Newspaper Archive of
Cheney Free Press
Cheney , Washington
Lyft
November 6, 1964     Cheney Free Press
PAGE 1     (1 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 1     (1 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
November 6, 1964
 

Newspaper Archive of Cheney Free Press produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




THE WEEKLY NEWSPAPER SERVING SOUTHWEST SPOKANE COUNTY 6, Number 22 Cheney, y-Area Pioneers Washington Territory For New Book Veteran&apos;s Day, birthday of the State will mark the members,hip round- old pioneers who were bo,n during territor- Albert Batch, resi- f the Pioneer Associa- the State of Washing- aarounced today. 'a rave honor to ,bare a pioneer since those rug- ys before Novem'ber 11, , vchich is the dividing,, l those and their de- Summons Resident al services were held day for Mrs. Emma Stewart, 54, a former resident, who died Fri- Spokane hospital after ticker, while visiting in .Steavt was visiting ents, Mr. anti Mrs. Carl ImZweig. and a sister, Mrs. < Fischer, vChen she be- lill. She was taken to the :i, where she died. :i,Mees were conducted by v. Clair G rube "m Mem- (Yaapel of Jerue's Funer- j:ae. Burial was at Will- National Cemetery, !]Iliad where 'her late hus- ene, is buried. He died i World Wmr II.  tewart was born arch at Khlotu.s, Wash. he: early years on : arm near Will- scendants who can claim mem- !bership in the association," i Balch said today. To add interest to the p i,o- neer roundup in the old Pio- neer Hall on Lake W,ashngtoLl, at 1642 43rd Avenue East, Se- gttle, at noon Wednesday, Jos,hua Green, 94-year-old p,b- neer .nd twice laresiden{ of the .association, is pa.ing for a new 1965 directory which will include all names of pioners and their descendants. A di- rectory o,f every pioneer now living who was in the Terri- tory of Washington and their descemdants, wil3 be furnished all n.ewspapers arid libraries in the ate, courtesy o,f Mr. Green, Batch said. G. T. Frost, publisher o t,he Free Press, has been asked by the association to call the roll .and 1}st pioae,rs and their de- scendants in Washington Ter- ritory November 11, 1889, who now live in the area cov- ered by The Free Press. They are: Chris Betz, A1 Betz, Ray lal- linger, Mrs. Tom Ryan, Ken- neth Conley, Mrs. Kenneth Con- ley (nee H'a,ttie Phnke), Joe Cossatman, Jim Cossa,tman and Mrs. Floea (Wright) Rifler, all .of Cheney; Fred Miller, George Miller and Ckharlle Miller, all of Amber. Loaded Gun Nets Cheney Man Fine William E. Huber, 213 N. 5th St., forfeited $15 in Justice Court here recently after be- ing charged with having a loaded gun in a veh4cle. Huber received 'a citation from Warren Hartung, Spo- kane, game protector, Oct. 18 in the Downs Lake area. MAGIE AND CHENEY FRIENDS--United States Senator Warren G. Megnuson, D-Wash., (fourth from left), posed with Cheney Demo- crats during stop at party headquarters here last Friday following address at Eastern I: Stewar 10, at he! nt's tTke and ttended Che- kOls -as ),'Vo.rs include two so , L' Ztewart, Tigard, Ore., ;_. J. Griffith, in Hawaii; ghters, Mrs. Ja,n Hin- aata Cruz, Calif., Mrs.  Thomas and Mrs. Hel- MARKETS Soft White, bushel ........ $ 1.33 \\;Vhite Club, bushel ........ $ 1.37 Cheney Workers For Farm Census Named For Survey Enumerators have been named in South Spokane Cairn. ty for the 1964 census af agri- culture, crew leader Elmer Cos{on, Hatting ton, said teday. Enumertors in Saulh Spo- kane C:ountv belong to a force of 23,000 (hrough, out the na- tio employed temporarily by the U. S. Bureau of the Cen- sus for this year's census of agriculture. Washington, Friay, November 6, 1964 i n Portl,ar,d, Ore., Mrs. Barley, ton ...................... $42.00 ,.es, Junction City, Kan., Wednesday quotation, FOB .s. Elsie Scottl Oxon Cheney. Il., fo,ur sisters, Mrs. Picher, Cheney Mrs. L. WEATHER max. rain. pre. i, Montana, Mrs. Lena Oct. 29 ............ 58 41 .01 , California, and Mrs. Oct. 30 ............. 53 41 .00 oper, Oregn; three Oct. 31 ............. 55 45 .00 lr "s, Carl Jr,, Rudy and Nov. 1 ............ 52 3'8 .07 enzweig, :1 of Che- Nov. 2 .............. 50 30 .00 d numerous grandchil- Nov. 3 .............. 49 41 .07 I Nov. 4 .............. 55 39 .01 e ties Are Coming ! 00,NGO..ups FOR ACT,O. :Y love them? Yeah, AS an dded at{faction, the : :iah first 50 Beatle aas Irurchas- : " . them 9 ing tickets at tonight's slm pay ro see .... will receive a priceless sou ven- yeah. yell and scream? yeah. EngLand's ans- Bvermer, are co,m- Pix Theatre tonight for what is ex- three evenings of your temper, d,ad, your ears, mvher, et for three hard ier ticket with all tha,t hair pl,aered all over them. Sho times are 7:30 each evening. The Pix has a seating capacity of 3'00 for three eve- nings of art. , A matinee for ch,ildren 12 and under wiU be shown Sat- urday afternoon. The cmpaniva feature will star J0el M,cCrea, a has been among e Beatle set, in "Fort ! nerves). singers (?) will in "A Hard Day's first fea.ture- picture. It s the enumerator's esponsi- bility to locate every farm with- in 'an enumeration district aS- ,:igned to him (or her), deter- mine i.f the operator of the !farm has answered ,all ques- !tions on a questionaire tlmt 'will be mailed to the farmer by the Census Bureau, help the farmer complete any unanswer- ed questions on the form, check answers for accuracy, i and deliver the form to the Census Bureau. A census of agriculture is i taken eery five years in the i years ending in "4" and "9" to gather needed, up-to-date in- formation on the nation's agri- ctuval resources and p,rouc- tion. Such information is vital in makir, g de.cision affecting many segments of the U. S. econ(my. Data gathered in- clude the number and size of farms, aereage and harvest o{ crops, livestock inventory, in- formation on farm equilment and improvemerRs, farm p,ro- duets s'ld, a'n! n same pro- dnctkm exper, ditures. Iforma- on also will be collected n use of fertilizers, in,sectieides, and herbicides. '?Crab,acre." The enumerators will be The massacre, horever, is trained n a speei fur day epected to begin when Ringo I home study course designed to and the human mps go into lpreP, afe them .or t.e fa,m, action.--J. P. I census, their crew leaer sma. I [ The following persons lave I been appointed: Mrs. Roy Dalton, Spokane; Mrs. Jhn laurer, Cheney; Mrs. larl Hill, oslia; Cal Soren.son, Mr. Hope; L. H. Me- Kay, Cheney. Human Mops Coming To Pix Theatre Ch Wnshingto.n State College. Shown with him are :Henry D. Kass, acting president of the Clarence D. Martin Democratic Club, Mrs. Ray Krebsbach, Mrs. Raymond Whltfield, Sen. Magnuson, and Mrs. John Douglas. ]BETZ ELECT,O00"0000 ECOurt Fines P00CKSW,0000E00S Still Heavy Betz School pupils gave President Johnson :,a 76-32 victory over Republ|an Bar- ry Goldwater in al mock election Monday. The Befz iupils zr chose Dniel J. Evans over Albert D. Rmeilini, 67-43, in the race for gvernor of Wash- ington. In other races Senator Henry Jackson defeated LI;oyd Andrews, 86-25, and Thomas S. Foley defeated Walt Huron, 80-30. 1 County Farmers Enumer,ators are key work- ers in an agricuttural census. Get AK Ballots SUNSET POTLUCK SET FOR TUESDAY AIRWAY HEIGHTS -- The Sunset PTA will hold its an- nual potluck dinmer Tuesday at 6 p. m., Mrs. William S. En,twhistle, publicity chair- man, announced ty. At the meeting to foow, the membership drive prize of $5 will be accorded to the win- ning room and the room eu,nt prize will be presented. In -,addition, essay contest win- ners will read their essays. This wee]-: 6,899 ballots were mailed to Spokane County :farmers for the eleetior, of (ASC) Agricultural Stabiliza- tion and Conservatioa Commit- icemen. Bailots should be returned to the county office, 301 Hut- ton Building, Spokane, 99204, by Nov. 13', ]964. These e(mmitteemen have a respansibiIity in the adminis- tration of the farm program on the local level. Many of their decisions affect each and every f aanlaer. Nominees in our area: Oheney: Jerold Betz, Alvin Dow, Henry Franz, Joe Labsh, E. W. Mapghan, Alvin D. Mil- lea', Roy G. MKler, Abert E. Rosenau, Fred J. Wilcox. Amber: Ivan G. Calvert, J. H. Harris, L. S. MeKay, Fred McKinley, Melvin Marsh, Les- lie Mill, James O. Seogie and K. N. Sooy. ,Fur Imkes" Jack G. Cgs- welI, Roy G. Dalton, Glerm L. D(bbins, A. R. Ciese, Nick Hidey, G. R. Johrman, L. S. Murbach, Earl L. Pende11, R. R. Reitmeier, m:d Al'bert Wfllmm Deep Creek: George Car- sters, Ross Edwards, Clarence Henning, Glenn Humphrey, Richard Irish, Harold Lucht, Ra:y Rsc and Herbert Wend- landt. Bond Sales Given "Locally, cash ales f U. S. Savings Bonds in the county lamounted to $351,023 for Sep- Item,ber," Community Volun- teer U. S. Savings Bonds Cair- !man tMward Betz armounced here teday. SPECIAL NOTICE Several Free Press orres. pondents apparently missed our deadline reminder last week. We repeat, all orres. pondence must be in the newspaper office by noon Tuesday. Cheney Police and Justice Court Results the Ira:st two weeks are as follows: Police CouJ:o. E. %, err,  sprague/i sign, forfeited $11; rman L. Ba,rner, Spokane, failure to yield right of way, forfeited $29; Yaee Bruce Hutchinson, Medical Lake, ,speeding, for- letted $14. Robert W. Thompsn, Okan- ogan, no valid operator's lic- ense, forfeited $7; Jg C. Burgemaster, Spokane, speed- ing, forfeited $12 ; Archie Gl, eason, Spokane, speeng, improper pass, forfeited $41; Thomas E. Griner, Spokane, speeding, forfeited $30. Francis H. Phiamles, Ho- quiam, no valid operator's lic- ense on vehicle, forfeited $10; Bruce E. Foreman, Spokane, speeding, forfeited $12; Gary S. Martin, Spot, one, speeding, forfeited $9. Russel,l C Curran, Cheney, speeding, fined $29; William R. Cross, Spokane, speeding, fined $10; Douglas M. Miller, Spokane, fail,ure to stop, fined $5; Fredrick S. Thatcher, Spo- kane, failure to stop, fined $5. William G. Langto Jr., Spo- kane, failure to keep righ, t of center line, n.o valid operatoa"s 1,mere, fined $10 ($5 stsirend- ed), $2 costs; Gary R. ache 1- tree, Spokane, speeding, fined $12; Terry L. Cable, Edmonds, failure to keep right af center :line, fined $5 (suspended) $2 costs. Warren R. Steen, Veradale, speeding, fined $7; Thoanas J. Douville, Spokane, nggligent driving, fied $17; Richard M. i Dadioh, Spokane, peeding, i fined $7; Larry G. Okson, L(mg Beach, Call{., defective muff- ler, fined $10 (suspended), $2 costs. Carl L. Norris, Seattle, deec- tire muffler, n,o va,lid operat- or's license, fined $10; Larry P. Liberty, 728 C St., Cheney, neglig,e_nt driving, no vat'd op- erator s license, fined $12; Wil- liam A. Schreib, Moses Lake, speeding, found not gulty;- David Barnard, SIrokane, neg- gent, no registration on resole, forfeited $29. Justice Court -- Raedenel Bell, Medical Lake, improper pass, fined $11; Pearl Bailey, St. 5ohn, failure to yield right of vcay, forfeited $12; George W. Baldwin, Spokane, speed- in,g, forfeited $29; Howard F. Htrbs, Pasco, speeding, forfeit- ed $26. Lewis C. Newcamb, Los An- geles, Ca]it'., speeding, forfeit- ed $12; PauI C. Ch, agik, Spo- kane, failure to Stop, fined $10; Darrer. C. Klein, Spokane, neg- ligent driving, accident, for- feited $29; Richard W. Schulz, Marshal, speeding, fined $16. Single Copy 10 Cent n e in Johnson Routs Goidwater; Foley, Jackson Favored Daniel J. Evans, Washington's new governor-elect, swept to an overwhelming 710-364 victory over Albert D. Rosellini in the four Chancy precincts in Tuesday's general election. Evans carried all four precincts by comfortable margins as Chancy voters followed a state trend which swept the incumbent governor out of office after eight years. Barry Goldwater, Republican candidate for President, suffered a stinging 628-442 defeat by President Lyndon B. Johnson. Chancy voters also handed Thomas S. Foley,D, a 597-466 victory over Walt Huron, R, the veteran incumbent, in the race for U. S. Congressman from the Fifth District. Foley's victory here also followed a pattern in this district which unseated Huron. Senator Henry Jackson, D, scored an easy 680-365 vic. tory over his Republican challenger, Lloyd Andrews. The complete precinct results for Chancy and Rudolf are as follows: President & V. President 1 Gotdv, mter& Miler, R ...... b8 Johnson & HumtYhrey, D .... 124 Ha,ss & Blomen, S ................ 1 Deberry & Shaw, S ............ 0 U. S. Senator Andrews, R .......................... 77 Jackson, D ............................ 139 U. S. Representative oran, R ................................ 110 Foley, D ................................ 110 Governor Evans, R ................................ 149 RoseiIini, D ........................ 72 Ki.hnan, S ............................ 0 Lt. Governor Goedl, oe, R ............................ 122 CIrberg, D'.: ...... _: .......... ... 87 Secretary of State Kramer, R ............................ 112 Meyers, D ............................ 97 State Treasurer Alexander R ........................ 100 O'Rrien, D ............................ 96 State Auditor Fleming, R .......................... 94 Graham, D ............................ 101 Attorney General Derr, R ................................ 86 O'Connell, D ........................ 114 Comm. Public Lands Clarke, R .............................. 88 Cole, D .................................. 111 Insurance Commissioner IcCartney, R ........................ 97 I,:uckelban, D ...................... 90 State Senator, 5th District Duvall, R .............................. 110 Cooney, D ............................ 99 State Representative 5th Dist. Saling, R .............................. 101 McKee, R .............................. 74 McCormick, D ...................... 104 C:a,mpbelt, D ........................ 90 Co. Commissioner ]st Umbreit, R ............................ 98 Geraghty, D ........................ 92 Co. Commissioner 2nd BLake, R ................................ 76 Allen, D ................................ 102 Prosecuting Attorney Tanksle, R .......................... 93 Kain, D ................................ 90 Judge Suprem Court Oft .......................................... 137 Hi1,'l ........................................ 129 Hunter .................................. 126 Hale ...................................... 124 Judge Superior Court Wili,ams ................................ 124 Foley ...................................... 144 Judge Superior Court Roe ........................................ 125 Evans .................................... 134 Kelly ................................ :.....127 Etgerton ................................. La:lly ...................................... 123 5opt. Public Instruction Bruno ................................... 128 Initiative 215 For ......................................... 89 Against .................................. 95 Referendum 11 For ........................................ 85 Against .................................. 98 Referendum 12 r ........................................ 164 Against ................................... 43 Referendum 13 For ........................................ 127 Against ................................ 56 Referendum 34 For ....................................... 73' Against . ................................. 140 Senate Resolution 1 For ........................................ 127 Agahnst ................................ 51 Precinct Committeemen Small ...................................... 82 Kass ...................... . ............... 70 Francis Kuehl .................... Ira Shea ................................ Mrs. Victor Wilson ............ Eldon Cage1 ........................ Elizabeth Schadegg ............ Ted Stahlborn ...................... Thelma Johnson .................. Velvo Miller ........................ PRECINCTS Totals 2 3 4 C Rudolf 81 118 145 442 126 143 153 208 628 139 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 77 98 113 365 114 135 168 238 680 128 85 118 153 466 132 135 154 198 597 127 140 179 242 710 190 83 95 114 364 73 0 0 0 0 0 Ill 146 185 564 1.5 98 109 161 455 98 116 153 198 579 143 97 ]01 144 439 100 94 129 163 486 123 108 123 178 505 104 87 119 149 449 129 114 ]24 188 527 104 83 116 146 431 116 121 ].3'7 200 572 119 74 105 138 405 107 128 143 196 578 134 84 126 160 467 131 115 116 171 492 93 104 ]36 191 541 145 104 120 148 471 96 90 137 199 527 145 68 93 126 361 111 135 110 169 518 98 96 123 151 460 91 74 109 152 433 118 110 119 171 492 118 62 101 125 5'64 112 117 123 191 533 103 70 104 151 418 109 104 120 166 480 107 128 ]59 240 664 150 116 151 236 632 132 118 149 232 625 136 119 148 230 621 129 114 148 228 614 131 130 159 249 682 150 114 150 230 619 126 121 151 235 641 138 118 ]48 235 628 133 116 147 231 625 130 108 149 227 607 127 127 150 244 649 135 85 117 160 451 99 91 124 148 458 135 85 ]23 164 457 91 101 119 148 466 142 149 224 281 818 166 44 30 44 161 82 116 159 223 625 122 64 78 94 292 109 71 81 132 352 112 130 ]81 210 661 140 115 166 22 631 129 56 58 74 239 87 121 1 83 96 184 1 120 61