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THE WEEKLY NEWSPAPER SERVING SOUTHWEST SPOKANE COUNTY 69, Number 17 Grounds Volunteer '" "gS L00ork Day ,sB, uccess e tmity 'Work Day' on the Betz school grounds last Sat- , was one f the most successfu lojets undertaken by nll'A and Chancy schools. ot 50 farmers,, housewives, teachers, busmessme,n' and s lvofesonal persons volunteered their servics to work thme ground or serve a hot lnch to the workmem. Ma, ny  doaCed equitnne and numerous families brought food te workmen s hot lunch at noon. g the hmeh were %,A1 Ogden, chairman, Mrs. Murphy, Mrs. Beb Snith, Poy IShe'ood, MIs. Poore arid Mrs. Jim II , Ray Steiner, PTA, and miY Ishe, rved, school pr ion:Chairmen, were astound- f,the number of band lab- ;eers and men with 00'00ath Takes Senmr Its, a Cne- , sept. 24, m a Spoke - S " " i. he was a ,Action off , the daughter of Mr. ,u" John H Heineman Spry, 00ur- and er gran4pr- :ar. a:ud Mrs. Romain m.,, Wepmt, Nab. e, wire wuld have eUt8  month, was a ?'Lyev C00ub, Gir0000' - As'n, Futme Homej  fAmerica, al bas- basebal .ad bowling lt Chancy. She was a body president a the sclool arid had been o:atudorts at Cheey wi emember Canine for rvescent hu.ghter.  services were held ;_ fxm the AlWin Cap- the Hazen and Jaeger lome. Bui, al was ha ,'liaavi cemete in Mow The Wind' School Play ..... Oct. 21 for ", 965-6 yr. Pbert ;.,,preaent l produo . Inhet The Wid" , ,22, a ml 23. roles / "mg e lead  }a, ASB eras., as t vice presidem, as uvmond; Pa Hair , axd _,ary I_aen- trtays Clarence Cares.  be evening per- as well as matinees. stmuld see this pay. Convention ton Federion of ubs will be held ethodist cktweh, This is the Diamond of the Fn.  frs. warr ws- , _rs. o B . B. Ou.t-vg. heavy eqmpment who showed up Saturday morning to help put the Betz scka0,1 grounds iI,to .shape for seedin,g bvfoe had weather sets in. Steiner informed us there were 15 trucks, tvo front oade,rs. (me dozer, a tractor with :a fy.ont losder, s,ome oher equilmen and 1ots of shove rand hand hbor. Galie for the heavy equipmen was fur- nLshed by .local service s,ta- tons nd bulk p. Wih a,H of this expesave equment at work, there were (mly minor accid, ets: one in- volved Kant Sooy's truck whidh as in a mmr ellis- sian with a passeger car; the (ther w,s a Wheel faUig ff Jim Hays dump truck. Pincipal Isherwood sad i.t was gratify'rag ., to have so many participate in the volurteer wrk day arid the mmtee to express *heir thanks to everyone t,h,at ssisted in this loject. The big eam- m:uity effort is gettig to the :happy po"'" and we hpe to see a nce green tuf fo cur school phyground next spri:ng,' he eon,tknued. '66-NewC-n r Showings On New ear howigs by Cffre- rey's three dealers are a spec- ia atmcton this week. ttUffe Pord's 1966 aui mrobles are on ay today, (Oct. 1) arid Chancy Moixr Co.'s slmwia is Coin iaag through today (Fday). Brawn'und Hal- ter Motor Oo. 'hae arranged thor dsp,hay fr Thvschy, Oct. 7. "Let Ye.avlf- Go Wi Plaxmth" is  theme fat the O'y  C. almw. "Eye the 1966 Fords" is the title of latcliffe's showing and "Time To Wait Uniil Oc- tober 7" is the grade line for the Brown arid Halter Cheu- valet show. FIELD TRIALS SET THIS WEEKEND AT TURNBULL REFUGE Retrievers from the United Sts ad Cmda are expect- ed to be eexed in the Spo- kae Retriever Club's fall field Saturday .and Sunday a.t the Tuvnbu Nati,al Wi'ki- lfe Refuge south of Chancy. The amateur ,allage stake will get Under way at 8 a. m. Saturday. The derby stake wil be sarted an hour ltea'. The open old-age stake is schechled ar 8 a. m, Surday to be fol- lowed an our later by the qmifyig stake. y I)ahraea, cub spkes- rrmn said, "The lhlic i in- vited and we'd espeeiaUy like to .have htmews who would like to see exceptional dog Work." Inlroduced al Cheney ary PIA Meeting Monday 'vy Elemeatavy PTA lmkl its first ,general meeting ay, Se@t. 20, irt the Betz gym, with the new presMent, ge Nichols, presiding. Boy Soau troop 56 led the  Mrs. Dona lass paste the ivocatiom tion concermrg the' et-typo PTA was '. After .dseussion voted unam.mousiy the new 91m. It wi ,ieemialLlT the same , but wR,h emlhasis ts imfiatd by the bership with the of the Executive the committee wbe tw genel .dtvig the schol- bogirmirg arid y0000.--The to ,1 wih the Nti0nl ,b_ tram monthly s of the Execu- nd Execuve k)m-  attendance. Some projects are: R. Dea audette of the Cam- pus sChoal, and Prneila I- roy Ishea0od, principal of Btz elemen%ary were intro. du,cd and the principals, in turn, in, traduced teachers of their schools. Mr. Ishevwood used an over- ,head In'ejector to show names, grades, and room numbers of Betz teachers. Dr. @audtte composed ,original ,poems about each of hi, s teachers as introdutior. Teaers took their places at desks, where parents is- teed for ,an attendance con- test. First prize wen to Miss MoTlarrity's second grade at Itz. Mrs. Hazel Raid's room, 4th grade at Betz, won second ad Ralph Sedwek's fifth Cheney, Washington. Friday, October 1, 1965 TIME OUTCommunity work day on the b'y e PTA. In the loader are Walter L. Pow- Betz school grounds last Satdrday was one ers, Merritt A. Jehnson and chairman Ray of the most succes.ful projects undertaken Steiner. L!llard Corbit is in the truck cab. New Free Press subscrib- tMmtmal Spend ,,,.w su..,.,. " " ina Necessary ers are Y. Akiyama, Rt. 3, I _ -- _" -- 214 D St., and Herbert Gun-IIo Balance 1966 City Bud Box 45.A, Patric}a DeFrain, ' gel d??.n, 1514 Second St: a11'. ) Balarn,g Vhe City f Cherrey s 1966 budget took erable .or t.neney; mrs. t'walllr,nH hrrrfia  ';,1,n v,n, ...... r,.ri--.. ^  ..... ..a ...  r---- r7-- .... .'-a ....    eeting. The 'ih-":t", M::,,",,"=,,'I' qoffi6ia hea:6.mg f the $134,000,000 City budget will be Spangle. I x, ............. I Councilmen preent nv3ud- -7-.----'-- . ,-------- led George Fisher,. . layor-pro- a mr l-m property., raxe. tastern uays. ]mMSrid nn h=:bsnce. xrnt' wr$42',0 esmmtea 1, ....... J 1_,_!_, ]ma,n Iove, Dr. Jaes'IJn, icrArthei, oPo; e vene ])pofl$or00:o AOBln, ]Elmer Luiten, mcha Hage- ' }ee m^e. ear. y as'- - " /lin d Stehn Wise mate s a l,ooo m ne uity rl=nen =t fl|m=v " be eurient expertise fund, Light fund. ..... yuwn u q, nulUIUA which lacked $t1,000 to cover Lozetea from ne srtm,ate estimated 1966 expenses, was budge:t was $3650 origLnalr Eastern Days Will again be sponsored this year by the campus radi, o station KEWC during,,t, he week o4 Oct. 25-30. A Miss Eastern I)ays" dll :he selected froan fresh- mn d ophomre coed cn didlates by the Chancy march. ames and wi be  in bah,ced by adcfitinl uex- p revenue ami reducing or del'eting severM itern. City Olerk Roy Foss rertma- ed that Ch.en"s 1966 vuaan, released by the Couiy Asessor's office, is $2,892,456 d0aing $43,386: che00ey, she Wm'FACULTYW00ES receive a $175.00  d- PLAN ated by the Oheey avreh- aats. As weI as reigning over the week's activities,  ride in the LhO - ode Nov. 6. Joh Reed, -team Days chairman, sad t the ImP- .pose  Eastern Days is to pro- nmte bemr tudentess man rehtionhips and to c- quaint studens with the ad- waixtages ,of .shopping i d.m- Che*ny. Disc }ckey shws vi1 ar- inate from data: stores each day du tlmt week. A city lall dance wiil c'x the ]week's activities on Sauay nighL HOUNDS TREE THREE BEARS In a bac hunting t,p Sat-[ urday east of Everett, hounds[ ownd by Ltthor Peten of I EspanMa ad l other, R, al-I n Paterson of Medical Lake, set a record. The dogs treed thane bhck bear ranging in weigt fom 130 to 350 pound in 20 mix- us after the men reeazd @0gs. The bea elhnbed the 'same tree. With the Peterrs were B Hannah_in ,of Hflb0wo, I1.,  E. M. Brown of Medi- cal Lake. WEATHER Max Min Pre. Sept. 23 ............ 66 52 .00 Sept, 24 ............ 73 51 .00 Sept. 25 ............ 75 57 .00 Sept. 26 ............ 66 53 .00 Sept, 27 ............ 58 53 .00 Sept, 28 ............ 59 51 .00 Sept. 29 ............ 63 43 .00 aecufive lmard of the rn Ws.rngton Ste Co- tege Faculty Wives- Women w,ll meet Tuesday eve- ning .at  home of Mrs. George J. I&bat, president, in its final mootig piov to elec- ti)on of rmw officers. ,Of fleers ad comnittee chain attewlirg, vl wffi make fnl report, icude Mrs. Ohare W. Bootlx vice prident; Mrs. DonId F. Godwn, seereOa'y; Mrs. D. P. Prekegas, Vrerer; Mrs. Ray- mod P. Whitfield, fal clair- mma; Mrs. Merritt Johnson, winter; Mrs. Henry. D. Kiss, spring; Mrs. Wayne C. Loom- is, summer, and Mrs. Rgbe A. Heinemnn, nwcler. AlSo attending will be Mrs, Ke'rmeh K. Kermedy, EWSC U,nversity Dames Club advis- er, mad Mrs. Roland B. ast predrtt of the EWSC cul, ty Wives-laelty Woann. :;, ,. , . .. MILWAUKEE DEPOT NO LONGER HERE Clmay's Unlm Pacific de- pot, krvn as the Mflwu depot, ha r'flfly been dtls, mantled. A 1' hu the city, it was believed to have been built in 1910. MRS. CICERO HOSPITALIZED ,Ms. Maxine Stifler is ac- i secvetry at the Seldom1 District's Administration offfice in ,the absence of Mrs. Dwnhy Oieevo. Mrs. Cicero underwent major surgery Mxraday al is reeuperati:rg at Savred Heart h,0spihal. pMmaed ibr t Oity librm3r fa- cihty mt $4,500 for stet eqmpmeat reserve. To finally aive at a bah,tree it was nee- essa to subtract $1500 farm the L. I. D. gumny fund and $2,050 fro the kre depart- merit. Fislmr exldned that re. g of minimal speving by the city,  hem in re- .rye lt  been  acemnu- over the ysrs had o' be treed  tmianee tMs year's budget. An exmm#e of such a faxl is the  suaxlus off $13,700 l, ieh is being spe th yzar. Betz School Offices Are Filled 5an Waddgton was elect- ed president of the student body ,at Betz school for the first semester in edectians held l,at week. Dan Salter w:s elected vice- president arid Sharon Deinin- fev ected as secretavyda'eas Ul'il'. Cass officers aye as h)llms: 8-1's: Tim Morlan, chairman aal Snda Cre, secrery; 8-2's: ack Moseyed, Clmirma a)rgi  Giles, secrerdq 7-1's $dy McMm, chairman and Ky Ham, retary; mad 7-2's Bob Pierce, chaixanan and Rateliffe, see. Cheney Students Win Promotions Two Oheaey students at EW- SC have won promafi av assignments in the  re- serve officers trainmg crps unit. Tlmams W. W  off Dr. nd Mrs. W C. W1- on, has been peomoted to ca- det lieueamat eokmel d has been  as brigade cam- manflr. Wiln is a seni ien major at EWe. Frank E. Ham, sm af J. P. Luoa has beri proanod to cadet captain and ms been a signed us a comma,nd clinic pre-camp tainiag gvotp exec- uve offir. A 1959 ladate (ff Oheney high chol, Ham is a juai(r maj in speh at BWS. Cheney Gun Club To Hold Ham Shoot Ohen, ey Gun club will hod its avmual ,ham mad turkey shoet Sunday, Oct. 3 at te trap r(mmis,  improvemert, grade wn ghird prize. Priz 1965 CONSERVATION FARMERS--Mr. and Mrs. Schmidt and  of se (Such were awarded ,on a percentage their two sons, Schmidt Bros., and a daughtr.ih,law, Mrs. ';ncira,. e.), a ctr- basis. . ...... Richard Schmidt, were chosen Conservation Farmers for 1965 uavestigtion o pro'- Oake, ice cream  co t- ,.- ...*k--A. .,,-n- *-rrito ,, Their farm is located on it'- ,w,t,,a ., =,- w, , wu w* ..... ,.--- ................. h, ..... " m--a|ta Left to rinht- ......... ' ............... I hmidt, their /[l',,; in .t,kae rtv4 er the win- Robert Schmidt, his parcht, Malda and We ter S m R , rii 1 ni rooms, daughtetg, in law, Berntce, and Dick Shmldt. T  S,ng will begin at 10 a. m. and run until the crmvd t.Mm auL There will be gmnes and hmches avahble on the gaxmad. PreValent Howard Fo0s says "T,_s is a good time far tmnt- ers to m'mrpen up their eyes." Single Copy 10 Cents Waller $chmidl and Schmidl Brothers Seleded 1965 Conservation Farmers Sedmid Bros., and ate, , havre been lected Con. servation Farmers ir 1965. The fanily, consistirg ef Walr and son Bob and Dick, re,let e Suthet  and Water Crsevati  ad wi be Iron, red hte m the year ,at a Sayvee sp banquet d&mr n heney. Ac- cordirg to Jevold Bez, ehva ,a of the SWC, a tour of the corservati,0 farm has been lamud for 1:30 p. m. Tlmmday, Oct. 14, 1965. The public is eeotmged to atend. The Schmidt family has al- ways ainVained a well baan- ed con,servation proga.m n their 1350 acre farm lcated one mile South of Pl.aza. Darly in 1940 a sweet clover green manure rotation was adapted to the fwm. In later yearn, as ,sweet el.over weevil beta, me a prll,em and grin allotments entered the picture, sweet el'o- ver was rephced with ong term seeings of grass and l- fMlfa. The present rtaton on the arm consists f wheat, peas, baley aud ummer i- low intermingled wth e partin of grass and alfa. Sttflle ,lmraim has beem a rmnxistaat pase in the 5clmit vobtary. Waltzer says he cammt remember Vahe time when stublxe was nen- tmrml]y, burned an  h lad. (:K-vaonally, he said, we ld to bur out a rea lmavy draw m order to farm it, but then we always coafied 00re t?, the pos. o0junction wih the soft imng crop x)taims the Se]mdts ha.e grad_ed water. Death Takes Mrs. Harding Friends were to grieved hear of the death of Mrs. Corn B. Harding ast week in a Spo- kane hospital. Mrs. Harding, age 83, and her 'late husband made lir ome in Oheney some years a,g when ,he as the loyal agent for the U.ion Pacie rd. They hvd in  de- pet buildir, g recentb] moved away. She *,wa a mmb of " chayter, OIi, end s col clubs while here. Survivors are one aunt, Let- tie Brazer, of Genesee, Idaho and a eoun, Gerad Hedem of loooow. Graveside servicers were heht Tuesday, Se. 28, at the Ge eemetecy with Tlorn- hil.GerahCy Funeral home in chage. Dr. I. B. Murphy Eleded to AA@ Dr. John B. Murphy, 115 Coilege Ave..has been elected to active membership m ttm American Academy of GeaeVa Pravtiee, a national seiation of 29,000 family doctors. As a  off the AA@P, Dr. Murphy will be reqmre to emplete 150 trouts f Imst- graduate medical study every three years. The pm, tmique anrg mediea - actans, is designed to help member phys.,arts a, breot of the htest scientific developnets in mede-. tmded in 1947, t AAG is the cou.,ntry's secend natimml medical tion. a,ys, installed 4vewions, con- s*ructod a pond, and seeded out critical sMpes to perme- ant staIds f gvae and leg- t112. Air/rough a lkmed timber marmgement progra, m wa at adapted on the farm woodcuts uh:l 1964 the Sc ,hmidts ae always wrkd toward that gol. VChe wood was %ded for fuel, the dead, disetl acl ixtjured trees were ud fr livesek eaiamet the 1i1 f  were r nved tl  as in lmAg s'. mcet years a compe2e system b bem riu. talon the  date, ras and   ed lag, fermir   data field by  Bb ta these  haw proved a vahhle aid in mak. Ing decisions. The Sefflid family ae. continuousl been . Walter srved ny years as a   t North l_le ,an, d R(al. Bob is the paument master of the Pla- za grange. Dick, t ollwin i,n the path of his dad, i a mere. ,ber of  Roslia Prancers of rectam. Bob ad Dick are active in crrmumy fire =disteiot tn'ogaava. Pvt. Luther Sanden (ompleles Training Ft sin, 0. (,a5")-- Pet. Luther k  a ee at me  Artme a.- Missile Cener, Fot Sill, Oka., Sept. 23. Smadrs was  in Treparation, loading, and fir- ing of field ,aille gns aml homitze. The 22-yeax-oki sklier efft- tered the Army ia ly off this yea ad received basic ivt, ing at Fert Leonm- Weed, Mx He is a 1962 graduate of Plain, Merit., high solum. Bank To Discount All Canadian Coins Beginning Monday, Oct. 4, the Cheney Branch of the Seattle First National Bank will separate and discount all Canadian coins, accord- ing to W. Ed. Betz, local manager. CONTRIBUTIONS ASKED FOR LOCAL BLOOD BANK Cheney idents can earn tribute to the Cheney ucccmt in t I 'niand Bmpire BIk0d Bak by doag blood tmly (Yay) from 8 a. m. to 2:30 in the smd coaCer off Louise Andev Hag at ,lilatern W_ingto Stme . Alex Rajala Tells of Week Spent at Camp Seabeck By Alex Reich / My ip to Camp abevk rely began with a ferry o Bremerton on Aug. 22. It was octld and windy, amt the boat was .illed wit ahout 200 rep- resentatives from 80-me schools across the state. I knew only one boy then. Yam Bremerton we took a bus to Camp Setback. Wht is Camp Seaheck? It is ,located at Seabeck, Wash., um this side of Hood Canal. It ,has n area of 700 acres and is owned by the Cleman fam- ily of Seattle. But even more. Seabeck is a leadership train- ing va,mp, a place f yomg people to learn from one an. ether. Seabek is move a s]irit than a phee. Our five dys at were filled wih absovMtg and challenging activities. We had leetu every m on the broadest goals of student governme. We we to atom- es eentafing on sash  as Sttrdent-FaeuRy R e ! a t i o Communication, and neh- int n Effective Meettt. All of us had cotmei}s where we leaxed to work togeth ef- fectively and democratically on several difere plojects. And we a]l had fn du.ring the planed recreao periods. hay did we do a off this? Wel, atr conferetn af Sea- beck was cmpas of sCuden leaders--about hal fr(nn Se- attle and the rest af us the rest of the state. The aM aims of th2s oonfermx( mere -faki. First, to loam the proper funetimm of the stulent leler. Second, to d:_a. cover the be way to gt thi ns done. And third, to find the most effective ways to work with papule. I .hve gained a much geatex i into my proper le as AS Pvemt ln I md before. So our cnerenee erred it had beJ, with a boat ride bav.k aerom tim Sound. It w eotd and windy onc ati. BtK, , I dtdat feel the oold ov te wind. The bo was fted with 200  my  frkm.