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J. THE WEEKLY NEWSPAPER SERVING SOUTHWEST SPOKANE COUNTY 63, Number 24 Cheney, Washington, Friday, N avember 20, 1964 Single Copy 10 Centt Woman Meets King * * * MEETING ONE IN A MILLION N. A. CORDILL Amber Reporter Edwin Dum- this community, echo Mediterrainean cruise, the distinct honor of, that mos.t o dream of. She has shak- er a real live king : Husson II ,of Morocco. told her she's had in a milli, on, she met the kin:g while he was walking palace grounds. He her in Erglish, she }ow and he extended to .her. death ,of his father, II ascended the 1961. He ,has increas a pro-Western carries much pros- reported to be most and goes about the see how the people has built schools and the poor v#ho for- no opprtuMties. Book City writes that is like a story book vonmn .are veiled a sh.ort dtalce be- men. There are many and the _ shop Churches '$ g of the traditional servLce by the Cleney Min- it was the of members to en- to ,hold sep- services of involving more will hold services Wednesday vchile other ,have set for the morning Day. of the Nazarene, Wednesday, will on "Missions," it- special Thanksgiv- for mission caus- flsgiviIg service will ,at the Christian Church 'at 7:30 p. m ly, to which churches ag their own, o,sewvices :i   invited. I a m. Thanksgiving -services wll be hetd :i' i'ted Church af Christ ::t Emmanuel Lutheran Lvhile the Epochal s set its ervice for tO. :00Department 00l's Comedy keepers make desperate ef- forts to sell their goods to the tourists:. She is very impressed with j  : : the hardsome Moroccans who[ ':I: are responsible for the pe,ople I at r'heythe speakhtA (Hotelso manyE1 languagesMansur)" I and are so eager to keep every- one happy. - I Mrs. Dummeier says she is l having a wonderful trip and i seIds her greeting to all. Her stay in Morocco was :to lst un- til Nov. 14 and from there they. were to travel to Spain and, Portugal. CHENEY COURT DOCKET LIGHT Only two cases were heard in Cheney Police and Justice Court Monday ,and court was in recess hat Thursday for the lightest court week this fall. In Police Court Jamie K. Jennings, 223 7th St., was fined $25 ($15 suspended)and costs for faure to yield Eae right ,of way, which resulted in .an accident. The suspension was granted on condition she pzss a driver's trainimg course. Mason L. Hopkins, Rt. 3, was fined $16 in Justice Court for not having a valid Washington,, vehicte license. MA00S ROTC PROMOTION A Cheney senior ,at aEstern Washington State College, Mi- ch,ael E. MMer, has been pro- meted to cadet major in the college's Reserve Officers Training Corps. Maier was promoted cadet captain ear- lier this year. Seattle-First National Bank Syndicate Awarded $500,000 School Bond A syndicate headed by the Seattle-First National Bank, represented by W. Edward Betz of the Cheney branch .... .... bank, was s.u.ccessul bidder Tuesday on the $500,000 Che- hey School District bond is:sue. The bond issue was approved by district voters Sept. 15 for construction of a new s e.rdor high school, to be located here. Robert Blair, bond counsel examined the bid off Seattle- First National Bank and rec- THANKSGIVING GOBBLERSThese turkeys keys been supplied for the school lunch will be prepared for a special Thanksgiving progm through the United States Depart- dinner throughout the Cheney School District ment of Agriculture commodity program. Tuesday. Twenty-five choice turkeys will' be Cookk left to right, ere Charlotte Galloway, served, with each pupil and student receiv. Helen Foos, Ruth Story and Jean McMiilan. !ng a generous serving. A total of !46 tur- i Robert Heinemann I In yashi:gton, D. C. I-- "-- l Homework Film A Easte n, Washington I Kes u Its T01d ,Provides inte.relsl State College Reserve O,ffic'ers/ =, = -- .[:.. , Training Corps cadet, RobertlUv Landreth At PTA Meetmg M. Heinemann, is attending the  ,  : national conven,tion f the As. Res"l "  *" "To'" A film was sh, ewn on home- sociation of the Un',ted States electiono  C  " work. with comments by Dr. Army in Washington, D C this week. Heinemann, a cadet first lieutermnt, is the son of C. F. Ileinmann, 716 Fifth. A 1961 graduate of Cheney High School, he is a junor majoring in industrial arts at EWSC. Parents, Teachers Note erican Education Week At Betz School Program frmmlees of the T. School board members Mrs. edy on mad_era Earl Hilton and Roy Miller; q?he Cack,ail Party, : Dr Related Lewis, head of the i by the Easte*nl education division at EWSC, :. 2a State College dra- ,and Lfitard Co*bit, American ' ent, wil be given Legion, commander, also Saturday night, spoke. ':Y opened last nihtl The imocation was given on by the Rev. Philip EiseIhauer se Aders Hall Io f the United ChurCh off Christ. An art demonstration o pro- committeemen for the munities o{ Spokane were announced to by Thomas A. Landreth, .. ar- man, Agricultural Station and Con servai, on CounCova- mittee. .... : .:: i, The election was., hel&, by mail, and ballots were tabu- lated pu'blicly by the incum- bent ASC county committee Wednesday. Farmers elected to .*he com- munity committees include: (3heney---Jerold Betz, chair- rmn Alvin Dew, vice chair- I man; Henry Franz, reffular ' . . " member; AlvinD Miller, first file sketching, with Donna Har- I alternate "I ....  ;" " , ," .... ; w to) vaun,an, ris and Carolyn Camp as rood-I second altern@- els, was presented by se enth __ , ..... ;, , . ,., n A ed,lh aA .... ;1 o  r'utlt .tlt---l. I,. [Ou)  u ,to, s;,,,, - v-:w % ,- j Reitmeier, chairman; AlbeYt lYlrs ll,Ul;fl rtauranan vtrs . .;. . )Wailms, vice chairman G. R Laurel Hansen wrs Ala vtae  ""e " "- " " ........ '.; '  ttl nm o nnson regumr me,m- "wJlt[entll and lvlrs, r'eggy lxu-lu_ ^_, T If't_._=3 1"I t*2 l .... e -  ,. .'___,_ / uex; rali L', re.ttue.ll, ilrsK al- floln pre ,enea a team teach-  tern t ........ ' . a e; INlCK ttalctey, secano ing demonstration on e,lh.tal I aHo.nao grade socral tudms / A ber .... ; .... ' " r / m ---L  vmray, ermlr- Several musical numbe s *- ,XT ' ; -, ma.n;  ,. ooy wce cnmr- were presented by instructor " Harold Harvey and members man; Fred McKinley, regular o,f the high school orchestra as foll, ows: Jo Etta Lewis, Be,rta Wa, hl, Linda Gray and Sadi Yoder. Included in the selec- tins was a cmposition, "Hun-i garian Polka," by Nancy John- son. member; Ivan G Calvert, first Mternate; J H Harris, second alterrmte. Deep Creek--Ge,orge Car- stens, chairman; Glenn Humph- rey, vice chairman; Herbert Wendl.andt, regular member; R,oss Edavards, first alternate; Gerald Mercer off the Eastern Washington Sate College edu- cation dpartm.emt at the Ele- mentary PTA meeting Mon- day evenhg, . 'Homework is a contract be- the responsiNIit y 'o; 'fUfig the contract should be the stu- dent's, not the parenls," said Dr. Mercer. He continued that parents can be of most help by providing the proper amos- pbere then putting, ,lib,the child on his own to ge the job done. Dr. Mercer felt that soft radio music was ,net a deter- rent to honievrk but televis- ion programs defin,tely were and should be eliminated dur- ing the hcme study period. He ao cautioned parents again,st using ,homework as busy work or a means of keeping the Child occupied. Entertainment was furnished by fifth and sixth grade boys 'ram the Campus sohoo phys- ical education classes, who gave gymnnastic demonstrations on the physical *fitness program under the direction of their instructor, M. Patrick W, hite- hill, ,assisted by Thovne L. Tib- bitts of EWSC and Mr. Chas- tek, sixth grade student teach- er at the Campus school. President Walter L. Pew- :3:; bN WEEK OBSERVED--American eek was observed in Gheney last, ; a program at Betz Erementnry ng those taking part, left to A dessert program for par- ents .and others interested in schools was held at Betz hat ,Thursday eveniltg in onor of 'America Education Week. Prin,cipal Leloy Isherwod, ,ssisted by the Betz faculty, made the arrangements. Dr. Joe Chatburn, master of ceremon, ies, introduced the speakers and their spouses Speakers were Dr. William Riggs, superintendent of S.ehoM District 360; Dr. Don S. Patterson,, presadent f East- erg Washington State College; N6rvet Holmes, Chamber of Oommerce president, and Dr. W. L. Powers, Elementary P- TA president. Special Notice Because Thanksgiving falls on the Free Press publish: ing day next week, all cor- respondence must be in the newspaper office a day early, on Monday. Others with news items are asked to cooperate and have their stories et the Free Press by Tuesday in order to go to press Wednes- day efternoon 66Students OnCheney Honor Roll A total off 66 Cheney High School students are ted on the first quarter honor roll, Principal George Fisher n- notmced today. The members, by class, are lows: Freslmen -- Dale Buob, Lynne Carlson, Bob Crabb, Kemw Dobbins, Pan Eda- atsu, Mary Goes, Dean Halwas, Margo Kembel, Linda Hardie, Susan Mercer, Ron Nieol, Dave Simpson, Phil Stiffler, Roe- mary Swank, Linda Thur, Tom Whitfield .nd Atom Willia- on. Sophomores -- Patti Chat- burn, Darlene DeinSnge*, Ann Fleteher, Bill McDonaugh, Tom Oswald, Renee Phieo, Pam Reid, Dan Simch, uk, D.na Smith, Pat Snapp and Carol Secy. Juniors -- She*rill Cultens, Cheryl Goertz, Rick Hilton, Marlene Hoover, Margaret Kerr, Ruth Lass, Mike Liddell, Margaret Lindsay, Judy Moore, Alex Rajala, Peggy Smith, Peg Tlompson and Sandy Yoder. Seniors --- There.sa Bitting, Edna Cheever, Pat Edamatsu, Carla Fackrell, Linda Gray, Richard Hagelin, Nncy John- son, Pllene Johnston, Eric Leighninger, Carter Rennet, Lind:a Simpson, Mike Smapp, The dessert, about 40 pieS, were made by the school's hot lunch cooks, Mrs. Kenneth Gal- loway, Mrs. Don MeMillan and Mrs. Howard Foes. Servirg were the following eaghth grade girls: Alonn,a Chatburn, Gall Mi, ehaelsen, Marian Whitfietd, I,o'as Fairbanks, Jackie Phillev, Nancy Steiner, Linda Ray and Rbin Davis right, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Miller, Dr. and Mrs. William J. Riggs, Dr. and Mrs. Joe Chatburn and the Rev. Philip Eisenhauer. and Harold Lucht, second al- ternate. The ASC community com- mittee chairman, vice chair- man, and regular meaber automatically become the dele- gate, alternate delegate, and second alternate delegate, re- spectively, to the county con- vention, where the ASC county committee will be elected. The county convention will be held in the board room on the fourth floor o'f the Huto,n Building, Dec. 17, 1964. ASC county and community farmer-committees are in charge of local administratien, of such rrational farm action programs as the Agricultural Conservation Program, the feed grain program, the volu.n- tary wheat program, the Na- tional Wool Program, acreage allotments, commodity loans, and storage facility loa,s. CHS Graduates Honored At UW Two Cheney High School graduates,', Martha Dressier and Elizabeth Thomson, were ,awarded ' specat certificates of high sckokarship Wednesday m ceremonies at the Univer- sity of Washing0n, where both are undergraduate students. Certificates indicate 'that each student main, rained an A-minus, or better, rade d,ur-' ing her previous year's work at the university. 'Shots' Available Salk polio vaccine md (haer inoculations wial be available Monday at 930 a m. at the Cheney American Legion Hall. era encouraged members to Nora Tibbetts, Bera Wahl and sponsor legislative matters t Linda Whitinge*. the local level to be properly 00esented to the le00s00at=eComp e n in Jamuary Ray Steiner, safety commit- Dedare D|v|dend tee chairman, urged parents to use caution i driving their. cb2,1dren to and from school as the school area is crowded with children and cars before and just after school hours a,nd speeding eanrmt be toler. ate& The membership Chairman, Mrs. Fred Hememann, report- ed 102 paid members to date. Program chairman Rev. George W. Nieh9ls reminded parents and teachers that there would not be a Decem- ber meeting. The next meet- ing is scheduled for Jan. 18, 1965. MIGUEL RUBIO KING CANDIDATE A Cheney student is a can- did,ate re* king for tae Winter TOo Saturday, .an m,ual "gizl- .ask-boy" dance, spansored by the Associated Women Su- dents of Gonzaga University. He is Mig-uel Ktflio Candi- dates were selected by various clubs and organ'izatiom. Miguel, a freshman at Gon- zaga, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Juan Ruble, 303-7th St. Hereford Cow Sold Twin K Ranch, Oheney, as reported the sale of one re#s-i tred horned Hereford cow ,to Chris Starzman of Deer Val- ley Ranch of Newport. The 102nd consecutive quar- terly dividend from regular in- i vestment income has been de- clared by directors of Oompos-I ite Bond and Stack ltmd, an i open-end mutual in*vestment] furd sponsored by Murphe,3 I Favre, Inc., Spokane invest- ment banking firm. The divi- dend, for 8 cents a share, is  payable Nov. 30 to sharelaold- era of record Nov. 13, a tram- be. of whom are residents of the Cheney area. A distribution of 35 cents a share from realized capital gains was ao declared by the Fund's directors, with the same payment and record dates. With the 8 ce,rts a share from realized capital gafins paid in February, a total of 43 ceats a share from tMs source will have been distributed to share- holders during the eurre,nt year Total net :assets of the Fund on the x-dividend date, Nov. 13, were aproximately $11,750,. 000, compared with-S10,561,622 on Nov. 30 hat year, an in- crease of better than 10 per cent George R. Y, aneey, C'om- posite Bod and Stock Fund presiden1, commented that continued additional invest- ment in Fund share.,, plus a favorable market for many se- curities held by the Fund, ac- counted for this considerable increase. ommended the acceptance of its bid at an effective interest rate of 3.2074 per cent, net toal interest being $191,802- 50. Others in the syndicate are Blyth & Co., Irc.; Poster & Marshall, Inc., and Pacific Northwest Co. The bids were opened joint- ly by district board members and Mertor L. Howard, coun- ty treasurer. Other bidders, net interest costs and effective rates or in- terest were: Goodbody & CM., $2()4,5'36 arm 3.41698 per cent; Marsh- a,ll & Meyer, $196,922 and 3.2930 per cent; Merrill, Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith, Irm., $211,282 and 3.533 per ceht; Seattle Trust & Savins Baxk, $198,103 and 3.312759 per cent ,a,nd N, ational  of Com- merce, $193,560 and 323678 per cent; National Bank off Wshington, $196,000 and 3.2776. 31 C.heney Grads In l00year College y-seven membem of the Clheney High Scffl class of 1964 are atterding fcmr year college, school authorities disclosed this week. A total of 68 members of the class are f . 'lt2mrirg their education elsewhe*e, inc.tudir, g 18 in j,umor colleges. This fig- lre represents 80 per cent of the class.. The breakdovn is as follows: Four year college, 37; Anap- oI Naval Academy, 1; junior college, 18; bu college, 7; nursing, 1; beauty school, 3; barber school, 1. Service, 2, both-in Navy; married, 1 boy, 2 grls; em- ployed or living at home, 19. Farms ,Decrease, Size Increases, Survey Indicates The 1964 Census off Agricul- ture, now being conducted bj the Bureau of the Census, U. S. Departmen of Commerce, in Spokane County, wilt bring up to date the farm a,nd ranch statistics collected in 1959. Here are a few of the many fa,ets recorded in the 1959 agri- culture census for hs County: There were 2,990 farm and ranches in 1959, compared with 3,549 in 1954. The aver- age size of farm ,and ranch was 274.9 acres in 1959, compared with 229.8 acres' in 1954. The value of products sold by tl%e County's formers and ranvhers in 1959 was $23,494,- 974. The value of ll (rops said was $15,091,158. The vlue of all livestock and livestock lore- duets sold was $8,403,816. The 1964 national Ce 'nu_s of Agriculture is the 18th .in a ser- ies wttich began in 1840. Be- cause of the rapid changes American agriculture has been undergoing in recent years, Census Bureau officials regard the current census s one of the most significan.t ever tak- en. They ask every farmer and ranvher to cooperate in corn. piling an accurate recd off these changes by filrg out 'the census form ,he receivesin the mail and holding the com- pleted questionnAre until a census taker calN for it. Wheat Growers Receive Ballots Ballots have been mailed to 'all wheat growers in Spokane county for the election of a Wheat Commissioner. Nominated are the "recum- bent, Robea't Shefls of Go- ,an, and %ett Barr of Edwall. All ballots must be postmarked not h,ter than Dec. 2 mad mailed to the Sate Department of Agriculture in Olympia. Producers are eligible to vote if they have marked at least 500 bushels of wheat in 1963 or ]964. If an eligible wheat grower has not yet re. ceived a ballot, he should write to the Departmemt of Agricul- ture in Olympia. ..... ,LL ................ : .............