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69, Number 15 THE WEEKLY NEWSPAPER SERVING SOUTHWEST SPOKANE COUNTY Cheney, Washington. Friday, September 17, 1965 Single Copy 10 Cent I Iman Herald Loses Student Publication RAPS MOVE OF PAPER PLANT The following edi- reprinted from a re. of the Pullman Her- was written by Paul editor and publisher the press, the run is the way it was t The Herald shop one as the year&apos;s of the Evergreen, newspaper, ca,me off "end of the run" was different titan of press nghs one before, because the end of a aeition between ad The Her- ,good times and wars ,and deres- tim time that WSU sin.aS1, the Evergreen larinred at the Her- Jut uusage of me- :"faviilities aver the a flexible operation of boh papers. next Fall, though, wRl not be It will in- the pattern of University print- done dwn,twn but lroduced on Cam some nostalgia and that we bid the Evergreen; n:os. we will miss the of eager young learned a,bot in pear shoo; and because the Ever- to Oampus marks for those Who are the ste can do it eheat)er----heth- or plmgra- or ow lIowea's o or automotive or au  i arm issue on two counts o-itourse los first place to put into service areas he ,as well done by does violeame that a healthy tal to provide to suppo gov- an afffront tO us ourselves taxes to to use those . compete agaia livelihood. To put into unmecessary is to "pair, of the eeeny to, higher taxes re- of the small com-, flee Dance dnce, spm,,sored r kmt Commit- Deinin, " get ad will ,be eld (Sept 18) eve- tO 12 o'eRck in hall. said teen- allowed to leave u, ntil they are be Mr. and Holmes, Mr.. and ad Mr. Fainter Gets dp Award Pai)ter a 1965 CHS, reln'esented Social Iadeship Camlfire Girls m, the Col:fax This is the first fom Vam'tman received this high the first time i,n the awm'd has phn to attend Year nd hopes to education at the f New Mexico. Students 'd to W. S. U. J. Geschke and of Cemey J. Dixey of Fair- been admitted State Uni- se 43f2 for a total of to enter WSU this fail The 700 mo 'munity iving in the shadow o,f ,a large intituen, the ec- orm,mic impact of such policy can be espevaily severe, and casts a vLsibe blight on those types of private businesse 'm' the areas in which the insti- tution aks,o operates. We ,have only to compare the preent sharp difference in commercial vitality between Pullman and Mocow to see cle.arl7 .tw much imp,act in- stitutional policy does exert on a small town's economy. Tenty years: ago, the two towas were highly conpetitive and about equal in merchan- dising abilities. Since then, a,nd in part as service and mer- ch,andtsing have been develop- ed on the Campus here, Putl- m,an's downtown  has been vitiated. Our second dispute with the state,camdo4tcheaper p 'lios- (ohy is that it is demonstrably m)t so. A true analysis wl dis- c]ose th'at savings are mare ap- )aremt than real and repre- sent indirect mbsidy from tax supported sources. The Evergreen far example, seems likely to show a small bookkeeping profit on the Campus, since it will not have to pay such costs as heat, light, rent, taxes and management that necessr1y are included in dont0vn pricing. These requisites will be .paid in part by buness taxes, which we at the Herald 'help to pay, but vhi, ch we become rogressive- ly less able to pay the more o,ur principal industrial cus- tomer clannels its printing iteed,s Jmto its own print-sltops. As to comparative c<xts be- tween livate and state print- (Continued to page 8) voice Of Youth Crusade Begins lonighf (Friday) "The people in the Oheey and the neaeby vicinity wi,ll be in for a rea slMritul treat as they visit the opening night meeting of the UCA Viee of Youth Crusade at the Ameri- can Legion ball in Cheey," says Paul Gordon, instructor in religin at Upper Cumbia Academy ,at Spangle, Wash. "Our young peoe  fea- ture a vety of good things tonight including: a spit.Red sortgfest of the well known ospel hymvs and choruses in- terspersed with special music both vocal and instrumental. One of the Mghts of the evening will be the shving of the fanmus religious film on the life of Christ, "I Be- hed  Glory," rays pester Gordon. "The fog Sunday night Pastor C. A. Renhler, head of the religion depart. ment of the school will com- mence a series of verse by verse studies on the ,book of ReveNtion. Prof. Renchler received ,his BA degree at Un- ion College in Lincoha, Nehr.,  Master's degree from the Potomas University in Wshingtn, D. C. in the field of Systorrratie Theology and Church History. ,Prof. Ren- sCbler is eormmeneing his ninth year of teachirg at UCA aml is a diligent student of Bible prophecy," reports pastor G- den. United Crusade Gels Underway Residents of Southwest Spo- kane County ,are urged to make a fair share pledge t0 the Spokane Cxmty United Crusade as the cm:paign gets underway in full swing. Mater were disributed to prains in Chancy, Medical Lake, Spatgle, Aiwvay Heights ,a,nd F, airchild Airfaree Base Vredmysday by Tom Hogan, county chairman. Hogan said, "The total coun- ty contdbution for the 1963- 64 year was $14,955.24 and in 1964-65 it was $11,372.23. With business good in general ,and the trend looldng up, we are Socking forward to a suc- cessful camlmign this year." PTA MEETING The first fall meeting of that Elementary PTA will be herd Monday, Sept. 20, at 8 p. m. at the Betz shcoot. All parents are invited to this get-acquainted meeting where all new teachers will be introduced. GET IT IN EARLY! News from correspond- ends and reporters for clubs, churches and all organiza. tions must be in the Free Press office by Tuesday noon. On Monday the linotype load is very light and early copy can be set up; Tues- day's load becomes heavier and by Wendesday, the Pp. erator is swamped with copy, more than can be used or processed for the current week's issue. Conse- quently, news material reaching our office after Tuesday noon will be held until the following week. Copy on Monday is always appreciated. Combine Overturns On G Miller Farm Large Crowd Attends ttmned over on a steep hill- side on the Glenn Miller farm. Heiydt said he made a turn on the hillside and when he hit the brakes they didn't hold; the rear wheels just id and the front wheel dropped over an eyebrow (an un'farmed por- tioin of and due to washout or steep terrain) and the com- bine roiled over taking the driver with it. Heiydt said it happened so quickly that the first i,'ng he kew he was u,ndevaeath the m*ahine and it was on fire. He qui.ckl crawled 9uS from the side of the burning cmrbine, ; which was a total loss. Nine stitches were required to c}ose the gash in Jims I'he.a,d. He said he was ready to go back and drive the combine. ' Seen 00ard he .un,usual weather (blow- ing ht and cold) since: June rmt only confused peole, wo have been digging out wool- ens with the pungent odor af moth bails all sunmm, but seen,s o have nature bewild- ered, An apple , a usurd harbinger of spring, was brouffht into the Free Press office last Friday by lm. Eth- .el Trimble. The lone Nossom was picked from a tree t the borne of Mrs. Trimhie and 'her mther, Mrs. R. G. Boots, 117 Fourth Street . Roses to Phyllis Sehmid't," Garden Springs correspondent vlmse news is ,always in our office ,on ,Monday mornings ... Hom- er Dickersen explaining the state of Insas s the place where hailstones are as bi'g as oose eggs .and you wear a steel bucket instead of a hat wtmn you step outdoors . . . lOollege students frantically leokintg for housing, a room, an i,apartment or a trailer. There just isn't a thing avble... Who's that, who said, "Oh, where are my ke teeth? . . . Shearie at the Mlt Shop se- ing out a homemade ,leman pie So quickly that she didn't get a wedge f-,herself. Girls' State Lauded By Jennifer Jordan Reception Abo,t 200 persons I Public iibraq attended' Council Decides the fifth annual reception hed by the Medical Lake branch, National Bank of Com- merce last Fiday. lime Goes 0. Ballot Mgr. Don: Winan who ha been with the Medical Lake branch .since it opened Spt, 10, 1960, was assisted by the five ban& employees, Mrs. Wians arKl Mrs Bb Cook. Winans explained that the bank has dubled its volume each year since it's opening Jim Heiy4t escaped wih a where he had eight years of head gsh and bnfises when a experience with the National combine he was opeatig Bank of Commer. and that there are six employ- ees ow whereas, there were emly tw five years ago. Bank errloyees, are Bob Cook, Who has been here two yearn, comirg from Brewster Georgette Kyle, who has a,lso been here two years, had eight yes of experience with the First Natital Bank a,t Boze- mn. Dorothy D0rmaier, al with the local bank two years, is the bookkeeper. Her parents are Mr. nd Mrs. Williams, for- mr Lake ertts. Tellers re Terrie Musser da,ugher of Mr. and Mrs. Os- car Musser, and Linda Wey- en, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Weyen. College On-Campus Evening Courses Are Expanded Eastern Washington State College on-campus evening courses will be more dOu.'bted during the 1965-66 college year, with oftLndngs on both the graduale and un. dergda levels. Graduate course, in busi- ness alministratin, : ehemis. try;  and speech will be ,added for he first time this year, Dr. Raymond P. whir- field, n of graduate study, said. The t of the new courses dll be offered during fa.ll quarter. Olasses beg Sept. 22, aad students my register in both graduate and under- graduate programs at the first class, meeting. Udergraduate e v e n i n g courses will be offered on all levers to enable both begin. ning and advanced students t.o enroll. Beginnirg freshmen can complete the major par- fion of their first academic year in the evening. Beginning fresh'men will have ,a choice of courses in physics, poli,tical science, psy- Jholy rrd Neh during the fail qtmrter. Other intreduc- ,t'y courses will be offered in winter and spN_ng quarters. Dr. George J. Ka, bat, dean of faculty, said the addtienal corn-so offerings, espeeiM:ly at the lvwer level, is a new direc- tion for EWSC to better serve the people of the Spokane area who wish to tart or entnue a college education, but he- eazse of em,pyment, cannot attend during the day. Cheney Man On Viel Nam Mission Mis Jennifer Jordon, a sen- at CHS and the 1965 delegate to GiN's State, entertMned the A'merican Legion Auxiliary Wednesday evening with a, most hnpvessive s@eech can- eernig her week t CWSC. Miss J(mtan explained vh'at Girl's Slate meant to her and to others as future voters of tomarrov. The American Legia Aux- il,a sponsors a junior girl from their local school to at- tend Girl's Stare every sum- mer. This is the second year that Cheey has sent a de- gate., Numerous organfizatiensl heaped firrance this trip in or-] d'ev that our community can l benefit by having resp0sflle[ rtd informed citizens. [ Je,Imifer wi be the guest I speatcer at the meetings, of her ] coributmg organizations. I NEWCOMER A newcner to Cheney is Miss Lorena M. Holhy, in- structor in art at EWSC. Miss Holshoy, who comes from N)rth Canton, Oleo, is a recent graduate of Ohio State Univer- sity. She is making her h(me at the Philena apartments. LEAVES FOR HANFORD lke MeKeean, who is ma- joring in Archaely at Hun. ford eotlege,  this week to remm'_e his studies at Hav 'Perm., at%er spending the sum. mar traveling in the U,nlted States al vith ,his paa-'ts, Mr. and Mrs. James MeKee- ' .hart. USS Oklahoma City, Sept 8 BMetrician's Mate Fireman VernOn D. Chrtimxm, USN, son  Mr. am1 Mrs. W. H. ChrL.tinon Chene is paici- voting "m the amp4dbious as- suu,lt searehand-clear opera- lion, "Piranim," vhile serving abom'd the tight guided missile miisher USS Olahom,a CRy. "Ph, arflm" cmmenced Sept. 7 with the n of dlear- ing Viet Cong from the Cape Barangan Peninsu in Viet Num. OkIhoma City is comanand- ed by Cap*ain, Kendall W. Simmvam who is commander of the Naval GuTffire Support Unit of the operation. ma City is one of four ships in the u,mt. City Library Promoted The Cheney Librar committee organiz o ;mamlmlm a Y , ed to r ....... a I city library facility, has been attending city council meetings I to promote financing of this project. In addition to the letters l a petition with more than 100 names was also sent to the /Free Press office. To the Bditor of the Free Pros: "Wtw des Cheney need a public library, When the clege will soon be getting a two o col library?" This is what some townspeople have said recently, accarding to. membe Billfold Retrieved; Money Is Missing Mrs. Howard Jorgensen reported to police that $150 had been stolen from her bfflfold last week. The bill- fold has been recevered, but the money ts still missing. Any information will he greatly appreciated as to the whereabouts of the money. At its regular meeting Sept. 14, the Oheney city council decided to refer the question of establishing a public library to the voters at the general election of Sept., 1966. Exact wordirg of the proposition wilq be determined later. Mrs. J. Brent Stearns. chair- man of the Oheney Ass.'u for a Public Library, expressed satisfaction at the cmmeil's vtion. "We ave ema;fident that the people will want  Imbli library," she .said. A delega- tion of library supporters was present to hear the derision. In hev action, on reeem- mendatkm of the Lions OIub, the council officially gave the name "Barl Moas Piekl" to the park at West Third arm Wash- ingmn streets. A representative of the Washin,gton Water Power Com- pany requested an alteration in the .approved route of the gas main from the city li;nits to the franchise area. The city couttcil denied the request. The council continued dis- cu:sn of ways of bathnci, ng the proposed 1966 budget. Oou'zcman Richard Hagelin described Chone as "growing by leaps arm b(mnds." Coun- cilman James A. Johnson ob- served that the people are de- mandixtg move services and tha ew sottrees of revenue must be found. Final decisions on the budget will be made at the ,special ,hearing on Oct. 4. Cotm, dman George Fisher was unanimously elected may- cr pro tern for the next two weeks while Mer Nolan Brn is out of town. EW$C To For Admission Sunday, Sept. 19 Itern Wfflingto tte Cogege udents will be re- turng to the (lheney cavalms Sudy, Se. 19, when resi- derma ,lmlls open for the 1965- 66 year. New fcuRy members re- ported yesterday morning far orienfation meetings. An all- facttlry dinner, sponsared by the EWSC Faculty arganisa flora, was held ,t Tawanlva Commons that evening. An all-faculty ovient,tio is phn.ned for this morning wen Dr. Don S. Patterson, EWSC president, wR1 s epakon "A Look ,a Some Needs at Dast- erdA." A yreview of the EWSC 75th Armiversary film, "Wings of Truth," is scheduled to fallow. The fm will be released to studenfrs and tlm pu,blie Oct. 13. date of the ogin,al found- tng of the college 7' years . C. C. Carter Reports For Military Band Cadet C. C. Carter, so of Mr. md lrs. e C. Carter, St'. rearted at Lex- ington, Mo., for Wentworth Milita Academy's hand camp, according to C1t. Robert Hinds, band directx. All eandid,tes for the scl-mol's marching Nmd re- parted in advant'e of the corps enert for the session which includes individu,ml tes, grou9 practice, nd pre- cision drills. FoU)wing a few days of try- outs, the best 50 musicians will be selected for member- ship in the band, ene of Wen- wwth's show u that makes many offamptm apeparances in the mid-West area during the regular academic year. JOB CORPS POSITION Step(hen McNair, fner 5h grade instructor at Bkair school at FairchiM, has c- cepted a imsition with the Job Corps i,n the new camp opemng at Larson Airforce Base. WEATHER Max Min Pro Sept. 9 .............. 66 57 .00 10 ............ 68 52 .02 Sept. II .............. 66 54 .02 Se. 12 ............ 67 49 .00 Sept. 13 .............. 59 51 .07 Sept. 14 ............ 83 58 .04 Sep. 15 ............ 58 38 .04 of the City Counchl. This question was put to[ the 12 eitize, who cae to l Te u ...... p one arary wuld the Sept. 7 'hearing on the city Idl budget to urge that the $3,650/eollegea dierea;t, and need freanlibrries the item that would pay for a pub- There would h, '-_ " . , , , {e lfbbrget)nTh1966itbye lefffika/aladiPnaCtie.[, "'d" - added that these pele ,have |-i . ,g_.wam a tm, bBe lib. no o .]ravy t'mm far " b'eetion to , . rang, ,nm, and I 3 a pu.bfic li.  . . bra"v exc flta fh,v a,,' / .oaion_' 1 books are a Y,v ex- [see " that :t : "i',,::,; aPaesl I  think of e(mgh for the mty to spend  Joe_ __(,_atb.,urn,. 0._ d money on . ."  uros-mer 111  - " ,lmmT, 235-4056 -- "We fmagine you 'have an answor to this questim," add- ed Mayor Nolan , "and therefore I suggest you give it in the newslmper." The library gaxmp thanked the offici.ais for givirg thevn this challenge, mid for leavimg their small item in the budget temporarily, th, ough they real- ize that on Oct. 4, at the final budget .hearing, it may be tak- en out. EaCh puMic library suppor- ter has a different a .swer to the challenging question. We enclose a few of tlmm. (signed) The officers of e Cheney Association fo a Pub- tic Library Mrs. Louise Stearns, 309 N. 5th, 235-4623. Rotd A. Relm, 727 Clver 23'5-4615 or 235-6238 Mrs. Jan Tracy, 1805 5th, 235- 4490 Mas. Helen Allen, 306 5th, 235- 4562. My children asked this sum- mar where they could get books for recreaU(ma,1 rea. We fwJmd out that there are .any hiklren's books in lege's hooks for childre are housed in the Campus Sm04 Library, w hich is closed dur- ing the sunmer except far summer sclmol student. When we found out tlwt the Betz Sotmo lhrary was ope only two hours a week, my c were upset and ds oppointed. We used R every time it was open, but Olmney needs a real fiary, not enly for summers trot for after- noons, weekends, any time school is closed. Ms. Caxl Troka, 116 64h St. We went to the Spokane City Public Library Ml mnn- mer to get reading for me and my school age children, be- cause it ,happened that the days when Betz was open, we couldn't be .there. I would al- ways rather do my in Oheney if I can. Mrs. Warren Westerman, 110 4th St. Inlerslale Fair To Be 9-Day Event For the first time, the kane Interstate Fair will be a nine'ay evertt this year-- Sept. 18-26, every day and eve- Ring at Spokane's beafitully landooaped, 97-acre /lair- gaumais, Broadway and Ha. van. This newly extended sched. ule permits a new "split-judg- ing" plan Whereby tw or three dfferert exhibition per- iods wfl.1 be assigned to some of the lrger classificatiom' es- pecially in the livestock divis- im. This makes possible the aeeommodrttion of nearly twice lst year's ",mit of live- stock entries, Charles T. Mee- naeh, air manager, noted. He announced that the num- ber of entries in nearly all the scars of competRive classifica- tions is well ahead of year's; and predicted a .healthy rrcrease in the 1965 attend- anee over ast year's previous all,time high tota of 103,000 perss. Rev. Pitts Scheduled On TV This Sunday T televi0 appearat of the Rev. Howa Pitts, In'e- viou,sy ,aanounced for an<her de, wl be this Sundy, Sept. 19, 10-10:30 a. m. on KREM. TV, Cham 2. Mr. Pitt Who i- trusser of the  Methodist chah, w be interviewed concerning the Protestant ly movemon of Europe on the program "World of Faith." . Many adts dawat0w hesi. ate to go io the colge o school hrarie But g timy had one ,landy whe they could go in md browse, ey wouldn't feel so indeqa in findi books. Miss Cecl  a retired tea0her, 419 5th. 235-6689. Cheney ought to have a pub- lic ibrm-y so t:lmt you peo- p'le wuuld have a lbrm-y to use in whioh hhey vamld fee] at home. Dean HaEva% 10th grader, 22 Ok)ver St., 235-4536. Our junior high age chil- dren need a ,library where thel ca boow books o their om At te present time an dult must aevenpny chl: oetrw :high selzool vge to re'leek OUt bok at the college library. For myself, as a motlmr af a 2-year,ld, I feel mt. able taking my little girl with me into the college ibrary m. the scholars. 2re are tlmn I now do the cl. bege libra,. M. David L. Ho4mes, Oak- land St., 235-6805. I su there axe a few ,people in Ohem w dn't see ny need far a ImbUe li- ,brary. I believe they are peo- le who don't have any hil- dren or studers in the fam- ily, and theretbre d('t see their chiMren gttng the daily stimulale of ,ng heir o,,vn ideas to thase of writews, the ha,bit of seekin spit,,tip,s to N'aetical peob- lea'as by tmmg books, or the iniration f tRnding eob,- by reading good books. s lust nul lXltme peop vho here tJte hebit of in:g..b(m can't help tr cant gt people in- terested in krmled and wis- dom witlmut books. But you can't stay in school forever. (Eve the teachers eventu,aly retire.) When Che- ney people finish scalpel, thete is  library for them, rmth- img to nmttre i_s socially val- ua,ble hbit. And good ,habits dte off iff  are ,bad. Perhaps these #e Who  a .ptrblic lib- ra3r have last the tmt  con- misting books, ar have no lIen n'our to remind them of it. We ought to have a public ltbra that students could en- joy ',and look forward to u'mg When  finish school We sxmd have a pub/e ]ibrazV for pe0le ,like me  have y finiSlmd sdmo The lege li, bravy is nt ,bein t for me; the books are t sld for me or pengle Rke me; nor is the so,ice in- tended far people lkke me (people Who axe nt sdents or faett,ty membees). I can't senility .hiete there are many people in Ohe- ney who think we ought not to .have a lbh'c library. I ,have talked to only (me, and he dsn't have may chi]Kre liv- irg he in town. Do rrmny nmre really exist? There cer- tainly are hundreds w/to vm a Imbti library. We, the offic- es of the (teney aio or a Public I, wul like for yu to call (me of us or write a letter to the editor. aml tel] us what yzm tlhink ebou thits , ml what ymtr  are. We re el- ways  in new pelvis of view and good reasons for thegn. L0se Stearns, 309N. 5th e, mother, 23544)23.