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7&amp;e...___._ EN THE WEEKLY NEWSPAPER SERVING 69, Number 22 (.h mev. Washington SOU " W F ST SPO -  NE Vriday, November 5, 1965 COUNTY Single Copy 10 Centa Millerand HilIWin s on School Board , candidates for the C:heney sctmol district board o were elected on Tuesd!ay ,of this week in a rather turnout of voters A total of 827 votes were cast, about the voter fist Roy Mi'ler won[ 456 to 360 or Gar-] Boots, Che,ney insurance  Campus Minislry for a four year term. I Sy of the Amber ds, wo,n 500 to 327 over Mrs. Hilton, incumbent, the four year term in dis- 2. Victor M. Hirl was re- for a two year term as for 8is*rict 5. tie re- 678 votes. Doub'e Winner N MeIOnley, unop- received 405 votes for a the Amber sch, ol dis- board. Fie zo won the for district  fire corn- over Oscar Musser: Program Explained At Civic Club Meet EWSC campus ministry pro- gram was outlined for Cheney Liuns elub ,at their hst meet- ing by the Rev. George Aflen. Koiloma House is the head- qu,artes of the Camtms Ghris tian Felkowshi,p, a mivAstry to the campus of EWSC spns:o.r- ed jointly by American Bop- Lake tkst, Disciples of Carist, Epis- the Mediea,1 Ike schl eopal, Methodist, United Pres- _an George A. Spilker re-]byCerim and United Church 1 101 votes for a tw year ! o Christ Thi mrstw is not .to . Broyl' 30 voes. [out to orgae or mard,Imlte ace ruder, wno was un- anene the mi ' a .t ....... , , , ister sin,,, b_.. ct ior me tta- year tim- to 6'n,ae 'n creative di,luo 1 term, tal,Red 101 votes ] with all"canaus fife ...... '-- Oscar Musser wn the Studen"  "" " ' s ,are welcome to for district 5 participate i,n the campus 117 votes. selmol patrons favored the reguhr tax reverue eeling 145. Charles R. Blake four year trrn on the 399 to Mrs. A1 {Bettil 105 votes and P,u.1 Sic, in district 4 and Mrs. NeM in district 5 won opposition. Senator Sees Control of in Future persons attended the r Chamber af Commerce at  Student Christian Feltowship in any way hey like, regardless of their affiliations, be.lecs, or lack thereof, Rev. Allen t:cfld Lions club members. All Students Welcome Except when other programs are going on, K04nonia House is open f,r "drop-in" use dily from 8 a. m. to 10 p. m. The house .has a library, stereo phonograph, pi, a,no, maffazin, games, art disghy board,s, study space, conversation space and coffee. These facil- ities 'are for the use of all EW- SC students. Koinva:La House is ,also availabte as a meeting p],ace for groups whose pu- poses are cortgenl t'o those =of Ohritian mpus Fe$ow- shp. TMmsay eve- Like Living Here included[ Rev. Atlen tom the Lions of the Soft Oonserva-ithat he and Mrs. Alen are ri; ad new men Jvery ,happy hewe in Oheney. in tl,is area. I TheY lmve been received ha. a main speaker, Sen. Sam jxey warm way by both the of Sl., reviewed ]Oolege and the citizens of of the 1965 state Clmney. He said the ses- 114 days d raised in revenue. The of the session oc- in the hst 10 days be- the school inerez on those wko didn't  the sa,ls tax on Guess concluded his the subject of the im- takeover by he fed- gvengnent of our saying, "Oee federal st, eonx>l is sure stt Cammy recently eed Miss He also feels that there is a real ned for the work ati he ks doing 'I Estevn nd it i is :his ilmpe fl'tat =some day a] deprtmnt of reI4gion wi,ll be offered at the cologe. The Lions are making every! effort to see that everyone in Ch, ney wi bave ,an oportun icy to 'purchase oe of their birthday calendars. JMan Dit- ten was weekend champion salesman, havig sokl 45 cal- endars. Next gttlar dinner meet- ing wiBbe a jiat meeting at the Ixmglorn care Nov. 10. : zz Pianist "00b00zt ]Erroll Garner Due HERE00 , ,MECOM,NGtWednesday Eve. Medical Lake trend wil mar Hng per- Saturday morn- 6. luche(m On the the MedicaJ w,l go to Spokane wl be guests o the Homecoming [ game, Eastern College, at Joe Atbi Lake band. -and Shadle Park high, Davenport, Ritzvtlle high Imols the EWSC band in a arrangenmnt of the anthem wxitten by L Maxson,. EWSC di- of bawls. SCHADEGG'S SUMMONED F. j. Sclmdegg eft by Tuesday fxr &mherst, atend the funeral of Mrs. Edward Haz- Meter I)ive, Am- s survived, her son Dond Betty Scegg ad spent weeks Caxls ,last sum- ,her parents. HEADS CLASS Snow, a jua00 major- was dacted petem week. Terry is of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Erax ,earner, ealed :by crit- ics "The Greatest Jazz Pianist Alive" .and "The lVhn for Whom the Piano was Imrent- ed" will be presented in a con- cert at EWSC Wednesday eve- nip.g, Nov. I0. Garner's apoeerance will be the thi presenatiort f the college's 75h A'veemry Art. fist Series. The progrmn wiU i'be#n at 8:15 p. m in Shol- ter auditritm. A hnited ! number of tickets wll be avai- abe 'at the door Started Young The five  two hath Gar- ner payed piano on riverboats up nd down the ABeghey When ,he was only 11. Then' he pyed in, dance bands mound Pttsbug fiml ging to New Orleans in the 1930% to begin the slow clmh tlt .has put him solidly at the top. At 42, the Pittsburgh-barn bachehr, who sits on a Man- tele1#hone dlrectvy when he pays, is a tower of mpressive statistics. He was the first jazz sloist to appear at the august Carnegie Hall. Albums Best Sellers "Misty" topped all sheet msic sates for three conSec. utive years, and is by now a stmadvd His abmns ave not mrely quick click, trot beemne starsdards, too, sellm oanskst- emy season ,aft seeso. His "by the Sea" has ip00ssed the 2 mk,  a nmre recent ml- bum, the superb "One World Coneart," is fast ng that su,per-succe. NEWEST WRINKLE in the concrete business is this hydraulically operated pump shown pushing the "mud" through t= large pipe up to the 9th floor of the new lh'aham Dressier round tower dormitory on the college cam- pus here. It pumps about 30 cubic yards per hour and costs the contractor considerably less than the old way of hoisting the concrete in big iron buckets by crane or elevator. Two men on top guide the flexible hose into the forms and can turn off the machine on the ground by remote control. The truck's 170 h. p. Ford motor runs at 2000 rpm's and since it was new the engine has run 7000 hours pumping and has traveled 8000 miles. It is owned by Sace, Inc., which is managed by Kent Slate of Spokane and is the only such machine in Eastern Washington, North Ida- ho end Western Montena. it will be used on the Spokane federal building job. The hop- per on the pump is being fed from another mixer truck not shown; truck in foreground is waiting its turn to unload. School Board May Accept Federal:Aid But Rejects Administrative Interference At their lt meeting the board af Cheney sclmol district 360 passed tmanimously a policy statement to the effect that the district would accept federal agistance onay for thse pro- grams for which a local need would be determined and a pro- gram established, funds perm`ittig, without the influence of of federal dictates and which woud provide for develOp- ment .and operation  the progn timough regur adminis- trative procedures and that would provide for board aproval of the association or nt, ,are of each program, invited to attend. The affair starts out with Program Expl'ained [ Dr. E. Hamacher a scai hour between 0:30 and The action was taken after . . 7.30 p m. with a bufiMt din. Supt. Wm. Riggs eined in jNamed Consultant s00hedu0000d 7:30 to 9 some detail the various ap- ] Dr Edward Hamavhev, Spo. ] p" m., dmeir=g to follow. Ad-i pvopriati<rm of federal raoef I ko.,'., =,,,.,_ ,1 ehagg wi,l be $1.50 for trse of sclmo in -t =,=.w,,w....,.,==.ur;.,.  _ =Ki--;-' Heing theirsmd educatkm .the Nei ad .hean.ng clinic as a - p. = =- Youth Program wmid prode su.lat in clefts palate lmbtti- I'KI , DAI tati,. part time empkrynnmt for LIVED 85YEARS high se.heol and caltege stu- Dr. Haznalmr j,o,s three other Spokane medicl and dentl speivattists named by the EWSC board of trustees as comuats to the college speeoh eHnc. They are Dr. Thomas Rulon and De. James McNeil, otologits, and Dr. Ted Haxer, hodontist. Seen 'n Heard Weltsir, here we go again: . . Wonder here 'those hrge crushed rock trucks ere o0m- :ing from a,nd going to? Oouid it be sttff for the freeway? . . . We understand that Low- ell Poere and Bill Ri, ggs are at leat incipien wa, ter dowsers, both having felt the pull of the forked stivk when Moking for wter for the Four Lakes sch01 . . . Did you know Cleat they are now making hminat- ed power transmission poles up to 100 feet tong? Well, they are... No matter ,hzav nice the weather it's stitl an  wind Ask meaxhan with stocks of wiater merchandise . . . And farmers with winter wheat in An indication of how silly the'TV fare is getting, witness these show tites: "My lRher the Car" and ,'Please Don't Ft the Daisies" ... &rid is that lmrd autienoe hughr really genuine or s R dubbed in to get big lghs  poor kes?. Stltl, though, the TV is bout the only ytaee we hear crickets unfreeze . The Queer Duck says he leas a rie who is a successful and modest dairynmn whom he 0075th Annual Homecoming Set at College Saturday NEATHER Max MEn Pre. O,eoher 28 ........ 55 35 .00 October 29 ........ 60 40 .00 October 30 ........ 63 39 00 October 31 ........ 62 40 .00 November I ...... 67 35 .00 dents wh, beeatrse of need, nmy be required to drp out of school utess they received finacM1 assista, nce. Rgs sam a pn is being worked out whereby the cotm- ly superintendent will make application for and coordinate the pvogrmn fr Spokane coun- t)" ,and possibly oher North- eastern Wasbington c<mties chooinw to lrticipate. Salaries Adjusted Several u, pward sMavy ad- justments for teachers, ex- pla,ined by Supt. Riggs, were approved by the board, the t,ta,1 anmuntirrg to $3,622.59. liffgs .said that $500 aad been budgeted for this use and that ,a few more a, djttstmenLs would he conskiered in November. To Try Teacher's Aid The superinterdent reported that enlmns in the kin- dergarten at Wmdor sdh(x1 and grades 7 and 8 at Stmwet school have increased to the poat vchere some relief  nec- essary to ageviate Vhe Winder- garten situetin. At Windsor school he recommends em- ployment of Mrs. NetSm% now the half time ndergarten tea.her there, on a full time basis, nmking foux groups of students out of the three now existing. Rigg ,Mo recomvaended the hiring of a Teachers' Aid at Suset .hool to tsi the sev- en mad e4ghth grade teacher. tie proposed that tMs vamld be an. opportune time to try out the idea of a Teachers' Aid lastern Washington S, ' C;olege's 75th Anniversary Homecoming wi be hld Sat- ury, Nov 6, and w h0amr the chases f 1915, 1940 and 1955. Events will be held o the EWSC campus in Cltene November 2 ...... 57 37 .00 and in tree locati<ms in Spo- Novenber 3 ...... 54 44 .if5 ikane, Gra,hum J,olmson, EWSC Alunmi Ass'n executive secr tary, said. Awards on The ful day  cebra,tion honaring Eastevn s 75th anni- At Court of Honor 've,rsary will begin at9a. m. wih a parade th,rough Cheney a.cl the co Uge campus. Floats On Tuesday Night By Jerry Johnson The Cheney Boy Scout troop 56 hd its al Court of Honr Tuesday, Nov. 2. The cul2 was e(m6ucted by Assisa,nt Scoutmasters $0hn Mntague ami Jerry J01mson and Senior Soouts Bill Hageh'n, Dave Sthlborn and Don Salter. Awards Listed Bob Pierce, Star, photogra- phy, risking, rne re,lmir, life saving, ani swimming. Jerry J 'oson, silver lm, atomic energy, ehevak,-y aml soil and water cansevation merit badges. Eric Engle, Star and life- saving. Bill Lotze'rhiser, First I Cattlmm,m',00 G,.,m, crss, person fitness, swim- ,-,';-." " ,T:r ruing and the mile swim. Bill /O MOld t'un Illght Pierce,,r First (ass, can.oeing, q+,,A ^ AK I swimming. Dan Salter, First ' Clam, personal fitness and ca- [ Fred McKirrley of /mbor, noeing. ! president of the Spokane C0un- [ Dick Swegle, bugling, cap- ty Cattlemen's association, an-[in,g, li'fe saving. Dale Jrdan, nouneed this week that the l coin collecting, camping and annual fun night will be held l swimming. Bd Swell'e, persoat- at lhe Cheney city hall Saur-J al fitness, canoeing, lfe sa- day evening, Nov. 6. All tire. ling and sw,mm.ng. Rick Og- stockmen, Whether members don, swimming. Sandy Fenste- IN CHENEY AREA Funeral services were hed at the Ro,d C'- ehuroh Friday, Oct. 29, ik Frank l!M- ward Ba, bb, 85, a long time Buckeye arOa fnev. He v born Dec. 16, 1879, in a log cabin in the Torriry of Wash- ingon, near What is  Pine CRy. He  O. 24 in a Slkane 1. .His father took a lmme- stead west of Plaza in the Buckeye aea v:hen he Was about a year oM md he ved in this area most of his lfe, retiring to Resala a few 3mrs ago, He was mazied to FAn Aifrey at Pine City, Dec. 31, 1902. Frank ws a member of the Ohthn dmx, .IOOF hxtge No. 110 of Rosia and Pltaza grarge. Jhn Hfle officiated at the services, with So Eugene Eastop and orgamst Slm%y St. John He is survived by three st, ters, Mrs. Mary (DolCe) ladStmae, Ors.; Mrs, Jem HOod, Tacama; mtd Mrs. Earn IArg, Los es, Cif.; t, 1,, fml,r grcat grandlldren, and a number of nieces and nhews. Ooneudag services and ault ilme was at the IOOF Eern cemetelT at RosaJia. Buried at Rosalie He was buried near tka- iia in the IOOF Evergreen cemetery beside his wife and two sorm. I P bearers were Huh Sic- and asked permissin to pro- quotes as saying, "AII I hve I gel, Erner , James Paint- ceed in this direction. "" r ort-" that careful owe to udders" We Jer, Ca.Umn IowelL Wilbur ,e eV a ,  f ' I Pauon arid Hans Clsen . .. have a rzend named Graham consideratmn of the cmbma- S "-- e ........ .............. di I nn, Itor Ot vile Porn I UOI Ctssroom proem m- I ...... i ..... -a*o- the* can n- s>l00m n WhO AREA DONATES .............. sid i in  "*" *-" "   t . x "+ *b_vou=h I =   ' '.,'s ,m'amr,x ,u00,on e " NEARLY $5000 the clar of shl areICOUnm 19st week, It seems h00.,00-00aries hosp00t00is ate run for doc- TO FUND DRIVE 1 oom a f concern to a I rs instead of patients c,aLsr S ro  , , " ( " Our best desoripon of the number of school patrons. I ' Cheey an! other South. weekly newspapor business is west Spokane county commtm- The board un'ammy ap- proved putting the kiaxielWa- ten teacher 'at Windsor, Mrs. Ne,lkn, o a full ,time and the emlloyment of a tacher's ,aki gt Sunset school .at ,a wtge deemed proper by Mr. Riggs. MOSMANS CLOSING AT NOON SATURDAY Harry Mostnen said WedneS- day of this week that he is closing his store at noon Sat- urdy due to the eoll lmme- comirg activities. ' this: "R's fike .riding a Fe.rrts wheel with an eccentric axle" . . Ad that remi_rScls us of the last stanza in .m Old court. try prkntev's poem: "Anti when the mad subscriber comes in t rawt and roer, we stab him v, qth the towel that ]ems against the dyer"... Just kid- ding, of course .,.. On page five of this week s colge pe- pe, 2he Eastenmr, is a tread feam'e stary by Scot N. Frost. That's our boy, journa- lism major .... See you later, alligator . . . iUes certaiMy did Sher fai share in ri, stng money for the Spokane Omny Uted Fund drive, ey a1ne being credited with a cltection of $4892. Of the ,above total, the col- lege 'bud $2592, bust. nees distaet $1124, residential $586, pu*bc sm( $427 and prof peop $233. Easrn Ste .lmspital em- loyees gave $919 and Lake lard $900. The Spaaffle rest- detia,1 canvass netted $63.50 for the drive. ere row under oansuetion by campus riving grmips. "O. S.-Latin American Relations, Are We a Good Neighbor?" is the topic for the third annual homecom- ing sympium to be held et 10 a. m. in the EWSC Haft of Sciences Auditorium. Ad- mission, is free. Dr. H. Kenneth Hossum, chama of the EWSC depart- meat of poli.ticl science, and Dr. Chude W. Nicho aist- ant pvoior of stary, wi dctms the subject. Dr. sum has just retmamd from a year's sabbatical Ieve in Mexico. Dr. NicholS studied i Mexico on a Ftdbriffht gaant. Ba rbecb- Planned The sewing of annuaJ home- vonig barbecue wU begi, n at _! 1 a, m. at Taanka Commons. Homevorg aetivtie will m,ove to Spekane dwing tim a,ftonmon and evening. First evvnt there wffi be a 2 p. m. Eveawreen nce fotbal game between East- 'ern and VChitvorth in Jbe ALbi !Stadium. Pre-game avities beg'm at 1:30. Film to Be Shown masher, personal ftnes. Mike "Wirgs of Truth", EWSC film made to commemaze Jertm, smp coecting .... 7 ...... Scoutmaster Dean SwegleJU,.. [fll year ot  , amaled the instrueors blge ;win   a 7:30 told 8:15 to jelrl Jol'fllffl, John flon - I P," m. m  T e-a. L0as at ta,ffue, Don Salter, ave SSahl-I me mapn ,rmcea m mne. born ,and  Haglin. Topl The m, ng oicers elected were BI He- ! d ae and i reOeliO , senior patrol ]ader; Eric I  at 9 p, m a the Ergle, assistant senior petrul I Ridpa. leader; Don Salter, scribe; I Daw StP0rn, ,Iibcari, and De Jord,n, quart. IRv.e li0.md p Bill Lotzenhiser, Bob ,ee, S 0 Ed Swe#e ad Dick Svele oil Conservafi n str., The revolving patrl ne was wan by Dick Swegle, s patrod. SOVIETS' POLICY TOWN AND GOWN FORUM SUBJECT logev Hamburg will lead the i2th Town and Grm For- um on tqgC campus Nrv. 12 at 8 p: m. in the Bah' I,oungof the Student Union lmlding. Dr. Ham*burg's tpic, is revent viet  ll- and Latin Atne2t. It was the topic of ,his dissertation ibr the lZh. D. dgree v:hit, t he re- ceived frmn  University of Wiscom  June. :, Adults from Cimney and the suro area as well as from the college ere invited to ts imxnal meeng. After his ]k,  Dr, Hmlrg will lead a ion o%he topic of the eeg, Dr. Hraburg nd his wife, ally, are nero.comers to Ohe- ney. Thag" moved here this summer when he took up his duties 'as assistant pfeSsor of political science at Eastern. Band ,Man Writes Magazine Aarticle W'ffiiam L. Maxson, EWSC director of burials, is the auth of an article on'the pper ra- tion of woodwimts to in  test issue of the Jour- nal f .Band Researd% pub- lshed by American Bandanast. ers Assoeiaicm. Maxson points out that per bah, nee in ban is at de- terraced by umbers of piay. ors to a prt or parts, but by tone quality tlat a band di- rector preconceives s an ideal bahr. Lee Dembeck New Asst. Mgr. at NBC Leon (Lee) J. Dembeek has been named assistant manager of the Ohney Natimml BiscuR ooy flour mill effective Nov. . Afar kma suitable ,hou Mr. Dembeek and his we aI tlme  wi nmve to heney. The new nm o0mes from the NBC plant at T@ledo, Ohio, where he worked as auditor ad manager trainee. Dinner Saturday Mr. ad Ma WaRer Sohmidt, Mr. and  Biclmi-d Schmi4t and Bob Scmd, Ro- saitia, were guests of .* at a Jroee sponsored reo0gni- tion '"dinne in Cheuey Satur- day evening. The .hom be- stewed ulx the Sclmdt fmn- ilywa in recogmitkm of tlmir selection as (2mservam Far- mers in the Southwest Spokane Soft and Water Conervtio INmriet. "Acceleration" Stressed mtm'ed sl0akr, Gordon Bu, area conmm'atast, Soft: keyed s address on the growth rote, the  de- man oft the nation% tmCul resources including and mad water, mad the  of bilities and demands being placed o  soft and conservt$on A Dutye to God and Men Oteal, said Bm't, t!re is m urgent need for our enre n to become mvare of sta00e00 losses of 00ood top- and the wae ad 1Tu- tin of our vte su. The task is too hrge and too vital for a few dedicated ommevva- tions. Evevyeae, ,rl and urban, has a , be- ibre Ceed mad rmm, to ca09ev- e   this nmst ser- ious hlation of cnsovi.g our 'land and  resrces. Slides Shown Semvg s the mr of ceremonies was SC:ty Roh- we, Rosaia. The Rev. Knight of  presentet the ivo- calm. Also on the was Carenee Kelley., SC (Yne- hey with a slide series of the khmidt farming . Awm'ds were premmted to the S0hmidts ,by Lee Heiyt on. bem of the Cheney Jaycees and Mrs. Warra Westerman representing the  cMb of Cheney. Tim World Cmmmmity Day of te Cotmeil o  wom- en i=    Spote at te Ka ,=a chumh. Women ofte Obeney chtrehes expect to tend to- day at 2 p. m.