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THE 68 Nunber 16 nrt00 ON RESULTS defeated Richard 306 to 283, with D. Roseilini trail- with 168 otes in Che- in the pri- Iast week. Cheney results: OFFICES (U. S. Senator) &apos;M. Ja,ckson (D) ........ 369 C. Dewitt (D) .......... 15 Bryant (D) .. 38 A'rches (R) ...... 258 in Congress) (R) .................... 390 (R) .................... 126 S. Foley (D) ........ 161 OFFICES (Governor) J. Evans (R) ............ 06 D. IoseilirA (D) .... 168 G. Christeaen (R) 283 " MeDomneil (D) 16 (D) ................ 5 Petersen (D) .... 14 (R) ................ 0 Governor) Cherbevt D) ........ 304 Satiacum (D) 50 "Bill" Olsezt (R) .... 57 Jr. (R) 129 Gustafson (R) 63 !-"Iill" Goodloe (R) 91 of State) (R) .................... 121 (D) ............ 263 (D) ........ 101 (R) ................ 121 Krame (R) .... 64 A Rosst (R) ........ 29 Treasurer) (D) ................ 91 Alexander (R) .... 240 S. O'Brien (D) ........ 132 Smith (D) ................ 73 Wext (D) ........ 37 (D) 32 (D) .... 62 (State Auditor) 'Bob" Graham (D)....218 (D) .................... 119 (R) ............ 85 Fleming (R) ........ 139 R. Stewart (R) .... 127 General) (R) ................ 287 O'ConneU (D) ........ 360 Public Instruction) ........................ 427 "BiW' PatrLck ........ 87 .................... 58 amissioner of Lands) (D) .................... 350 Carke (R) ........ 263 LEGISLATIVE Senator, 5th Dist.) Cooney (D) ............ 520 (R) .................... 277 (R) .......... 106 Rep. 5th Dist.) Soling (R) ........ 267 McCormick (D) 189 Akers (D) ................ 84 .4.cKee (R) ............ 108 J. CroRin (D) ....... 130 Hickman (R) ........ 45 (R) ................ 57 (D) .......... 276 COUNTY (Pros. Attorney) A. Kakn, (D) ............ 316 Tansley, Jr. (R) 279 JUDICIAL preme Court Pos. !) Ott .................... 338 E. Evans ................ 245 )reme Court Pos. 2) W. Hill ................ 431 reme Court Pos. 3) Hun, ter .............. 434 preme Court Pos. 4) ........................ 430 Court Dept. 1) H. W ........ 438 Court Dept. 2) Foley .................. 496 Court Dept. 3) Roe .................... 449 uperior Court Dept. 4) Evans .................... 473 Jperior Court Dept. 5) F. Kelly ................ 469 Court Dept. 6) Edgerton ............ 460 Court Dept. 7) Lally .................... 457 :MEN HELP PROJECT firemen gave a help- the Lions Club last the Second field. helped by wet- hich was spread infield. They also help toy Scouts in far fLremenship ban in Cheney lifted, but the fire reminds citizens :fires must be complete- sundown. Permits are yew around in the Inquiry Made For Gas Use At New School A ,letter ,of inquiry regard- ing the possible use of natural gas at the new Cheney School District high school was read ,at Tuesday's ,City Council meet.. ing. The letter, written by As- sistant Superinerdent Lowell Poore, fallowed granting of a franchise two weeks ,g.o by the ,council to Washington Wat- er Power Co., to supply n:atur- .al gas at the Eastern Washing- ton State College ,heating pin.at. Use of natural .gas in Che- ney, excluding e EWSC heat- ing plant,  presetly tnnhib- ited by city ordinlance. Some time back the city offered WWP an otorturtity o sup- ply Cheney with natural gas if the company would agree to pay a franchise tax. The company refused the condi- tious t that time. City Attorney Merritt John- son recommended th,at a let- ter of response be forwarded to Poere e.xpl:ainn!g that use .of natural gas is pvo,hited by .ordinance .and i.s not available. i The final budget hearing I will be held Oct. 5 at 11 a. m. at the City Hat1. A special i meeting of the council is ptan- i ned that day ,at nroo to ap- i prove the budget. Mayer No- la'n Brown eca[led that no one has appeaxed at a budget hear- ing to protes or approve a i Chen,ey city budget in his [memory. Forage Testing ]Serw(e Program IStarts Od. I ,WaShington State Universi- I ty's forage testin,g service will [again operate on a ourmonth [basis, beginning Oct. 1, G,ilbext [ H. Heggemeier,, courty exten- I sion agent, announced today. Dairymen, cattlemen, feed- lot operators and other live- stock producers,, can take the guesswork out of their feed- ig operations by having hay land silage samples tested dur- ling the period, Oct. 1 to Feb. 1. The four.month operation of the forage-tesfin service is designed to help producers bala rme their feeding ration cluring the important feeding months. The forage test, Hegemeier explained, shows the ,amour of moisture, protein and total di- gestible nutrients in hay and silage, plus a pH test for de- gree of acidity in silage. Cost of testing each sample is $7.50. he price includes the cost f the shipping carton. Ca, ros, sampling inrstruc- tions and equipment for taking core ,samples re avilaMe at the county extensio office. Additional details on forage sampling are conSul, ned in WSU extension circular 321: "Test Your Forage, It Pays." Copies are available at the ex- tension office, Heggemeier said. Harold Stevens Named To Office in Theater Group Dr. Harold K. Stevens, chain-- mart of the Ea,sea-n Washing- ton ,State College department of drama, speech and adio- television, ha,s been elected secretary-treasurer of the newly formed Washirto.n As- sociation of Theater Artists. Formed at a recent meeting at the University of Wa.shing- ton, the group will "pomote the weIfare of, and interest in theater in the State of Waslh- ington." Membership in WATA is open only to those who are professionally employed at east half-time in the theater arts and is by invitation. Bid Accepted: Rielard Meyer of Cheney accepted a hid ron Sigma Ch fmtermty following the end of rush week activi,ies at Wash- i ington State University recent- i ly. WEEKLY NEWSPAPER Cheney, CAKE ADMIRED--Members of the PTA refreshme,t commit. tee are admiring a cake made and decorated by Mrs. Bert Con- rath, secretary, who made a replica of the PTA emblem com- plete with the organization's colors of orange and green. The cake was served to about 200 parents and teacher$ attending the first fall meeting Monday evening, hosted by the executive council. Pictured are Mrs. Don Helm, Mrs. Conrath, Mrs. Lee Ableman, chairman, and Mrs. Harry Mosman. 200 Attend [M F i rs t PTA enlai Deficiency ]Convention Set Gatherings" ion Convention of the Amer- Almost 00 parertts and 1 teachers attended the firs icon Association 'on Mental meeting this year of the Ele- Deficiency will be held in Spo- mentary Schools PTA Moncay kane Oct. 2-3, Val,do A. Jack- eveRing, conducted by Dr. W. I,. Powers, lyresidet. The hspitali'ty chahnnan, Mrs. J. Cbatburn, introduced parents who presented teach- ers from the Betz and Campus scbools. Campus teachers and per- sonnel were presented by Ms. L. V. Grafious, Mrs. J. Eugene Fletcher and Dr. Willi,m C. Wilson, prmeilal. Betz teachers were intro- duced by Mrs. Harxy Deinin- ger, Mrs. Jim Wills, Donald Wde and LeRoy Iherwood, principal. The program committee, hc.aded by Rev. George W. Nichols, .arranged for a band I demonstration by eight grade Jmembers o,f the Betz school I bard under the direction o,f I throld W. Harvey. Hosts for the eveling were members of the PTA execu- tive coun:cil, which includes I officers and all standing com- t mittees. Court Results Cheney Justice and Police Court results the past week are as follows: Justice Court Robert H. Barrett, Cheney, f'ailure to keep right of center line, for- feited $12: Claude J. Pitman, Walla Walla, faklure to yield right of way, forfeited $17; Jerry A. Hines, Medical Lake, speeding, forfeited $22; Frank 1,. affney, Sprague, failure to dim lights, forfeited $17. Police Court--Larry Gene Zaring, Cbeney, speeding, fined $20 ($15 suspertd.ed) p,ius $2 costs; Kenneth L. Jones, Spokane, speeding, no valid op- erator's license, fined $20; Wil- lis E. Twiner, 8-3rd St., Cheney, no valid o@rator's license on vehicle, [med $10; Russell A. Hartman Jr., Spokane, failure to stop at sign, forfeited $12. Former Resident Die00 In Indiana Funeral services were held recently for Mrs. Jennie ] Smouse, C8, a farmer Cheney resident at Westville, Ind., ] where she had made her home. Mrs. Smouse, dauhter oi Wesley and Amanda Stark- weather Cattron, was born 17, 1876, at WestviHe. She was married to James M. Smouse. who preceded ,her in death. Survivors are three da.u,ht- ers, Miss H'azel Smou.se, Falls Church, Va., Mrs. Esther Ev- an's, Leavenworth, Wash., and Mrs. Jeanne Swanson, West- ville, and one s(m, Clifford Smouse. SERVING SO:UTHWEST SPOKANE Washington, Frid, Se.pte,nber 25, 1964 !!. son, assistant supea4r, tend2,nt at Lkeland Village, s,id tday. Theme .of the ccnventi, on is  'Mental Retardation--Coo:pev- , ation or Chaos." The sessions will be at the Davenport Hotel. COUNTY Burning Ban Lifted Due to weather conditions the fire ban n buring is no longer in effect. However. burning may be done during dayght hours on, ly. Fire must be completely extinguished before dark. Permits .are required before burning and may be obtained from volunteer firemen. Clief Charlton Casey Hanrahan Elected President C,a,sey Hanrahan was elected president of the student coun- cil at Betz Elementary. school Friday. O.Lher officers are John Wddington, vice president, and Carolyn Camp, secretaTy- lreasurer. Rom representatives are: 7-tt--Vickie McCoa:ell, chair- man, ,and Kathy Fletehev, sec- retary; 7-W--Jack Momna,n, chairman, and Tom Stone, sec- retary; 8-1--Don Simmons, chairman, and Gaff Mich,aelsen, secretary; 8-3--Jim La,bsh, chai,rman, and Donna HarEs, secretary. The student cou,cil handles activities for severVh and eighth grades at Betz. Magic Show 'To Feature Prince Zogi Prince Zogi, aloeafing (m the steage in le,r.son wLth his TV Variety Revue at the Ohe- hey High School a.udtorium in Cheney, on Oct. 17 t 8 p. m. under the auspices of Che- n'ey Lions Club, ,has rally beat tbe fabled Hindu fakixs at their own g.me, according to C. A. Frank, director of the show. Frank says that while every- ,one has heard of the famed Hindu rope trick, supposed ,to have ben seen by the. first tourists to visit India, and now known to be just a figment of someone's imagirmtior there is truI, y one stunt actually per- formed by the Indian m,edi- cants that does rate a lift of the eyebrows, and t'ht is the "growing" of the Ma.ngo tree. The Hi.du srtarts with a tiny seedling ,and while covering nd uncovering it, firmlly de- velops the sprig into a small man,go busch. This bit of wiza'dry, accoxd- ing to Frank, was the in,spia- tion that sparked the latest production in the twoho,u performan:e of the TV Variety Revue. In this newest act, Zogi shows a large ora.ne tree to be completely bare of fruit. W'hi't:e a thusmd pairs,oees watc..aact .wit3mut ,- ing the tree, Zogi g0ws real .oranges that develop from tiny buds to the ull blown fruit in less time than it tak to tell. Even the skeptics are cn- vinced as Zogi cuts the orang- es from the tree and tosses the frttit into the audience for consumption. All this  accom- plished on a brflKanly lighted stage, and without covering the tree. The ,oanges are not only edible, but they are the sweetest, juciest oranges pos- sible to produce. How does Zo, do it? Fr, ank won't tell, s he says the sec- ret belongs only to Z,oi. It may be science, or modern chemistry. It may be a bit of illusion, but whatever it is, it it somettfing new and enr- tairfirg, as 'are all the acts in this new stage show. Thee w'ill be music, comedy and n.ov- elty acts, something to please everyone is promised. Much interest has been manifest, and lrge crowds are expected .to attend this one-time only per- refinance. Single Copy i0 Cent WORK PROGRESSING---Constuction progress on the new Cecil' Dryden Hall at Eastern Washington State College is now underway. Named after an associate professor of history emeritus at the college, who is a Cheney resident, the new hall will house 246 women students and will cost an estimated $1.253 million. Culler, Gale, Martell and Ericson are Absentee Ballots Approve New High School Building By 80 PerCent Majority Don't Set Clocks Daylight Savings time does not end until the last Sunday in October, contrary to some notions that it will end Sun- day, a spokesman at the City Hall said today. School District Request Approved A request by the Cheney School District ,that ,he Amber Di:strict participate in finan- ing the new high school was approved Tuesday n,Jht by the Spokane County Commit- tee for School DiStrict Organ- ization. A public hearing is svhed- uled Oct. 5 at 8 p. m. on the proposal. The Amber District, if the request is approved at i the hearing and by the Sta,te Board of Education, probably will have ,a bo,nd election in December to provide $119,000, Amber's share (g the new bull(ring. The 65 absentee ballots cast in the Cheney School District bond and levy election last week approved the new ,high school by about 80 per cent. Superintendent William J. Riggs said the bortd i.ssue re- ceived 51 "yes" votes and 12 "no" votes. The $evy received 47 "yes" votes azd 12 "no' votes. This validates the election and assures construction of a new high school in C:heney to be ready for use the Fall of !967. Figures released Wednesday by the county a, udi;tar's of flee ptt the final vote on the bnd issue at 1,1.36 "yes" votes amd 614 "no" votes. The levy re- ceived 1,085 "yes" votes and 642 "no" votes. The final percentage of ap- proval for the bortd issue is 64.9 per cenlt, up rom 64.3 per cent before the absentee ballots were counted. The f'maI levs, percentage is 62.8 ler cent up rrom 62.1 before t;he absentee b,llots. A total of 1,750 votes were ctst on the bond issue and 1,727 on the levy. Four Lakes Fair ISchool Food Is Big Success tGroup Meets (Held over from last week) FOUR LAKES--Glenn Dob- bins, president of the Four Lakes Community Fair Board, said the F.air last weekend was a great success. Dobbins said he wan.ted to express his thanks t,o the cha(irmen and their connfit- tees and to each individttal who worked at the Fair, held Saturday at  Lakes Grange. Each booth wa,s awarded a blue ribbon, including the Four Lakes PTO; Four Lakes Community Church; Fotr Lakes Grange Auxiliary.; Hub Club, Cheney Ranchers 4-H and Busy Fingers 4-H. The grand prize in the i adult division was awarded to Hub Club's b,o)th. The youth division award went to Busy Fingers 4-H. The final board meeting will be held Wednesday at 8 p. m. at the grange hall, Do,bhi.ns said. TAXI SERVICE WILL CEASE The Cheney Taxi service, operated by tt,vey Ashburn sin:co 1954, will ce,ase to oper- ete ,after tomorrow, As,hburn said today. Insufficient passenger fares and high o.verhead costs make it n, ecessary to abandon the business, he explained. The first meethag of the Cheey-Medical Lake chapter of the School Food Service as- sociation ,a,s-hed at Sun,set school Sept 14. Reports on the national cn- vention of the School Food Service in Porthnd last Aug- ust were given by Rosemary Parks, Doothy Kukuk, Lila Swanson, Juani, ta B4uteher and truth S. Story. A special cake and gift were presented to Bessie Dare, Who reti, red as head e(mk a,t Wind- ser school on Aug. 31. The Cheney-Medical Lake Chapter is in charge of regis- tration for the annual "Boss- es Dinner" to be held at Joel E. Ferris High School on 0. 15. Details for this part of the dinner will be worked out at the next meet'rag on Oct. 5 at the ,home of Remaxy Parks. Engel On Committee Eldon Engel, C!heey }gh School and Eastern Washing- ton State College driving in- structor, has been named to the Adviscry Committee for Chrysler Corporation's nation- wMe driver education pro- gram. 'Shots' Available Sulk polio vaccine atd other inoculations will be aaiae in the Cheney American Ig- ion Hall M<md,ay at 9:30 a. m. the architects; Selkirk Construction Company is the general contractor. It is hoped to have the building sufficiently fin- ished to close it in this winter so work can continue on the interior. Completion is scheduled for the fall of 1965. It is located between 9th and 10th on Cedar.