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7he..__._ 68, Number 29 THE WEEKLY NEWS P A P E R Cheney, SERVING SOUTHWEST SPOKANE Washington, EridaY, December 25, 1964 COUNTY Single Copy 10 CenU Heavy Snows ts In Loss Of Days Of School M.onlay only the first of winter, c:o.l, we.athei drifting sno,w makes it ap. as though s,tudents at Che public schools might hav.c sc]l up to a we;l: than usual next June. sub zerc w&apos;.'a,.r an2 sflowfall resulted in tS: being clo.srad last we.ok Thursday and Fri C'ontinued hea. snw the continued cl, o,sure on iaday l:hru,ug,]: of this week. Can Make Up Four Wiltm J. Rig'gs t:old Press on Mon@ay that of these six days may be up for by kee,ping the. open Jan. 20 and 21 in- of holding the usual cur- days when students ornarily dismis,sed; on 19 by cancelling the us- meeting day, a, nd selools open on Friday which is optiorM. superintende,nt said stu- wishing to attend chu,h Friday afternoon may by bring'my 'a note their parents. Day Extended last day of scho wa been Friday, June 4 , but if no more d*ays are yet hts winter, sch, ool be extended to Tuesday, 8. In the event more days IT JUST HAPPENED when Warren Wester. man, Free Press photographer, was ready to shoot this picture at the kids" community Christmas event at the Pix Theatre Saturday, Santa Claus was listening to Kathy, Dick and Judy Crabb. Later at home on of the children Council Grants Small Cost of Living Increase For City Employees In 1965 Several routine matters city would do as some others came before the city council ond agree to plwthe drive- Tuesday eveninlg, Dec. 22, in- ways far ministers, d'c.t.,rs and told Mrs. Crabb that Santa's eyes like Daddy's. Said one of "No, it couldn't have been have long white whiskers." 325 chil. dren enjoyed Santa's vit, and a Las. sie movie. Special Meeting of Chamber Sckuled The Cheney Chamber of Commerce will hoJd a lunch. eon at the Beehive Care on Tuesday noon, Dec. 29. Sen- ator W. C. Raugust of Odes- sch, uol will have to be a full week after the June 4 date. With win- barely underway ngw are pretty good that a re days will have to be Nng the heavy snow of January and Febm- g further bad wea- lay public sclools will on MJA, ac, to Dr. ..j C.mH00 ' Driving Cases cases came up.in j.us-[ Hearing Set Jan. 12 rt arm m-ee m mty I A etition si -a r, ........ IL;V ULI I, I# j.wrv YVU [ty ,owners asking he vacation . . lot part of Oolum,bia street be A Smith of aycten / twe,en 2n  ...... ': ..." ........ ,. u ,u vO was reau lanO,of travelingrmeltea Szzerr (rathe [ a-a t andn a..,,hearin, g- set" fort, - p. m. ;r of be road. Jerry "2" ......... .......... ell for its cooperatron wth re ro souna ao wzmn _ ..... raam smuon KEWC m the an accident having re- " dinals. eluding the reading and p,as- the ambulance operators. After sa will speak on "Redistrict. sage of ordinance F-44 fixing con.siderable d4seussaon as to ing in Eastern Washington.'" s;alaries of city employ,ees for title difficulty in doing this, ] Everyone is urged to at- 1965 An average cos[ of tiv- t:e c.uncll decidea to give it tend this special meeting. mg increase of 'about two per a try. 1 The subject will be,  one of cent was granted.  --- ' ! utmost importance for the Designation of the south] aa == ! coming year, said Warren side Third street between tneney Plalleam F , and D near the school bus gar-[ Westerman, secrefer sc,olage as " park=g a'e00a Defeats CilrdJflalsdays between 7 . m., IIMMUNIZ N 6 p.+n  ad,,To I . + , ICI.INIC IS ........ o++o+ ++44 10 On T00Llrsday , + vert azd race Hexw'Ive + AT LEGIO0000 +: , Dr E O Plveger, S One already :agreed to his aai City [ The Oheney wrestlers were leo : "" " po& Cl, erk Roy Fuss will con%act by [ able to do something lst | unty nealth officer, rm(m- ml Gus Opfer of Spokane[Thursday nt.ht wtfic,h hasn't ea a,nay tat an immunize. who is building an apartment [- "" h,d b " ion clinic will be lmld at the oeen accompzzsn Y  C .... louse directly opposite the Blackhawk teams for tyro years . '  ' , " noney American Legn hall garage on Third. beat the Medical Lake Oar- : . Y, , starting ,at 9 30 a m Mond,a Dec. 28. p,romotion .o,f "Eastex Days in Kircher of Che:ey plLs $4 (f0r driver ed- en a charge of im- passing. Dermis C. Mc- Nine Mile Fails paid $4 arid $2 for failure to ,right. with faituve to dim 'and having a defective Miclmel M. Buena forfeited $15 ad Jaso Ft. Lewis and NoN A. I.ormeck- Wash., eaten for- $10 arm $2 for speeding. the above citios were the state patmaan. .poli. court Larry of Oheey was $2 for failure to make stop. Jolm Edward charged with diving, ws fined $4. I-Ie had bumped in front of ,the His windows had Wayne H;mcock, mffeited $25 and $4 driving charge an ,accident. aeciderrt cases, no dtm to the severe are due to .be heard Jack Crabb's court Copy Needed Again, Mates to reach subscrib. next week's Cheney ; before Saturday, will be published nert week. New FHday this the paper will be en Thursday, Dec. follows then that the for general news, church announce- end advertising copy to be set forward a Tuesday noon. Again on your kind assis- wish you a Happy New Year. easy way, Classifieds. Cheney" last November was read by Clerk Fuss. At the sug- gestion of Mayor No,ln Brown the council ,approved hang the clerk write to the station offering [o again cooperate next year. Owners of the Phillips 66 sia- ti,on, wio are ee.king dama gas from the city after a police car accideRtalLly c0sted into 'the gas pumps; will be advised by City Atty. Mevritt Johnson as to ,how to make a proper chim accerdig to state law. A letter from the Medical Lake mayor tarkiag the city for isnee rendered by the clerk's office in ,getti, rg.a new Medical Lake city cerk start- ed. Data Requested The clerk ,also ,read a letter from the coaege asking far l street and grade d%a to be[ used in construction of the new 10 story round tower[ men's durra. The lvtter also[ stated tlat at the proper fu- ture time ,a request rrmy be, made far the vacation of F street, Washington to 10h. Protests Tow Charge Dick HircLdey, 'local eon- traetor, appeared and asked that a $10 charge for towing his 1% tou truck frown its park- ing ph,ce during the rent "battle .of the sows." Him:k- Lleys contention was that in- as, much as ,he was fotmd rmt guilt r0f fllergal parking in po- lice court, he zhouM nt have to pay the towin, g charge. Atty. latmson read the ocdin<ance g, overrg ths matter and it was rmt esmctly clear that the charge should be rescinded. The council decided to inter- view the officer is,suing the,ci- tation an, d the snow plow oper- ator and to have an ,answer for Mr. Hinckley at the next re,gu- la,r meeting. To Try New Service Councilman Ted Edgett re- l,ayed a request to the council from a new member of the clergy in Cheney asking if the When Darrell Phillipon won the last match, the score was 44-10. This win gives Cheney a 3:0 record in league compe- tition and a 4-2 record in non- league matches, as the B,hek- hawk "B" team whipped Che- welah in non-league battle Fri- day right. Individu.al results of the bIedical Lake match were: 103 ---Alan Scott (C/. forfeit; 112 Mike 1attray (C), forfeit; 120 Vern Scott (C) p. McCormick, i 1:20 2nd; 127Bill Purvis (C) p. Emerson, :55 1st; lo3-- Olin-] stead (ML) p. Rich Corns,took, [ :49 1st; 138--Terry Konrad (C) d. Hassi.nger, 7-2: 145--Frank Ra.gain (C) p. Emerson, 1:59 2d; 154--Keith Koch (C) p. Kuku, :48 1st; 165 ---toger Christianson (C) d. Ca- hahn, 7-0; 175--True,bough (ML) p. Mike Srtapp, 1:50 1st: 191--Gary Ruepple (C) d. Cram- bridge, 5-3; Urtm.Darvell PMlipson (C) forfeit over Lid- ell. The Blackhawks' next match will be Dec. 29, 1:00 p. m., at North Central in Spokane. Stores Will Close Next 2 Saturdays Most retail stores in Che- hey will be closed on the Saturdays following Christ- mas and New Years day, ac. cording to Howard Foos, chairman of the retail' trade bureau. Mr. Foos said gro- cery stores, taverns, restau- rants, service stations and possibly some other business houses will remain open. Salk vaccine for polio is available for infants, children ',d adults; the dip=lheria- whoopin,g cough-tetanus for'in- fants begmmng 'at six months arid 0hildren through three years of age; the diphtheria- tetanus for children four years and over, with bosters fox those of high srhool age and for adults. Smallpox vaccina- tions atso will be given. A charge of 50 cents per dose will be made on the polio iocuhtions to help cover the cost of the Salk vaccine. Gary Bates Named To College Council A Medical Lake high seool teacher, Gary Bates, las been named a member of the Ea- ern Washington State CoHege Advisery Cotmcil on Teacner Edmation. Melvi:n B. Voerhees. Pasco, chairmn of the BWSC bod of trustees, said Ra,tes will rewesen region 9, cmisting o Spokane coutty ekcept Spo- kane and the Stmke vattey, ad wtl represent  school teachers on the council. CHENEY POST OFFICE CURTAILMENT ANNOUNCED Postal officials have an- nouRced the following postal service curtailment effec- tive only  Sat., Dec. 26: 1. No window service will be provided. 2. No deliveries will be made by city carriers. Rural route deliveries will, however, be made on Satur- day, Dec. 26 and the Post Office box lobby will remain open as usual from 6:30 a. m. to 6:30 p. m. Outgoing mail must be deposited at the Post Office prior to 5 p. m. to be dispatched on Satur- day, Dec. 26. ATTENDS PORTLAND OPTOMETRY MEET Dr. Mivlmel F. Miller recent- ly atte,ded the Nortlrwest 0p- tometrlc congress ,in Part, rid. Feattwed speaker of the con- gress was Dr. Robert Kraskin of Washington, D. C. He is the optometrist Lucy Baines John- son has worked for this past I$4 Million in New Construction IAt College Approved by Trustees GROCERY STORE HOURS ANNOUNCED Cheney's three grocery storces, Gibsons, Bairs and Safeway will close at 7 Christmes eve. They will be open Saturday, Dec. 26, from 10a. m. to 7 p. m. First Meeting Held Here Tuesday On New Highway Link The first facts ,about a pos- sible new connecting road to the college came to light at a meeting held here at 4:30 p. m. Tuesday. Rmnors trod bee floating around for some weeks regarding the new road but nothing was known ;fr sure untilhi after this meeng, Attendk the meeting were President Pa,tte$son of EWSC, M H. Surbeck, Mayor Nolan Brown,and members of the city cguneH, and George H,ayes, Spokane district location en- gineer. A representative for the Che,ney Chamber of Com- merce failed to make an ap- pea,ranee. Mayor Explains definite can be said about the tocation of the highway util the highway department ac- tu,ally makes a study ff author- ized by the l:egisure. The City of Chancy will be one of the parties equesting the lewis- lature to act at this session. Babson's Forecast Scheduled for Dec. 31 The Free Press will pubhsh Babson's Business md Finan- cial Forecast For 1965 on Dee. 31. We are calling this feature to your ,attentRm because 1965 will be a yearof many changes. This Babson Foreca,st will contain predictions covering such important topics as: Business vlme, impact of excise tax cus" deveMping prafiks squeeze, war o peace in the East, Britain's plight, Worldwide credit problems, China on the nuclear maln, fam,m,,price prospects, silver coinage crisis arid inition vs Bastern Washington State College trustees Friday approved final preliminary plans for more tl_n $4 million in new con- struction to be financed by non,tax funds. Barnard & Holloway, Spokmm architects, were authorized to proceed with working drawings of the proposed John Fitzgerald Kennedy Memorial Library which will cost $2.25 million rand be loc'ated on the pre,se,ztt Woodward field. Anether Round Tower The other building, a 10- story round tower type men's residence hall similar to the present George Pearce 'halt, is br.i'ng designed by Culler, Gale, Martell & Ericson, a S.pokane architectural firm. Toa] pr0- [ ject cost will came to $1.75'4[ rniton, l Financing of the library is l I PLEASE PUT GARBAGE CANS OUT IN FRONT Due to the alleys being im- passable after the heavy snows, the City of Cheney is requesting ell householders to move their garbage cans from the alleys to the fronts of the residences until fur- ther notice. Espanola Farmer New Chairman Of County Commiflee T " " 'be ctty in conlunctmn will be added, with the college will request Farmers recently elected to J..Ki,mblt Barrmrd of the the state terislature to. hav e ,se.rve :as the Agricultural .Sta- ac.lymral firm, said le was the sate mgnway aepartment omzauon  (3ormervatin confident the bttiklinr  d- plan the most feeble route CASC) county committee for signed could be cor"tct I?tr v a o (n,_e.ctiorr between the he. zolowmg.,, year. in.elude: dtlRn tle estimated $2 25 ndl- c kY oi bneney ann vne new cuawman, wmram m Anoer- don east I, reeway '' ar,,the present High- son, Espan,oh; vice ciairman, , -C-a'D--:'--,=,,X oz " .... men way No. 1 Mayor Brown told [ Cs. E. Adams, Fafied; reg-F Nan of ..... .ine r.yee cress ater, the meet. J u.ar mvmber, Ray Chistenseii, I  _ " ne near_ ut2-meaa ]ng. lie added  eve rt R aute 1, ;  alernate;l{h e ._.__m w++ by rouve through Chee, ey..will stlBetz, Route i - [ iae,n. ;. 141ro Omer + bea staCe hiffhay. The electkm was l'd at the M r'__Gr.a'l--a= m , H. one pessible route could be county eonvenon Dee. 17 in  "  uu'a', c% Jo_ . llrs, P .from the Four Lakes r Gran- the Hutton building. Blectors ,mn ivUmter and David Cohn. ke take area to Oheney. How- uere farmers chosen as can- arrolI art, rrepret. evar, the mayor said, nothing ventin deleffates at recent ing the arhRect, mid a p/o- ASC community committee posed pentlmuse for the hall will be larger ,and closer to defhtion. A careful checking of the Babson Predicthms made , the Brininess and Pinancial Forecast for 1964 upholds l/he remarkable average of he lmst years by being 88% correct! The Ion lvect llds the best a'nd highest record far an- nua forecasts on U. S. future business. Disney Film Heads Pix Double Feature Walt DLney's "Icredible expected to come frem bond- mg against future tuition fees. a proposal subject to legisla: tire approval, .and by a hoped- fer $750.000 grant through the Federal Bdueation lacili. ties Act. The new residence ha|l will be built with a Federal Housing and Home Finance Agency loan repayable from room rents over . 40-year period. Located between the  of Sciences rd Martin  the new library will face on F street. The 84,130 toot rater. io,r wl feature a computer center, demonstrmian audi- tarium and individual listen. ing laboratories. Included in the -1 $2.25 mil- lion cst is $ ,171,800 gea] cotructkon; $326,700, me- c tmnJcal _eonst ruction; $212,800 eltricl construction; $102,. 678, a'hit ecturl-elgineer costs, $270,000 furnishings, and $97,570 miseell eos. Fur pe cet sales tax Journey" d the co, hit, "Jack summer. Another speaker was the Giant Killer," wig be the Drl D ,aie.l Wolfe, pofe of fare ,a the P+," ,*- ++++ physr logzeal ptms at Cm- a bia universit-- x'^- "-' ..... [S turday and Sunday. Both are r , w .u,, w+Y'lin co}or - ---- 1 A cMl(Ln's matinee on Sat- UEsTS COMING rot "  T  OIIO. uu," [U ay vll .tart at 1 p. m. and ............. t will be out <at 4:15. The double feature will be shown again at 7:30 p. m. Sat- urday and at the same time Sunday evem'ng. Admission for kids under 12 wil:l have to be 50 cents due to the WaR INs. ey shw being on the pro- gram. Other prices are the ,am,e as usual. WEATHER max. rain. pre. Dec. 17 ................ -9 -14 trc. Dec. 18 ................ 9 0 .55 Dec. 19 ................ 25 10 .44 Dec. 20 ................ 28 13 try. Dec. 21 ................ 39 28 .02 Dec. 22 ................ 42 33 .32 Mrs. Kyle Pugh w have as Christmas day guests her son, Kyle M. Pugh, .and wile and children, Kari Sue and Jeffry, Mr. and Mrs. Monte Wdte and son's, Mr. and Mrs. flames Sto- bie, all of Spokane, and Mrs. E. R. Kelly. FIFIELDS ON CALIFORNIA TRIP Deputy city marshal and Mrs. Wayne Fifield lft Mon- day for Oaliforn,ia where they udll spend two weeks visiting two daughters living at Sn Diego and Lompoc. elections througheut the coun- ty. Many Programs Ohatrman Landreh points out that the ASC county and commumty farmer-conmittee are in charge o, loca admin- istration of such n'ational farm programs as the Agricultural Corservation program, the feed grain program, the vel- untmT wheat program, acrea- age all.otments, the national w ol program, co,remarry loans nd storage faeili'ty 1.oar, s. The ASC county ofice at 301 Hutton building is head- 0uarters for the county com- mittee, and serves as 'the farm- ers' ool contact far busness connected wth participation in the programs administered by the committees. Lt. Col. Crooks Is Selected To Attend High Marine School Lt. Col. W" 'fl]tam M. Crooks WL ' arm, nber of Mar- ines selected by headqtmrters Marirm corps to attend a high level form sc'ools durin 1965. tie is the son af Mr. and lVI. Ct, aude Crooks of Four Lakes. Lt. CO1. Crooks, a 22 year .rvI.'arLue veteran who completed e junior course at Qmmico, Va., in 1957, recerfly returned from Hawaii wteee ,he had served ,as comptroller, He also a former commanding off. ricer of th third RT battalion. During he recent world war Lt. Col. Croks earned the Dis- tinguished Flyirg Crass while tlyng 150 com'bat .missions in the South Pacific. He was again awarded the DFC while flying 81 misons during tlm+ Korean wr. Cash Prizes Again For 1st Buttercup Chet's Flower shop an- nounces in today's adver- tising columns that they will' again award $2.S0 cash priz- es to the boy and girl under 12 years who bring in the first buttercup of 1965. "'It's the eaHy bird that gets the first buttercup prize," said Chet Tuesday. Contest. ants are asked to bring their buttercups to the Cheney Newsstand where the cash prizes will be presented. the walls them the Ge'e Pece lall penthouse. The library is eted to be ompleted early in 1967; the residence hall by September, 1966. Hormring the late Mrs. Mary Newton, directar of Senior hall for 21 years, the trustees vted to rmme the hall lounge the M a r y Newtxm Memorial Lounge. Business Mgr. Approved ]n other action, the board approved employmen, of a bttness m ar, ager fur 'the cl- tege's Associated Student Body. Curt Leggett, Spolme, senior and ASB president, said the students now sped $175,000 a year on strident activities, in- ctu@ing tthleties. The board 'alSo + approved the pasition off am intel'nal ud- tor, and authorized a $5 per qum'ter room remt increase for Louise Aadersn  in c ouection with val of installation of teCtephones in individttal rooms. Acceptance of the ton. act with the Plumbing hop of Spokane for instei- lation of an irrigation sys- tern ereund the Hall of Sci- ences was voted. , A $30 specia fee f( geog- raplky field trills was approved after the trustees weee tvld students were already paying approximately t h e me [anmunt to reburse ex es rmtwred by the field trips director. Voorhees Appointed Melvin B. Voorhees, Pasco, board chairman who was un- able to tend the meetly be- cause of adverse wealtev cn- ditior, was navned to the three-memher pA com- mittee. He rellaces Joe M. Stith, Spokane, on the cm-n. nfittee. Smi w,as replaced on the F.WSC board by Thomas F. Meagher, Spokane, whose ap- pointment was naoced on Thursday. Meagher ttended his st meeting Friday. In the absence of Vow'hues, vice chairman Harvey ENck- son, Spokane, presided. Other members of the board are Mrs. R. R. M'rison, Spokane, and Mrs. Robert Taze, Mohler. Mrs. Morrison and Mrs, Tme aa'e also members of the col. lege personnel committee.