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69, Number 19 THE WEEKLY NEWSPAPER SERVING S?OUTHWEST SPOKANE COUNTY Cheney, Washington, Friday, October 16, 1964 Single Copy 10 Cent= THE HUSTINGS W-ili Tour Area; men Play Vital Role Party's Office Here District Representa- Campbell (D) will the Plaza and Spangle Sturday, touring the m the Clarence D. Mar- colorful "Demobile." vLtl be in Plaza at and Spangle at 1 p. m. said he hopes to many residents of the ks possible ant ,answer eonceTning hs rec- that of the ast legis- ,session. The 45-year-old is running for re- to the legislature at- years of public service. WOMEN IN CAMPAIGN Democrats lave open- first election ,head- in Chermy , a hum- The 'headqular- at 112 CoHege ,is a small office com- With phones, pestered ad a festive election Wifield, office a brisk bust- stickers and lit- of the pins, she go to Cheney's young- office is maintained en- "Four for '64" volun- who lmve plods- four hours of their week of the cam- s $ paign. Participants in the pro- gram are: Helen G. Allen, Mrs. Ona Barker, Gertrude D ouglas, Marilyn Goodwin, Mrs. C. H. Hedke, Marilyn Jobns,n, Ro,s- e.tta Iass, Bernice Killin, Flor- ence Krebsbach, Velvo Miller, Violet Nicol, Sharlene Rivers, Ellen Rajata, Virginia S,lmlts, Florence Stewart, Maureen Thompson, Joan Tmey, Be.tty Waddigton, Ruth Vvhinge.r, Ruth Williamson, and Shirley Wooldridge. Other workers include Miss Christine Elrod, Mrs. David Weekes, Mrs. Marguerite BaT- ber and Mrs. William Kidd. CARL FRASURE GIVEN SPECIAL CITATION Oarl Frasure, son of Mrs. Harriet Fracture, 518 F St., re- ceived a special cRation this week from Henry K, ass, Souh- west Spokane County Demo- cratic leader, for his w,ork d:- ing the campaign. The award, was presented by Mrs. Birch Bayh, wife of the In'dana sen-] ator, in a brief ceremns, in] the Student Un'ion Building ant the Eastern Wa,shingon State[ t2 ollege campus. / The citation la,uded Frasure for illustrating hat youh can play a major and veslonsibte p,rt in our party ssstem. The EWSC fres.hman las been SouttTwest District representa- Hve for the past year. $ Lashes Horan For " e Attitude' ne County Area To NP --) Ton Fo- candidate for said ths week tllat to wage a vigorous in the few weeks: re- to unseat the incum- ressman for wlmt a ';basically neg- detrimental to of the Spokane area." predicted last week voters in Spokane it is time for a new man to give us effective representa- Strong Indication said that his vigorous throughout the 5th and the support of Iblic spirited citizens me a strong in- 'that the people of ad the -people of this need a Congressman ton with a positive hard'ling our econ, and in stimu- private sector of econoeny." who taught coasitu- at .Gonzaga Unive- epeatedly empha- need for vigorous cti, on in Wash- simulate this urea's economy moving forward," Poley, commen,ted, adding that a sluggish attitude in confront- ing problems in Eastern Wash- in,gton must be changed. WESLEY ORLOB ASB OFFICER AT COLLEGE Wesley J. Orlob, a C, heney sophomore at Eastern Wash- ington State Cllege, h,s been named to the Associated Stu- dent Body student government cmmittee on communications The so,n of Mrs. W. J. Orlob, 14 14th St., he is majoring in biology at EWSC. G00rden Springs PTO Dinner Set Tonight GARDEN SPRINGS -- The Garden Springs Parent-Teach- er Organization will sponsor its second annual "Dime A Dip Dinner)' tonight, starting at 6 p. m. Ham and fish will be feat- ured on the menu. A free t,al- ent how will atso be included, Mrs. Alice Keller reported. Young People .lsirg many of or because  a tack m some fielts. The arid the in lis area 'matched by a man that is in close out problems. The is not in el'ore Foley said. area's potential in as outdoor recrea- conservation, in min- agriculture and in 's business emmun- the efforts of Spo- Public spivRed citizens new man in orgress the negative posture rlumbenq:, Work as eou,nsel on interior committee me into close contact every peoblem of Problems of min- are corsta.nt- and weneed a Congress with a 'ttitude to slim- areas of ur econ- said. Needed ul use of our great in the Spokane area this area e smu- to keep our Dan Evans Flays Bose|i|ni Administration EVANS AND SUPPORTERSDan Evans, Re- publican candiadte for governor, and his wife Nancy (center) were greeted by Republicans during his stop here last Friday at Republican Marcene Flikke Queen Candidate For Homecoming Marcenc L. Fikke, a Cihz,ney senior at Eastern Washington State CoIlege, is one (ff six c.adidates for H(mecoming Queen at the college. MARCENE FLIKKE EWC students will dete r- gne the lin.ali:sts and the wi, a- ner by p:pular vote, and the Homeconfing Quce.n will be crowned Wednesday evening, at the "Coronation Concert" in the EWSC Fieldhouse in a program featuring Duke El.. lington a,d his o,rchestra. Miss Flikke, a 1961 ,radv.- ate of Cheney High School i,s the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Flikke. She is majoring in home eeon.omics a,t EWSC. Fire Rakes M L Store; 17 Units Fight Blaze Fire leveled Mimfick's Gvo- brick wall. The roof as per- cery in Medical Lake st Sat- Headquarters. Left to right are Mrs. Wayne Hagel, Garden Springs; Mrs. Frank Schadegg, Ceney; Mrs. Evans, Evans and Mrs. Howard /rsh, Amber. Home Said Vital Unit For Youth rmanentlv raised as much as if, our feet, Bean said. Tavern In Danger This opened the tavern to fire exposure. At that ime a pumper frvm Cheney was summoned and two iru,cks from Fairchild Air Force Base arrived, as weI1 as an'oeh.er tanker from District 3, as there urday night and damaged Lucky's Tavern and the Wag- on Wheel Tavern before being controlled. Fire District 3 C;hief Art Bean said the blaze was the largest in Medical Lake in re- cent years. At 6:55 p. m. Medical Lake requested id rom District 3. Three fire trucks ,and a 2,500 gl'l, on tanker were dislatched immediately amd were at the fire in 15 minutes. By that time .he grocery was totally in flames and firemen were hampered by live elec- tric lines and propane tanks. After these lazard,s were re- moved, hoses pIayed on the fire from the roof of a,n ad- jo'mAng tavern. "Apparently enough gas had escaped ino the 'tavern to cre- ate an explosion, because while fl'remen were on the oof the budding expl, oded, hlo'ilN out windows, doors, door i frames and a Iarge section of That the home is the most vital social unit in any de- moaracy, alr:,d th'at : goodness must be earr,irL-nd, its d,o,ors will be discussed by a panel ef four speakers a the Elementary School PTA meet- ing Monday at 8 p. m. in the Betz school auditorium. Panelists and their topics are Dr. Earl King Sewart o,f EWSC, husband and wife re- latio,ns,hip; Wi'l:fred A. Gamon, M. D., parent and ckild rela- tionship; Dr. William Wil'son, principal of the Camps E!:. me,ntary school, tea,c,h;er a:td l;:Tipil re.Ltion.lh:.p and Pa,,t,0r Clad.r Grubs o4 tine Emmanuel ILuthcran church, church and 1be ctfild rel:ationship. Hvme Is Stressed Program e,h'a,irman Roy. Gee. W. Nichols explained ,tlhat this ?rogram is n, ot only based on be four baic relatie.n=.hips in a chi, ld's lile but al,s,o cn th,e qtote by J. Edgar Itoover as foll e.ws, "If l:h.e y,otth ,o,f to:lay receives proper Jnstrietion at the knees of tis parents, aware of a sa,crcd pace in 'ihe h, mne, !n the future we will not have to numbe,r the erimina ught in the millions." "['his is the first in a s.cr- ies of programs p!anned for the PTA meetings t.ls year sin,g the theme, "The Real Goa'ls of Education as Seen by Offcials, Teachers and Par- rl!ts. ' ' In, cludecl in the s,erie,s is a film, "How Much Home Work is Enough," on Nov. 16;" Un- derstanding the Persorml Prob- lems of the School in the Light of Pupil, Parent, Teae'her and Officio%," Jan. 18; and a fil,m "Why Can't Jimmy Read," Feb. 15. Referendum 12, SPACE To Be Explained Od. 21 SPACE is fihe program fea- ture of the next Tilieu!m Club meeting this Wednc,sday at 8 elim's habit of wearing a red rose in his lapel, a agt vehich is copied by many of ,his clos- est olowers. Evans ls.hed out at this group as neither real Demo- crats or Republicans, but as a "third party" which is sell serving. "There seems to be a third p,arty ... the Rosellini Pa,y," Evans said. He described the "third par- ty" as, "Those who h, ave a close associaion with the gov- ernor . . . those who have something to gain." GOP 'Candidate Charges Governor With 'Corruption BY JACK PIERCE Dan Evans roasted Got. Albert D. Rosellini in a speech at City H,all here ast Friday, charging "the present administration has placed ,a price tag on political service." The Republ'ican gubern,atorial candidate addressed a good crowd, which responded warmly o .his barbs at Roselni. Evans got his biggest response When he pmised "to make the rose a respecta,ble fl,ower aga'm in the State of Washington." Evans was referring to Ros-' wttl take steps to correct thi All Wear Rose arid Citize,n,s fr Ed, ucati:on (SPACE), wiI1 discuss the aims and objectives of Referenduim 12. The Referendum, whi'ch authorizes $59,000,000 i'n, state matching fends foe schoo,1 con- struckion, wflll appear on he ballot this November. According to Carl Rudolf, Cheney area chairman, an in- crease of 12,000 students will crowd into Wia,shington public sehooIs next year. This means the equivalent of 40 new class- rc,,m]s a ronth are r,,eeded-- (,very month of the year o h,?lEP thk'(? l?':\\;v st;cte.q[:,, In his s.pe.ch, Winton will dcscribe bow Referendum 12 'seeks to make available this needed ela,ssree,m space for Wa4fington ehildrm. The is- sue will c(n,struct new scho,ols and r,',oms at every ed:ucation- al level. Because the bend will b ,.',tr:! from the existing motor vehicle excise tax. Ref- erendum 12 requires o new taxes. Tic state matching funds will develop a total ex- penditure GI $120,q00,000. The end result wilA be as increase in job. and payroll,s as wel as n economic boost acro,s.s t,he state. Wintern urges the support of Referendum 12 "in the beast interest of the children, the ed- u.eatin,al standards and the conednuing prosperity of Wash- ington state." "You can recognize them as they go down he lalls," he continued. "They are raher large and they, all wear a rse !in their lapel,' he said. Evans also criticized what he called "arn twisting" of government license holders, call,ins such methods on busi- nessmen who mu,st .secure gov- ern, ment Bcenses to operate n, ot only unethi,eal "but abso- lutely illegal." "If I am your .governor p. m.'at retzSehool, tW SU man of the Statewide Pare,nts ]After [eawng [ Safeway Store l Mrs. George (Else M.) ]Sehmiedenhausen, 57, a Che, ,hey area resident since 1941, collapsed and died outside the Safeway store Wednesday af- ter suffering a heart attack. Mrs. Schmiedenh(ausen, who made her home on the Salnave Poad between Cheney and Medical Lake, had finislhed shopping and had left the store when she was stricken. A native o,f Germany, she and her widower had recently returned niter a year in Ger- many on vac'ation. Mrs. Schmiedenha,usen was born July !8, 1907 in Germany. She is survived by her widow- or, at the h, ome; a son, George 0., Seattle, and a daughter, Mrs. Erica M. Daniels, Carmel, Calif.; two sisters, Bertha Beck, Boise, Idaho, and Kathe Rich- ter, Loehne, Germany; her mother, Marie Lueckemeyer, Loehne, .and three gra,ndchil- dren. Funeral services will ,be held tomorrow at 1 p. m. at Memorial Chpal of 3erue Fun- eral Home. Cremation will fl- low. OWEATHER max. min. pre. Oct, 8 ................ 63 45 .00 Oct. 9 ................ 52 45 .29 Oct. 10 ............. 59 42 .00 Oct. 11 .............. 63 44 .00 Oct. 12 .............. 70 45 .00 Oct. 1-3' .............. 71 48 .00 Oct. 14 .............. 58 43 .00 were damaged. One of them, Lucky's Tavern, can be seen at left of picture. This picture was taken the following day. MARgETS Soft White, ,bushel ........ $ 1.29 White Club, bushel ........ 1.32 Barley, ton ...................... $40.00 Oats, ton .......................... $40.00 Wednes4ay quotation, FOB Chene, y. was some doubt as to whether le Me:dtcal Lake water sup- ply would hold up. The city pumps and Eastern State and Lakeland Village pumps were in contin,uo,us op- eration. About 9 p. m. the fire was brought under control, when it became apparent the adjac- enl buildings were in no dan- ger. By 11 p. m. all outside trucks had returned to their respec- tive stations. Seventeen units responded from the cities of Medical Lake and Cheney, Fairchild and District 3, Fzspanola, Four DESTROYED BY FIRE---Minnick's Grocery Lakes, Medical Lake and Che- store in Medical Lake was destroyed by fire ney. last Saturday night and two adjoining taverns zmtiquated and corrupt pay off," Evans promised. Evans further eharged fa. oNtism in awarding cotracts, raer than awardi g contracts by bids. The Best Deal "Contracts shod be put u,p to competitive bids, so as to get the most competitive price, and the best deal. "It's lime the government serves the people, in, stead f serving a party . . . e party the Rosellini people nke it," Evans said. Evans then said a good many people crossed party .lines in the primary election "beeaLse they couldn't stand the thi party." He warned, however, th "'in the days before Nov. 3 yu will be treated to a barrage of newspaper, televisiou and radio advertising by the gov- ernor's unlimited eavnpaign furds." Can't Match Funds "We can't match thse funds, but we have something I else . . . a grass ros cam- paign that is devoted to oh, ang- ing the present adm'mistraion. T Dan ove uraited funds," Evaxs said. Evans also discussed ed. cation, calling it the "most im- portant single issue." He said the governor proposed a bud- get two years ago tha, t was "not adequate to even main- tain the present education sys- tem." Republicans Tried The Republicans tried to get more money but the Rosellini side of the senate defeated the re.ore, he sad. "Now many school districts are cut back. The fault and blame must lie directly at the feet ,of the pres,ent govern,or," he elarged. Evans said Rosellini now says he is ,against increasing the business ,and occupation tax and the sales tax. "But eight years ago he also said this. Than he sta,rted right in increasing taxes," Evans sMd. "I won't tell you there will be n,o tax, but I will offer safe guarding programs tlat wiAl mean better use of your tax paying dollars," ,he said. '*We can save some m,orm in .some departments and do a better job," he promised. He promised to help make the unskilled skilled, the ilfit- [ erte literate and to help those on public reli, et" to get off mb- l lic relief." . - -- I Republicans Needed Evans closed b speech by calin;g for t=he election of Re- publican senators and con- gressmen '}f you believe I can d,o he job as governor." "I would hate to go to Olym- pia with a hostile legislature. You in the fifth 'district have a clance to elect Repu, blt- cans," he said. Also wesent were Ile Du- vail, Oandidae for fifth dis- trict senator; Dn Moo,s, rep- resen,tative from Edwall; Paul Kerr the Republican candidate for attorney general, and U. S. Cngressman Walt Heron, who ,arrived late after his plane was de.layed in Yakima. Honesty Still Fashionable Horan made a shrt talk, s ayirg he d}dn't believe the time lad come ,to "repeal hon- esty n ga,vernment." He said he believed in a 10re- paid medical progra,m, but 'he didn't want it mXder social se- curity. He said proper admin- i:s,traUon of the Kerr-Mills pro- gram woutd be better. He described GaP Presi- de.tial Candidate Barry Gld- water as "a good man and a honest mall." I-Ie then said, without etab- orating, that "if the Republi. cans even get one step close to d,irt, it's a natio,na.1 .disgrace. But the De,moerats ea allow in it, even sworn, and it doesn't seem to matter."