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THE WEEKLY NEWSPAPER SERVING SOUTHWEST SPOKANE COUNTY 69, Number 20 Running for Berths School District Board rmes ,of five candidates will appear on the ballot for 2 election for ,school directors of C:heney Disict No. G. Miler, in(cm,bent, will be opposed by arnett Boot, ,of disct No. 1: incumbent Mrs. Ernestine Hilto by Kent Sooy for director of dxict No. 2; (beth !Year terms. , [ M. Hill, director ell No. 5, has no opposi- [ the two year term. The [ o,f the Chairman, Car-] Levcart arrd Dick Russell J expire this year. [ Free Press contacted all and invited eac&apos;h to make a statement $or By Victor M. Hill the true qualfficatio seh'aol board member is believes home:, chuxch cannot be sepeat- .,his main interest be- the ChMren. | candidate is ruPming for board to bost his or persorl ambitions lsh the ideas of any ex- oranizati.on there is from him in or of your choice. The f freedom is held by a Hill, ieumbent By Ernestine Hilton Ernestinle Hilton, in- from the secrtd dis- up m this commun- the Cheney and graduating from Washington State Col- a bachelor of arts in education. She was teacher at prior to her ma+riaGe L. Hilton. She and her who is a mail carrier 3, bare a dairy and five miles ea of They h, ave four chfl- son and daughter in and two seas in high plus a 'rmwly acquired Hilton has been a mere- the .selool ,board since is a member of the grange, the Re aad ative in the as been associated Fire GirLs in Che- over 20 yes and is serv&-g on the Na- Co of Cmp Fire represented the 5th district on the committee of the directors assia- the past .six years and rvJng s east vice president. acdenc pvoam is we need to offer Vcakmal training in rd disttmtive edu Chssroom loads Our buildin pro progressing ndy to our weU,trained"-" teach- adeqtmly equipped I bolve our dis- ferward, some- bu the quality we are hte to .students is Steadily and I fltiwk tls is to tl of s." Hilton By Kent Sooy over  pa of a dmge. a candidate fur posi- 2 m the Cheney No. 360 be- man yeas no one part has ffll The dispel rpidly and faced importam decim'ns few years. of tochy must he with a furl, wel- Program in edcato m be properly pe- 'go out into the world tm'sinessme and this gal it done at a mimmum .the taxlyev. FAuea- mut be cassffied for 65 t vin he state educaM p. edua42>n muvt be best m.gement tax dlar must to make. ends a groing schl dis two eh'fltdn both at- -CAermy hi, gh scahoul. I Yem oi(I, born and he farm on which I a direer at Oheney dctor of the Ootm Col'demon's ber of Ambe 31yea, A. S. C. Committeeman "of the Masonic lodge Star at Cene on back page) POWER SHUT-OFF SET NEXT MONDAY Electricity in Cheney wil be off from 9:30 a. m. to 10 a. m. Monday, Oct 25 and from 2:30 p. m. to 3 p. m. Wednesday, Oct. 27 to place new equipment at the Four Lakes sub-station. Monkey Trial Play Scheduled Saturday In CH$ Auditorium "Inherit the Wind," the play based on the Scopes Monkey Trial of the twontties, will be produced by the C, heney high school Thespians in their au- ddtorium at 8:15 p. m. on Oct. 23, Mr. l=tobert Moo, director announced recently. Alex Rajala and Ron Mick- ellen, seniors at Cheney, have the .leads based on the famous Wi, lha,m Jennngs Bryan and Clarence Darrow. Pattie Hair, I,.n H, ossum 'and Gary IAsen- bee 'have spportinG roles. Other members of the cast inc]ude Monty Platz, Rick (oodwin, Vickie Lindsay, Steve Dobbins, Casey Hanra- iron, Leonard Mace, Kare,n Dobbi'ns, Robin Halwas, Chris Hu,dso,n, Brian Mickelson, 1robin Giles, ail Michaelson, Win Pau}son, Dick Sch,ons, Wal]y Powe,rs. Jaeob Rajala, Sharron Contz, Dale McCall, Jim Miek- elso,n, Paul Geiger, Carl Biehl, Dob Page, Richard Davis, Dick Y, ocmn, Arehie Ooaia, Karen B,rovn, Renee Pheo, Patty Chatburn, Ioger Wynn, Lan-- ny Whiteley, Steve FarrelL Bfl Waddington, Jim Gergen and Miekey McDonouh. Sue Hmn and Sharon McKie are assisnts to the dirr. 'lis Lawrence ami Lee classic is a very dffi, cuR show for M,gh school students to present," Mr. Moe said, "but I chose it this year because not only is the ating talent available but .ao the taiem is here for bui'ling fine diffi- cult set Which is so necessary fer the Show." Chamber to Meet Thurs. The Cheney Chamber of Commerce at its next meeting on OCt. 28 Wi] be hormring the newly arrived men teachers living in Cheaey. This is in ad- dti,n to the Soil COnServation Faxaners beim G guests of the Chamber of Commerce. The meeting is bei held at the EWSC Snden Uaion buliMg at 6:30 p. m. As progm for lihe meeting Mr. Sam Ouess will speak (m the subject of "Taxes." Stahlborn Returns After Hospital Stay Ted StaMborn, Cheney drug store operator, came back fan St. Ikes hospital Wednesday! aeanmon follawin treatment for removal of a piece of meat : tlmt lmxl lxlged in  esopha- gus lVlkmy eveaing. A meat tenderizer amtion was used to soen the iece of meat. During his short stay at St. Luke, s Mr. Sthlborn visited Guyel Frost, Free Press pub- hsher, who has 'been ha the lmspital since Oct. 11. Guyel may be home by this weekend. IOOF & REBEKAHS HEAR ALEX RAJALA Alex ljaa, wrmev of the mage trp to the United Nats last summer, sponsor- ed by IOOF and Ibeka,h lles, was guest of honr t the joint dimmer of the two ledfes on lortday night. He spoke on ,ls experiences ad showed the slides he took on the trip, in a two hour pro- gram. "MA" LIEDLOFF DIED LAST WEEK has been received ,here of the death of Mrs. B. Liedlff in California week. She was remembered as "M" Liedff when she oper- ated a cafe in wlmt is  the College Inn and made her /rome here may years. Cheney, Washington Friday, October 22, 1965 INHERIT THE WIND--the play based on the famous Scopes "monkey trial," will be presented at the Cheney high auditor-! ium at 8:15 p. m. this Saturday. Sue Ham at left, assistant di- rector of the production, directs Theresa Smith in costuming fc.r the show. Dan Hanrahan, set designer, repairs steps. Frosh Grid Team Shows Consistency (By John (Scoop) Frost) Cheney's Little Black. hawks (Fresh) are still con- sistent, losing their third game of the season to Mead 21.0 last Thursday. Cheney threatened to score only once when quar- terback Wayne Just connect- ed with Gary Sooy, end, for abo.ut 20 yards to the 10- yard line but they fumbled and Mead recovered. The Cheney boys have yet to score a touchdown this year. They were to play East Valley there Oct. 21. Lions Club Opens Selling Effort on Birthday Calendars The mmu, al Cheney Lons club #i.rthday oalendlar scJ- tation gt underway this week with four team, s covering the area. The popular birhday and an- niversary calendars have been sold here the past six years and have been well a in Oheney. Proceeds o toward worthy projects such as the nearly comp boys bose- ball park and other youth work. Oalendars may be purchased at this 'time only, the irice be- ing the usual $2. Cub mem- bers ,are makin every efart to cow,tact each fmily in the area. Should any person be missed in the canvass, ,he may purchase the eaMndam at amj o the following businews plac- es: Oolege Irm, Western Ao, Ben Franklin store, Ed Doten Ageney, Loren's Richfield sta- tion and the Texaco sation. Three el, u,b members attend- ed a meeting of the Spokane IAons at the Flamingo resu- mt Thursday cevng, Oct. 21. l!)aI  .r the Chen ct'b's 'bizbMay c/den- dar project and other repoi were We on fund m/slag pro- jects such as  bu, and finks sales, horse shm, etc., of the eve 8olane dubs. Attending  were President Ed Doten nd Le- nd Gaese. Abram Culver, 84, Paid Final Tribute Mr. and M_vs. Clarke Meri- nmn returned .Cast week from i Where the were caled by the itlness and the death of her ,br0her, Abram Culver, age 84, in Martin. Mr. Culver was born in Che- ney, where he spent nmm] ears: before going to Oregon und thtm to Gali'folmia. Survivors ,al inMde his sister, Mrs: Ollie Merrima, Cheney; two brothers, Lewis Culver of Spmgue arrd G Culver of Redding, (lg.; n- mero nephews and nieces. Burial was in Mavtinez, Oct. 6 follO,aring services there. Public Invited by Four Lakes Grange Foaxr Lakes gran will ob- serve booster nigkt this Friday with a potluck dinner a,t 6:30 p. m., according to Mrs. Mil Ball, grange lecttmer. At 8 p. m. the .meetarg guest sveaker w ,be Ms Jennifer Jordan G State ddegate from C hey, who wl talk on ,h" ex- periences at the conference in EllenImrg in Suly. This is open to the public for dinner and program. College Schedules Annual Dad's Day Grid Game, Dinner Fathers of Eastern Pasbing- ion State College students have be},, invited to the an- rmal Dad s day, to be held at [the colte ge ar:d at Joe Albi Is'radium in Spokane Sraturday. : } Oct. 23. Sponsored by the Assoeiat-] cd Men Studen, ts and Associat-I ed Women Students of the el-! lege,, invitations. . have gone tol fathers of the 3,658 Students enrotted at EWSC this fa. ReNstration on campus will epen at 9 a. m. Fathexs who wish to go directly to the E. W. S. C.-Cetval Washingo State Cltege football ame at Joe Albi stadium in Spokane may register there before the 1:30 game. Dinner Plaid A special Dad;  day .dinner will be served at Tawanka Commons on the EWSC cm- pus in Cheney from 4:30 to {3 p. m., and the annual Night n Newada will follow. In ad- dition to the usual "Rio in ,Rerm," dads wilfl be treated to a talent show. Amxls will go to the fath- er who came the greatest dis- Lance, the youngest father, the oldest father, and the father with the most children attend- in*g EWSC. 'n Heard Ever had the uncontrollable urge to open the door of the MaR Shop nd lmlter, "Bs tO Spokane" vhen there isn't restltly a bus to Spolvane and mke all those peolle scram- ble for the door? Ask ome of the mare prorainent business- mhen wtmt !hre does to cuatrot this desire . . . Sad to red, oft, we didn't ,get a single 'sample $on'atkm after hst week's ap- peal. So wel try a new tack ue ume of our limited , to wR: tch Weiss neM Was Is Los mitder suer km.t peops ... The Q,tteer Duck introduced us to a ind the other day a,ng "He editm" of The Free Press." The nn sid, "The Free Press?" Said the Duck, "Yes, they give their paper avtay" . .. We them  to wndr ff "Free Press" is the ideal name for a newspaper . . ince we ,re doblh in brass as editor part of e time and adman t other times, we m'e considering buying a false mustache and nmybe a derby hat to use lmn cha'Ging jobs We  the li, ttle ad that e l.sen and Shrty (War- ten) Meyers carried in the pa- per for the Ci Brber Strop: "If your hair is rmt becomAn to you, you staid be coming to us" . . . We notice the coast people are Iready starting to begrudge the appralriatin fr fjnhing the eeway on or ed side of the ste, re- membering the project was started under Ike 'wy back in 1954 or 55... Mealtime Seat- tie and the west side imve bu all lds of expenmve ways . . . Wht with m'ore warm days predicted, we won- der ff Motlmr Nre imFt trying to make amends for a terrible winter and a slmr sumaner . . . The Queer Dek, asked tm if we kmw Imw por- cun malta love andf we dld't, Said he on the way out the dor, "Very carefty" . . See the start- li'ng aanotmcemen on pege 2 tody... aig Nod Started Against Skeleton Weed Pest in Area A cooperative attack n ske:letan weed, inolving farm- ers, county and s.te and fed- oral agencies, is being launch- ed in Spokane county, accord- ing to Cong. Tom Foley. Foley, a member of the House AGriculture committee, sa,id the skeleton weed pro- gram is unique. "In the past individual farmers have par- ticipated in Agricultural Con- se,rvation Program e,fforts on individuaI f,rms. Tls ,is a broader effort, involving a number ,of farmers working to- gether with local organizations and the state and federal ffov- ernmen to meeting a major problem," said Poley. Recenty the United States Department of Agriculture" allocated $10,000 of ACP funds for the county pro- gram. The state Department of Agriculture has made an equal allocation. any frmers are si.gmn,g a "poolng" agreement, in whiCh they agree to palietpate un-I der the ACP pogram in erad-' icating the weed. Spokane county commission- ers have agreed to carry out the weed spvayizg proWram, for the state, using county equipment, on a reimbursaMe bans. Others involved in develop- ing lhe program include the Agrivultural Stabilization and Conservation Committees, Soil Conservation Service techni- ci,ans ,and farmer supervisors, the extcm,sion service, Farmvms tIome Administraion, local weed conmfittees ,and others. Most of the skeleton weed stands first occurrred in the Four Lakes area. The weed has spread into many cher parts of the county, to the Lincoln county line, and into Kootenai county, Idaho. "The state and federal ov- enment it'et he i in seeiug to it that this weed doe: not spread fuvthex and endan- ger farm land m other ,areas," said FOley. Skleto weed grows to a hei#t of about four feet and has a skeletal ,stalk body, with leaves near the ground. It ha a yIIw flver mad spreads tb_v0h both reot and seed , growth. DAVENPORT RITES HELD OCT. 14 FOR LAUSEN S. WEST Funeral services fr Lause Stewart West were held Thurs dy OCt. 14, at 11 a. m. from Strates Fuveral Hknne in Dav- evlmrt with the Rev. Jeph :Woltb of he Metlmdist clmvch offichting. Buri Was in Mounin View cemetery in Dmeport. ,Mr. West, a resMeat of Che- ny the lst 12 yea and 87 yaa's off ge, died in a Spo- kane rmrs, g home after three days iflness. His wi/e died in Apa'tl, 1965. They celebrated their 6611 wedding anniver- sary last 'yeart He was a farm- er in  Lorene District nar Davelrt baik-e coming to the Cenr ma were ha farme ,ntil retir and then moxdng to Cheney., Survivam are a niece in Dav- enport, Mrs. Myrtle Lory; neq>hews Frank, Ray and Don Spiniztg of Davouport. Documentary Film On Kennedy Slated By Cheney Motors Ivan Kerr of  Gheney Mo- tor Co. tams vek almotmced that a fie a-olitieal deu- menmry fl'lm, "The Young Man tkxn Bostml," a stT of the life of Jdm F. Kermed, the man, will be televised over Channel 2,  from 7:30 to 8:30 next y, Oct. 28. It is sponsored ,by the y Maters mad other Inhnd Era. pile Plyraouth dealers. Only one commere appears in the hourlog program, hr. Kerr said. It  smnatmce that a free Kemedy memorial bcokMt wll be offexed by lyrnouh dealers. Kerr mid there ha bee, a tremendous demand fr ese imoets fall the Sbowmg of the  in other areas. Solmol udents n pertiouhr .trove found the W'o- gram to be ' educatimml and interesting. Single Copy I0 Cents Many Things Planned for Eastern Days Next Week Eleven Mis Eastern Days m,nda,tes have bee,n 'selected by camps living ,grOttlS to cmpe  the title off "Miss F_asten Days". They are: IAnda Sehroch avid Megan Magnet sponso by Cecil Dryden, Cammy Sparks, Slly Hildrbrand, and Marl lyn Asdey sponsoved by Pierce NI. Garol West and C:arol Wil- liams sponsored by Louise An- derson Hall, Toni Hagen spon- sore,d by M.onroe lm,lt, Bette CMld sp,on,sored by Senior kaY, Linda Mosman sponsored by EpMlon Sigma and Ellert Deck- er spons,ared by Sutton ,halt. Mayor to Crown Queen The winner vl be chosen by a committee from the CAhe- n,ey Chamber of Commerce, and the queen will be crowned by ,Mayor Nolan Brown. Mordy, Oct. 25 wlt mark the kick-off of the "Second Annual N,stern Days," a city- wide promo'dn headed by KEWC i coopevtio with the Chamber of Commerce. Other activities off the week- long ceebretion include disc jockey s,lmws in doxn i store windows, tly parades Hap Frandsen Retires throru,gh the campus, a travei,ng wheel off feline, Employee Honored and a wMe selection of met. At Reception Today at grely reduced prices made avable to stem, B. L. "Hap" Frandsen is re- dens by Cbeney mereh,ans. tiring this Friday after 12V Dance Set Oct. 30 years as buildi, mG supervisor at Show,alter lall at the college. Activities will ;be' e:axed The student body is putting on Saturday, Oct. 30, by a,n Flast- a reception in the first ftor ern Days darzce featuring live rotunda at Showalter from music at the Cheney city ha. 3 30 to 5:30 p. m. this (Friday) Eastern Days chairman John aftern,eon. Students, #aculty Reed sad that Work for the members and the general Dub-I a'nn'ual celebration is nearing 1,ic are invite "- completivn He re d after d. He will be pre- [ . Prt9 sented with a gift and a (no [ a meeng last Thursday with doubt) humorous program will [the Cheney Cha,mber of Com. be put <n. /merce tbat etl menbe have Hap, who followed consruc- voiced their enthusiastic su tion Work in Ahska a'nd other pet o,f Eas.,n Days. states, says be plans to remain in Cheney and plans to travel to historic spots. Jim Mowatt, jahitor in the annexes, has ben appnted to succeed Hap. "The college students a,nd faculty members have been ve.kind to me  Mrs. Fmdse g Ml the years I wked there," Hap tom The Free Prep:on the eve o his retirement. Hap, a:lwaFs good natured as ,his nickname im- plies, has always been popular with students and instrctm-s. United Fund Cash May let A Retard UmCed Crusade conbu- tioms fv@m the keney resi- denim section in 'a semi4[inal Discounts Offered Lists of a bargain avail- able 'at student disc<ms w be nmiled to i_udividua stu- dents on cmpus tlis week. Suens are urwed to paxedci- pate by stmppg downtown l dlng Eastern Days atd get- ring . With mer- cb_mts as well as takin a@n- tage of student discounts. Banquet Set For Oct. 30 Saturday, Oct. 30, is the dae selected for the Jaycee Conservation Famner Recogni- tion Banquet, accotding to Lee IIeiy<lt, presdelR off the Ce- ney Jaycees. The bq.uet wi,ll 'be in hon- or of Mr. and IVs. Waiter c0nt have exceeded preos cMnid, Mr. ad M l'dm tIs by Imost $200. chmidt ad Robert Sclmnid t tol of .e.71 R. l.n,t t z,.,,:a. recendy tO 'nt d,a aS" "t'ai:='-- *o' ' the Southwest 'Sgokane  & wer Lolervalo  as cortrlmted $170 of tha anvil ..... 1^-5 an adoa twu fam'e aev 11 aon.. . raners tin" t .. $25 etvh. Mrs. Hedtke said ae . H.e't said  banq,t!:et wil ws grateful for the fine re-/e rein aurmg v... evening spanse from residents and for[ the Istern Wsi_/ the vunteer ,he]p in solicit-[College eamlms. Detailed ar- gents have not been completed. ing. Lowe Poore, fmanci ad- ministrator for Cheney Saol District No. 360 said $275 in cash md a few  pledg- es had been tuedin o him from 17 of the over 150 em- loyee in the dLsact. Al- though he v0s dimw0,ted in the speed of c0butions he for that the situation wod be altered ,after the first of the mmth. College People Give Ca,bam Joheo, amnni seereim at Bastem Washing. Ix State Colaege, contributions  pledges of $2,300 from appvoxinately 400 persons including a- tam,  saff and nan- academic evn at the col lege and said the coeetn was neazg eompetion Lee He'tydt, Jtmior Gbam- her of Oommerce Wesident and Olmirman 0v the Imsiess area, reported that contribu- tions were comkg in good and said ,he wouId lmve a final fig- ure next week. Tom Hagen, Spokane Coun- ty chairman, fet that Cheamy Was pe very well mad that the resdent&M sectian ,had cntriuted over eight per cent of the are quota which is set at $15,500. 1 MAY POWELL BACK FROM MIDDLE WEST .lfJs May Powell lttred last week a2ter a mm's vafim spet with a coun d famy in , Wis- consin mad otlmr middle west- ern states. After arriving in Unfortunate is he who Mltgan she wa taken to the kn not but knows nt state lrks  saw cal that he knows not. riteS of several states. APPLY EARLY FOR STREET PETITIONS URGES CITY SUPT. Oheey reedexs iested in street immomen nex ami smnmer euld contact the city ,hall or peti- tion reruns and mation. Roy Harisen, city superin- ten@eat, mid since tim fonam, tion o local imiovemet dis- triers takes comlehte ne, petitions shotfid 'be Imee,nted to the cry councg as eer in the year as poeRble. Street i, mprovemen under L. I. D. intrudes paving and/or curbing. Lady Monkey Has Role in CHS Play "The Monk," a charming little female monkey, is a member of the Chancy high school' play cast producing "Inherit The Wind" and is brought from Spokane for rehearsals. Her owner, Roy Moylan, saw an article in a Spokane paper about a former circus operator who was disposing of his animals including "The Monk." Hving. had a monkey for a pet in pest yen Meykn immediately OntKhCl the owner and purchased the little charmer who wHI edd her part to the drama porclction Saturday evening. Check the want adv$. seh wnlt,