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THE WEEKLY NEWSPAPER SERVING SOUTHWEST SPOKANE COUNTY 69, Number 16 Cheney, Washington. Friday, September 24, 1965 Single Copy 10 Centa d Chairmen Named nited Crusade Drive chairmen of the Unit-, drive for 1965 been filled in m,ost areas poses are still Spokane Coun- said vonteer ,are needed "m a,ll He also exgl&apos;ained that L given each year sh, owiag the great- over the previos Cheney is in a good to win the trophy this chairmen are as Mrs. Charles Hedtke, Lake (enler Soon budget was ad a hearing date, 8 p. m, was set for of the Tovn Lake's 1966 budget. per c roy- Lake's 3500 amounts to $60,945.- from liqu,ov rev- vehicle excise tax, liquor ex- arterial street ta. esmated bud- in this reports at the cou,nil meeting, E. Denton said street was nar corn- the new city park underway; updating street lig.hting system ommence within a the new shegping Was coming aMg M- schedule. center, uclev by He,and Doug- will lmuse the Tmi2t stove to be by Mr. and M. Dick em of and Bxow Inmr. phn to be moved new quaers by " soon ,after. The to the NationM Bank i ', WaS ex- for the presem city seven lts forming playground and with am,vle pking :treet, (me hick on Fellows, is being fron,ge. Lots will be used for and .lots six to 10 led to gmss for arm Inic space. a spi.nkt system, fountain ,mad three have been Medical Lake's systean was the W Co tl a, roas are b 2500 $orrm from 4000 mad the busi- 6000 to 10,000 expml this tape Ition tow11. Water Power tmer its gas an- m gs md pipes have the distrivt's three high school, and Wesley Huff, vea$ conlpie for hookup if and r board cepts the firm rights, it was hook on to Fair- Force Base lines a savings in fuel Said. "The mai- cost slmuld to 50 per cent and estimates a savin,s antnaly on fuel compared school year," .he FOUND hundred dollars Washington sophomore payable to Walla student at found in Cheney Bernice Bergloff, operator of the Shop. The up, was on the of the shop Ave. m was for a Nation- Education Act Zitterkopf. Mrs. is holding the for it to be 500 Buena Vista, residential; Lowell Poore, 317 D street, Cheney schools; Graham E. Jolmson, 322 N. 11th street, Eastern Washiton State CNege; :and Lee Heiydt, Pres- ident of the Cheney Junior Chamber o,f Cmnmerce, busi- !ness district. Mrs. Kov,rd Pitts, 216 Sixth street is a volunteer for the residential area. ] Wayne Webber, Sate di- rector of the Junior Czamber of Commerce, and Cliff Feguan, secretary-treasurer for the Junior Chamber of Commerce, are volunteers for the business area. CITY MILLAGE TO BE SET Millage for the City of Cheney will be set at the regular ouncil meeting, Tuesday evening, Sept. 28, and the budget is to be bal. anted and ready for final adoption at a special meet- ing Oct. 4 in compliance with State laws Fuuerat Services Held Tuesday For Mrs. Holmes Funeral services were held Sett. 21 for Nova Lee Hol,mes, of Spokane and formerly of Cheey, from the Hazen & Jae- ger Funeral home with the Rev. George W. Nicols of- ficiating. Burial as in Green- wood Memories Texaco. She was the mother of Mrs. Nadene Ary, Spokane; Mrs. Buck lmery, Jun'eau, Ahska; Mrs. Robert Marsh, Viezme, W. Va.; Mrs. Retha LaBerge, and Norvel Holmes of Cheney; Deo.zel Hohnes, Redmond, Ore.; H. W. Holmes, C0vina, C'M.; 16 garch$, n and 18 great-gm. See.'n Heard A virus that effects the vic- tim witch a sti2f, .sore neck .is traveling up main street. Vic- rims so far re Is Zimmer- man, Evelyn Fevguson and Waaren Westernmn. So far, it hasn't reached the Free Press . . . Tom Labish recently ,learned that he ,had served in  Same division  Earl Fish (the 32nd) but Barl served in the fst World War mad 2m in tbe second . . . Stu- dons corrphining bout stand- ing for each recitation in Mr. Nm'w<md's 'history classes learned his   to help tlmm ce m udience, sone-i 'thg he was not required to do un ,he was 21 . . . Num- erous new lomes and apa- met bu.fldn,gs eom1leted the pas year ad yet, there is a lmuing shortage . . . Sone- thing new! ! A musical kinder- ten started ,by Mrs. William Maxon . . . Don't forg to get your nears copy in Monday, Tuesday noon is the delne. . Toby Haase final,,y finished his hmwesting .... Skin and Slim not too suecesshfl in ob- taining 12 jennies to pack gold out of lVkmtaa. Beer Gets O. K. The State Liquor CoRrol Boa in Olympia reeezfly is- sued a license to the Red Barn Ealing House at Cheney grant- mg permission to serve beer with meals, wess dispatches sid. WEATHER Max Min Pro Sept. 16 ............ 49 32 .00 Sept. 17 ............ 59 41 .00 Sept. 18 ............ 60 32 .00 Sept. 19 ............. 64 38 .06 Sept. 20 ............ 65 42 .00 Sept. 21 ............ 73 49 .00 Sept. 22 ............ 68 54 .00 RITZVILLE COUPLE BUYS PIERCE CABIN Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Sie- gel of RRzvi,le recently pur- chased a ca,bin at Ws lake from San Pierce. Seigel is a ereseative of the ASC and vork at the Ritzville Warhouse eom1>any. FIRE BAN LIFTED The ban on burning in the city has been lifted between the hours of 7 a. m. to sun- down, according to Cecil Charlton, fire chief. Fire permits are still re- quired for all burning. .Mr. and M. Novman John- son from Moses Lake were Fri- day afternoon uests of Mrs. A. B. Cutirg. ICar Dealers TO MEET MONDAY The first fall meeting of Plan Show the citizens' Advisory Com- mittee for Cheney School District No. 360 will be held 1966 automobiles wil] be on in the Board Room at 317 display by two new car deal- D Street Monday, Sept. 27 ers in Cheney next week and at 8 p. m. A film strip de- the third firm will hold its scribing the new federal shving Oct. 7. support program for educa- Ivan Kerr and MS,lloyd Hale tie.n--the Elementary and of Choney Mtor (3o. are mak- Secondary Education Act ing p]an3 fsr the 'New Oar of 1965, will be shown. Mrs. Showing' to be a cial attrac- Margaret Whitfield is the tion to Cheney Thursdsy and chairman. Friday, Sept. 30 and Oct. 1. Ratcliffe F.ord's special d'ay ' witl be Oct. 1 and Brown and F m M hi HoRerMotorCov:an,y'svhow. ar a( fie ing be oct. 7.: Rteliffe Ford will have 12 Demonslralion :Set mod,els ra,gin from Flcon to Thunderbird in their sh,w roms and Ren For Wed Sept 29 an'd Don extend an invitation 'F to look them over and hae a The Southwest Spokane Soil cup of coffee. and Water Cmveation Dis- Kerr of Chene.  (3o. tri, ct fall tillage naChiney mid they worm have 1966 demonstrati,on set for Wednes- models of plymouth's Fury, dlay, Sept 29, 1965, is shaping Be])bede,r, Valiant and Ba,racu- up ast. Accords," g to Gerald da on display. McCou'ry, SWCD board mem- ber, 10 machinery dealers are pl'anning to participate, were Death Takes than 3,600, since there Equllnent demonstrated several days left fr regis. will include the latest in pows, stretion, including night chisels, drag harrows and trac-]kl  tors including four-wheel--eo F. Small c,.... th:h00edledm0000z0000a00 0000eate00lSept. Sc ,_.,!Ag !! appcoximatelYsouthwest of Cheneythree onmilesu. Veo FuU'er SmatL a resident Vole aln S..High,ray 10 leadin to of Cheney the pat six years, [ Sprague. MachrinezT dealers lost his life Friday, Sept. 17, [,]1(|{1| Eledm, will be on the site ready for evening at Wflms }akel a,ction at 9:30 a.m. Where he was fishiZ. The Cheney Schol Board A free lunch will be served at non, prepared by the SW- CD Ladies Auxiliary, accord- ing to Mrs. Art Halverson, Es- panoh. Vevle Kaiser, Wesrn States Agronomist, Soft Con- servation Service, is scheduled to present a slide talk immed- iately fot!wing lunch. Kaiser will emphasize the importance of tilh,ge programs in the Pa- louse. Those machinery dealers cooperating in the de- tion axe 0 Eqpmet, arm  zm- plemet company, (eey; Adams Tactor Company, 'Mas- soy Ferguson and Pionee$ Eqtipmvn Co. and ease Pow- ex EqumeeX Go. a  kae; Farm Supty, Rein,lie; W, hitma MaChinery mud St. John Hardware and Im@le- ment Company, St John; and Spvague Equimmnt, Spgue. F. L. Kaffeliffe, Cheney, will also.,be m hand to demonstrate the latest in arm welders ad shop supplies Dave Wilkerson To Speak Tonight In Spokane Coliseum The Dave Wilkersow Teen CYue, Sept. 24, 25 at 7:30 p.m. at the Spokane coliseum open to everyone and in- cIules free parking. Dave Wflkerson, author of the poptflar book dealing With the growing problem of teen- age crime, "2Vne Cross d the Silbade,"  be eppear- ing in pearson t(migh and to momw at the coliseum. Rev. Wilkers(m is the gang .preaCher Who o the inter-delmmiaativa,1, mm pvo- ',fit organizfi,on. Teen Chl- leWe, In. in New Yovk city and in other major cities across the United States, in- c}uding Seattle. Teen Chaenge has been delirg with teen-age dope addicts, prostitutes, ,homosex- uals, gangs, organized terror and other delinquent you'h. Rev. WiLkerson wi 'be pre- seg to tees and Parents Mike his expeenees  the stree.ts of New York and of ac- ttml cases, and of the crying rmed of our addicted youtlx He wil,l try to make them rM- ize there is an arm f sptu lmlp extended to them in the Pacific Northwest. Local Man To Cruise On Nuclear Sub E. M./2 David N. Theissen, don of Mr. nd Mrs. Theissen, bes quaKfied in su,bmarines on the auelear submarine U. S. S. James Monroe, S. S. B. N. 622 GeM. Ir. and Mrs. The}sse and son, Brian, five at Charles- ton, S.C. IMMUNIZATION SCHEDULE Dr. E. O. PIoger, aokane Coun%y Health (Mficer, an- nounces that the immutio schedule in the coumty area s ,for the week sming Sept. 27, 1965, will be as fol- low: Mnday, Set. 27, 9:30 a. m., Cheney pre-lmot tenter at Cheney Amexican Legi(m hMl. When het dM not return by 9 that evening help was sm- mormd nd the sheriff's office zotified. The body was fonnd about 11 o'ctock that evening. Veo Fuller Smadl was born in Madrid, Maine, Aug. 26, 1891, the son of Wi,lem WM- tex and Nellie Voter Sm. He ateded the Mount I-levmon School for Ba, East North- fieM, Mass. After that he at- tended Wesleym Um'vesity, ekm, COraL, graduating there in l,;th Phi Beta" Kappa, g" "Cure Daude. His lster of Arts de- gree was neived from the Uwiversity of Pennsylvania, in 1922. Stme 22, 1916, he was mar- Dr. Don $. Patterson Says Enrollment Could Be A Record Cheney Mill Shut Down Because of Union Strike Nineteen emlalyees at the Cheney Ntional Biscuit Com- pany are ou of work bevause of the gtrike vaned by the Amer- ican Bakexy aml Confectionery Wrkers AFCIO, ng to C. V Atlxon, mnger of the local  The  be- came effective Stmday, Sept: 9. Eastern Washington State Co;lege may reach a record enrollment for the fall quar. ter. The Washington State Census bureau, that esti- mates school enrollments, predicted the Cheney Col- ige would reach approx- imately 3,600 students. Wednesday, Dr. Don S. Patterson, EWSC president, said it appeared likely that the figure would be more voted against having a special school election Nov. 2 relative to two bill paed by the 1965 legis,lature. The bills, Resolution No. 64, concern the 'aessment ratio of property as it varies from county o county ,and the new State Foundation Support fr- muh. Adoption by the voters of this resolutiot wotfld result, oa basis of facts known at this time, in n increase in tMs stct's locM tax rom $16235.13 tOs,t, W25.10 the i966-67 year. &lough lthe of the bill woffM Vrovide additional fumls it would raise taxes if the ra. tio is raised. Also, a election to Ethel Smith  at this time would tend to Mr. t.ug00t 300ep bvaam Academy m " [i_ rmm pgr .azn, wi'tm ehutts, ml the Hill School [..u..oee. a .pme ty voters i ,Pt, Perm., bere [ in tne_.d.'ct. _.. Utrelror *" lertion moving to Seattle m 1931. In[ In ..... Seattle he w the Divect , I rJm scnOl r eee- " "(ms -- " nt o'tion on Nov. 2, P0oy G Mfl- . mama., Assista Hext-lea" ...... " master, a teacher of French , dmmnnt, wm e op and mathematics at the Lake- pose oy arnett Boots' for side heol for  Aflex Distxict No. 1; and Mrs. Ernes. retirement from Lade in tie I-Jilter, vs. Knt SEE?, Dis- 1955 he and Mrs. Smll went [reev? .o. 2, both  year t-m,. .... ,li'-" G ........... ms; victor M. H, Di'stxict O l'll-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-llllII{I-hl I.2L.'2, W'lltm- e 'T,o.  ' .... Mr Small was  of the h" .a, has n,o op0omtm zov hool and Actiwg les- ne two year unex0ired term. ident of AmatOlia Oallee. Mr. Enrollment In a report on enro:lhnem Supt. Wl,liam Rgs, infromed that schoohs are rmming cSlv,e to the projected figures with Sunset and Windsor far over the build'g capacity; Sunset's capacity of 336 ,h 371 stu- dents ad Windsor Ires 644 stu- dents with reasona:b}e capacity for orgy 588. lggs further explained tlmt aRhetg Four Lakes and Gar. den Springs ae belOw capac- ity, m feasible plum va be worked out ut the pvesen to trampler the overoad. Cheney Motor Co. 16ets Second Award mney Motor W was rectmy n)tified that it was vcarded a trip for two to Hawaii. Co-owner M}lard and his wife Betty en- joyed seven dys n the isnds reeantly. Now the? :have wma another top regiorl pize roy be- ing the dee, let ha te PortlRnd region with the highest per- cenge izm in sale Ohe- hey Mx)r Compmw has won 120,000 paints. This can be .redeemed i eithe the frm of a trip ov merchandise. Paxtner Iva Kerr lusm't decided which way tO take full advantage af the prize. Zoning Committee Requests Granted and Mrs. Small returned to this country in 1959 and mve made their home in Oheney since that date. Dug his 34 yevs in the stafe of Washngto Mr. Small ts taken an active part in the work of the ti(m- al-&avisti,a clmxvh and the Untried Olmreh of Ctist. Suwivors are his wife, Ethel B., a dmhter, Mrs. H. K. Hossom (PhyKis) both off Che- ney; a son, Donald B. Small a fli_ engineer in Long Is- iamt, Stoneyhrook, N. Y., and six grandchildren. Menmrial services' far Mr. Small were held at the United Clmvch of Cmist, Cheney, on Sept. 21. Pall,hearers were a t0vmer students of Mr. Stoat1. District Governor To Visit Local Club Dirict Cvornov Harem J,ckson mad Mrs. Jaeksml Witi visit Chene? Monday, Sept. 27 acl Tuesday, Sept. 28. The Cheney-Medieal Lake Roary Club Will meet with the gv- evnor Monday eveng, Sept. 27 to discuss the Roary plans for the year. On Tuesday Gee. Jackson will officially visit the RcM club at its u,sual oon lunch- en meeting. ,Mrs. Jackson will be enter- tained by the ldies of 1%otary udhefle the governor is meet- ig with the Rotations. NEW SUBSCRIBERS New subscribers to the Cheney Free Press the past wek are Mrs. Grace Lun- der, Box 114, Medical Lake; David Moon, 221 College Ave., Cheney, Miss Bonnie Geschke, Chi Omega, 804 Linwen Street, Pullmen; Mrs. Bill Beebe, 1520 Second St., and Jerry Norman, 124 Third St., both Cheney. Recommev:4aions made b the Zoning committee far changes in the Oheney City (3ode relaUng to sing were apTwoved mzd acceded by the City Council. The c]mnges, dealing mostly dth yard space qutrements wilt become effective five days after puhlieatin, Sept 24. The compIete Oee "As. a result of the f0'ng amou,ncemen, it is necessary to suspend flour milling (pr- aU, ons at otr Cheney Milt. Nineteen emlloyees are a'- footed," said Atkinson. Twelve N. B. C. bakeries thvoulout the country ave been shut down by the strike. Charles Shepard's P. O. Appoinlmenl To Be Confirmed .Oles. Shepard, whose ap- palm'nerrt as Postmaser off Cheney by Pres. Lyndn B. J.hns..n awaiting senate co- nrmation, was assured lagt week by Son. Warren E. Mag. nuson that the Senate would ratify this as quickly as pos- sible. Shepard, who rated the highest in the civil seeviee ex- amination take in Sept. 1963 by a ppheats for the position. w, as a clerk in the Cheney ps{ office prior to his present po- sition, accountant at Lakemd Village. Robeet She,a, ,acting as- ter, was appointed in 1963 upon the retirement of Melvin S. Joqes to fi the position until a permanent selection wod be made. Shepard, a Cheney man, at- tended the local schools and graduated 'om Chemey high I. His wife is the former Beaeal W]IIms. "They ave high Choo 1965 , and Tim, a sophonm. Wm parewts are the lace Chester Shepard and Ms. Ber- nice Shepard. FLOAT DANCE IS SUCCESSFUL Dee Jay dnce, sponsor- ed ,by .the Float committee (Miss Kathy Deinigev and Mrs. Bert Ooamth) proved a nctge success. A profit of $120.74 was made. Dale BSack was acthg D. J., therefore the oy ex- pense wus the rental of the city imP. The committee reports that a style s'h, ow  .be hld in the ,near furore to f boost the $209.57 ahad$ de- posited in the heney Bavh off the Seattle First Natimml Newcomers" Club Holds Campus Tour Newcomers' C%u,b of FacLflty Wlves-Facui, ty Women will imM their antml canus tour and coffee kour Saturday, Sept. 25. The tour, Which will be c}ndeted by A10g(n, Will start in ont of Campus Sctmalat 9 a. m. It is advised that low-heeled slmes  be wn for the tour. The coffee hour  be- gin at 10:30 a. m. at the Ime of Ms. Do Patterson, 7h mad D street.  fun-time faculty women and wives vho have been ,here three years or less are invited to attend. Those who do not want to take the tour are mvRed to come to the coffee tu. Widows of Vets To Be Benefited The October dependency ,ad inderamty compentio cheels for wd f veterans Wixse death was attributable to sea-vice  reflect the i- creases in ni,litay pay re- eenly set by Congress, John B. Kitsch, man,get of the Se- attle Vetevan Adfi-tion regional office, annmaed re- cently. These increases, the third to be gvated within the pat two years, ae based tpo the grade and years of service of the ffeceased veteran. ARE YOU REGISTERED? TO VOTE NOVEMBER 2 Friday, Oct. 1, is the last day that Cheney residents, who have not yet registered to vote in the generef and se.ool electio, Nov. 2. Approximately 9,000 pro- ducti0 wrkers at the 12 bak- eries a,re affected. The plants are ,loeted a Atlanta, Pafffat0, Chester, Pa., Chicago, Deve, Fair Lawn, N. J., Hosxm, Oak- land, Calif., PIphia, Pittsburgh, York, Pa., anti Portiami, Ore. Ootraet negiatins f   at ee ha have been a eotme basis f. mve tlmn 20 years, The work pag resulted when oompm mad imin repremmives weee u, rmble to agree ma cer- tain economic 'msues. More Lette. rs To The Eddor Editor's Note: Last week the Free Press published a num- ber of "Letters to the Editor" trom the Library committee written by parsons wanting a public library facility in Che- hey. This week another group of letters, favoring the library, brought in by Mrs. Lou.ise Stearns, chairman, is being )ublished. May people in Ceney have little ecess to books t pes- et. Presehoo  for exa-r6xle, emmet satisfy their cuosity about books, as the school li are dosi@ned to serve their own studenCs, not the whale com- ml. l Charles Buena Vista St. It was indeed a disaplmint- men* to di that  fam- ily couM no ikger nmke our weekly visit to the  li- brary when we zrmved to Che- hey last year.  our oMest child ma use f the Betz school ilary wiaevever p(xble, tbewe wece many weeks during the year whe this was nt avaikble (because school ,had just started w was ahnost over ov wm o vaca- tion). Our _three yunger e.- dren wOVe hrnited to te books aVaihie t .home and thurvh as thece is no I$ in he- rtey to serve kidorgavte and prl childre A pu, hlie li is some- thiz I ,have ahways tak for grmted and used--ev wlmn 1 lived in very sma8 ., 1 wtiss itl Mrs. Pat F_,bm'mer, 504 G It s not the  of the college ]bry to keep abreast of cu, rvent fltkm, and a Im lie lbrary wou.M help meet this need m the anmuty. Ken Hlas, 22 Clover St Sdee i is a foot tlmt av- ing off the Bbrary item wm't the imd,  in- cluding it we't hiak us, I'd like to see the city try it for a year. Even if .they left off $3650 for a i"m, they wOld  need to cut of over $7,000 more t ba]Jall the budget. And comdevi the $18,000 resees, a lllam for a year wuId not put us in the red. So the city (fioh could aford to have the libaxy in 1966, and see ,how the pbliv reacts to it. Mm. S. R. Kin, 205 W 6th The younger olldre, need more ba-ary facilities in the s,nme. They  mome var- iety. Mrs. Ronld Rem, 727 CJver Cheney is the only tow in weh we have red that 'hS n cmmuRity brary. The coIlege li, deeigned and adored to meet the needs of the cohere eommunit3-. (Oontinued on back page) COMMUNITY WORK DAY A strong back, a shovel or rock fork and a cup for free coffee are the only require. merits to join in the com- work day on Bet grounds this Satur- day, Sept. 26, beginning at 8 o'clock. Ray Steiner, chairman, said help is urgently need. ed to complete levellng and mding the grounds before winter. ,