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Pace 2 Cheney Free Press Frid, ay, J, anttary 15, 1965 qr CIiF.,NIY FREI00 PRESS ESTABLISHED 1896 PUBLISHED AT 412 FIRST ST., CHENEY, WASH. Eutered at the Post Office at Cheney, Washington, as Second Class MaLter under the Act of March 5, 1897. Issued every NATIONAL EDITORIAL Friday morning at Cheney, Washington.  [ [ A C(TIN Spokane County Subscriptions ................................ $4.50 per year l&apos;le'3L " All .Other Subscriptions ........................................ $5.00 per year G. T. FROST .................................. PUBLISHER FREEMAN FROST ............................ EDITOR 29 Years Ago 1936 Mrs. Chris Betz, the former Etsie Jen!sen, resigned her po- s'Rion at the Oheney posofice endirg 20 years of continuous sen'vice. Mr. and Mrs. Betz have moved to Mr. Betz's farm three miles rmrthea,st of town. An ea'ly mormng fire New Year's Say detye,d .the his- tori<lal home on the Mos ranch. The douse oectpied by Osoar Wright, was buiR by Frederick Mohs abott 65 years C. MeConnell, who died Sat- rgay, will be hem Tuesday. Conservation News By Richard H. Jessen SCS Technician Right now s a good time to prepare in advarme fo the coming year's activities and practices. It 'is best to de,de now what the seeding mixture will ,be fr the newly renvat- ed bayfieid!s and pstures. M`ay- be the old lmy s!and is ready to plrOW Up for reseeding, tIow will the sLubbie be landled. Where ,are the svil tests need- ed. These ad other pr,c'tices He is su,rvived by ,his,wife Mil- on cropland, woodland, range- dred and ne son, Kerith. I I,artd, recreation ad wildlife Miss G lenrm Nelso and enterprises turn oupt much bet- Donartd Hakol'a were married ter when planned in advance. New Year's day in Superior, lit is much easier to d,o the Mont. [ phng by using an a,eial M,ss ReinboM rec- ently became the bride of Arnold So@erquis. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Svoy are parents of a daughm" born Tuesday evening. ago. " Funelmorning.Services wexe .ld, /t ,..,o,,, ,,_ . Thtwsdy for Mrs. Is.belle ] ,.L..e (krham, 53, who died[ I uesday i acob E. Rupp, Clheney pirO-] neer, wRl be buried  Mr-] "sh, al, leemeterytoday. Mr. Rupp, wash'i'A:?S:;:D;clatln came he:re in.1886 and his first employment was with tle l%h- It's easy to buy things on er of County Co,mmissioer time if your credit is good. But Sam Webb. some peolle try to make their Vork will s,oon start on credit took good w,hen it isn't. C, heney's 1,on,g de,hyed sewer system. It was learned 'at Tues- day's council meeting that Govern, or C. D. Martin has deeded ,n acre o,f ground to the city for the dislosal p]an,t. photograph tlmt sh,os the dg- ferert fie,lds and another photo showing the d,fferent soilrs and capabilities that will be worked with in the op,eva- tion. The Soil and Conserva tion District will provide these map photos and assist in the planning of the enter- prises with the help of the Soil Conservation Service's technicians. Any andowner or ope'tor in the district may obtain his assistarme, but mest irs sign a coperative aguremne'nt wth the Soil arid Water Conserva- tion District The only obl'iga- ti.n .the coope,rato h,s to sign- ing the ,agreement is the will 20 Years Ago 1945 Although there were .numer- ous snow fiurries d,un'g De- cember, there was rever move than ,an irmh and a  o,f snov .on.- the ground at any ,oe time ,and the toCa.1 preel itatri,an or the month meas- ured Seas than an inch. Mr. td Mrs. Jotm Van Brunt and Frank wil'l leave this week for Chrka, Idaho where the have puvclmsed a ock ranch. George Heath was eeeted to head Chermy Camp No. 5384 Modern W(md'men America. 3oint installati, on o officers was ,hem at Four Lakes grange hail Friday evening. ran'ge masters seated were Sban'ley Spear, Four Lakes; Logic 'this can lead to the crime of theft by "false re,pesentaUon." tn ,a recent case in "a,rmther slate with a law simil, ar to the law in Was,hin'on, S`am Sadd wanted a new car just like his neighbor's. At the Super Car Agency, Sam could b,uy s new car for $300 down and 36 monthly payments. The Agen- cy asked Sam to ,sign a credit report. Sam ,reported tat he made $650 a monbh, had a $65 car allowance a month, and iris wife worked for $400 a nmnth. Sam dTove off with the new car. When he fell down on his payments, the Agency repos- sessed the ear and found th'at Sam never did h'ave tle in- come he claimed. Truth was, Sam was making only $500 when he worked, and me had taken a leave of ,bsence and had never gone laek to his job His wife had n(t worked for years. The Agancy compMined to the prosecuting atorney, charg- ing Sam with theft by false representatio,n. in,gn, ess ,and effort to corserve his own soil and water re- sources. Not One-Shot Deal The plan should ot be just a one-time affair and the,n for- otten, but a tol for contin- u,us phnning. Further assis- tace in phnnirtg an!d appic:a- tion will be provided upon re- quest This past year, the Cheney ofice has he'lped develop a total of 62 new and revised older plans, with many others in progress, This is a subsn- i tiaa icrease ove,r pioa" yeas. If you a,re interested in more information eolrlge.rning photos, plas, ,gvem!es or ]any practice, slop by the Soil Conservation Service o,ffice at 4 First St., Cheney. o.f Choney arid Mr. and M. Art Halver.son of Espanea. Mrs.. Halverson is sayirg at the Pau home this week. Mr. ,and Mrs. Jose'.h J. Brychell are parents of a daughter, Janet Louise, bon I, Manz, Amber; Cla.ence Dav. is, Four Corne, s, and L. E. Ham, Tyler. Herbert Suksdorf and li,ce Stairet were mrried Jan. 2. The .couple : will make their home on a farm near Spangle. The engagement o{ Mis's Betty Sehroder and En,sign }oward Truman Case was an- ounced by her parent,s, Mr. arid Mrs. Al'fred Sc,hoder. 10 Years Ago 1955 Miss Joamre M. Busse and Errmst Richard Melville were married Jan. 2. Mixs Carolyn Dieki,ns,n be- came the bride of Virgil Beck- er in December at MAlaukee, Ws. Fu,neral services tor Clan.ton Sam was guilty as charged. Dee. 31. The baby has one Though rm one can be put in ! brother, Joe. prison for debt, he can be im- )risoned if he intended to de- - fraud the sreller ,and make false statements about ,his in-' come or his a,ssets. But it is no crime if he just happened to be broke but made no false: claims. (This column is written to inferm, n!ot advise. Facts may' change the aptlic`atL0n of the law.) NEW ARRIVAL Mr. ,arid Mrs. Dwayne laul are parents f `a daughter born Jan. 6. The irffat has been named Lyrm Mhrce,ne and }ons a brother, Greg and a sister Stacey. Gran(tlarents are Mr. and Ms:. Leslie PI Our Best Wishes for good luck, health and good eating at The Red Barn Eating House Royal Floor Covering, Inc. LARRY FERRANTE, MGR. N. 5011 DIVISION -- PHONE HU 7.2791 The Decline And Fall? New Rayburn House Office Building Is Rost Colossally Exlravagant in History krmwn." And con't forget that our poor underprivie,ged mem- bers of congress ,lave $30,000 a year now, plus about $3,000 taxfree to stick in stocks ar TV station, s, and a o of other goodies. Saes, with home oficesi Spokane.  FI Mrs. Trumpi is the for Sly land'a, daughter .of I By and Mrs. C. A. Randal.l.  Trumpis are the parents a newly adopted infant sn, ANGE mond Santey III, age IFour L months. l :::::::: .. ..::" . jKathy , Ma ms k Mas Saturday January 1 II Inber ( lit 8 p. Inber iag 11:00 a.m. ,_nt; Cheney's Newe.,;t Eating House Buffet style, 11:00 to 2:00 p. m.---- and 5:00 to 9:00 p. m. Adults $1,75 per plate... Children's Portions also. Entire staff will be on hand to welcome and serve you. FI RST & G STS. (the former Bestway Bldg.) JIM WILLS, Proprietor Phone 235-4689 iDi, !00 r 30 : Y Am tral, 71. qip out e. !ty D ANIN i AL'I" LAUNr SONA :t. Hen