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'The....__ TH WEEKLY NEWSPAPER SERVING SOUTHWEST 68, N:umber 32 SPOKANE Cheney, Washington, Friday, January 15, 1965 COUNTY For Govt. __j:e Supports On iins February 1 t e Agricultural Sta,ba- and Cortseraioa-t Service :Y office has reminded rs that the deadllnes are in Lng close for filing appli- es for price 'sup,part on a Id )er f 1964 crops. An ap- :d applicatioa enti,tles a' zcer to receive price sup- KE_5-2 through loans or purch(as- the commodity by the i a.ddty Credit Corpora- irman William M. Ande,r- the ASC county commit- _id that 3an'uary" 31 is the final date, but s:ince [31 falls on a Sunday, the [tire deadline wil .be Feb. [65. Crops in Svolane ]y include barley, oats, rye heat. e ASC official said producers have made ication, but have not yet  the $3 appliaction fee. applications will not be unless the fee is paid deadline. date for (rbtaining a 1964 barley, oats, and M, arch 5'1, 1965 and for is March 1. aturity barley, oats mad rye 30 and for wheat is 31. Rates Given stored loan rates for Coun`ty are as follows: 88c per hu., ($36.67 per 67c 'per bu. ($41.87 rye, $1.17 pr bu. 'per ton); wheat, $1.24 Wa.rtmu stored wouM have storage de- between .07c to .09c depending upon, the was put into storage. Andeon also re- growers to keep cl(se of the Con6itkm f carn- ies stored 'on the farm. :and quarry f the be the 6eteamahaing in the price lrodueers they decide to deliver under the support m at the end of the sea- 00eborn Plays. 00drama V:llam :tkarm larks & Recreati!on tment announ,ces that a  of Saturd,ay irdoor su- ed recreation sessions for one through trine will  :d in the Cheney school if/ starting this Saturday, and run throug'h March sessions will run frown ]. to 3 p. m. Attack Takes 00Grange Leader Mrs. James Widner 7J' ]or Grarge tas lost its / past master within the ar from a 'heart attack, roz, a charter member 1riser, and past mas$er way last Wedam(ay g, Jan. 6. Funeral sew were hem Friday and was in the Sp)kane ral ardens. Rear. Rob- , Mires officiated. ,iwas a resid, on of this IJ|or 70 years. He is sur- " by his widow, ,Ahna, at tree; daughters, Mrs. Beth of Roy, Was,h. uella Sh,(raltev, of San IO; alif.; son, Frank Droz, qj, Mot.; five graadchil- ,L ld thi'ee great grandee, hel- l'ann sistm, Mrs. Grace ors were Emery n, Dale GueS, PhiUip [son, Charles Gifford; uncan arid Ray Prentice. [Beth Joufert is slnd- /71[ne time with hey mother 49#uate Guidance h lhu00e Saturday ! is be,ng offered at W.ashirgton State Cvl- _In uray, an. 16, a 8:30 1 rl room 109 of S!h'owalter r .nts examination is re- of all graduate students mtcipate entering the rs degree program. There Pre-regisration require- for this exam :and no fee aired. CHENEY HISTORICAL MUSEUM sponsored by the Tilicum club is becoming a center of interest for students and the general public. Mothers to March Here On Tuesday The annual January Moth- ers' March for the March of Dimes will take place on Jan- uary 19th when 50 marchers visit homes in the area seeking: contributions for the fight agairtst birth defect. Mrs. Glean Kirchner, chair- nzar ,of Chermy, said the volun- teers wo.ld be out between 6:30 p. ,m. and 7:30 p. m. and residents have been 'asked to leave heh" porch ffht on for the collection. The volunteers will leave return envelopes for resi- dents who are not at home when they call. The funds received from the drive will go to the UrAversity of Vashmgton Birth Defects Center, where 18 Spokane county, ,chitdreaa, have been! sen far treatment. The funds also provide patient care for courtly children, scholarships for Spokane students, research l i and support of the Sulk Insti- tute in San Diego. Serious Problem "Birth defects are t0he most serious childhood health prob- lem in the United States today, a.ffecting 250,000 babies born :each year," Mrs. Kirchner said. "They are the leading cause of infant death and after acci- dents, they are the nmber oe cause of criplgng in chil- dren, both physical and men- tal." The March of Dimes is al- ready doing something about this problem. It can do much mare if everyone in Cheney ill greet a marching mother with a entribution. Voluntee working with Mrs. Kirohner are: members of Beta Sigma Phi, assisted by Kappa Theta Chi ,a, ad Pi Phi Omega sorority, mebevs from Eastern Wasrgton SCare Ool- lege. IMPS SCHEDULED FOR M. L. WEDNESDAY An immunization clinic will be held at the Medical Lake pre.school center and the Med- ical Lake elementary seh.ol at 9:30 a. m. Wednesday, Jan. 20. Sulk vaccine for polio is available far irdan, children and adults; the diphtheria- hooping cough-tetanus for in- fants beginnmg at six months and children through three years of age; the diphtheria- tetanus for children four years and ovetr, with boosters for those of high school age and for adults. Smallvox vaccina- t.ons also wRl be given. A .charge of 50 ee,ntts per dose will be made on th:e po'fio inoculations t'o help cover the cost of the Salk vaccine. e MARgETS ------------ [ Soft White, bushel ...... $1.321/2 ece 'and a real,berry I White Club, bushel ...... $1.33 ih make a silk gown' I Barley, ton ...................... $42.00 oI" '" J Oats, ton ........................ $43.00 , tL.the proof is often[ Thursday, quota,lion, FOB puttirg. 1 Cbeney. An accompanying story in this issue of The Free Press tells of the origin and steady growth of the museum. Red Barn Eating J Last Rites Fdd House Will Open a_ v Doors On Saturday J F0r Jell Fre m an Jim Wills announces the e opening of his new Red I Final tribute w be pd I Howerd C. (Jeff) Freeman of Barn Eating House in Che. I Spoka'ne, brother of Ted Free. ney at 11 a. m. this Satur- day, Jan. 16, in the remod- I nmn of Oheney, at ! P. m. Pz- eled Bestway Building Cen- ter building on the corner of First and G streets. In addition to regular din- ing table service, the new restaurant will offer buffet style service from 11 a. m. to 2 p, m. and from 5 to 9 p. m. In addition to the Red Barn's announcement in to- day's Free Press there are several congratulatory ads. on the opening in this issue. Final Tribute Paid James Cue Ashley Funeral rites for Jmnes Coe Ashley, who lived a the Hole- in-the-Ground, were held Mon- day, Jan. 4, 1965 a the Malden C, ongregational Church. Mr. Ashley was born April J3, 1886 at Warrens,burg, Me. At an early age he moved with his parents to Oregon where le received his education. In 1907 he homestead at Six Prong, Washington and in 1913 was united in marriage to Sarah Dodson. In 1919 they moved to the Hole-in-the- Ground where they farmed un- til his death Dec. 29, 1964. He was a chatter membex of the Kenova Grange. He is survived by his widow, Sarah; one sister, Mrs. ae Payne ,OF Heppner, Ore., one cousin, Anna Simon of Pa- louse, several nieces and neph- ews. Intermen was ir the Fair- raort Cemetery, Spokane. 'ay, Jan. 16, at the Smith Faro- oral Home, Spokane. Mr. Free- mart stfffered a heart attack while diiving his car nd had lmlled to the side of the road. He is also survived by his wife Taimi L. Freen,m t the home, 2615 W. Sinto; h mo*h. ,er Ma's. Frances man of Cheney .nd two ni$e / ttovcard Freem a skipper of the Brig .and Foe sle, mad was also ,a rrrember (ff the American Legion post No. 9 and the bartenders un, km No. 485. He was born May 4, 1911. The Rev. Eugene H. Kin'd- shuh wiU officiate at the sex- vices and burial will be in Spo- kane Memorial Gardens. VISITS GRANDPARENTS Dean Gifting of S,o,kae spent several days last week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Holladay. On Sun- day the Holladays entertained at .dinner for Mr. and Mrs. obert Gifting ,and Dean and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Paul of Spokane. Seen n' Heard Said 'the governor of Oregon to the then governor of Wash- i intgton, in effect, "If it was: charitable of you to pardon Dave Beck why not be chari. table and not d,emad the re-! turn of John Lyle Wikso?" i The Mter hd escaped Basten State hospital eight years ago, married and z, aised a OhId ..... And Gov. H, atfield reprised ex-i tadition .... 2he old Queer Duck was in "of a Tuesday" (to use his own idiom) and i dropped off ,a couple of Little Pom,'ona Grarge will met at 10:30 a. m. Saturday, Jan. 16, in the Moran Grange hall with Su ,nset host, ass'mted by Windsor, Four Cot.nets, Para- Pomona was to meet in the Sunset &range hall but the hl burr, ed to the ground last Fri- day evening caused by an curer- Sunset Grange Hall Burned Down Friday Gems to help fl up this col. Spokane county Pc unto, to-wR: Hedi'ty is what Grarge will me . at 10 makes the father and mother m. Saturday, & n. 16, i: o,f teen agers wonder a little Moran Grange h :1 with  about each other .... arid... Gange 'as hos, ass',mte It's hard to know when one Windsor, Four ;:co.nets, : generation ends and the next dise .and Moran Grange. one begins but it's somewhere Pore a,a was 1 around 9 p. m .... The new Sunset 9range h staff of the college paper, The burr, ed to the g Eastarner, is to be congratulat- day ew ning ca:u: ed for making it iook more heated furnace. like a newspaper . . Anatole unset Gran wa fir ,w I France once stud, The aw in .;  .... .'ai" 2)7"...".'1 i equality forbids rich and l:e,oranized Nov. 21, 1933 [ poor ,alike from steahng loaves They met in the Whi`te lufl of bread and sleeping under power in excess of the horse son wiU surely have a rubber and buggy The hall was partly cover- ed by insurance. Sunset Grange members haven't de- cided where they will meet unti.1 they consider rebuilding. 5OILMEN PLAN SESSION The annual meetin of the Southwest Spokane county Soil and Water Conservation dis- trict will be held at the Che- hey city hall from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. on Friday. Feb. 26. stamp congress this time .... And speaking of the Queer Duck's colloquialisms we migh confide that he addresses his wife as "Dearie" when in a domestic mood .... The Seen i,' Heard editor is o,ny a part time displaced person from Newport but there are a few permanently settled ,here;for eample, Warren and Reva Gordon, who lived in Newport for several years... Well,sir th,a*t's 30 for this time. See you in the pool hall .... Township Abolition Unanimously OK'd The idea of disbanding Pio- neer Township No. 36 south of Cheney apparently had widespread agreement. At the election held in the town- ship hall on Tuesday of this week, 19 residents voted in favor and none against. Before the township is for- mally disbanded the matter must co.me before the Spo- kane county Superior court and also the county commis- sioners. Several Motorists In Minor Mishaps; No One Gets Hurt ire mat,(,; accidents occur- r,;d in Cheney last Friday .and one on Thursday, slippery streets beirg the mahl cause. On Thursday, Jan. 7, Cliff A. erguson, 606 west 3rd, was turrfing right onto D street from the hi ghnvay when his car slid into ne driven by Ste- yen D. Gaul, a student who had stopped for the aterial sign. Following were the Friday accidents: Student Tommy Croff struck a car diiven by S. W. langer of Sndpoint, Idaho, at the in- tersection of 10th and F treets. Ranger was diving a new car. Downtown Collision When college sudent ay A. DaM tried to stop for the hghway at College avenue his, car slid into Main seet and was struck by oe driven, by l Vernon Slafer, Washtuena farmer. DaM's left front fen - der and Shafer's ri;gat roar fender wore damaged. The faint end of Coffax stunt Robert Lo's car  damaged When tml struck the cr driven by Sam, uel King, 20 :west 6th  ,tle 5th and F street intersection. Rolyert I.Anlang damaged the froat end of .l's ear and the rear end of Doug Md-Iug's car when Leiaga_ng ran into the Mcttugo vehicle. Bth are Spo- kane stu.dent at EWSC. CLARENCE DAVIS REMAINS HEAD OF MINING FIRM CMvenee "Skinny" Davis was elected president of the Neva- da Rawhide Mi.g Company, Inc., ,at a stockholders m.eetig held in Chancy n Dec. 24, 1964. The company as silver mines in Churchill county, Nov., and Sanders county, Mort. Elected vice president was Lawrence Wgnev of Chancy; second vice president, Lyman Johnson, Cheney; secretary- treasurer, Verald Davis, Che- nay; chairman of the board, Arthur Ctyar; directors, Da McQuarrie .and Fred Shoa o C honey. The company will hold an extended meehg :here or sear- erl days .srlg this week- end whoa operational plans wll be ,nde fr 1965. Petrus Flirting of Tarna, Cafif., the company engineer, and Mr. Champagne of Lo Beach, Calif., were o arrive here Fri- day mrning to consult with the officers. Mr. 6 ,hngne is also a mining  and a speeiaRst on heavy equipment. Rev. Henry Hubbard Ordination Jan. 17th The Rear. Hem'y Wixffield tIubbard, who was oaxtailedl deacon in the Episcopal churcah last June 29th, will be ovdairmd priest by the Rt. Rev. Russell S. Hubbard, bislmp of the Epis- copal diocese of Spokane, at the cathedral of St. John the E,anNetist in Spokane t 5:30 p. m., Sunday,, Jan. 17. Mr. Hubbard is servg St. Paul's Episcopal chur(Yh, Ce- nay, and St. Tim)thy's Episto- pal (hrch," Medi_eal Lake. Friends and acqttalntanees in Cheney and Medical Lake are cordially ,invited to attend the ordination service. WALDEN CHAMBERS VISIT Mr. and Mrs. Walden Cha.m-I bets spent Monday evening I here with his mother, Mrs. Grover Chamber, and a,ttend-] ed the Eastern Star meeting, l I Happine is not given but exchanged. Walk up to life and it will/ walk with 5)u.--(burn. / Single Copy I0 CenU Council Has Long Session Here Tuesday, January 12 Homemake. Title To Nora Tibbefls Nora Tibbetts has been named Cheney high school's 1965 Betty Croker Homemaker of Tomorrow. She stored ,hih- est in a written ,homemaMng i cxamination taken by senior girls Dec. 1, and is new eligible or :state and national l0nrs. Tet lap,ers of  sclmol Homemakers of Tonorrow in the state .are currently beGng jtdged. The state's hihest- raki, ng girl will receive a $1,500 scholarship from Gen- eral Mitl, Inc., spnsor of the anrmal Betty Crocker Search for the American Homemaker of Tomorrow, with the state runner-up to be avarded a $500 educational .grant. In ad- dti, on, the schml of the Sate Homemaker of Tw will zeceive ,a compleCe set of the ErcyclopaeSia Britannica. State Winner Gets Trip Late this spTing, the State ttomemaker of Tomorrow, to- gether with a shool avisor, will join first-place wirmers and advisors from each of the 50 ,other states arid the Di-triet of Columbia in a tour of Col- orful Wflliambtwg, Va., Waah- ington, D. C., and New York City. Climax of the week-long tour wii1 be the naming of the Betty Crocker i'll-American H, omemaker off Tomorrow. To be chosen on the ,basis of orig- inal test score and persorl ob- servation and interviews dur: ing the tour, she will reeNve ,an increase in ,her sch(fiarhp to $5,000. Second, third al fourth pltace winners in the na- tion will have their grants raised to $4,000, $3,000 and $2,000, ,respeU,,ly, ENTERS CONTEST M,s Minnete Jeske, 18-year old Clmney hig0a schol snr, is a candidate viein(g for the tale of Miss Jetset to reign. over the Spokane hockey team, the Jets. MINNETrE J The candidate, duht'e of Mrs. Dorothy Jeske of Oheney, is sponsored by the Dresden Modeling agency. She is the only Cheney girl enteang the contest. The winner will be the contestant selling the nmst tickets to home .hockey gaznes. Tickets are a'lable at Mos- mas. Cheney & CheWelah Game There Tonight The Btackhawks pla Che- welah there tonight in North- east A league bosketball action. They have a bye on Satur ,ay. Last week Cheney's game with Dear Park was pstrponed because ,of snow. Satut'da ,they lost to ColviIIe 44-39. Gary, Rietz led Chancy with 10. I Tuesday this week the Blak- I hawks lost to East Valley 64-I 44. Mike Liddell had 10 points I to ,lead the scoring or the[ Blaekhawks. Public Is Invited To Talk on Japan The public is cordially in. viSed to an open meeting of the Tilicum club of Cheney at the city hall starting at 8 p. m. Tuesday, Jan, 19, at which time Dorothy Powers, Spokane newspaper column- nist, will talk on her recent visit to Japan. Mrs. Powers carried greetings to Spo. kane's sister city, Nishino- miya. There will be no charge made. l Oheney city eotmcil put in a long session at  regular meeti,_ntgn, on 2Mesday eareffmg wfia Msted from 7:3'0 to a,bet l l p. m. A :hearing on the va- cation .of several btocks on Columhia etreet took up con- siderable of the cotmeil's time. After discussien the coun- cil voted to vacate Columbia from 2nd to 3rd mid from 4th to 6th exceIt the a11eys. The block between the l'dghway aud 2rid has ,already been va- cated. The request came i the form iof peioBis eorl'n (ro- ty ovcrmrs. Half the 60 foot street width will go to adjac- ent property overs. The city reserves esemtm rigs for uffiities. Tim city is initiating action to ,also vacate  from !3rd o 4th, thus nmking acaion all the way through from the highveay to 6th. Parking Problem Aired I)orml F. Pierce of the col- lege factrlCy spoke to .file coul- ell for his neig,bo resl- dent cneerning the haza- ous eondRiom eaed by stu- i dents parking from-the eovne i of 9th to Wa(m (iooa-t. At Roy Hansen's suggestion the eottafl decided to erect no i pa'rking sigrm on the north side ,of Em temporily driag the snowy period. In  mean- time, ,a committee d of Norm Hove, Pete Hein and Elmer Luiten will nm:ke a study of the porking situaian in tat aa ad recommend a anent remedy. Riohard Hinckley, who pro- tested .a truck taing charge of $10 at the It council meet- ing was prese to hear the ouo.cil's deeim(m in he ma- tar. Action was again post- peed .u.i_l ext mwi further investigatkm to he e ::me, :, " Engei Reappointed 8on Eng,, Cheaey teach- er, was reap civil de- fense coordinator %r the city of Chancy by the city fthers. Ooue.ilmarn Ted Edgett told of the need for a new aA ton pickup for the water and sewer departments and asked tha a call for hicks be ssued. He said the cry now owns one pickup a'rd occasionally rents a second ,one but that the three man staff ould be more efficient with ,another truck. The coun- cil agreed. New Method Adopted At the suggestion of City Clerk Roy Foss, it vas decided to pay .bills fter each coneil meotirg, thereby alvwing the municipality to take advantage of cash diseoun on its bills. The cotmcil aNo passed a motion to buy a new police car to replace the presen`t 1963 model Ford. It has been the ,pctice  repl,ace police cars every two years. The council alo held the first reading of a proposed plattiv4g ordilance reglting the developmont of Im in the new subdi "vskms. Recreation Series For Grade Kids to Start on Saturday Ed Soneborn, Silver lake resort operator, is playing the mustachioed villain  The Drtmkad, ,a melodrn of the gash't ewa, in the IsbeUa morn of the Dav9ort h.oCel. The play, siren,scrod by Spokmae's (kay Ninedes Players, opened last week and wffi run through tonight aTd Saturday ewing. The Friday performance start at 10 p. m. and the Satur- day nigh show at 8:30. No Vacation, No Curriculum Days For Cheney Schools Svhl will be held Jan. 20 a.d 21 in all of the schools in Chancy dkstrict N). 360 and the Campus school. Supt. Willm J. Rings said these two days were originally set aside for curriculum dys bu with `the closure in Decen- bar and on Jan. 4 and 5 be- cause of heart srmwfatl and bl, izzard, s the two days will be used for makeup. Dr. WiUiam C. Wilson, prin- cipal of the Campus school. said th, at eliminating curricu- lum days and having reTalar sch.)l sessions wilI make up the two day ckure of the Campus school on Jan. 4 and 5.