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'TAr____ ;:)'0 THE WEEKLY NEWSPAPER SERVING UTHWEST SPOKANE COUNTY ,' ) 69, Number 18 Cheney, Washington, Friday, October 9, 1964 Single Copy I0 Cent# HONORED--Mr. and Mrs. Halverson, Espanola, were honored Farmers of The Year in the Soil and Water Conser- last Saturday at banquet in Cheney City Hall. At right is Harvey Mc- Quarrie, vice president of the Cheney Jun- ior Chamber of Commerce, o-sponsors with the soil district of the event. rsons !ASC Committee ,-IBallting I Set uet I By County Offke i,nd Mrs. Arthur alver- I- an,ola, 'recog 0000rday ation were h, onored at the Conservation ,I; recognition bznquet " 1 night. The ban- , co-sponsored by the ! Jaycees and the South- Soil and Water j l:! District. t_ corseation farmer wed ulmn the Ial, the year, r t a climax d.ur}ng the t.. Harvey McQttarrie ' ')the H,alversons with J-:,e in bea.lf of the Jun- ber of Commerce. Mc- Ud, "the plaque Was llition and sincere ap- R "a by the Jaycees of k the H,alversons lad '1 ,, Z'.filhel. A similar  'as presented s by Ms. 1 w!ho was rep- ,,. the TiRcum Club. :)! Moos Is Speaker !os,  state representa- :.Wall, a clause friend of iVersons, was the feat- Weaker Mos, a farmer ::/l County, pointed out i/.,5 years of farming I1e . i >._ ed his teased land f, ar  ittth of its culltivated z ','We live in a you,rLg / he said, "and there is -SJll need for con.servaUon. mw.'ilyorta, ges are a real i?i 1 in some areas. There : i "where water is used / five times until ,e " su become 8 to t1.. (eep on the var as , w tv.Problems cnffronti g --kg .lon in local comnun- ttee ,ownerShip of programs whiuh are :latable with vonserva- :! 'lack of ,sis'Me farm i ntronted w con- [: stg : costs. iLMdolf served as ,master |..onies nd Clarence :i, the SCS presented a ., 'nes of the Ialve_a'n's OPera,tierm. I' i,.)es were won by lhttey Pierce ad Dr. PROMOTES S studertts at State Col- ,promoted by Reserve Officers O. Four been to Farmers soon will have a chance to nominate and vote for the members of the ASC c ,o m m u n  ty committees througheut Spokane County. Farmers can nominate can- did,ares for the commun,ity committees--up to 20 days: be- fore the electionby filing a i petition at the ASCS cou, nty, office, signed by six ,or more farmers w:ho are qtmlified vot- ers. To be a quatified voter ixi  the comnlunity farmers need to be taking part or are elig- ible to take part in ASOS pro- grams. Radar Trap Puts Stop On Drivers These committeemen are representatives in supervising farm-action programs locaUy. One of the committeemen elected wi!l act as local dele- Police Court ,activity stepped u'p this week in Cheney as State Troopers and Cheney pa- trolmen worked together to ,operate a radar detection sys- lem for speeders. Justice Court--Robert H. Barrett, Cheney, negligent driving, accident, forfeited $29; Arthur H. Eddy, Seattle, speeding, orfeited $12. Harry E. Thomas, Spokane, improper pasain.g, fined $25 ($20 suspended), $6 casts; J@tm Schneidmiller, St. John, no valid licets:e on trailer, no stop lights, no safety chas, fined $16. Police Court--Judy A. Ess- linger, Spokarm, speeding, for- feinted $15; Chris F. fyree, Spo- kane, speed, lag, fined $7; Dar- lene L. Adams, Cheney, run- ApplicationS For Absentee Ballots Deadline Od. 28 i Applicatmns for absentee ballo foe the general election next month should be made no later than Oct. 28, City Clerk Roy Fos said today. Those planning to vote ab- s,h, 1 bal- sentee d apNY for a lot at Cit Hall.,-There is no set deadline for applying, F'oss explained, but the cottrty of- rice, w.hih must pss thous- ands of applieat, must close two days bef the elec- tion N or 3. This mban, s that in order to process lSte applica- tions, riley mast beDn lte mail so they will be retired by the applican.t ngt ter ttmn elec- tion day. Absentee ballots must be postmarked .before ;or on Nov. 3, Foss sad. i Sent To Auditor Atler malng ap,p!ieation for an absentee ballot the ctCy clerk then certifie that the! appltet is_a re voter 1 in Ceney. He the er, ds the certified applieatio: Co the county auditor. The county hen maAs the ballot au4itor ' " - " to the- applicant. By making an apIlReation no later than Oct. 28,  will allow one day for mal}ng into Spo- lmae and, one day for the coun- ty auditor to proce and mail the ballot. Rudolf District fferent Voters in the Rud precinct register with the Cermy city clerk, but the voter reecmls for the Radolf precinct are kept at the courtho,use. Appli- cations for absentee. ballots in that precinct must be made di- rectly to the county auditor, not to the Cheney rk. Sta,ing Oct. 26, e not knowing where hey wilt ,be on election day can pick up a certificate of registration rom the city clerk, and may then go to the county curthouse at Spokane .d vote. The Cheney city clerk does not have the absentee hellots, as they are sent out directly from the county eourtuse. gate to help select the ASC t nine sto. alan n,o valid Doer- Cheney voters ca n___t.,p?ly di- ...... . ........ +,_, , -----'o ---,  , , v, recu ro me county auto,or ior ""Y "'""' [ator's licerse, fined $5 (sus-an absentee ballot. ASC Election Calendar [pended), $2 costs. Oct. 13 -- Meetn!g of com- Larry G Osea,, Cheney, neg-  murty committee Chairman at ligent driving, accident, leas-! the county office, in, g parldng .posi, tion, passkng[  ,' |111111| Oct. 23Date nondnating fen right l, ane after other cr , "-,. ,nMsn, petitions returned t ASCS Of- stopped, forfeited $29; Dw_ight |..j.g I'_,L|__ lice ]M Wood, Olympia, speeding ]|UUllll Iiel[lllllll O'et. 29--Slate of nmninees fined $20 (su, sperded)i $7 costs. - ................ II to be returned to ASCS O,fice. Tim E. Sleeth, Spolane, | fke, |e Nov. 3-Ballots mailed to speedrtg, fined $7; Robert J. ||| I,|lll JIJ|MV| farmers. Leingang, Spokane, negligent Nov. 13--Batl,ts mast be re- driving, found rrot guilty; Wil- Twenty-one E,ean Wash- turned to ASCS Office. Itis E. Twiner, Cheney, no valid ingtn State Cvllege students Nov. 18-Ta,bulatnlg ballots, license on vehicle, fined $10. are filling student teac,h]ng Dec, 17--Cotmty convention Marc John Bennett, Spokane, a,ssign,ments in Cheney schools to elect county committee. I failure to sop, fined $10. dumg the college's ,il qar- ........ tea'. -  m  ._  / -- II Schools and studers as- tyo:00 00,ty 00uager 00nows ! e Of $47 021; Sc/ool -- Janet Alexander, ncreas , Judy Bareither, Theresa Cr- ton, Paul Chaplik, Dorhy Gu Total Budget $925 008 tin and JanieeJoens. Betz Elementary School -- Batrica Harvi]l, Chesliee Stew- A :fi, nal 1965 city budget of 400; engineer's department, art and Kay Wrthington. $925,008 wa .adapted by the $455; general government, Suset Elemevary I- City Council Moad, ay folly>wing $43,270; police department, Sharon Gwir.n  Mary Kapp. a tmbDc heari,g at noon at $38,720. Whdsor Elementary School City FhH. Fre department, $46,480; _ Gayle Bake, Larry Baker, The new budget represents parks and playgrounds, $32,- Chalyn Brocksmith, Julie Me- an increase ef $47,021 over the 505; ,health and sanitation, Cuae aml Janet Schempp. 1964 budget. Most of the in- $765, total $174,150. Cheney High Sdhol  Ken- crease is in ,added money for Light Department neth Bowman, Robert Kru]jac, the water .sewer depart- Light department, estinmted Russell J. Lowry, Charles Mes- ment, up $20,750, and the revenues, $378,050; estimated senger and Cmedon Wallace. street departmenc, up $11,700. expendLtures, $3"78,050. To other BWSC students The parks ,and ptaygrour, ds Water-sewer depaz'trnert, ex- are student teaching at Meal|- fund is up $8,100 and the a,r-pected revenues, $225,025; ex-col Lake High School. They teri, al street furM was up pected expenditures, $225,025; are Esther Buse .and Robert ,000, among oer depart- Street department, es'.thmat- Payne. ments howing stbstantiN in, ed revenues, $82,795; e stirrmted creases, expentures, $82,795. Hearing Unattended Arterial street furtd, estimat- SUNSET PTA Following a trend of past ed revenues, $37,138; estimat- WILL MEET rears, no one attended the ed expenditures, $37,138. :public hearing and the fiml Garbage division, estimated ON TUESDAYS budget was adopted without revennes, $27,850; etimated modification or c:hange, expeffditures, $27,850. AIRWAY HEII-ITS.--Ttte The tax levy was. fixed at 10 Stmset School PTA will ,meet mills or the current expense Tuesday at 8 p. m. and the sec- fund ,nd 5 mills for the inSer- eWEATHER max. min. pre. ond Tuesday of each rrmnth est ,and debt redemption of Oct. 1 .................. 57 42 .01 this school year, Mrs. W. S. the .gent.a] obligation bonds Oct. 4 .................. 65 29 .00 Enristle said today. of 1963, in the amount of Oct. 5 .................. 67 42 .00i The ne" ckas were estub- $150,000. Neither figure shws Oct. 6 .................. 73 45 .00, fished at the  meeting in an increase. Oct. 7 .................. 73 51 .00 order to make the, meetings The budget breakduwn: more conerAant. Current Expense MARKETS rEterbainmet will be pre- Current expense fired, esti- Soft White, bushel ........ $ 1.28 senCed by tim Sunset teachers. mated revemms, $174,150. Esti- WMte Club, bushel ........ $ 1.37 The bush-tess meeting will in- mated expenditures, clerk's Barley, ton ...................... $39.50 etude sone special cons|fiefs- department, $5,345; treasurer's Oats, ton .......................... $40.00 lions, with- refresttmen department, $2,210. Wednesday quotation, FOB served by roam mothers to fol- Attorne,,'s department, $4,-Oheney. low. Dan Evans Will Speak Here Today At City Hall Cheney Shopper Being Published At Davenport The 0-page tabloid size Cheney Shopper has re- sumed publication as of Sep tember with most sales spec- ials beginning October 1. The shopper, sponsored by the Retail Trades committee of the Cheney Chamber of Commerce, headed by How- ard Foos, manager of the Cheney Safeway store, had suspended publication last November. The current shopper is be- ing printed at the Davenport Times plant at Davenport, Wash. The Times also has the contract for printing the Eastern Washington State College weekly student pub- lication, "The Easterner." EWSC Plans Building Expansion More than $4.5 mithon in new buildings  two residence bails and a new student unn building --- are beirg planned for Bastern Washington State College by three Spokane ar- chitects. The EWSC board of trustees named the three arahiteets to design the bilcls wich will be buiR with Marts from the Federal Housing nd Hme AdmiRistmtion attd repaid by fees paid by sttdes, Dr. Wayne Loomis, EWSC director of space, utilization and pla,n- ning, said. One of the planrmd resi- dence halls, a round, tower- type building similar to the one completed in Jamary, is being designed by Cller, ale, lartell & Ericson, who ae architects for the first build- ing of the same ype. Completion In 1966 The planned tower building will house 340 men students, cmpared with 440 rmw ving in the first structure. Comple- ti)n is scheduled for the fall of 1966. It will cot bou $1.734 mitli.on. The other haB be.lAg de- signed is for women student,, and will have a eal:city of 250. Carlson and Jmes, in as- Candidate Will Deliver Noon Speech At City Hall Dan Evans, Repubhcan candidate for goverm>r, will deliver a short formal speech at the Cheney City I-hll today at 12:30 p.m. Evans will arrive here at 11:30 a. m. at the Republican Head- quarters irt dowrttown Cheney. Mrs. Merritt Johnson, who has been plamdng Bvans' sop, said ,a group wi he on hand to meet the caaxtidate. Bvarm will .be traveling with his wife Nancy and an entour- age of s(me 10 reporters in a special bus. Open To Public oowing his speech at City Hall, wkich is open to the pub- lic, Eans will return to Re- publican tIeadquarters to take potl,uck lunch witch several Cheey Repttblicans who 'have been prepaying for his stop here. In addition, Dale Duall, Re- publican cared|date for fifth district tate sermtor, will, be on hand, with the Possibility that other fifth district eandi- deles may also attend. EWSC Enrollment I Sets New Record Eastern Washington State College fall quarter enrollment has reached 3,203 for a new record, Perrin C. Smith, EWSC registrar, said today. The number compares with 2,824 students enrolled for the fall quarter last year, an in- crease of 379, more than 13.S pe[ nt. at F_stern Wasb.igton State College are organizing a wel- coming committee from the college to greet Evans. Two Hours Here Evans will spend about two hours in CheRey, his first visit to the city, ,aside vam prey- lotto spea]chg engagements at EWSC. Evans must leave here t 130 p. m. ,sharp in order to be joined by a caravan at I:45 p. m. at Spolme International Airport, which wll escort him to Spokane for a ra, at the Dan Evar Headquarters at 2p.m. Other Republicans are ex- pected from Medical Lake, Four Lakes, aren Springs arid elsewhere in ttgs area for Evans' Cheney stop. Mayor Will Introduce Evans Others who have prepared for Evans' visit re Mrs. Fran- cis Schadegg, Mrs. Ror Hay der, Veo Small nd Mrs. Pete Wilson, wh,o had charge of preparing the lunch. 'Evans will be escorted and introduced  Mayor Nohn Brown and Norval Hohnes, CPr'dant of the CAa o/ mle, School Lunch Week Set CHENEY DISTRICT WILL OBSERVE BY RUTH STORY School Lunch Supervisor It is impossible to teach a bugry child anythg, there- fore your school lunch pro- gram is very i, mportan, In rec- ognition ot the cortri, butkm of school food services to the health and welfare f the na- tion's youth, President John- son has declared the week o,f Oct. 11-17 to be National School Lun:eh Week. Yur o- cal food services serve the na- tion "Sctmol Lunch Serves Ymth." In 18 years of operation, the lational School Ltmh Pre- gram, Slaetimes called the votmy's hrgest single The fall openg of the Pix Theatre is ,toRiht, with "Mus- cle Beach Party," starring Frankie Avalon ,and Annette FunicRo. The co-feature  "Otfl King," with R)bert Taylor and Joan Caufiekl i fatured roles. Mr. and Mrs. Wm .Krupp, managers, sd the theater vll ,operate four days a week s, with single films Wed. nosdy .ad Thm-s4ay ,and doble features Friday  Sat- urday. Starting imes are 7:31) p. m. each night. Doors  ope at 7:15 . m. eatles Coming Future films tnming to the Pix include The Bea, tles in "A I-Iard Days Work"; "ies of the Field," with Sidney Pot tier; arm "Dr. Strangelove," wi'&h Peter Selers. The ineior of the theater has been redecevated and painted and the fu has been overhattted. A marquee will be added to ,tae exterior soon, Kropp said. .,other Halloween party .al ,a Iate spook skow  saed- uled later this rrmnth. sociation with Kirk, W,a,l,aee service, has grown to a $1.4 & McKkdey, Seattle, are the I billion-a-year oed industry architects foe the stcturelserving,,, 2.8 billion appetizing, which will cost lproximty I he'alth-pronm.r, g, 1-c o t 1.325 million. It wll be ready [lunches a year to 17 milton in Soptember, 1967. l ymmgsters in about 70,000 Kenneth W. Brooks is the I schls. architect for the proposed $1.5] million studnt unn. The first Pix Opening Set Tonight phase of the build:ins is ex- pected to be ready in the fM1 of 1966. A $140,000 additi to Ta- wauka Commons, new $1,3 rail. lion food service cerer that opened this , wilt be buB this fl. It wl double the seathtg capacity of the din- Lag hall from 550 to 1,100, rais, in. the serce capacity to twice that figure. No Tax Money Used The two new re.dence halls will bring studenlt lmusing on the EWSC campus in Cheney to more than 1,900. facilities house 1,07 students, Dr. Loomis said, and a new women's residence, Cecil Dry- dear Hall, vaich wd.ll lmuse 246, is now under cxntruction and is expected to be ready next fail. No tax money is used to can- struct any of these tmdings--- resident, e llls, food service center and student union, Dr. toomis said. All have ,been and will be built with HttFA loans, and all are self, supporting, re- Faying the loans frora student fees. Cubs Meet Tuesday Cub Scouts will meet Tues- day at 7 p. m. at the Betz School gytnnasim, All boys of Cub Scout age are invited to attend. Administered rmn, ally by the Urted States Department of Agriculture marketing ser- vice, the lunch program ts ad- ministered in each s$te by the educational agency. The school lunch superarisr plas the merms, argely 'using foods bought in local markets, aecorng to the type A pat- tern developed by the USDA to insure catch ch,ild one-third to one-half of ti_:s daffy nati- tional requirements. The school lunch manager eparaCes her own kitchen, seeing that each child receives tthe ,right portion of each food on the menu. The Cheney School District cfete ",rias ,are observing this Niationa,1 Sckool Lunch Week by serving for the four days the foods most popular with the children. All parents are invited to visit the cafeterias and have lunch with their chfldre at the adult charge of 40 cents. AMBER'S SHARE OF NEW SCHOOL DISCUSSED HERE The Spokane County scttool oganimtion committee held a formal' hearirg here Monday to deveh>p a plm for Aber School District 405's participa- tion in financing the new Che- ney Kigh SCol. The plan, to be recommend- ed to the State Board of Edu- cation Oct. 22, calls for Amber to provide $119,102 of the new school's cost. Present .at. the hearing were members of the county com- mittee, Amber school board members Nelson. Oordilt, A1 Wiseman and Fred McKinley, along with C,men Stewart ad N_vs. Ear1 Hilton of the Cheney hoard. Terative phns of the Am- ber board iolude (mllhxg far a special school elecUan in De- cember for the purpose of vot- ing an bands to provide the Amber ftrnds. Gusrd Your Heart Most people can *hunt even if they have a heart eondi:tion, but see your doctor first and be sure.