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THE WEEKLY NEWSPAPER SERVING SOUTHWEST SPOKANE COUNTY 69. Nmnber 25 unity Committees ked by Farmer Voters ,of the Nov. 15 election of ASC canununity commit- for the 15 communities of Spokane county weme an- today by William M. Anderson, chakrrn,an, AgriculCur- and Corrseation county comzittee. The dec- was held by mail and &apos;bMlos were buated pul)lidy by i incumbent ASC county <)mmittee on Nov. 22. fo,1}owing farmers were :and are .listed in this c.lairman, vice chair- member and first alternate: :heneyEimor arrisl Ger- L. Gesehke, Alvin Dow, J. Wilcox and Alvin D. Cub Scouts Visit Free Press Shop Mrs. Bob Morrow, den mother of den No. 6, Chancy Cub Scouts, and five of her Cubs and Boy Scout Jim Douglas visited The Free Press shop Tuesday after. noon and learned something about how a newspaper is printed. The Cubs are Ter- ry Murphy, Jim McConnell, Dennis Miller, Steve Mor- row and Keith Isherwoocl. Flag Flying Cheers ILiem Pick County Group Roger Bean ASC community cam- ! chairman, i Viet Nam Casualty regular member auto- ,become the de- to the calmly conven. ! heer the ASC eonty Mr. arid ls. Art Bean have received word that their man, will be elected. The !/Lt. l%oger .Bean a HU1B convention vd be hexad ,lmh'Vogter pilot attached to Darig(M hostess room, Francis, Spokane. the First Cavalry (Airmobile), -First SpecM Fores, was Duties Explained wounded in the head wli,le op- and community far erating n he highands of committees have charge Viet Nam aa, r the Cambodian administratio of such boer. farm action programs In Severe Fighting Agricultural Conse,rva- Lt. Bean wrote ttmt in this if, rain, Voluntary ,action, they landed in a havy and the Nthn Woo,1 concertration of VC troops acreage aormnts, 'armed with new Chinese auto- loans and storage ra.ti.c weapons ad that many loans. American troo were lost as they jumped from he aircraft Crowd [njoys no. that pobably over I000, VC's were killed. It  one of i  .'we" Conceal warthe moStso far.Severe baittles of the i He stated .hi warned was :00Tm'Y:L emteving the  of  hl- ii, . . . met and emergin,g thrv$h the ym /'ont, eut, g a gash frn hCs ght: NOV. {4. @hen ear to ,his temple. He was f[WSC C)llgia fl&ging ewactmted to Plei NIe then to : yreseRted a mrewe Pleu for treatment. The ,a[[t fur he tin, Vie prier to wound reqtired eht stitches. " "" departm-e for the Par Cites Red Brutality Stmday afternoon, IA. Bean said the boys over Cheney, Washington._____ day, November 26, 1965 TAKES THE DITCH -- AI McConnell of Six)- to take the ditch to avoid hitting the Johnson kane, driving the Auto Mart wrecker, east. car. The truck turned on its side on the edge bound, was rounding the curve across from of the highway shoulder and fortunately the the O. K. Tire Shop when Ernie Johnson, long dver was not hurt. This Free Press photo, time Chancy auto mechanic, pulled out from taken during the season's first snowfall, shows the tire shop headed east toward the down- the wrecker on the road shoulder after it town business section. McConnell told Po- had spun around and overturned. lice Chief Jimmie Crawfordhat he el ect__ ......... " Rites Held Tuesday Fale of Intelledual Under Communism .. _. i. For Peter Shllham To Be Discussed by Exped on lhursday Ftmeral Li  were held "The Fate of the Intellec- tual Under Communism" will be discussed ,by Dr. Helmut R. Boeninger, wiedy traveled as- sociate lrofessor of German at Stanford Universi(y, in a 75th Anniversary Lecture Ser- ies ogram at Eastern, Thurs- day, Dec. 2. The t,ak at 12:30 in Showal- ter auditorium on the EWSC campus in Cheney, is o,pen to the public without charge. For almost three years, Dr. Boenirger taught, lectured and served as director (f Stanord- inGe'many, the Eurogea branch campus near Stuttgart. Studied Topic A Year Between 1960 and 1963 he made frequent vsits to Berlin, both West ,and East, and tYa'ee trips throagh East Germany, including an extended study tour. In 1964, with access to the 'arMves in ,a minUeT near Bonn, he ndertook a { one,year investigation of the *ate of the intellectual 'under a sc-called socia}ist system of overrment. German-barn and educated there were extremely pleased 34 member group, co- that the people here ave frir by the USO and the /2ags in support of their ef- MuSic Cotmcil, will forts. He said, "It gives you a at the Universities of Munich a special mugical pro- good feeling in,de to know i and Borm Dr Boeniner is an 'Say it With M%mc," to the people a o  hen.ey are fly-[American' citizen nd" ha's audiences in Japan, mg a few. }ags. I,t s t_, tad[been a residen of the United Okirmwa and Guam. It event(me m the U. S. ca  see ! S%ates since the early 1930's a hhh(ynr  the lyruCality the ommnists [earrizg h M: A. at'he Uni-' to be Chose for the impo., an.the pe. J versity of Wisconn and his Pie. ou just can t t/aeve  / Ph D at gtanford progaza wilt feature - , ............ until you do see it. We knw( ___ tunes, old fa, we ,,are fighting for a real Seen 'n Heard show tupJes ca'l_te "' stinted further that he songs. They will ,he wouM be back flying a sovn, a the stitches ate removed. Two Army Officers At Eastern Given Awards Wednesday if you're keeping weathe records, write it down that Vhe first sn,ow of the winter start- ed falling at about 6 a. m. on Tuesday, Nbv. 23 . . . Arid, to revive an oldtime remark, bow's your woodpile?... Driv- ing through the first srmwall, we were fedirg qmte smug about having put on the snow tires two weeks ago . . . Mrs. Ken McOalil at he Oheney Dept. Store ,says she likes a four season climate and can put tp with a certain amount of snow but feels that last win. ter Nature overdid ns .... Wtoh the Supreme Cuvt re, verse the lower court which in'ed the Oom,mtmist party $23D,000  othew day... Like nmst Americans, we support our Vit Nm efft bul can't hal9 wihg it coul be fought to win by seasoned ca'eer mil- itaxy ,mere mthe th by tlm Oomlmter Kld in the Penta- gon and certain eleme%s in the State Dep00 .... P00porting on ihis recen deer um trip near Twisp, I.yd Hlladay exphined everythg in brief, by saying, "Well, we had a good outing" . . . Eddie Betz recently p down a six gallon crock of sauer kva ad we want it on the record tla.t he's promised us a generous sam- le... We sometimes wonder if currency Undeenmble in ilwr or gold plus dbascd coinage is one of the Irices we're lyi for the blsins of the Great Society... Wn- an writer to the Spokesmma- Review pulse fohn pening 15 colege professors for pick- eting the talk by the Selma, i Ala., sheriff but fafli to pck- eta recent Cormnunist speak- er appearing on the EWSC campus . . . And now as we n'ie flis on Thanksgiving eve we offer this admiShmeni s you get ready to pull up to the festive board, "Remem- ber your failing." . . . Acting PM Serving Here To army non,conmissioned offies on the EWSC ROTCi staff were presented aards .by Dr. Dan S. Paten, W- SC pres/det, in eexemoes at the college Wednesday morn-: lug, Nov. 24. gt. Maj. JOhn E. Cnton won ,his secan1 Army Ckmmmn- darien Medal for meria'ious; ,service as senor enlisted in-: sCructor wlffie assigned to the, UmvexsRy of Puerto Rico from I Jly, 1962 to Jume of this year. Sgt. 1/c Timnm P. Hardin, who has ,been an ROTC in- structor 'at EWSC simce Apmil, 1964, and who wl retire Nov. 30 after 22 yemr of settee, ws awarded an Army Cmn- zneclation Meal for his ser- qce at EWSC. Sgt. Mj. and Mrs. Cvpton reside at 125 Erie St. S. 1/c and Mrs. Havdn and mir three daughters, Nanette, 12, Melody, 8, rd TraUma, live at 534 W. Third. FLOAT COMMITTEE TO HOLD DJ DANCE A derma, spons6red by the Ftt committee as a benea't, be herd at the city hal Saturday, Nov. 27. 1)analog !will be from 9 to 12, wih mu- sic by DJ DI Black. LAYMEN'S DINNER SET MONDAY NIGHT Central M.-qbedlst clmrch wRt be the Ivcatim ir the ]tnea's dhmer o Mon- day, Nov. 29, ha Spokane at 6:30 p. m. Men of the local church will attend. Dr. Lloyd VmleBe will receive re,r- rations for the dnmer. L. Shea of Tyler, as acti 1mst- Ohny f two aad yes  Nov. 4, 9zis - will  pat- .that period. Here been my peivilege to serve, since 1963, ,s acting past- L.eney. During this time t tm beam my to mee and be- with ninny CTm- residn*s. I ,have a the .hdp lat  been 'me by Oheney rest- college ald epeciagy the of he Cheney pot trust time the same wifl be Oheney's new post. Shepard. SLIDE SUNDAY Mm. Llyyd Vade. a public slmw. slides of Ha- muw it while past year theme .EW6C. This. etmrc a Skin,lay droning, interested perns A period of tlks and answers at 11 a. m. Tuesday at Th With a special interest in lll-Geraghty's for Peter F. modern German Bevature and Sham, 45, lffekmg Spokane the theater 'mad with numer- resident who died there in a os publicato in, pofessio.n- hospital Saturday. Intemert al journals, Dr. Bominger is uas in Marslall cemetery. we equippe<t to .gi 9 new in- l Mr. Shilam attended Spo- ighs imo the tierman cul- 1 kane schools, fought in the Af- ttural sere ,ad in the intel-Irican campaign of World War ]Mual split betwee C)oanmu-l I[ and was an empt'oye of the im and at the free wrld. ' Kaiser Aluminum aad Chemi, --- -------=--- t cal Carp s. Trenwood RoKhng * l. He was a member of i Muscular Dystrophy!0000,0000r00o0000 Survivors incl'ude ,his mth- Drive Set Dec,! 1st. "ihe "W" club of Eastern Washington college :'il Can- d.u the 1965 Maxeh AinSt Mucuhr Dytr<hy  (3honey on Tuesday evenin*:dNov. 30. This is the sixtr "W" ehZb membem have vluneer- ed in the anual camvaigt, to advanee MDAA's multi-plmsed program of research, patient care and education. The "W" club was honored at the awards banquet in Spo- kane in early summed" with a pSaque foe" heir consisten ef- forts in behalf of MDAA. he value%ears  be wear- hag their ,letter jackets or tersand 'may be ide&fied by a ld, ge bearing the like- ness of comedian Jesry Lewis, the arffa,nization's rmtirml chairman.  Bitter Drive Nearing End CAmirman Earl Mos nd Mike MiUer of the Lions club Birthday Calemhr les com- mittee repart tlmt time for or- dewing the eatends is gow- er, Mrs:. Mry Shiltam, mad a brother, Charley, at the home, E13124 Rich; a brathe, Del- bert, Spokane, and a ster, Edna Towe, in Seattle. Overseas Parcels Deadline Dec. 105 The priod Dec. i to Dec. 10 has been d  the maifing of air  parod post to members of r armed fore- es ovm-seas. Greeting cards for the  tomes aver- seas Should ,be mailed win the periods desgnuted ar p- ceks if they are o rve a reas- onbe expe6tion of dlivevy pr to Christmas. The tern "armed foes overseas" inoludes pevnnei of our rmed farces, members of eir families, and author- ized U. S. civilians em,ryed overseas, vho .receive their mfl through an army r fleet APO, New lark, San Francis- co or Seattle. In order to minintize any delays, it is u,gested that mailers use eial care in iaclcaging al wrapping pr. Single Copy I0 Cents School Board Reorganizes; New Member Is Welcomed School directors of I)dstriet No. 3@0 welcomed Kern Say as armw member of t&e schl imard to serve for four yera Following Mr. Sooy's completioa of the oath of office, the school board reovgaaized, as req u lDr aw, with Oaxae R. Stewart being re-elected far cb Poere beirg reapp0dned board clerk Rielmrd Russel will act as Carnival Winners Named, Net Given The annual Cheney high school carnival he!d" Nov. 12 proved to be another out- standing success. An approx- imate net profit of $2300 was realized out of gross receipts of $3820. The color TV set was won by Leroy Stevens of Airway Heights; second prize, a clock radio, was won by Roger Zimmerman of Cha- ncy and the electric tooth- brush was won by W. C, Bain, Jr., 3004 West 8th, Spokane. Arizona 00iversi00 Woodwina Ouadet To Peflor00 Dec. 2 The University of Arizowa Wvodwind quintet wl'l be pre- sented by EWSC Th,uesday eve- ning, Dec. 2, .s an attraction of its 75th Anniversary C,ham- ber Series. A program of work's by Ear- rows, Beethoven, Milhaud an Gayfer witl bogin at 8:15 p. m. Showalter auditvum. A limited numbor of tickets will be aaihble at the door. nce ts organiaztton in 1959, the Univeaty of Arizo. na woodwind quintc ,has per- med o.n the tmive@ cam- 'pus, in the pu,b'lie so,howls of Tu, and in may commtm. ities in Arizoaa, New Mexico and Tes. The xepertoire  the quin- tet ranges rom the " to  ,  '.M mamy compositims seld)m peed. Only 3 Lettermen On College Quintet Oy three lettormen are on the 21,man EWSC ba squad  (ach Ernie NIcKie lepares the Savages for the totwnanmnt hieh starts oa Tlm5,, Dee. 2, in Ta(mma. I!hstet 'meets Portland Stae Clege in the opener t 1:45 p. m. in the Lrnvelty of Puget Sound gy-mnasiam. MeKie, Who had 60 ps- pects turn out on the vefing day of practice, .now has the vawsity pa squad dwn to 21 players.  these, he nmst pick 12 far the Evco 'vice elmirman of the tmavd. ed tta lette,r be written to Mrs. Ernestine Han, re,tiring selmo board member, exprt stag apgreciation for her rnal years ,f sevvice to Centy SCh01 District No. 360. U. S. Aid Policy Stated In other busrmss the sche taaxd acted on fil adption of a policy tting forth the disiet re,latinship with fed- erat edueatlorm pgram The  pliy is as rodeo.s: "Ceney Saho Dxiet No. 30 Shad Vartict in thee  sored or tram- meled by the federal gvern- ment for Whic a .Ive_A need can be dofind and fr vIti a 0cl pogram wou be de- velvped if ftmd permitteL "Planning, deval>pvaent opetion of any rms utiiizi federal ftm<ts al carried out as tugh funds veve beiag u aid ;hroua rind, real adtive ._s and procedu. The school boal pprral  e required fr each  ha w'hieh the Lstrict ma ei- pace and far each project for which an apcatim might be made for federal funds." Building Plans Presented SuperinCequlent W J.  preseted to the sh(l final phm and . cations for :the  (:mney igix sChL He stated tff, at they have .atvety  smrt 0 the state fire  and the state he detmrtmet and  he  to e stae devment of  tpo  fill ,review by  .t avsormel. The  beard to  e fmaa aaso  tat te  tilding is sdiuled far cvm. pleim on A,a 20, 1966, the other threo  to ;be covpleted by Dec. 15, 1966. Bid Call Scheduled Ah related to the new g sdol, the :board aized the at$on to  for bids on major hyms of uvni- and equipmer, t m) that costs eld ,be  in re- ationvhip to the bids on the ,gh  ,',building at the time of bid  py sehhrled or &m. 18, 1066. in a on  ctwrent tyst a rmlysis for the lmikling Ira> 'gram, Rings Im, icted that the ,po.gam w  bt as leered at the time of te - nI election in Septeabev, 1964. Idle Money Makes Money The bol  ad  ia !ing short and, while most of the heney residen have been entaeted, a sizea, ble area romans to be eoverad. Chhaixmar Moos .says, "We eertamly do not wsh to miss nyne, and will rm if we can help it. However, i/ you want to nmke sure that you wig re. ice ire yore" emended', please eal Earl Moos, Dr. M. F. Mil- ler, The Col.lege Inn, or Ed Do- ten, and we wiH nmke sure tlmt yatw rmme is o our list l to rve the 1966 birthy caleiXl." Lotzenhiser Now At Nat'l Meeting I. George W. Latzeahisev, college oreative ,arts division cMrector and clminvmn of the mume department, wifl atnd the cortference of the National Association of Sohools of M- sic  Chicago tls weekend. Dr. Lotzeahser  discuss details of  for full accred. itaton of the EWSC muaic de t sCheduled for next !year when he tlwee.year as- socite accredidation ends. Mr. and M's. Earl Hecla of Spokane spent Stmdy evening Dee. 13, with Mrs. K. Shindler. Skirting The Issue? One rancher meets the Civil Rights Law's equal- opportunity-for-women re. quiroments by dvertising for a "Cow person" He spec. ifles the applicant mutt be "proficient in profanity to avoid inferiority complex in the presence of experts, must shar bunkhouse with three cowboys who sldom bathe."Wll Street Journal ce aal fa#,ze themselv I xrneY.L. 4th types of arlfiele tha are ] The : letamnen ,are proMMted in tire mails to|ea ' S!m, a ,5 lP' oxseas de6natils.. ]guard  St. J0hri; 6'5' Bill I BvRe, a 1mat man from - .... v,.v ,, .,:., kardte Jack State, at 6 8 ' pvo ] TO CONVENE ably .one of te uarl in c]eiae lxdl. DECEMBER 6-8 have A comparison of agimfltr- al equipmt smle with inus- triml equignm gaie  be premmted by Jm T. ,Nk'(la- rey, aslstamt  mmmg of the Iate:rntion Harvestev Oaraimny, at the state coave- tion of the Wmmgtm Asm- cialfin of Wlmt Gmwe in SImkane, Dec. 6-8. The figme will be used as one way to nmastme the im- laat tat agrivu2ure tms the U. S. economy, aa to Ov_md 0he-, Itrfield, president of the e Cun Amochian of Wea Growers. Crowd Expected Some 450 d re ex- pected to atterai the tha-ee<l eomeererme t  Ridah H tel to discum eklenges fee- l'rig the state's irgest agztd- ttwml industry. , Immedatey fng Mc- Carey's talk gt 10:30 a. m. on Tuesday, Dee. 7, Bob A11% Department of Agr0vmy, at WaShington Ste Uai-ty, i wil1 report on ,lid Wheat re-  search. Regimtion wili beglm Sur+ dy, Dec. 5  3 p. m. with the fit gneral sesskm benrn a 9:30 a. m on l0mday. Dwe Jinxes, Waa Wata, a past presid of t ass ciaon, will delSver the key- ote speech. Harold Gham, Wala Wage, i.s convemion chairman. two basketbal 'ktters at East- era; Slate .Ires one. i Despite the ack of eper- i eric e, McK,  the Sav-i ages to compile better rec- ord, .hoarse of playws up 0m the mi varsity, and humfimen. Radio KSPO To Feature Cheney KSPO, 1230, Radio Sttox, which lradcast EWSC foot- I ball ,ums this  announces that a new program, "Cey Cas," will be .broadcast from 10:30 a. n to 11:00 a.m. Moa00a,y 0000iday, ing Nov. 29. This program wgl cons of local  iems, meetings, coming events in the heney ,aa, music and convts. The  'be on KSPO, 1230 on your radio dial. Masons Will Elect At Dec. 2 Meeting Temple Masonic odge No. 42 wtl meet Tbay eve. ning, Dec. 2 preceded ,by a 6:30 dimmr in fle ha. The business meeag will imlude the  of officers, IVs. ter Jm Hmn presiding. A Imhlic instM1thm will be held n Saturday, Dee. 4, at 8 p. m. i to Which fmgy ad friends are *mvitl ar al in perSom are welcome. vet $120,OO0 in the se " of government  f" 182 days. tt  tat the inveshnet of fund nmmie  on hemal, lint unneeded uut 0 the ne00v stm00 emmed the dtsWict ove $15,0OO. Swimmers Take Part In Meet at Yakima T00ree n  swim meet at the Yakim YMA recently.  were Debbie Kinly, Bob Stxme and Ken Radon,  of the tera Wr Rec- reation Aatin The Cheney  ed in eight events. Ken Padon eavaed a 2 ,ph ta 100 yd. e, 4th in 200 yd_ tn- dividal, medl, ad 4th in 2OO yd.  tar lxr 11 and 12. In .the 9 and 10 yem" ald ae group, Debbie was 1st in 50 yd. beckstroke, 2nd in 50 yd. butterfly and 3rd in 50 yd, freestyIe wile Bob Ste was 2nd in 50 yd. Imter- fly ad 3rdin IOO yd. tndlvtd- tml medley. EaSy in , these three swimmers wig travel t Mmtaa to participate in the dedkmtion swim meet f the new ,Racquet and Sw CUb at Libb% BOWLING MASONS WIN TOURNAMENT Danes n Spokam. The team won the bowling trophy in a threeiemn lay o anti the #aque   the  the tale.