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Pae 2 Cheney Free Pre Friday, Jamtary 1, 1965 CHENEY FREE FRESS ESTABLISHED 1896 PUBLISHED AT 412 FIRST ST., CHENEY, WASH. Eutered at the Post Office at Chenpy, Washington, as Second Class Mater under the Act of March 5, 1897 Issued every NATIONAL ED!TORIAL Friday morning at Cheney, Washington :)i:  i jAoCVTI4. N, _x. o. _A.. Spokane County Subscriptions ................................ $4.50 per year =-.L-." :ull All Other Subscriptions ........................................ $5.00 per year G. T. FROST .................................. PUBLISHER FREEMAN FROST ............................ EDITOR Conservation News 50 Yea rs Ago 1914 In taking :over control of the Cbeney Free Press n January 1. 1915, WiHi.s Swank &amp; Sons made the following an, nounce- ment. "Negotiatzons com.peted to- da'y have placed the undersign- ed in control of his newspaper, and we greet i,ls reders in the full spirit of the sensor, in which we trove come among you. "In taking over t`he Free Press we do so with fair krmwl- edge of the difficulties whiCh beset the peath of him wtm p- proaohes a simiDx task in siva- itax fields. We lave e,one among you strangers, but we hope ,to become better ae- :fed E6gett was elected vice pre,side and Lee Young and F. N. Danie.!s were reelected as secreea'ry and treasurer, e- spectively. Two nrev ba:rd members are Marion Surbeck and E. H. Wagoner. Drivers of cars in tahe Che- hey area will be able to get their 1955 icen,ses beginning Mon4ay, Jan. 3, at Ratcliffe's arid Brown & H, glters. Mr. arid Mrs. Bert Wahl" en- tertained at Chrstma dinner f, or Mr. azl Mrs. John Van Horn and daughters Dori bhirley and Irene ad the Misses Grace arid Ruh Shinn and Gearge Lauffer. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kleiner and her mother, Mrs. M.'a/ble Micldes spert Christmas in Se- attle as guests of a sister and quainted; to make ourselves a haother4n4aw, Mr. and Mrs. 1)lce in this community; to Jo(hu O,lson a, ntd son Jac,kie. ecome one a, mong you Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Levebvre "For this little paper, we larmouneed the engagement of slmtl strive t,o make it a chran- I their daughter Rt!h to Virgil icle of the eommu:rm,1 life; a[Dean Bonk of Sp,vague at a :h,eald of your civic and social[luncheon Monday given by activiti,es; a first medium of]Mrs. Dean Swegle and Miss neighborhood gossip ad news. Thelma Strand at the Swege "If we succeed in doing these thngs yotr heaxty coop- eration and support we prime essential:s, and ,are therefore earnestly bespoken. In return, we promise the application of the best enargies and whatever ef ability we may possess in a effort to make your ame pa- per one worthy of your sup- port and a credit to the name it bears." 30 Years Ago 1934 Following ,a lingerirg illness of heart trauble, Peter Charl- es Hasen died ,at `his home here Dee. 24. Born near Cop- enhagem, Denmark in 1857, 'he came to his country with h, is parents at the age of five years ,arid crosed tle plains to Ua,h in ,a won train. His mother died during tm trip and was buried near Fot Lara- mie, Wyomirg. He was mar- tied to Lfltie lay StarAey at 5tevensville, Mont., on, Nov. 24, home. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ros- enzweig anti Miss Margaret Rosenzweig had as Christmas dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Dn Ros's and Carence Ross f S'pokane and Joann G,rfffth. The wedding of Miss Joan Busse and Richard lllelvfle,, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Mel-' ville of Cheey, will take piece at 4 p. m. Suntday, Jan. 2, in the Cheney Lutheran church with the Rev. Bdw,'d Wagner o,fficatin.g. Mrs. Norman H,olter enter- tained at Christmas dinner for her father A. A. Butter of Spo- kane and he sister, Miss Bea- trice Rutter of Oheney. th Washington Bar Association THE BROKEN WINDOW Slly was waiting fr a bus. Suddenly the large pte gIass wirdow in the XYZ Cmpany's building made a popping 1892 He also leaves three sons, Flmer of Pincher Greek, Al- berta, .and Roy and Ernest of ChereY. A golden wecMing aniver- sary for Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Miller, Cheney pianeers, was celebrated Friday e,ening, Dec. 21, in he Christian church wlh a dinner and re- ception. A daughter f the couple, Mrs. Morto Oenley of Watla VaRa made the cake. Mr. and .Mrs. Miller b.re 11 children, 28 grtehiidren and oe great graadch".. Helen Hoehtritt .is spending the ,holidays with her I eats, n, oi,se ,and broke utw, ard. The window shattered on the pub- tic sidewalk and particles (f glass hnded on Sally's head and shoulders. Judy, who was: standing ne,ar Saly at the vne, heard her cry, I ot sme,thin:g in my eye." In the days that ollowed, Sally's eye seemed to get worse. She was unable: to watch TV without ,her eye be- coming reddened ad discharg- ing. As a result, Sally sued the i XYZ Companff, Claiming it was negligent in instatT,g the the R. J. tKotohtaitts, i p.late ghss window ad fihere- [bv causing .her ij'm'y. 20 Years Ago I ""It was an maavoidable acei- ]dent," said the Cmoany. The 1944 [wind,blew the win4aw out. It Funeral services fr George  w,asa t our fault. It was an act Brown, pioneer ChevY bust- of God. nress .man, who died Deeenber 24, were held from the Jerue Funeral home Thursday aftex- mon, December 28. A hvo,g] rot h friends attended and the chapel Was banked with foral tributes. The Cheney Ki'wazfis club he}d its Christmas Fatty Dec. 29, with ,a dinner arid lX'Ogram. Insallati,on af nev officers, in- cindir,,g William Ardeson of Medical Lake .as pasident, was conducted by Don Engdahl, re- ti, ffmg ,president of he Spo- kane Kivca club. W. L. Rowl- es, retiring president o,f the iocal club, was toastmaster. H. D. Walker has been noti- fied by the Spok'ane County l'lanlning commissian that he has been nmed to serve as a member af the advisory commRtee of the commis.on lo investigate and recmnvnend action to the commss(on on matters pertaimng to a county r, viation program. Can the comlany be held ]ia/bl]e irl/ this ease? Responsibility Affirmed Yes, said the Wisconsin Su- preme Court in such a case. The wind on the day in ques- tion was characterized by the weather bureau as a moder- ate breeze Thee was no e,i- dece to justify the conclusion :hat the wind was of such orce as to be un,forseea,ble in that area. The owner of a building abutting a puc sidewalk must eercise reasenable care nat to endanger the safety of persons lawfully using the public way. White the owner or persons in cntrol of the buiMing is not an insurer, ,he is bound to use reasonable care .and skill in the construe- fion and maintenance f the bu,ilding, which includes he duy to inspect from time to time The cout faund h;at the window ,ha,d net been troper- There is progressive thinking at times in the Congress. Rep. Richard Peg of Virginia report- ed recently on a short speech recently made on the floor by Rep. Gene Snyder of Kentucky Inasmuch as Rep. Snyder comes from one of the states where poverty is claimed to be so rampant that a war on pov- erty is necessary, his comments on the youth "=' camps c o v- i: ered by thisli!!i ii:'::::::: ::::::ii program are !i interesting. --i}: ,, !!ili!iliiii * Rep. Snyfler i:::iiii:-: iiiii{i!il said, "Mr. Speaker, the work camps  --, ----- in the pover- ty bill woul' costS4,700 per c.W. Ha,r year for each enrollee, accord- ing to Mr. Shriver. The camps, our poverty cznr telh us, wmfid provide healthy outloor rere- ation and basic ematicn for draft rejectees and juvenile de- linquents. My question is: "For $4,700 per year, why send these young men to work camps? There is Galbraith, for ex- ample, who once wrote that ad- vertising is all wrong because it influences people to spend their money for cars and appli- ances and such junk when they would be much better off if the government took that money and spent it on pubiie works. He ended up his career as am- bassador to India with an at- tempt to get milllions of Ameri- can taxpayers' money to build a government steel plant in India to compete with the pri- vate plants. * * * These young men Rep. Snyder speaks about would receive ex- cellent guidance from another professor, Arthur Schlessingcr. * * .: Sehlessinger hau written there will never be tre democracy in the United States until gov- ernment owns all the principal means of i.rol:.]etion. Besides saving the taxpayers. money, there are other bene- fits of this plan. * * * For example, csnsider how By Clarence A. Kelley SCS Technician Rip ff the laage; ,lla,n:g a new calendar; ] 965 has just begun. But vait! Have we made our evaluati, on <ff 19647 Now is the time to sit down a'rd compare the plan's of a are a solid crimson, has some Why not llarvard?" , , , this could elevate the cultural The Congressman then point-:1 t::e;f:ilnh: y:Ungs:eioes: ed out that tuition fees board "  ' , and room at Harvard is only i,oo+,n,,],, ,,, , .ran(I n hr- t:,.::,...,;ff.cr =;;7,,,t.;:., $2 701 per year as compared to .... +" ost of4 700 erearkee,, and order. So many of them In: the " oun" men  in worPk are so terribly uncouth, not, or camps He also pointed out that l eonrse, because of any natnral "ar as health outdoor recre 0roeliviUcs, but because they asI  - Y ...... "[ ha-e been dene:l the privilege anon arvarct otters ICe,Dell, " % soccer and bird watching. He[el becomL]g :o:L; at Harvard. also said that Harvard offers a pretty good basic education. I This plan of Rep. Snyder's This cotnes from a man who t woum go a mug way mwara up- graduated cure laude from the ' grading demonstrator quality Jefferson School of Law. This is perhaps a suggestion thst should be considered. *** Harvard whose school colors year ago with what we `have l aceompli*hed to date. This t interesting professors. then provides ,a sound basis for [ @ Ntlonal Federtton of Independent Buslne a new p.l,an, a n goal, a new] st of acconplishmens for the[ ,e East Cheney Our par, in 1964 may ,have/ ben to try a new fevtzer po- By Anna Phillips gam. Dd we do it? Le's evaluate with how, when and what. How was the fertilizer applied and how much? When was it applied? What was the result? And finally, should we continue or change the plan for 1965? In ,order to truly evaluate one must have records. A good tool for farmers is a conserva- tion farm plan. The farm plau map serves well for keet>ing those much needed records. Througlmut he year simply jot down on an overay map when She field was fertilized, in what amount; what was the yield. Them evu,ate and pl,'a,n for the coming year. It s .our job to assist farm- e,rs in eonsrat[en farm phn- ning Now s the seasam Let u assist you in prepaing fr 1965. Remember whtre we have been of, ten,tnes deter.m- ines whre we are going. Letters To The Editor LIKES THE PAPER I)ear Editor: E'nclosed is a c'heck for the renewal of my subscription, to The Cheney Free Press. It cer- tainly is a 'mee newsy p,aper. Sincerely, Mrs. Ad,a Crommet 1003 Ocean Avenue Santa Monica, Calif. Windsor News By Mrs. James Widner GRANGE NEWS Paradise grange cancelled the card party l'ast Saturday evening de to the deep snow. Ray Christenen,, Spokane county Pomona nas, was appointed director of district No. 1, Spokane arid ' Lincvlia counties, by _e grange Imr- ance association directors to succeed lir. Bavnaxl who passed away Oct. 29. The Juvenile grange narae is .now officially the Junior grang:e. The new natiaal jun- mr grange superintendent is Mrs. Agnes Ingeversen, wife of the Kansas st, ate master. Wib Justi, national grange youth chairman, was a ,guest throughout the three day ses- sion held by the Washin,gan State grange deputies in Seat-i tle in December. Mr. Jtwti I complimented Washin,gton an] its youth group program. He reported that in 1951 oly 24 y'ong members atleded na- t/onal grange. In November, 1964 there were 560 yauths in attendance at the natienlal I grange. Mr and Mrs. John Stark ad] Herman Stark were guests, out [Christmas day of their daugh-[ ter in Opportunity. Mr..and Mrs. Frank Varder- braggen and Emma Doughty spent Christmas in C!oeur d'- Atene with relatives'. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Stragier entertained on Christmas day for their on ,and favaily and Mr. ad Mrs. Jahn Babb and David had M.r. ,and Mrs. Car- nett Boots,, Joh:n,ny and Mary as dnner guests Stm..chy Dec. 20. The Bots family entertain- ed the three Babbs at Chri.t- mas eve dinner. Mr. and Mrs. George Stroup had as Christmas dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Ja,ck Hartford and four children of Four Lakes, Mr. rand Mrs. Jesse Mc- Lear arid four children of Post Falls arid Mr. and Mrs. Carroll McLean and four children, of Valeyford Mr. and';rs. Joe Lbi:s,h and Jennifer spent Tuesday of hst week wth Mr. Labsh s mother, Mrs. Anra Labish of Mt. Hope. Christma,s dinner guests of Mr. ad Mrs. Joe Labi,sh were Mr. and Mrs. John Lablsh and family, Mr. arid Mrs. Tom Lab- ish and family an, d Mr. end Mrs. Walter Rupp. Over Christmas weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Itarrington were Mr. and Mrs. John Myrick, Car- rie, Dawn and ,Michelle o,f Mojave, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Duane Harringten, Ruth, Kel- ly, Oliver and V.e:rn o,f Moses Lake Air Force Base, Mr. anti Mrs. Troy Mayfield, Debbie Darm,y ,anti Michael of Spo- k,ane Mr. arid Mrs. Harry. Hamp- ,ton spent Christmas eve and  Christmas day in Spokan,e w"ith their son Bob Ham'ptn and family. Mr. and M, rs. Oh,ester Phil lips and Johnny entertained at Ch,ristmas dnner for Mr. an,d Mrs. Douglas Kfle, Shirle% Jack and Connie arid Mrs. Anna Phillips, Mr. ad Mrs. E[bert Baird, Judy and Jay joined them later. The Bairds * * * After all, the nation needs ]more properly tailored demon- [strators who speak with ac- [cents cultured. The destruction ef property by halfbaked illiter- [ ates must stop. It should be I done by halfbaked educated. Hans Clausens Tell About Travels on the Continent Mr. a'rd Mrs:. Hans Clausen The Chusens landed at I ,, ] rne joined the,r" son Rob from So- Guardia airport a.rd took o4 o,e- or; attle in Spotca'ne on OCt. 3. far London f,rom John F. Ke Frc,m Spokane they, flew to nedy.airport. Pyanloo Chicago and on to Philadel- They stayed three days ;z , phia where they visited Hans'[ London and saw all tte maiI,": ', IlroL 1 n epew and toured the city attractians :me . with him, visiting Independ-I In Amsterdam t,hey sa,' "Y ence hall and the Libarty bell.[ many bicycle,s but very fea ar" : " .. a:IC1 [o "hey then traveled on to [ autos. They visited, , a tuu!___,merecA:_- New York and vtslted Rocke- i farm and a cheese factory tn__ .. ., orrow , feller Centc,r, Times Square, do export business. AlSo vtSbe ii2;hi?s're):So inaU 2t add: prose t enjyad the Ne y Yo.rl F'ai'r. ' In Brus,sell's, Belgium th HURl w cr Christmas day dinner loo. In Germany hey vs:e g ,,et at the C*aum'S<hieche C o[agne Munici, F'{ankfurpoka/ h0r,nC . Stuttgart, Berhn and- Ha,@' ult, ?(ir." and .Mr' Jim F.os/:r. and burg. [or Bil ,,vlns and Mr. and Mrs. Ron Green and family spent Christ- mas day at the Ed Strock home. Mr. and Mrs. Cl,aude Schie- che, Mr. and Mrs. Itan.w Riel]y and family and Mrs. Marha Neils'on enjoyed Chritma eve .at the Eb Baird ho,me Mr. and Mrs. Earl Whittner and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ron Hrt and family, all of Spokane, were Christmas guests at the Hugh Hart home. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gerldng and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Al- len .spc,:t the C!hristrmas day with the Harold Girs,b,erger family. Mr. and Mrs. Virl Helmer .}oinked Mr. and Mrs Dick At- ki, nson and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rigsby and d,auhter and Los and Ed @reen at the Gor- don &re en h, ome f, or Christ- m, a s day dinner. Mr. and lrs. Ry Turner .and family of Lewiston,, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver ONen of Spo- kane, Mr. an, d Mrs. J'hn Camp- bell, Mrs. Nettle Mill. and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Al, l,e were and Kile families remained for Christmas eve guests at the supper. Art Byers home. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Piersol of S pan,ge was Turner returned o Lewi,ston a Saturday overnight guest of, Sunday. Johnny Phitlips to he ce,le- brate Johnny's birt'hday. Mr, and Mrs, E. R. Shaw, Wayne and Ronn,ie were Chri'st- mas dinner guests of Mrs. Cel,a Ke)ly and Frank Ludwig. Mr. ,and Mrs. C'.hester Phil- lips and Johnny eve Christ- mas eve dinner guests ei Mr. znd Mrs. Cllaren,ce Davis and Mrs. Alma Phillips. Mr. ,and Mrs. Clare,tce Da- vis were Christmas: dinner guests of Mr. and M,s. David Buddrius and Duane o,f Almi- ra. Spangle News By Joanne Green Mr. and Mrs. Greg Ander- son, Danny and S,tee tnavelred to Seattle Tuesday and spent the Christmas holidays with kis mother and younger broth- ers ,and sister. They returned Su,nday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Johnson aml fzmily spent Christmas with his fami,ly i'n Tonasket. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Crab- 'tree and daughters were Christmas dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Frichman of Spokane. gd reen .of Seattle and Mr. Le Green of Spokane visited with their grandfather Roy Mil! on, Dee. 24. In the even- ing they jined Mr. and Mrs Gordon .Green ,a,t the. Iron Green home fr Christmas eve supper. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smith of Spokane pent Christmas with he Paul Sievers fam:.'ly. Mr..amt Mrs. Harry Rielly and family, Mr. and Mrs. Eb Baird arid family, Mrs. Marttm Nelson end Vaughn Knuth i ... to express our sincerest wlshes to all our patrons for the most joyous of New Years! May we continue to serve you throughout the months to come} They rep,0vt that West BevThm lin is very moderu. In nothma 10 years they hope to ,have t entire city rebuilt. What t:heryo have aeeompli:hed s,o far ndg. t ver impressive. }' Their tour took them t Check Point Charhe and aro@ER.n the wall] They say this ga iIr'' them a sad feeling, il,d r In Hamburg .and surroun2 " in, g country thiay spent ma'/en ,w_,, happy hours re... Mr tires Hans' sister vcho lives il.__' ' rg ar the East Zone was able %,r;,2 e0,me across to visit wth thei- In Swi4zerlad they visitej_=n, ;=-,,-..n Zurich, Lucerne an the litten('a  village of ZiH',m at the foot, o  , the Alps where Mrs. C}aus,ege'nS grandparents lived far mark s-.'-"   ger, erations. Their church, "St. is famous for the 153 ful pictures o the life of us on the ceiting. Mrs. sen's grandfather was ter there for 35 years. In Austria they enjoyed Garmish, Tyrol hmsbruck and enjoyed .the lush green valleys with AIps in the backgraund. They aso vi'srited in Veneie, Florev,.ee, Rorae the Vatican. CHENEY BUILDING SUPPLIES Norm Hove 10 Years Ago ly installed, and that the neg- sister-in-law Mrs. I.rma Stra- ligen'ce of the cmpany was gier.  7h .,an 1954 ihe Cause 'of S,lly'S injury. Jim Patterson was busy last r. At the  chamber of Corn- (This column is written to weekend ploving the deep H fa merce meeting held Dec. 23, inform, ,niot ,advise. Facts may snow in neighbors driveways. ' GRANGE SUPPLY CO. ' , Cheney E_l- LreSsi,mtmereaendiSEletd ,lw.nge the application o he On a SUiidaY r haegaed/ise. BEN FRANKLIN STORE ' !