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7he...._.__ 69, Number 19 THE WEEKLY NEWSPAPER SERVING SOUTHWEST SPOKANE COUNTY Cheney, Washington. Friday, October 15, 1965 Single Copy 10 Centl Service Unit Asks City Council Calls For Bids port for United Funds For Drilling New Deep Well James Jchns)n, Mrs. F. J. Schadegg .and Mrs. Wilfred members of the executive committee of the Community OotmcLl, this week issued a statement expining w,hy it far pople of this are to contribute their fair share the United Fund Crusade drive. Following is their state- 1 success of the United[ .&apos; Fund drive is very] .at to the people of a'rd the executive com-J of the C'heney C)m- / Service Courmil urges/ who has not already/ s'o to contribute. Provided over ll}f of the work by the council is in or- for help from, ,and to, the appro- agency in Spokane. of these agencies are .of the United Cru- the .t yew one of these Travellers Aid, ,has close becuue of 'lck of The work of this affe,n- be d,u'plicaCed by Service Council Cheney with a prob- a,d zm ,good soluti,ocz. Helps Local People Cheney cannot pro- support the wide var- speca skill necessary the n, eeds of the pep- to the Service support r the Unit- is the chea.l)est often the ond. way to help Own people. Purchase Hotel and at Davenport Lincoln Hotel and Cafe now has new md new nna;'ment. over management were Mr. and Ms. A1- W. Inckley Jr. Those in the ownevsp with include Albert W. H_mck- of Ybttr Lakes and am- of h: sms, RigA. of Spokane. sailors were Mr. and $nes H. Warehouse, who the business for six Wmehouses hae not fttme pans. They ) of a new apaxt. in Cheney i the the Hinekleys. and AI Hincldey, the mnage, have Davenport for weeks at the Stockman seven miles west of They .have one son, age 14. HELD DAUGHTER DON GALEY services were con- at 1 p. m. Thuzlay, at ,the Fmgish Fu,nerl . .in Ooeur d'/XAene for :', 4auer of Don :f Cheney. Beside her W. Robert Mxe, she one son, Dtm Gill Los Ageles; three Don mtd Robert Ga- M., and Bea,le of Weatchee. and one Mrs. Latma Harvey of Bul was ha cemetery at Coeur d'- SPORTSMEN TO MEET All members of the Spo- kane County Sporstmen's Association are urged to at- tend the meeting Thursday, Oct. 2 in Spokane. Mr. Kefauver, chairman of the waterfowl cc.mmittee said important questions concerning this area would be discussed. Medical Lake and Cheney Clinics $1aled Next Week The Spokane Cunty Hea],th delartment has ann,punted an lmmu,nization clinic schedule for the six Ceney school dis- triers durin,g the week start- ing next Monday. DT boster s'hots re offered oil rade a,nd hiffh school children prev- iously immiuttized with DPT or DT. (Repeat at three year intervals). Also avail,ble wi8 be paso baster shots fr all children previously immunized with Salk polio vaccine (shots). These immunizations should ,also be repeated at three year intervals. The announcenmnt says "Do n*ot follow Polio Punch (=oal Sbin) wih SaIk , booster shots. Schedule Given On M.onday, Oct. 18, immu. nzatios wil be given at Ce- ney high school and Fou: Lakes school; Oct. 19 at Betz sclmol; Oct. 20 at Winds0r and @arden Springs shoals, and Oct. 21 at Surmet sclmo. Fur- thor immunzatirs may be obtained through the Cannily physician or at the area im- mizatkm centers. A clinic wil  be held -ting at 9:30 a. m. Wede tday, Oct. 20, at the Medcal Lake elementary school Where Salk vccine  be avai, l'aMe far inants, chiMren ad aduRs; diphtheria-whooping coh-tetarms for infants six m mt.ths and children throtR three years of age; DT  chil- dren four years and over, booster shots  tiffh sdml. ers and adults d snafl pox wavcmti,ons. Sbin ora polio punch wil be eye,Sable  in- fants beghming at flree months ,and for presehol chiIn. Special Clinics Set t'u'nty health depart- ment has atso ,scheduled a special oral polio vaccine clin ic at 1 p. m. Tuesday, Oct. 19, at Cheney Center in the ,lcal Amevica,n Igi,on AuxaY tml. The vaccine will be given irdants from two months of e, preschcal ,arid sckol chil- dren through the age of 18. A si'mr clinic is sched'tded at 1 p. m. Wednesday, Oct. 20, at the MedSeal Lake city haft. Wm. Plucker Takes Position in Spokane The appointment of William Plucker of-Seattle as resident ,mmm, ger of the Pautsen builtd- ing in Slkane is of ntevest Mare  +'" ""a* to Cheney people. Mrs. PlUc- m "t-*' r of urbane, er m the former Harriet D. - o-, ,s th fi " t'e er aaugver Ol me a, near  , ., n.  i.. Ush +.e rtd Mrs. Vrgma Dressier of ........ ' .... ." .'" Seattle uhter of Mzia StY, ,,. , t .....  with the ly p near of (heney .  , , ,,,= ,* U.o, Em i i Broderick RRy o4 Seattle fo- i+ +k.. ,., ,u.  Jseveral .years and m no gap =, * *'' -'* ''  ,,-,,M  +h 14a e bllild- extenon sermce, io I .......... -,:es the g at WSU rs rmmed ' " ' " [Eupe for sevevaa mths " ". [and is expected back n Seattle Kecepr,on iabout Dec. 1. Honor Horans ' [FUNERAL SERVICES HELD horarig Sal-I FOR WALTER THOMAS FEES Vat Hra,n wilt be 15 t the Beacon Hill I Funeral sevviees far Walter hall in Weatchee from l Tloas Fees, age 63, were to9p. m. having served as Oon- from the Fifth Dis- the State of Wasling-[ 22 Walt is back  vChere he and ',have purchased a hrne.. reception is open to although special in- have been sem to rviee eu, bs, o4 commeme, legts- md pubic- offiOa of awd cities in 'the the want advs. each week. hed Tuesday from the Mem- orial ehapel of Jeae Funeral home. Burial ws n Pine City. Survivors are .a sister, Mrs. Dora Carmday, of Washugal, and a .number of neces and nephews. Rev. Donald Ross of- ficiated. WEATHER Max Min Pre. Oct. 7 ................ 68 53 .00 Oct. 8 ................ 73 54 .00 Oct. 9 ................ 67 53 .00 Oct. 10 .............. 63 48 .00 Oct. 11 .............. 68 48 .0 Oct. 12 .............. 61 48 .00 Oct. 13 .............. 58 47 .00 PARK DEDICATION PRINCIPALS shown above from left to right are the Rev. Don Ross who gave a history of the Lions club project of constructing a fine new commun- ity baseball park in the west end of town at noon Wednesday; Ed Doten, Lions club president, who presented the park to the city; Earl Moos, Betz elementary teacher for whom the park was named, and Councilman pete Hagelin, who accepted the park for the city. Lions president Ed Doten thanks the Cheney Jaycees and individuals who assisted with the volunteer work; the college for loan of leveling equipment and the city for loaned equipment and advice. He also said that those who have purchased Lions club calendar= for the past several years greatly assisted in raising funds for the prelect.. City Ball Park- Play Ground Named After Earl M. Moos By Edna Cheever [Four Lakes School Amidst a few Showers and a gts.ty wind, the official n,ming of the Earl M. Moos city ba park arid playground ipum  Rejeflefl took phce Oct. 13 at 12 o'clock nbvon. By no means, however, did the weather dgmpen the! At their mee n Oct. 6 signifivan,ce of suc,h an im-!the Cheney selol board eon- portat occasion. I sidered and rejected tw bids In the spring of 1964 the '.to install a pump 'house, lump Lion's eub, look far aser- 'and cormections to the school vice project, undertook the de-I and grounds spriner systevn veopment of t blocks of at the Four Lakes sc'hol. The rcky, weedy ground into a board received one bidfor the level gPasy fieM,.-Te  job aaflejia fund miing activities of the were condead too hh and Lion's club, mctuding the a- too ew. nu,a,1 calend sae. In dismmsing the matter Sen. Sam C. Guess To Address Cheney Chamber Oct. 28th State Senator Sam Guess of Spekane will be the fea- tured speaker at the Cheney Chamber of Commerce din- ner meeting scheduled to start at 6:30 p. m. Thursday, Oct. 28, in the college stu- dent union building. He will robably speak on the last gislative session and on taxes. Specially invited guests will be the local Dairyman of the Year Tom Lablsh and Mrs. Labish, directors of the ,[. Spokane County district and new college and Cheney public scholds in- structors. Mr. Mops is the only active clmrter member f the cb, ,holding a record of 18 years of perfect attendance. In addi- tion to this, "Mr. Lion" has served the schzxl  tbr 20 years ami is presently te at Betz elemenry aml acting as student counsel- History Is Told The Rev. Dn 1o, of ceremonies, gave a history of the fie,M, men nng that the sprtn,klirtg system one cost at 'least $800.00. He also expressed .his thanks to those who contributed so valua,My of their ".tkne and turned the field over to the city of Che- trey. Mr. Pete I-Ilin, council- man in charge of parks av=d plygo,unds, on behoof of M'ar Nl,an Brown and the city of Cheney, accepted the field and in doing so stated the invaluab worth it holds r our community. Addling to an already-im- imrtant occasion" the 12ons club officiIIy opened their mmual colon tar le whe Dr. l Miler sold Mr. Hageln the first Lion clear. H. S. Band ,Plays High Sclx's band, led by majorette Smdi Yode, and directed by 'I-ol:d Har- vey, payed  mmbers in- ctudiag, "Officer of the Day," "El Cal)itan" al "acatecas," ccmmemovatig the eevnt. Tw KXLY ,newsmen were on hand to take pictures for the Chonel 4 teast, 5:45 ad 11:00 p. m. Frid.a. Oct. 15. Be su to watch. Everlasting gafitu, de goes to the Lions ol, u'b for their ex- traordinary efforts in ,makin,g Chermy a batter 1Mace in whida to live. New Personnel At Eastern ROTC Pour new elhsted mere, three reportixtg from foreign assignrnent,s have joined the staff f the EWSC Reserve Of- ricers Trai, ning Oorps detach- merit. Sgt. Maj. Jatm E. Cocnpto was assigned to Puerto Rico M/Sgt. Bob D. Keleszar, re- ported frovn Korea; S. 1/C Vance D. ain Jr. came from Germ-tony, el S/Sgt. George T. I-I1man reported from Viet Nam. than they can handle now. The beard foR, fle, that the opportunity to receive a COmltitive pace ws Rmited because of mited itevest i,n dhg the job. The board di the ad- ministraon to negWdate with i ndvidua,l era on the build- ing of a Colmrete bkck Immp- ,lmuse, installation of the pump ad pressure tank asebly, trnfing a.nd tkon of pil to conect the new well to the sch0el bufidin g and the paygromd spimk'ler system and the required dectrical wir- ing. Supt. Willia Riggs asks :lint craftsmen Who are ktter- ested m, submitting a quota- tion I .any of the wrk con- tact him or Lowell Poore, the district's business mintages, for irffornmtion and specifica- tions. wih contractors fo',0ing tae it Punt, Pa & Kick tlmt most have more wk S$ Attraded 64 Boys For Best Turnout Don Helm of Ratcliffe Ford agency reported this week that the reeen,t Pu, Pass and Kirk contest for kxral boys was the most su yet heltd with 64 turng out, First five win- nero in each of the six age goups are as : Eight year (flds: Stt Daugherty, Barry Milh, Tim Spear, Gregg J, onee ad Paul . Nine year akis: John Pierce, Bryan Smith, Jeff 1,ar- son, T. J. Murphy anti Tom Sct: Ten year olds: Mike Crabb, James McOov.nel, C&uk Lambet, Steven lor- row al Him Daumrty. Other Winners Eeve year xtds: Ibby Medical Lake Girl i s'm00 De[bert Spe, Jimmy ;eat00h, College Frosh V.P. im00.0000vey00r ol00s:a00es !I)yck, Sten Woodward, Ken- A Medical Lake freshma at i ny Radon, H<nvm\