Route 2, Box 67, Cheney. NEW SUBSCRIBERS New subscribers to the Cheney Free Press this week are Elroy McDermott, 814 6th St.; Capt. Brian Gratten, 122 N. 6th St.; Dale Stadling, 615 W. 2nd St., and Edwin H. Melhuish, 627 Villard St., all of Cheney. School Directors To Meet Sept. 15 The board of directors of Cheaey School District No. 360 will meet Wednesday, Sept. 15, at 8 p. m. in the  roorns. Items on the agenda ave prepaatios to call for bids for a pump mstatladon at the Four Lakes sct'g)l  weil ,has ,been under egnstrue- ti'o,; the final bu dget bosun*g; and 4iussion on ",thnhg for bid calls on buiMing the new high school. All appearanes are tha fi- nal pl, ans w] he ready in Oc- tober and bid calls could be made. However, in the archi- tect's opinion, a lute date seerrs more feasible bevaue of the market vah on can- Structon fter Jan. 1. Archi- tect Victor Wulff explained that ff constrncton begins Feb. 1, the bui4diztg process wi not be delayed too much. Seen 'n Heard Jack Cdham, ow-aer of the Dependable Auto Feigt, yrobbly thinks Cey dents are ptayi, ng musical t-omses with the : e(mSta stream of l)use buying ad nmving. Ammg the late are Supt. W,',fltam Riggs' family, who puretmsed the Bob Wad- dington home t Cover (:2m, nd the Wad,dixm buying he Foos hme . . . s,  and ,Lewis, own. ers of llles Resort, rep- ed several 2 nd 3 pound rain- bow were netted at their f.ish- ixtg dock nd the fail g at Badger hke is coninuing good... Dr. Jay I-[olliday coming home from e Sfiea Club wilderness campin trip with frost-pped firgers . . . Meal eateries filled to capac- ity with hgh school sudents during their lmw.h hJr . . . Speaking of sttdets, don't forget to drive carefufly es- pecially in school ,areas and remember the ,speed mit is 15 miles per hour in these areas. Mary K. Simpson Awarded Scholarship (Speeial)$400 om a Mr. and Mrs. Patti H. Landi schol- am, hip wen to Mry KaChryn Simpson, of Cheney, for the 1965-66 academic year at Washinon State University. Miss Simpson, a junior at WSU, is the daughter of Mr. ,nd Mrs.' FlOyd E. Simpson, Route 2, Cheneff. Preliminary 1966 Budget Adopted by City Council At ,a special hearing Sept. 7 ity cotmefl members adopd a preaa-y 1966 budget ,for heney. The current ex budget estimates revenues of $132,665 ,ad expettm of $146,380. Discussions of hw to bhnce the budget  o tiue at regutar council meetings on Se. 14 aad 28. The -ml balanced 'bridget will be approved Oct. 4 :at  special hearing. Twelve persons attended the hearing to urge inclusion of fun(s for a city library. May- or Nolan Brown remarked that it uas the first time in his ex- perience that any tacpayers had appeared at a budget: heaving. An amount of $3650 is: in- cluded }n the prelimirmry bud- CLASSES BEGIN SEPT. 22 AT E.W.S.C. Eastern Washington State College faculty returns to the campus next week for orientation Thur;day and Friday. Students will begin re- turning to the EWSC cam- pus Sunday, Sept. 19, the first day residence hall will' be open. Registration will follow Sept. 20-21, and class- es will begin Sept. 22. Libedy Schools Announce INew Personnel y Joanne. Green Bright and early Tuesday, Aug. 31, the Liberty schools opened their doors to the bright ,and eager students. Total enroUment for the Lib- erty District is siffhtly less tlan that of last year. West Liberty remained the same with 144 Students. E.s Lib- erty n,ereased from 187 to 194, a,nd the high sc'ho04 drop ped from 20] to 186. i New teachers in the disct are Miss Mary Ellen Trw. I bri ,d of wSU, g home i eeormmics; Ri D. Shind- ler of the University af Wash- inon, math  coaching; Mrs. Dm'ler, Cosby, EW- SC, half-time girls' PE at the high school. Ghanges at East Liberty in- clyde Mrs. Shirley Pratt of EWSC, second grade; Mrs. Jor Sheal of Southwest Tex- as State ollege and EWSC, 'half-time in junior high; Mrs. CYovby, ,laif-time in junior high; and Terry Rer, EWSC, roach nd science in j high. There are no Ctmnges at West Liberty. September Experience Thee are 13 ve teachers getttng their "Septem- ber experience" in the IAbety Dxivt schools this year. From W h'worth is Mrs. Dolores Hein observing Baglih and social studies t West Liberty; Miss Carol SehmRz,; nd Mrs. Carol Romig, F_mgflh an /fth grade at West Lib- erty. The only epresentative `from WSU is Miss Kaveen Verdick, rking in F and PE ,at the high shol. get for a library. The cost is bsed on payn'mmt of $2690 (.one mili) to the Spo Co. Rural Library for library ser- vice plus an etimated $920 for rent and utilities. Hw- ever, all or part of this amount may be cue bezre final bud- get appral. City clerk Roy Ross review- ed the budget. The liglt, wat- er-sewer and garbage de. men have their own sourc- es of revenue and ropo be,l- anced budgets. Inluded n the current expense budget are genera,1 government, the fire ,poLice depertmen and parks and phds, inlud- irtg swlmng pool. Items showing a significant increase in estimated expen- ditures over 196 include gen- eral govern'men (up $215), fire departmen (up $5050) ami health ami sanitation (up $150). ICarus showing a decrease axe clerk's department (down $1185), attorney's dep@rtment (down -275), police depament (down $1160) and parks and phygrounds (down $1245.) Hollidays Camp With Sierra Club At Glacier Park Dr. end Mrs. Jay N. Holliday axtd Mr. and Mrs. Jay N. H(I- ,liday Jr. returned this week from a three week camping trip in Gheier prk with the Sierra club. Jay Holliday Jr., guide for the 75 club mebers, led the party through Stoney Indian pess mi ,to a campsite in the wiMerness of the national park. Snow tated .al4hg the <kay of camp  within a few hours the area was covered 18 iches of sow. mde pacg out some diffim and plans had > be revised. The young guide, with ,his two camp cooks, took over a resort restatmant that was just closin for the sea- son. With the nmnager' hep ad ext provisiens in stock a the restaurant ps the camp raUons, the 75 club mem- bers were soon `fed and ,tmnsed in dry, wan quarters tmtil busses arrived. Dr. H '011idly exFhined that the purpose of the Sierra lb, i a n, aUorml federation of about 36,000 memhem, is to preserve the wilderness for future gen- etins. The 20 daers over the Uited States eneatme members to climb nmtmainS and pack  the extreme wfl- deamss areas. Jay N. Holtiday Jr. Imgan duties Tuesday as instructor of biology and botany at the Spokane Community cllege. There are torte students 00ws, 00-[Toni Pugh Ends worki;ngbetweenChOate will, inEnglishPE;divideMissand trer[Eur0pean timeand Tour (continued .on page 8) Mrs. Kyle Pga (Toni), veho Hospitality Group Plans International Students Program L The Welfare and Hospitality Committee for Intermonat Students met Thtrday eve- ning a,t the ltome of Ma's. Or- lund B. Killin, chairma to plan the 1965.66 progrmn. Reoreentatives from six Cheney organizations who pr- ticie in the activities for freign students attending EWSC ,and the rpresenea- Uves include Mrs. Ramoa M. Cites aad Mrs.  B. Smith, Beta;  .Mm. FAWIn L. Dumraeier, PEO; Donaid J, Hem, Cheney Ch,ber of Commerce; L. E. Zimmerman, Lion's club; Dr. William C. Wilson and Lowl P0ore, Ro- tary club, and Mrs. Kiln, Til- icum. Members-at-lurge are Mrs. James A. Johnson, Mrs. W. L. Rowles and Mrs. Iarry ,Ms- WEAT-HER Max Min Pre. :Sept. 2 .............. 72 59 .00 Sept. 3 .............. 68 58 .00 Sept. 4 .............. 66 52 .00 Sept. 5 .............. 63 50 .00 : 6 .............. 67 60 .00 7 .............. 70 58 .00 Sept. 8 .............. 73 63 .00 has kept Free Press readers inffrmed as well s end- ed with ,her column eoveri ui00ts of ,h00r 00uroVema tour g early ,m, July, returned Saturday eveAng exhausted bu ehusod with the irtteresting places she had visited and te wonderO_fl peo- ple she met durin/g the 10 weeks. Mrs. Pugh said the last two weeks were the most "mtpres- sive, possibly  it had been a lfe-long amhizm to xit the Holy Lands: mid for nmn years she ,had been reI- 'ing hstoric and geograpl material cvevng Bgyot ,d Is- rael. Her last article in the series, covering the two weeks in Egypt and Israel did not reach the Free Press o time for this week's pblication. 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