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Page 2 Cheney Free Press Friday, October 8, 1965 OHENEY FREE PRESS ESTABLISHED 1896 PUBLISHED AT 412 FIRST ST., CHENEY, WASH. Entered at the Post Office at Cheney, Washington, as Second Class Mater under the Act of March 5, 1897. Issued every Friday morning at Cheney, Washington. Spokane County Subscriptions ................................ $4.50 per year All Other Subscriptions ........................................ $5.00 per year G. T. FROST .................................. PUBLISHER NATIONAL EDITORIAL Editor&apos;s note: The Board of Directors of Cheney School District No. 360 authorized Superintendent William J. Riggs to direct a letter to Mayor Nofan Brown and the State Highway Department recommending a pro- , posed Eastern Washington State College Ac, cess route for thr specific reasons stated in the following letter: Mayor Nolan Brown and Members of Ci,ty Council, CAty of Cheney, Chancy, Waxlington Gentlemen: The board of directors of Chene,y School District 1'o. 360, ,after careful d.elibevaion covermg tim period ,of several weeks, took action at the regaxlar bea, rd meting on Sep- tember 22, 1965 to recommend that the route of the pvotxxd Fastern W,ashington State College .nccess road be placed in the county but adjacen,t to the nrth city Rmits tine of the City of Cheney. The members o4 the board of drectoas rec- ogaize that they ,are n't in a position to make this recommendation from an en,gineering stmrtdpoin,t, lor ks the board un-syrnpathec to other p_n`ts af view in the community Which hold that the route of the proposed access road houM be other than that Which he school board is proposg. Hever, from the school boa's point of vew, following ,are masons which the board hopes wl re- ceive caafut consideration tn the final se- lection of the mute: 1) The route aMng the nvrth city limits would open up an arterial which wu'ld pro- v.e et-west access adjacent to the laew Cheney High School. The .board feelS  is imp0artt because, the deveholment of the amw I-ItCh Sch<ol wll generate coasidezable traffic from students, patrons and sol, eel buses. The schoo board wouM point ou,t to the heney School Distric,t tires outside of the city of @honey m,asfly in Foair Lakes:, Hay- ord, A'.ay Heights, Garden SpaSrrgs, Wind- Sor arid Mashal. The board of direc,tors ,aould rot object to the ,access rod having an arterial speed limit lheed upon it even *lmugh it is adjacent to the High Soo,]. The sdmol board wouM phe a .chain ink ence between sehoo property and the road. 2) The route aong the rorth city limits wuM prde se,paration between fueure etmeartary school attendmee reCs as the City of Cheney grows. The beard is vtafly irtevesd in tmving arteal which pevae attendan areas, rather than divide an area. The beard's best inrrrmi<m a this time hdicaes that a school wuld be built in the future along Betz road; were the - terial to felinely Be,tz road it wotdd lrovide a hazardous situa,tion for e 'drert coming to the ele,metaaT sdmol. 3) The r0te the north city limits olr}d enter Highway 10 at a poin,t which would at]w adequate svparation betweem it and the pvesen`t railroad tracks. A route along the noth city lkmits would ,also elimi- rmte the need for the presen,t 180 degree turn from Highway 10 onlto Be,tz road. There- fore the route ang the rorth citty limits wold ,atov use of the road by ds,trict schl buses bringing chdtdren in.o the High School artd Jun:ior High from the neath. Presetty the district school buses make a mandatory seep a,t the railroad crossing on Highway 10 which is very ctose to the ent- rartce of B,e,tz rod. If heavy traffic were to be ",directed d,on Be,tz road it wuM create some rcompatioillS for school bses and col- lege stu@en,t drivers: both as buses make their .stop a,t the mila,ad taeks al then puff back onto Highvay 10 just as college student driv- ers try to turn right onto Be,tz read. Pres- ently the Betz read is unusable by our buses si.nce ,the 180 degree turn on it from the highway is bo'h 'hazrdou,s ,and too sho for long sclool buses. It is the schoal board's considered omot that a route aIbng the rmrth ,city tmits would elimirmte the haz- ,ardous re,ltio,nship with the rao,ad cross- i,rg .ad allow school buses to use the route. Avaita, bi.lity <rf the route wl,d relieve city stree of vonserable school bus traffic morning  afternoon and wo]d also make it avaihble to peop coming to the new High School for night activities. The bard of dectors of Cheney School District No. 360 wutd hoge that City and State affi,cMS  give careful cortside,ration to the sol,eel board's poins of view o the matter of the protmsed access road. The board has atttempted to view the problem of establi,shng the route bh from the stand- point ,of the special interes,ts of the school district and bes. interests of the coma-nmaity artd Eastern Washingtxm State Colge. The sclmol board feels that this new rod is a vi- tal need for the community and that it can arid should serve many  beyond ln'O- vidirg ccess to college studets. Members of the stx board or representative of the school admin"'ration wlffi appreciate the oppovtmlity to lmrticpate in ftr discus. sion of the rte o the aew ctss road. Sincerely, William J. Riggs, Supe'mtende,nt Spangle News By Jeanne Green CALL FOR BLOOD The Spere accn at the Spokane Rood la ks. down to rtothiatg once gtdn. The Spangle account kas far same time (.one year) been, furnish- ing   J*utie Gough, wlm at this time is taking four pints every three weeks. Friday night Joe Bevs ws rushed to e hospil and immedely aequired *fie pints of ,bood. He ha, s ad amt witl require .more bhxd. We urge anyone able to give Wined to do so. The cmmun- ity would gpprecate nyoe outsid the Spangle area giv- ,ig to our acourt if they do mt give to a special account. We wan,t to ,hop both o these families, but it is hard fo a CALL FOR BIDS Eastern Washington State College Separate sealed bid propos- ais are available for education- al equipmertt and/or supplies by Eastern Washington State Coltege in tlm office of the Di- rector of Purchasing, Roam ]21, Show,Rer Hall. Proposal forms may be ob- tained at the above office. T. T. Wall Director of Purchasing. (July 1, I965-July 1, 1966) Directory m O. B. Electric PERSONALIZED SERVICE Wiring Elect. Heat, Motors, Pumps Rt. 1, Spokane CH. 4-2705 City Dry Cleaners CLEANING PRESSING ALTERATIONS LAUNDRY SERVICE 322 FIRST 235-4732 ELECTRIC SERVICE AT ITS BEST Phone 2354410 EDGETT BROS. t i community our size to keep the acvount full tly sirme the ,iltlneSs of Julie Gou, gh, a year ago. BOOSTERS MEET The first meeting o the West Liberty Boosrs me,t en Sept. 28. Mrs. Alhet Bbb was inlled as vice presden,t and Mrs. Virff'd ' Pil was install- ed as the new treasurer by Mrs. Bud Morga. Pvesid,n,t, Mr. Cahil named the new cl-mirme of terroriSt- tees or the year. They are: Membership, Mrs. Pa Ander- sn, Budget ad Finmqee, Mrs. Mange Deo; Health, Mrs. Erma,n J olmsan; Pttblicity, Mr. Attain Vogt and Mr. Dick Potter; RefeSkmenCs, Mrs. Gegegene Ka'phn; Hospta']- ity, Mrs. Jeanne Green, and Program, Mrs. Bobby Bbb. M00ry ed the West Liberty schoo teaehe and their mes and presented them with ear- sages and boutneers. ATTEND MEETING Fourteen laflies of Prinrose Pbekh odge attended the district meeti, rg Which as held in Spokane, Saturday. Mrs. Luie ttman was eeeted and "ms, fRed as `the 1965-66 6islet presiden,t; Mrs. 'MiMe Kn,uth ad Mrs. Wil- ma Knuth were .nstalled as her ri,ht and left supporters. Ladies veh ttended were Mimaie Kmat.h, Louise Sievers, !Nettle Mill Martha Neilm, !Betty /aird, Bertha Greene- weld. Co.ha Btwns, Anna Suksdorf, tm*ma SclvMer, fan,he HutcMson, Mildred Girsberger, Ela Jones, WI- ma Knuth :and Louise Pitman. TEAM TAKES FIRST R, egves, etin.g Spokane oun- ty on the gas'den jd/ng team at Yakirrra State 4-H Fair we Becky Faig ,and Judy Corua- messer from Slan,gle a,nd Bruce Metzger and Kris,ten ! Gadeken of Spokane. The team placed firvt n the sta`te ou`t of 13 teams competing. Judy was third high individual out of 57 merrrbers participatirg and she received a banner. ach member <m the team received a blue banner and ribbon. Becky alo received a gold medal for hgh individual i scorin.g in the county a,t the Intestate Fair. SCHOOL N-S-- Jackie Ha'. er, Brbara Gd- son and Cin'dy Konshk were etched Jtnior Varsity Cheer- leaders last week. They were chosen from a feld of nine girls. Also elected last week was Janel Thieren as the assn,t treasurer for the student body. The Liberty Lancers again 'k a foat'ba, U game. This `time they lost to Newpo 27-13. Steve Groth stfffeved a hed injury in the fourth quarter. or several, days Steve was un- able to veanember anshing. s eorMition ' fie row b`t he probably wil no be able to play the rest of the . NEWS IN BRIEF tobbe 'C}qJusen 'ad a frierrd visited Mr. and Mrs. Hans Clau- sen ,and Mr. ,and Mrs. Arnold ,Cluse over the weken,d. Bob .expects to be ,back dring the week to tend some mee,t- ings bi hem a Ooltfax. Mr..and Ma, s. Jim Foster, Kimbarly, Robin and Jimmy vited Mr. nd Mrs. Rankle Green and farni Smdy. tbh fatuities were upper guests at the home of Mr. and Ms. Ed Strock. Je Byevs is ha ess ospltM. He was expected to undergo s.urgery Marday af- tera, oon or some time Tuesday, His condition was very much impaired and he had been taken (rut of intensive care Sunday lfiss Judy t.2rd celebrated her 16th birthday Oct. 3. Those ,help4ng hew celebrate with cake and ice cream were her parents and brother Mr. and Mrs. Eb taird and Jay. Mrs. Martha Nellsen, Mr. aad Mrs. Harry Reilly and Beverly, Mr. azl Mrs. Claude Schieche, and Vau,ghn Knth. Reee visitors a`t the ]mme of Mrs. Louise Pittman were her son and family Mr. arid Mrs. Jack Pittman. ,Mr. and Mrs. Ebert Baird, Mr. and Mrs. Vcrne ohnlann and Henry WestfMt recently sepn,t the wee,kesad at Calville. Whie there Mr. and Mrs. Baird attended the 50th wed- dng anniversary for Mr. and Mrs. Louie Iffan. Sunday visitors at the ,home of .Mrs. Lou Pittman were Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Conely and Mrs. Marie Cone'l]y of Cheny. OFFICERS ELECTED The .new .officers or the Spa)ngle C,twistian Ctmrch were elected Sunday. They are, Ben F. Gerling, pastor; chairmn of the toard phil Hall; church secre'tary, Virgin,a Strock; ehu.reh treasurer, Has'old Al- len; trustees, Phil Hall, Ben Gerkirtg, Art Byers, Harold Alien, Hugh Hart, and Julian i Muvp,hy; Sunday school saoer- inteadet, Mabe,l e,rking; as- sistants, Don Jolmsn and Ber- tha Ha. Degartment heads are Anne Ak,en, Downstairs and Virgin- ia Strock upstairs; Sunday school secretary, Elva Jones with :assisttants D,on Johnson and Ruby Hart; Eldea, s, chair- man Harold ABen, Phil Hall, Earl ttohwr, Hugh Hart and Jo liaaa Murphy. Deacons: chairman Art By- ers, Harold Girsherger, Don Johnson, Paul Sievers, and Junior Deacons, Randy Roh- wer, Bill Siewrs and AUan Reily; deaconesses, C aleen Crabtree, chairman, Louise Sievers, Joarme Green, Ruby Hart, Janice Hal, Lola Byers Arm Smith, Edna Reilly, Lau- ra Hm,el-, Mildred Girsber- ger, Grace Parker, Bertha Hall and ]]va Jones. Substitutes are Co]een Crab- tree, Virginia Stvoek and Erma Jh,rtson. Pianist, Grace Byers chairman, teverly Reilly, Lou- ise Sievers ,and Marilyn Siev- era. A sweater is a garment that a child wears when his mother feels chilly. Amber News Mrs. N. A. Cordill AMBER HOT LUNCH Monday -- Hamburger hea- ven, lettuce sah.d, bread and butter, peaches and milk. Tuesd;ay -- Mashed potatoes and hamburger gravy. ,cinna- mon rot'ks, green beans, le,mon pudding and milk. Wednesday- Chili beans, cabbage and apple salad, muf- fins and butter, ch,oclate cake and milk. Tlmrsday -- Meat 1,oaf, corn bvead and butter, ice cream and milk. Friday -- No school. Amber Parents-Teachers Or- gania.tion will hold a regular meeting Oct. 14 at 8 p. m. The Amber Egles squ'ahed the Cheney Vilcings 18-0 in a game of flag-football at the Betz school Thursday after- noon. Enjoying Saturday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. C&enn Bell Glenna, Conni}e and Frank were D,on Grey of Whitefish, Mont., Mrs. Nefie Riddle and Mrs. Vern Dubee, Judy and Mike of Spokane a,d Mrs. Jolm Edmiston of M,ahU. Mr. ,and Mrs. W. Edward Betz, Peggy Sue and Fmnk- i,n acompanied by Mrs. Iah- ryn Schinder were guests over the weeken.d of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wdgand and Janet of Mercer Island. Mr. Betz at- tended the banquet Satu,rd,ay evening of the Qu,ar,ter43entry Club f0r the emp.byees of the Seattle First National Dank, held .at the Olympic Ho,teL Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Craffe, Susan and Brad and Mrs. Wal- ter Sargent of Spokane were Surd, ay dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. A. C'ordill, Kay, Ann and Nels. r. and Mrs. Ron, Md M,Kin- ley, Mike n,d Brenda were Friday evenirg visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mearrill, Keany, Keith and Karrie o,f Slokane. Mr. ad Mrs. ohn M. Har- v' are kouse guests this week of lmr sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Noack of En,ti- at. Mr. and Mrs. Don Lambe, Jill and Chuck medea busi,nes trip to Milton-Freewater, Oe. over the weekend. Friends of Mrs. CLarence Millers' will be h,a!py to hear Jo Een Jordan vas a Sat- urdtay overnight gues,t of he gra,ndparents, Mr. and Mrs. H, arve Jordan. that she lft Los Angeles by plane Sept. 28 f.r W,as:hin,gto, D. C. She will be visiting her nephew and amily, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hughes. Mr. Huhes is a former resident of th'i,s area end is quite we,ll known A A m D Ford Motor Companyhas honored Ratcliffe Ford with the FORD DEALER AWA R D in recognition of Progressive management... Modern sales and service facilities... Sound merchandising practices... High quality standards... Continuing interest in rendering superior service to Ford owners during the year 1964 Grand Official 0penin00 Honda Dealership See A Demonstration of the New CB 450 OTHER NEW MODELS ON DISPLAY TRAIL MODELS FOR HUNTING SEASON AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY world's biggest seller! SPIKE CYCLE SALES PARTS SALES SERVICE 706 FIRST STREET 235-6666 here. On her way home, Miler plans o,n Chloe,go ad visiting and relatives. She will be about a month. Mr. and Mrs. Rictma'd dan a,ttended the game at Pullman Mrs. Kent Sooy and were Sunday guests Annie Stop and Herm Harringt,on. Mr. and Mrs. F. N. spent the weekend at cable, on Priest Lake. Mike Cvabb as a overnight guest of Jodan ris. ORDINANCE NO. F-57 At, Ozxtinnce adopting Budget of the City of Claeney year 1966 and fixing the tax Bald year. Wheeas, the Preliminary the City of Cheney for the having been submitted and and Where., Notice of Hearing City Council of the City of and against said budget and thereof having Leon given ner and time required by a public hearing bein held cil Clmmbers of the Light Building of the City trf CheneY hour of 12:00 o'clock noon on day of October, 1965, and Whereas, no person or peared at said hearing and presented any objections to budget for the year 1966 and approved by the City City of Cheney. now, therefore The City Council of the City hey Do Ordain as Follows: SECTION I That the Budget for the Cheney for the year 1966 follows : CURRENT EXPENSE FUND Salaries and Wages $ Mair*tenance & Operation LID Guaranty Fund Capital Outlay Interest and Debt Redemption Total $1 Less Estimated Receipts Total to be ralasd by Taxation LIGHT DEPARTMENT Salaries and Wages Maintenance & Operation Capital Outlay Total Estimated Receipt Sale of Electricity Resale Interest Interdepartmental Rert Public Rent Miscellaneus Labor for Others Continger*cy Fund Carryover Cash on Hand Investments Total WATER-SEWER Salaries and Wages Maintenance and Operatlo Capital Outlay Interest and Debt Redemption Total Estimated Receipt Sewer Service and Sale of Commercial Water Hydrrt Rental From Street Department Connection Fees Sale of Water to Parks Sale of Miscellaneoue Interest Federal Sewer Grant Cash on Har*d Loan from Light Department Total STREET DEPARTMENT Salaries and Wages Maintenance and Operation Capital Outlay Total Estimated Reeeipis Gas Tax or Motor Vehicle TaX From C'urret Expense Fund Assessment to Abutting ]Property Transfer from Street Truck Reserve Cash orb Hand Total | GARBAGE DIVISION Salaries and Wagtm ,$ Maintenance and Operation Transfers Total Estimated Recetpta Can and Bulk Collections Oash on Hand Total ARTERIAL STREET FuND [ Storm Drains [ Grade, Drain, Gravel Streets [ Pave with Asphaltic Concrete t Repair and Resurface Concrete Curbs and Gutters Engineering Total Estimated Reoeipts State Gas Allocation, 1/ cet Street Fund, 25% Matching Interest on Eaxned i Investments Cash on Hand Total SECTION II That the tax levy for quired to rise the necesaar the City of Cheney as herei ; lined is hereby fixed at Ten for the Current Expense (5) Mills for Interest demption of the General Bonds of 1963, in the 000.00 and dated April 1, Ir*troduced and adopted of October, 1965. Approved this 4th day o 1965. lq'olan Brown, Mayor ,. Attest: Roy Foss, City Approved as to Form: Merritt A. Johnson, City (Oct. 8. 1965) Hamblem, Gilbert & Sll Paulm Bldg., SHERIFF'S SAL State of Washington, (onff kane.--Bs. By virtue of an order out of the Hon. Superior kane County, on the ber, 196fi, by the Clerk ease of First National a national banking versus E. R. Haynes and husband and wife, and d/b/a Pacific fendants No. 177829, and iff, directed and  delivered. Notice is hereby proceed to sell to the cash, within the hours law for Sheriff's Sales. o'clock m m. on the 12th bet, 1965. at South kane in Spokane Couty. of Washington, all the interest of the bove 1 and to the following property, to-wit: Lo 7, 8 and 9, lying Great Northern RallwaF right of way ; Lot 10 Northern Railway way; arid Lots 11 and Chamberlains Addltior, plat recorded in Volume page 11, together with of the southerly alley adjacent to said the City of Spokane, ty, Washington To ment in favor of First 1 l in Spokaae, a rmtiorml tion, and against E. R. Eloise Haynes, husband and ing to Twenty Thousand Ninety-Five and 54/100 lars with interest at 6 per from September 29, of sale and $950.00 $26.10 costa and interest o attorney's fees 6% per annum from to hale. Given under my herod, this of October, 1965. William J. Reilly, By Joyce M. S. Brooke, (Oct. 8-29)