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THE WEEKLY NEWSPAPER SERVING SOUTHWEST SPOKANE COUNTY 69, Number 23 Cheney, Washington Friday, November 12, 1965 bingle Copy lO Cents Red Cross g Gifts Overseas Boys groups or hadivid- to se!d Chris.t- or gifts to service- in Suth Viet at their own experrse, to contact the chapter o,f the Red Cross, Ph,one 124, Spokane. The Red is able to supply the of overs&apos;eas Ameri- Cvoes fie.ld director receive and dis.tribute Recommen,ded gifts books, toilet razor bl,ades, pre- powdered drinks which can be in the centainer. These be airmailed n,t Dec. 1. Items Sought Bmpive choppier ,Anericn Red Cross the d,oatios of new sturdy tape record- 150' lengSh reordinlg tapes, still self-processing cam- film for tire camera, cu,rren ov battery pro-table re,cord ll,ay- ,pm current pop,ulr snall pocket size chess and cribbbage banjos, uke- and dult level jig- These items be d.Nivered to the at Wes 1203 Rive'- Spokane. Fronl will be se,n to San delivery to South where they will be Red Cress recreational and by Red Cross tn hN)ita,ls. to Attend Convention Power Outage Set Monday Afternoon Electric power will be turned off in a residential district of Cheney between Third and Seventh streets and between C and Elm streets from 1:30 p. m. to 2:30 p. m. Monday, Nov. 15 Roy Hansen, city superin- tendent, said the outage is necessary to make changes for improving the service in this area. Jr. Blackhawks Win First and Last Game Against Park Frosh By Casey Hanrahan q?he Cheney Juinior Black- hawks, held pointless thro,uffh- out the season, Thursday f last week, made news in that g, ame with Park ffh school tiy winning 19-14. Park s,cretl bcffove Cheney ever gt thei,r hands on the baH, then it was the Bhck- hawks' turn. In Vhe first quar- ter Wayne Just connected vA,th Ga'y Ab,l'eman for a TD, Cheney's first of t,e seo. In the second quarter Park umed and Dick ttarris re- covered and ran 40 yards for another. In the third quarto Just conpleted one to Carl Beihl who rn for 30 yards far C!he- ney's ta,st touchdovn. The fvo,.h Sccrred one extr,a lint via ary Sooy in the enid zone. In the ourth quarter Park scored again and gained the :extra point making the score 19-14 in Cheney',s favor. In the last few rrfinues of the ame Park recovered a Cheney fumble o,n the Ceney 5 yard line and drove to one linch from the go0t but were unable to score because OF wiU represent Chney's terrific holding poer. the day ic of Intern, Probation & Parole clubs to be ,held at, Colge  Sessions Announced starting Thursday. i ........... Leslie K Molior,  ,+rdern wasmngixm ate ,,.... ::a ,,::' rlolge rrd the Waslnton Roc,a7od . ........   Board ,of l:n Terms rd ParoRs, eastern region, will sponsor a threeday staff devekgment institute on pro- bation and parole. Will Sell Yule Trees Elvin Salter Seonts of )p  Will leave NOv. 26 a,rmual Christmas tree to Sberm yass,. gone ttree days. will n sell d year as y have The trees will be TNrt store 4th. wishing to ,have a to their ouse Dean Sweffle or Bl- otter 5 p. m. and of a tree will be The ilmtiCute, first of its kind in hhe state, is for supervisors and probation 'and parole offic- ers in the 20 Eastern Wgaig- ton untis. Alfred J. Prince, in (flmge of the EWSC under- graduate program in social win, k, and Robert P. Lizee, Spuleane, regton, ai adminwa- Lion of the State Bard of Prison Terms ,and Paroles, are c0-ctmirmen. First of the three-day meet- ings vll be Wednesch,y, Nov. 17, in he Pearee tm pent- ,house at EWSC. Other meet- irtgs ate scheduled Jan. 19 and Feb. 16. NOEL COWARD PLAY--Jerry N. Simons of Orondo, Wash., who plays Victor Prynne in Noel Coward's "Pr=ate Lives," is shown in scene with Terril McDonough, Cheney  freshman, who portrays Amanda Prynne in the three-act comedy which opens for four perfermances at Eastern Washington State College next Wednesday evening. Miss McDonough, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. WilHam G. McDonough, 221 N. Fourth, is a graduate of Cheney high and is majoring in drama at EWSC. Peace Corps Test Blackhawks Scheduled Nov. 13 Clobbered giBYC In Federal Butldin olf Chene,y .are,a residents inter-l By Mike L'<t. I ested in putUng their ski, to 1 The Gheey +4tPa ,ue in+ developing .:++tllms .... ' ecod +y10 p+]l'+' ch d he world are invited [ ., i(m Elagt Vail.leVITe+ i N zo --e the Peace Corps pte- tret A r'y ea+t test a 9 a. m. on. Satur-]a n ,,r.-..n+,,mlv ,,,a m%': t. v.. , t rom zuu el-lseao n on  sour note laet Fri- erat tmrmmg, oxane. [ clay win a 3'9- 'toss to the bur- The Peace Corps uses the! y BulMots of Calax. pbce,me,n,t test to deterrmrm n lbat game Cheney did how n applicant can 'best be not dspay aggressive team uiIized The test measures general ,aptitude and the ability to lavn a largtmge, not education or clfievement. (ff test scres ,indicate a lira- Red langu,age4eaznfag ability, for example, the Peace Cov tries to phce the appcant in an Egsh-speaking country.) The placement test requires n,o pveparatien and is n, on-com- .p,eLtve--an appcant can neiflmr .pass nor fail. The alplication form, not the placement test, is the most impoant factor in the selec- dfense a.s four paFers, Os- mld, Conrafih, Hudson and Secrest, cmbined for a +grea majority of the team's tackles. Nor did Cheney move the basil eons'rstentty tmtil late i,m the fourth quarter hen quarter- bak Phil Stiffler eu+minated a sustah]ed ive with a six yard TD pass to Dave Sim.psan. Nevertheless, the Blck- hawks are to be cozgratuall fr their performances Which netted a 6-2-1- won-0s-tie rec- ord this year. C_aeh Jim Hatch tion .of Volu.nters. Persons in-hNh his .team from a win, , - . [ exs to a winnirrg season pri- terested m scrvng m the . , . ,  I Pon' .r,r. rn,,t fill emt zn InarzlY through the ef'orts , soplmnmre arid lumors He LJter tartm |3.v--lppli0ation, if they lme not ,. ' ' .'. --= -,.- -. -- , -, +,, ..,m )- .....  ..... ,-,a ...... + wnl ]ose .Oy three strlrs , mrou+n gnaauaon am,  .... lit to the tester before taking . .... U,.I.. i....-- TL_ I_...i Ithe test. Applications may be Mike .o.n, .heney |||| ||U[][| |] [- I obained from l'.ocal po offic- guard, was mjtwed d.ung line los er from the Peace Corps, scrimmage and was stil in Sa- C Scoff Frost l alwys ,a line of cars, three lWashtg ton, D. C. 20525.  H.eart .hos,ital_ wi'th a -- .... t blks kin+ ,*, th 1+  |  c0eusm.on on weanesua,y ot umrnmg lan sits in " .....  ..... ' " " this" weekr [gazes absently at hks[ M'n. The lh can, chage Mrs. Hilton In1ted ' r thuh lml I twice 'mad we only move two T.. .1.^^1 kA,,-',M ,. ,, .ly movenaent an oc. l   ".hha, isa n .v .,,.,.,,.,, ,*.++-..,s cccnes ,.ows w,n twitch. . [9t L3es " meyee cub flint Mrs. Earl Hi,ton, has :been Specaal Recognition  i,..,-,,., .... + .... /ae,ves ju rrdrms before we invited to partidlate in a Na- ................. e , .... David 1 '" Or. Dan r.z,l+le hi* [ dO very" mormng, tronal Sdaol Bvards ass n con- _ . Ec es of Medical ..... fererm ha San Fraamasco Jan LKe this week receive<z spec a .... , } Must Run For Hill e ' i " , . . ' , , mormng fied with ..... a .,...,,+... u...., t ,,n. .... ,+ f, "hia +,h, 10 ad 11. The topac will be, ml vecogmtmn from the Amer- 'l-u,"js)"a'm'. ldri ' i'nox  ba"l,"ut" "The Challertge Pan,g Lay icon.Jersey Cattle club for pvo-I the bottom of Sunset Hill If Control of Public ldueation, auttz recorus oy two cow which exceed the average f,or all U. S. dairy cows. Mr. Eceles' cow Pride's Irma Omega, age 2-04, produced 8,980 bs. OF mk and 521 lbs. of butterfat, the mature equiv- ale of 11,152 milk azzd 648 fat. Joel's V, aIeri Bernia, dette, age 2-03, produced 9,040 l'bs. o,f milk and 497 butteNt, the mtture equivalent of 11,345 milk ,arrd 624 fat. The period of + l, actathon, was 305 days for bh Jerseys. Real Estate Agency Gets Remodeling Job The Victor WiL,n Agency on ain street has a new ,lOok with wa'Hs mad cunters re- finis,hed ha m,ahoany panel- ing. Operating from this office are Ian R. Cernmens, insur- azee, and Victor (Pete) Wil- son, ,real estate. Mr. and Mrs. William Spence were Cheney visitors on Sat- mday morning for the EWSC lmmeeodng. that Rennet is going to mal it up lhe )h: without stfiftig down to second ,and oing about 20 miles 'an hour, we .lmve to ,be gokrg about 55 wlmn we pass the ight at the bottom of the lill. It is a funny fee'lng to see a l&ght turn m- ber less than half a block away when you are doing 50, but if aJ goes ell we reac'h the crest t 30 miles an hour. "The battle is halt over now and if th,ere 'are not an,y trucks on t'he main: ,highway we ,have it e, tml we get to Che- my, ha,t is. Then we ave o find a parking phce. Accord- Ing to the latest count, the number of parking permi far exceed the number of places. "Somehow we find a place some, ghere and I make it to up every moaning not so bad, I had at ive in the Air have plenty of ready for my side, ho drives is over to ,his apavt- ,a quarter to eight run.nn madly dressed, wash- mad 'tookin for his h ,lueh. Hates To Start We finally get out of and he is vunng ba'k for forgotten, it takes mi,us to g+.his because he is to buy a new ,t- after he gets it to warm up tbr a By now it is five c ,las just after rol lms been d we are both take. Now lflere is rmthing to pe frantic as we xrry bout u, ntfl to morning mm i morni" " [ Im ' just one o liundreds in Mormoe from ! OF eonmmters who risk their jt takes 10 minutes[ samty every mormng. 'Is it 1. I dO not krm/wm-th the euetion gained or use is, ,but flaere is / the doll,rs saved? It must bet arid is ant of five strch meet- ings being hed throu, ghut the United States. Pm'tiVilmat.s are being in- vited by the NSBA from local shoN boards, h.y p(rple in- terevted in education, a,nd the gaverrmrs and some. mem'bs of the state legislatures in the five western sates. Music Educators To Meet Nov. 13 ElaeLrn Washirrgtcm Music IMucato Ass'n will hold its qu, arterly meeting Saturday at the college student union starting at 12:30. J,on A.gRn, Bowdish jtmir h,iffh school music teach,ear, is pagram chairman. Dr. George W. LotzeUhiser, EWSC creat- ive art div'min director, is president of the EWMEA, ad Dr. J. &utin Andrew, EWSC music professor, will be st. lgrr. and M_s.  Kuelfl, Mr. +ad Mrs. Carl Hendricks spent Sunday at the Kueht's Priest hke cottage. Mike Mosman Still ICommunity Committee In Hospital After Coifax Grid Injury Mike Mosman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mosman, a guard on the Cheney high school football team, was still in the Sacred Heart hos- pital Wednesday following a concussion sustained at the ColTax game there Friday evening. The injury occur- Election Now Underway ASC eommumty committee eleelns ave nv ,underwa i Spokane cou+ty. The job of being a emmumty covn:mitteenan is en inartan one. National farm Frgra, ms very on "gra root" atration. : Ch is Bet Pioneer cmmitteemen make r Z F many hard decion, s. O one side he has n,eighbovs that de- trd on him to make aFpa red during line scrimmage. '"''++,,,+,, Summoned; conseTvaon He was first taken to the Riles :Sol Salurday +++++ quantities an<l quality Colfax hospital and then by of grain stored for lan, 'aml ambulance to Spokane. ,a+creage determinations, On Death came un,expeetedy to fhe ttrer side are the 'trust of Belt School PTA Chris Betz a pioneer of Ch'e-prblIe funds urd pozam hey .a:rc,a on Wednesday, Nev. and c,n+gressi.onal intent Asks Parents Help ,0, in a Spo.ka,ne h,o,s,ptal Good Men Needed where he was taken a fecv With decisions like thes h,o.urs before death, ahead, the most qalified in- In Pr0jed Choice Mr. Bets was b,rn ore, Jan. d+Jv+u+als shauld be OeeteJd to 31, 1876 i,n IInois and, as a serve, reported William M. A- smM1 boy, came here with his de,rv0,n, ctmirm_n of the Agri- The executive board OF the parents who lomeseaded eulCuaal Stbilizaon and Ctm- Cheney Btementary PTA met nrotht .OF Oheney. He re- servatin committee far Thu,rsday, Nov. 4, in the Betz ceived ,his educfi, en ha (eney kane county. scho ibrary and agreed tbat sehoNs and the d Nocmal, Nmninees have been, re- the PTA wifl sponsor" coanmun- ad eortirmed to male his fuKy scaened f" qu.ea- ity and school wojeets ts home here. tion. A bal+ot ,lras been mld year. One project, the leveling Survivors are his wife Elsie to every el4ble voter in the and seedl,ng of the Betz s0hool at the home in heney, one con,ty. N, ow it ks up to these phyg0and, is al'ready well 'step-daughter, Mrs., Hele peoPle to make their slee- under ay. In order to select Cobb, CaSfenia; two -sisters tiorrs and return the ballots t pjeets vliieh wl be of the i,n Wenatchee, lhry Wallace'301 Hutton Building, by No- greatest interest and value to a'nd Ann,a Ateh; one venber 15. the Children and the com_mu3- brother, Albert Bets, in Ya,ki- Cheney--Ahin Dov, I-lenz'y icy, the executive boa'd is' ask- m,a arrd numerous meets and Eranz, Gerald L. Gehke, El. jag fr :help from thelavents. 'nephews. mer R. Harks, Alvin D. MMler Parents' Views Sought Services will be held at 1:30 and Fred J. Wilcox. I,rfermation shee listing !'P- m. this Siaeuvday at the Amber -- Mrs. Fredrica M. projects tentatively gl*rmed Jerue funeral h,ome with bur- Ca, rrro, J. H. Iarris, L. S. Me- for the ctrrrent pNvam will ial in Fairmo.nt me,m,0ril Kay, F. N. McKinley, Leslie be sent home with the etemen-park, Slokane. Mit, G. A. Riots and K. N. tory school childre+n the first The Free Pre h,0,pes to run Sooy. of next week. Paren wilt. be a complete obi,tuary o Mr. Deep Creek -- George R. asked to specify which OF the Be,tz in the next i,ssue. Cars%ens, Ross R. Edward, pc, jects would be of the most Chrence Henning, Hugh Jack- interest to them. Space wila Birthday Calenda al,o be provided for the addl- r nran, Jr., Gral B. Joim- s'ton, Fra'nkln Ormberg and tion of other projec.ts. Sale ms"ep0nse Fine Wendlandt. The next meeting of the ex- Four Lake--Jack G. Cons- ecutive board will be hem in]y December and file in- well, G. R. Johnson, L. S. Mur- formatio spplied by the par- Lions Board Told bach, Earl L. Pendent, R. R. eats wl be of great vaSue ha Ritrneier and &bert Wfllns. ! Eectin results will be ta the pla, mnng of tire. year's The response to the ammal :crated on Nov. 22, 1965 at the program. It is hoped that the sale f lrthday calendars has iabove ala-ess, Ma'. Anderson pm'ents vail return the corn- been gratifying, Earl Mms, I said  week. pleted i, nformatbon shee as chaiz, man, told OF the promptly as possiMe o the Lins club board of direetor A'#ImoS.: f:::. : eh mee NOV, 3. B, RAY FOX HOME .......... + metf m t vima, FROMLDEACONES$ FreeLecture on t with the Px-kd cub. Architecture Set He ms aceompamed by Ps+ y Fox came Pme +m ide Ed Doten, John Di Doass tmsifl Stmty At College Nov. 18 and Alvin Miller. where ,he ws treated r a The  approved pla bleedin 1,tmg. He is mttCh im- Ar(fliitve and the Vks- for the ]aia,t mee.tin+g with proved ,bt will talm tml Arts Today" is the topic of the Spokan Southeast club t treatment. the first 1965-t)6 Cnempo-the Longhorn Barbecue o rary Art Series Iectu,res to be Wemsday evening, No. 10. S I Hd presented by the Eastern It was decided to buy emb- n Wlngto Stae Colge de- lems for .the Boy Scout ker- ,partmet of ,art. eh(efs. Al,iu  waS oath- Boy of boy, .how time does The lecture by Phil Gil- prized to +pmlse posts for fly! Seems PrAy a da_Ya12etw more, a,t professur of the rw Earl Mos field fence, ago we sa dm SO. off art in e school of aehRec. Tlre wll be n<) meeting of th s(nal oolmm... Sgce ture and allied arts, Univer-i the Ohertey IAams cl,b Wed- wri'ti 3ack Gbson's Thrift sity of Oregon, Eugene, win neday, Nov. 24,  this Store ad each week and Ikok- be at 8 p. m. Thursday, Nov. fll.on the e$.. Tlmn kiv- irtg up the okl Memoz'y Lane J8, in tire EWSC Hal of Si- i+zg. Next  dinner meof news an<l Gi'bson's  10 enes auda'torinm, ing of the et.u<b wfll be at 6:45 and 20 years ago, we re b<mt In add'it&on to teae+ p. m. Saturday, Dec. 4. to nomivmte m as  Free Gilmore is a practicing arvhi- PreSs' steadiest adve :'rtiser... tet n Egene. The of a,,':=a w+ ++ ++ ts open to e public without "a dices" the other day charge, and .remarked that it w at i Are Uqle d to Vote " trip to the of- Lo ,ao. s,,,,,, I'By State Ag r00.ow g r., ..... /ad therefore, we salute you, Navy Boot Training Chief too, Ken Cmley . . . Saw a man 14eermt E. D. Logs- I , spei on lfabazrger at a 6on, USN, son of Mr. azd Mrs. I .Almo_ one fourth of the Spokane super duopev market at 3 hs. for $1.17. It's gSvirrg Delbert E. Logsckm of 304 W./states daizSymen already ,have ,away our ,age but we remem. 1 Street. ha begtm ven I voted in the producer referen, weeks of navy bam trahlh alum an t l p i ber back "m the ,hard times at the U. S. Naval Trang in the assessnmnt foe the when a Chemis butcher reg- Center, S'an Diego, Ca.l, Wn. Dairy Prodtmts iatu*larl3 Ibs.advefor 25c . .hambUrger. Wonder In the first weeks of  nay- Comma, State Direetm" af /how mut of the difference 6t erviee he will study mill- Agkxfltre Dorld W. Ms eaullfl be attributed to tl' tory mbjects and live and work reported today, sion of the do, tar . . . One of under conditions similar So As of now, oes aid, more tim ttest ,hmt & peek typists those he w] encounter (m s than, 1,300 bats have bee first hip or t Iris first Shore returned out of the 5,700 we know of is  Koslow- stin, marled to .prodacers on Oct. sky, the cltege publle rela- man . . . He ca slmre Izt making the transaction, 29. B,ots must be ztuPned turn cut the copy wish two from civilian to sail>r he will psrmtrked nt te than fing... The Queer Duck's be lmrglrt and supervised by experienced Navy petty offic- ers. They will teach '.him the basic ills of seamanstrip as wll as mwvival techniques, mitary dri+U and other basic subjects. Boot Course Begun By Dana B. Jensen Seaman Recruit ,Dana B. Jen. sen, USN, son of Mr. ad Ms. Don A. Jen,sen of Route 1, panla, has begun seven weeks of Nvy basic training at the U. S. Naval Tr: Ceer, San Diego, Clif. In the first weeks f his naval .service he will study mil- itary subjects and live arm vovk under condi simihr to tose ,he w encounter on ,ls first ship or at his firs1 shore station. On completion o his re- cruit trinhag he will be as- sighted to a scheool, slve sa- tia or shi, ng to the resul of bhs Navy cls'ca- tion tests, his own desires end the need of the Navy. Nov. 13. The State Depamen of Agricrlture will tally the xte Nov. 16-18. First Vote Since '39 "The heavy early voti is eneotmagin," MoPs sid. "It indleates that a large nt- ge of the dairymen will ex- press their vievs on the as- sessqne evel. Tiffs is the first time since the commission wan eslm, b'PJshod in 1939 that pro- du-rs have :had an opportun- ity to vete on flis questien. I urge every doirynn wo ,has retrained +his .balit to dr) s a en." To Raise Assessment The dairymen are vlng on a vecammen+dation +by he eom- mission that the ent be "increased from 5' cets to 4 cts per hundred pounds o milk  from thee-fou.l of a eenlt SO one ce per poumt of butterfat in cream. Tle itmrtase woa'Id  a addthx, ml $180,000 pea- year to  the adg, mehendlsing, edueatiot and resem- lrograms of the com- |nisien. conrbutien tis week went like ibis: "A'Imost anygiN cn be lhad for a song--the Wed- ding Mtrch" , . . Sme day were guiizg to be Mie to Kit .him with the big dict2ana before he can back out the .ro d0r... Ma's. Leona Wid- her says she can .limUy hold a grudge, against her little 1951 Henry J car even ff R is piing her some troale. A_ft l, says Leorta, it has 109,000 miles on the speedmer... , "Vlmter made,,yuu d such i lilting, Smith? aked he judge "Well,x, your honor, R yeas like his:. The wi. was bent over, the screen door was open and the broom ws a- dy nd I just couldn't help my- sef" . . . It might be hat x)u'd ll loo "king a  horse ill the mouth, 't wOt't it be hive if the city paved the free parking lt be- twesn  a,enue emi F Street? . . . Ar ttrat's 30 i this week, ext'e SO  yu ths toast: "May you ]ve. o lrg  a  skin make you a uhnt cap."