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Page 8 Cheney Free Press Friday, December 4, 1964 ON CALENDAR--This picture is featured on the new Cheney Lions Club calendar, which club members are now selling. L to R, Pack 56, Cheney, first row, Steve Morrow, Claude Nichols, Clifford McBroom, Skip Wills, Rus- sell Steiner, Terry Murphy, Donald Ross. Second row, Griff Jones, Gerald Cox, Marty Grube, Dean Westerman, Dennis Miller, James McConnell, Keith Isherweod, Fred Rosenzweig, Kevin Clum. Third row, Randy Cubs Shown CALENDAR PICKS Cheney :Cub Scouts are being featured on the Cheney Lions club birthday calertdar. The sale is now in progress, ,and within the next two we.ks every family in Cheney will have been con,touted. In case anyo,e tas been missed the calendars will still be available by calling any Lion. "Cheney merchants have been most cooperative in their advertisments and there will be many worthwhile articles for all who are listed on the coming cale:ndar," Harvey Ash- burn said. Lions are having a little fun along with their work of selling the calendaa&apos;s this year. The city of Cheney las been divided into sections and the Lion who completely covers his section first will be guest of honor at the Jan. 13 dnner meetirg. This meeting will also be ladies night. Cheney Courts Cheney Justice and Police Court results the past two weeks are as follows: Justice Court--Patricia A. llousley, Spokane, failure to stop at arterial, no o,perator's lcense on person, fined $5 and $15 (suspended) a<l $6 casts; Elbert E. Ross, Cheney, improper pass, fined $16. Dave R. Harris, 805 Lincoln St., speeding, fined $10; Mar- vin D. Thach, Riggins, Ida.he, speeding, forfeited $12; Charles Beke, 1201 Ced, ar St., following too Close, resulting in ,accident, forfeited $17. Police CourtfKevin E. An- de'son, 5th ad D Sts., Che- ney, failure to yield right of way, resulting in accident, fined $25 ($20 suspended) $2 costs. Mary L. Nelson, 2rid and Ist Sts., Cheney, failm'e to yield right of way, resulting i.n acre- dent, fined $25 ($15 sxspertd- ed), $2 costs. Crawford, Allen Beard, Jeff Harris, John Charlton, Bill Wagoner, Clifford Teidt, Pete DeTrant, Tim Starry, Randy Sawyer. Fourth row, David Thomas, Todd Breitenfeldt, Gib Johnson, Wayne Hagie, Kenneth Springer, Steve Ableman, Thomas Scot, Brian Johnson. Fifth row, Jeff Larson, Brian Casey, Terry Whitehil[, Bruce Anderson, Mark Charlton, Don Killin, John Pierce, Roger Helm, and Terry Kitchen. Amber Distrid Gives Approval To Cost-Sharing Amber School Dstrict pat- l'ons voted Tuesday to provide a proportional share o,f financ- ing the Cheney School Dis- trict's new high school. Amber voters, tallied 79 "yes" and only 4 "no" votes in balloting at the Amber School. A total of 83 o,f 97 registered voters cast their ballot. The approval means Amber will provide $121,000 of the c:JzL of the new building. About 20 students from the dis- trier attend Cheney I-tih School. Amber is a third-class dis- trict, with 23 elementary school studen,ts attending a two-classroom school. The Cheney School District's bc>ard of directors were sched- uled to meet Wednes4ay night at Garden Springs to conside a resolution to the Ambe,r Seh, ool Board requesting ira. mediate sale o{ the bond issue. Approval of the Amber bond issue and sale o,f the bond is- sue expected early in 1965 wil'l complete local financing of the $950,000 :.;,theol. I Keep Hydrants Clear- Firemen Homew,.ers with fire hy- drants on curbs near-their homes ate asked to make a special effort to keep the hy- drants dear of snow and vis- ible from all sides. The Cheney Fire Depart- me nt reminds h,omeowners that bidden hydrants during win- ter mon'ths in time of e.mer- gcncy could spell disaster, for the owner and his neighbors. Following their last meeting, the firemen toured the Cam- pus Elementary Shool. H, ow- ard Noel, custodian, eorducted the tour and exphined the layout of the b,xilding anid fire procedures of the selml. Blackhawks i:y Pair Weekend Cheney will meet Selkirk and Riverside this weekend in a pair of N.orthzast A League high school basketball ames. The Blackhawks will travel to S, eJkirk tonight for the league opener. Saturd,ay mght Cheney will play its first home game of the season, meeting Riverside. Selkirk and River- side are new to the league this se,ason. Don Monson's Blaekhawks got off on a winning note Tuesday night at Mead by downing the Panthers 55-54 in overtime. Beb Bartlett dropped in a free throw with four seconds left in overtime for Cheney's victory. Bartlett .lad missed the first shot of a two shot foul but connected on the second. Mead had led most of the game, but by small margins. Cheney turned in a strong rebounding game, with Gary Rietz leading the way the 11 rebounds and la points. Cheney 13 15 6 16 5---55 Mead 16 14 7 13 4--54 CHENEY (55)--Gary Rietz 12, Randy liddMI 10, Dick Yo- corn 4, Bob Bartlett 12, Mike Liddell 11, Dale Grub 4. MEAD (54)--Dennis Dormai- er 4, Ron Cromer 17, Mark Bantz 17, Don Templeton 12, Ken Mclnturff 4. 'MUTINY' AT PIX THIS WEEKEND "Mutiny en the" B'ounty," the classic sea tale involving ins,ur- rection on a British merchant ship, will show at tim PLx Theatre tnight through Sun- day. The film is over three hours long, and movie fans a'e urged to see this picture from the beginning. Marl.on Brand.o and Trevor tIoward have the sarring roles in the movie specta,cula. Show times are 7:30 nightly. Shop Americana Revisited $ $ IN MRS. WAGNER, FRANK TAKE TOUR Mrs. Larry Wagner and her son, Frank, recently returned to their home in Cheney. Mrs. WaNner flew back to Wash- ington, D. C. the last of Octo- ber to meet her son, wh re- cently returned to the States ater se.rving over two and one- half years in Germany. Together they visited many of the interesting and histor- ical buildings and monuments; toured the Capitol; soared to the 500-foot level o,f the Wash- ington Monument to get a bet- tcr view of the city; went to Arlington National Cemetery and saw the late President Kennedy's grave; the Tomb of the Unknow, Soldier and watched the changing of the g:;ards. At Mount Vernon, they toured the beautiful home of George Washington on the Po- t)mae. From thare, they stop- ped at the Luiay Caverns in Virginia. Thc:se are truly beau- tiful caverns, about one and one-fourth miles in length. Old Chop Visited From there they motored on to Monticello to see Thomas &fferson's home. One of the highligilts of the trip was Wil- liamsburg, Va. This town has a one and one-half mile square section entirely reconstructed to 18th cen'tury appearance. The little bootmakers, millers, bake, millinery, wigmaker, sil- versmith, and blacksmith are operated as they were m Colal days. Everyone who lives or works in this: section dresses in the costumes (ff the by-gone days and they travel in the same type carriages. From there they stopped at Jamestown, the first estabRsh- ed English settlement in Amer- ica, in 1607. There are three shies anchored there that are replicas ef the Susan Constant, ALLEY ANTICS Wednesday Mixed November 25 32 16 Yard Birds 28 20 Beke Young 26 22 Kin Wins 24 24 Refugees 21 27 JB's 21 27 'inan Davis 21 27 Dis Ables 19 29 BuckarcOs Bmkaroos 2267, 78; Frank Selfri:( 209; Gmxly Young 577; Lil Greene 450; Elsie Ableman 178. Fireball Bill Hatch 32 20 Jones Resort 30 22 Poor Boys "- I. O. O. F. Lodge 22 30 Lutheran Church 21a/z 30/ 31 System A ....... en ;5 10265. Ix)dye Lutheran Church 2970 1074; Ike Ledbetter 215, 5 O'Clock Mixed Pin Pals 29 19 27 21 Four F's Fugitives 27 21 G. i. Joes 24 24 Calvert Reserve 23 25 22 26 Amberites Hag Beens 21 27 Splits and Misses V2O 7ira Amberite 2333, Fugitives Hepton 508, 192; Hetty Hartford 462, 166; Ida McKinley 166. Cheney Businessmen ROTe 29 19 Wilson Homes 28 20 Nabisco 27 21 Edgett Bros. 26 22 Fire Departmen, t 25 23 Outt.laws 25 23 Free Press 21 27 Brow & Holter 11 37 Brown &Holter 2966; Nabisco 1053; W. Fifield 218; D. lgusser 589. Cheney Automotive Al's Chevron, Station 32 24 Ratcliffe Ford 31 24,' Higgins & tIenderson 31 25 Eddy's Shoe Shop  30 24 Sunset View Ranch 27 29 Hillcrest Stables 25/( 30,:" Cheney Auto Parts 25 31 Brown & }Iolter 22 34 Eddy's Shoe Shop 2984; S'Mr*set View Raroch 1045 ; James Dyck 627, 222 ; Jim Dyck is row carrying an aver- age of 200 pins per game. Wednesday Mixed Yard Birds 33 19 BekeYoug 31 21 Kir* Wins 27 25 ]Refugees 27 25 Winans-Davis 25 27 JB's 24 28 Dis Ables 21 31 Buckaroos 20 82 Winans-Davis 2284, 791 ; G. Young 221, 583; E. Gocdwin 177, 450. I Cheney Firemen Eled Oflicer00 New officers were elected Godspeed and Discovery, the at the Cheney Firemen's reg- ships that brought the first ular held this week. settlers up the Jamestown Officers are ,as follows: fire river. Remains of the original old fort still sand. However, a short distance from it are re- petitions in now, so paving constructed buildings and can get undc.r.way in July or waits of the fort. They also[ zug.ust; ,c!n .jorm:s are visited the Glasshouse, where avatmm.e at y ..aih eom- glass blowers still blow glass/ple, tewnn.,?xpanarns, ann_ oe- as they did many years ago [tails or ruing Lu motmnb. They visited Mrs. Wagner's sister in Charleston, S. C. and saw the oldest the,ater in the United States, the Dock Street Theater. After visiting for two days, they journeyed on to. St. Augustine, Flea. This is the na- tion's oldest city. The oldest wooden school house is there and across the street is old Fort Castitlo De San Marcos. In Marineland, Fla., they watched the porpoises and whales go through their ,antics. Plantations Viewed Through the South they saw many sugar cane plantations and refineries, rice elevators and peanuts and cotton being harvested. They stopped at Fort Hood, Texas, to see Frank's sister, Mrs. Fred Boutz, (Sharon Wa,g- ner), and family. They spent four days with them. This is the second time this year that Mrs. Wagner has been d,own to see the two gra.'ndchildren, chief, Cecil Clarlton; chief, Ray Ste4ner; fire shal, Jim Fischer; captain 1, Coy Smith; rig 2, Paul; rig 5', Bert Conrath. Harold Crawford was ed chairman, Elmo secretary-treasurer; Wayne .field, trustee; George znsurace commissJ:oner; er Zimmerman, flower man; and Jim Barner, ity chairman. Classified advertising does a great at a small cost. Open Saturdays M00in Stree Barber Shop Open 9:00 to 6:00 Wednesdays 9:00 to 8:00 Order Your Kelli and Brien. Following their visit in Tex- as, they drove on up through New Mexico, then to Colorado where theyerossedthehighest Christmas T suspension bridge in the world at Canyon City. They encount- ered a blizzard in MonarCh Pass in Co,lorado and again in Utah. From A Boy Scout Frank's new 1965 car had a god wrkout, having driven states, almost 5,000 miles through 17 Trees will be delivered LID Petitions RequestedN0w your home S,00mt., Dec. Petitions for Local Improve- or select one at Gi ment District street and curb paving should be made as s0.on as possible, the City Council requested at last week's meet- ing. Normally, LID,s have been started in the spring, stretch- into the f,a,ll months for com- pletion because of hearings and other formalities before cnstruction can get underway. The cormimen ts year are urging residents to get t.h,er Thrift Market starting December 5. At 3 Big Days Santa's ALL FAMILY PROGRAM Walker's !] DEC. 4, 5,6 . DeLuxe One Show 7:30 - Out 10.45 Workshop Admissions .- Bourbon Adventure '?',o,,,_ THE ELEGANT Ever Lived .i " Th%e)?e%a:st , : 8 YEAR OLD Adventure Ever )::'- Filmed! .. Many Specials M00*00NY ........ ON a n's THE RED BARN EATING HOUSE Now under construction... being built for you I Nothing else I quite measures up FIRST & G STS., CHENEY JIM WILLS Classic decanter or regular fifth. Both wrapped as gifts-at no extra charge. CODE No. 572-D STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY 86.8 PROOF HIRAM WALKER & SONS INC. PEORIA, ILL.