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68, Number 35 Season Starts levising Wheat Programs 30 irogram, coxering th __----Feb. 8 through Marc 1. vi rs winter wheat gro open se,ason" for chang te ir intended participa &apos;A the 1965 wheat pro L0 William M. An,derso,n n, Agricultural Stabili Y Lnd c,o:un. D nittee said today. th ;t Sign.up Period :y , ;lgnup period coming m first conducted for )9 wheat growers and ers f corn, harley , Ln srhum, under the :r Leat and feed gram di- ce ,el progam,s.  predomian:tly winter 0 areas, ,h0weve, Vhe C 2 ogmm signp was con- 0( ast fall, but it was an- at that time that , wlo signed up llen " ave an opportunity , their irtended partic-  luring the feed grain , period this spring. -' 6 will be the last day b, g revi.sed intentions t ng part in the 1965 ,, ad feed grain diver-  grams. ( inditional Offer e L. ;airma reminded far- . :t the prgram' sub- !r] :9: provisdn is available - he participating grow- up in both the feed td the het pro- n c: 'his p,rov}sRm enables to substute wheat et c grain or feed gmin co, in qtmlifying for di- OUt ,d,: yments, thereby pro- particpmt.s in fri g In this ease, he tu ava'rtahle dieron ,d would be based on a.ctuly divette to use. Told  who sign up and lOV of the ma quaL  parfrlelts loam% and price- t the rmrmal 3 ,, diverted acres. The ,s offers ,partici- u, diveron pay- l'ons, and and expm't cefi- a cash value) for as 80% of the rr- of" the aot-i gl it is planed. sh Pastor of ne Church ,.o,'h''t on Monday up,[ services for Rev. 't tzarth age 53, were ao! [onday, Feb I 1, a,t the -rone church in Wal- aaisb strt with bttrial in the ,ti there. Rev. Bozah, eneY* ,r inistr of the Chancy clmreh, died an )B Ion. 28, a,t his home :, ater a tung i.llness. ... stor Of the Nazarene ;..s; Newport and had ..... sernmn an Jan. 10. :s ere h wife Beu. the ht e hone; three ehil. iv raid, Douglas an:d t t the home in New- ou. ias Mr. and Mm. 'ne of C ;n O, ,, lmney. A o-I newey Nazarene Jmbem wet to Walta ' tt . ttend the funeral. -'4 Food People tie Officers S ak /O meeting of the he- d Lake chapter of i rgtoa School Food ts'n was held Me,- home of Mrs. Helen ninaioms for offic- 1965-1966 year were rotte C, alloway led n of plas  od ,i,se mone o send e cooks to a three. in Plman next :t meeting will be :arch 1 at Windsor - R max. rain. pre. ............ 39 j ........... 42 ........... 4 ............ 35 : ........... 32 ............ 35 33' .21 33 .17 23 .00 24 .00 17 .00 26 .00 28 .03 THE WEEKLY NEWSPAPER SERVING SOUTHWE Chancy, Washington Friy', Fshruary HUGE NEW FIRE TANKER UNIT was built onto a husky Ford T850 truck chassis entirely in the Cheney headquarters shop of the South- west Spokane County fire district No. 3 by Chief Art Bean and Marshal Jim Fischer last year. The men also put a unit on a smaller Dodge chassis now stationed at Tyler. By donating their labor, the men saved )he dis- trict an estimated $10,000. A separate story in today's Free Press gives more complete information. BLOOD DONATIONS URGENTLY NEEDED The Cheney account in the Spokane blood bank is now down to rock bottom, ac- cording to Francis Schadegg, local chairman. Donors are needed to supply a minimum of 10 pints. Anyone needing transportaion to Spokane may contact Mrs. Schadegg. Annual Soil Meeting Plans Coming Along Plans are progressing rap- idly for the Souihwest Spo- lne Soil and Water C0serva- tiun district 21st ennal meet: ins, Frichy, Feb. 26, according to Jerold Betz, chairman of the district's supervisory b0m-d. Betz 'stated the an,nual meet- ing will be ,an all day affair beginning a 9:30 a. m. and ending at 3 p. m. A free pan- cake feed sponsored joi_dy by the district mud the Ceney Gra, Growers is pl'anned at noon. The meeting wi.l be hald Karen Duke, Ballad Singer, to Perform Here Wednesday Karen Duke, vrofessional model and young bMadeer who accompanies herself orn th guitar, wili be preselted by Baste rn Washington State C.llege Thursday, Feb. 11, eve- nmg. KAREN DUKE City Might Absorb Presently PrBposed BPA Rate Increase This could be gtd news for Cheney houolders` Roy Hansen, city manager, told The Free Pr Thurs- day that if the 4% tats raise in Bonneville power rates turns out to be the lctual in- crease, the city to be able to ebsorb theelharge without having to /t{se Che- ney electric rates. SPA chief Char[e F. Lttce sid the .smll 4% Mcrease is bind on . esce of beb able to*/}:'er to the, Cdffornie  neb werk. Otlmrwise/he |nctem LOCAL TRAPMEN MAKE 93 SCORE The Chey.lWgdical Lake gun dub had e ram*out of 27 slmoters last Sun@ay fr the tMrd match in the Inmd Em- pire ashoot.  club  a ST SPOKANE COUNTY .... ......... ceo 5, 1965 Single Copy 10 t Fire Dist. Men Show How to Save Tax Money by Buildin00 Own Units School Kids To Get Delayed Yule Dinner A special treat is in store next Thursday for the chil- dren in the Cheney school district. Since scho(;.I was closed at the time that Christmas dinner was to have been servedi the menu will be used. This includes plenty of roast turkey with all the trimmings, plus a special Valentine cake. 16 Traffic Counts Heard P00st Week In Cheney Courts Eight motorists paid a total of $95 in fines and 0rfeits 'last week in justice cuur the past week for  ivctions seve otmv drivers paid i $75 (.exclusive f costs) in PO- lce court. Jack C-vabb preskles in both courts. Justice Court Irene Goodale of Cheney was fined $10 and costs for impro- r sigaaI resuRing in an acci- nt. Rodney Cowee of Chancy paid $20 and costs for having. no valid vehic3e cere an no operators ticen an person. Per Imvir no  operators license on pemn Charles G. Mc of Kalispell, Mmt., iMeited $6. W. , of Ce- hey w fined $10 (suspended) xl costs or ag a e)ired dri . Fer fure to op at an aevtal sign Oa- Feur Forfeitures The f ur perso fffe-*d lmnds , justice eurt st wee&:  Mills, Coeur d'Alane, $6, rm valid drivers Carl O. My, mtaue, $12, speeding; Wll- Jam McC Crris0, Mont., $22, speedirg; Miel , Kellogg, $17,  to keep to right of center le. Police Court How to save the taxpayers' money ,has been amply durum. strated by Art Bean, chief of Settthwest Stkane county fire district No. 3 with headquarters in Chancy. Chief Bean and Fire Marshal Jim Fischer last year saved the distri smething like $10,000 by utilizing their siare :Vitae in fahriea ",in two fire fighting units m the local shp. Six Schoolmen Will Talk With College Students Next Week Six school officials, four from Washington State mad two from California,  conduct inCerviews wtlh Easrn Wash- ingtan State Ool]ge students next week. Roger B. Everly, asistam supt., Muroc unified Schel district, Edwtrd, Qaif.; Frank Cenenero, Seattle p,blie sclools, and William E. D0lyh, assistant supt., WestminSter, Calif., will interview prospec- tive teachers Tuesday, Feb. 9. Mel Golbet, Wilbur supt., and C. W. Iles, supt. of Ket school district, will talk to teacher candidates Wednesday, Friday, Frank Lowry, per- nnel d'trector, Shoreline pb- lie ,schools, wi interview EW- SC students interested in teach- ing in Seattle. Steve McMillan Has Part in Production Of 'Rumpelstiltskin' Steve McMRIn, son f Mr. and Mrs. Ted Mcilan of Ohe- nay, has been.named a mere- be@ of the ct of the Grinun Broffrs' faUle Vdley College. The layers also present the produc- tion in OIymph Feb. 18 and 19. Seen n' Heard We sort of ost track later in the day but we took special Last February Chief Bean, Jim Fischer, Fred Steiner and Howard Brown wert back east to pick up a Dodge and a large T850 Ford ehass. They picked up the Dodge in De- troit, drove it tv Owensboro, Ky., where they took delivery of the Pord truck ehai_s. Us- ing a large hoist, hey ixed the Dodge solidly on the Ford and drove home. Within about three moatls they ,' the lar- ger .tanker unR operating. Had Tank Made The district hd a 2,500 gal- lon two compartment tank made in Spokane fur the unit. They constructed a large spec- iI bumper on freest in Which was manted a 5 tol h with tool boxes inside the bumper ,hly an either side of the winch. Mmmted under the tank be- hind the cab are steel com- paers on each ie whieh ,house identil, reanvble 250 gpm Amexiean lXtmps. These pumps force 250 alls per minute into the tnks of other fire figMing traits and in fight- ing a fire can tromp 100 gpm through two 1 inch hoses and frazzles at 60 bs. pressm. Pumps Are Efficient The raps can draw -,er ot of a hke or stream or they cau be removed from the truk and near e 14re water out of a rant. The big outfit has a special atomac tv'n, a 534 cubic ,ch %8 engine rated at 266 horse power end a axi- mum governed speed of 68 miles per hour. A  verm- tile oust, it can be treed as a supply tanker or it can fight ,a Mg fh-e as the occasion de- nlands. The unit oarrie 200 in the Oheey city hal. According to BeCz the pro- gram is still in its preSminary sages but wiil be confirmed shortly. Betz 'said the plains in- clude speakers on foreign grain markets, local weed p)b- ems, dairy hed diseases and firmncing. Ivan Kerr, Chancy Motor cmlany, and Jerry Rees ASC Service, Spokane, will Serve as masters of cere- monies fo__r th__ee event______: CUBS TO OBSERVE SCOUT WEEK Several activities have been arrmged for Cub Scouts by tub master Jim Wills im o4> serance of natimal scout Week, Feb. 7 through 13. Scout Sunday, Feb. 7, all cub scouts .are u.rged to attend the clmrch of the choice in uni- fovln. They are a.lo asked to wear their uniforms to sch, ol on Monday, uniform day. Mond,ay evening, a pack meetin, g beginin, g with des' serf at 7:3) for all Cubs and their parents,  be .held in Betz school .in borer of the blue and gold birthday fur cub scouts. Eagle Scot Jerry Jehrtson will give a talk on scouting. A window display is being placed in Roy Miller's Service center, formerly the old Safe- way building, consisting of ar- Her recitM is an attraction of the EWSC Chamber Sees, and will be in Sit,alter adi- torium starting at 8:15 p. m. Miss Duke names to tle con- cert scene with an extensive background ef profeioal ex- pene,nee xn opera, whia, h in. eludes the first performance of her father, .lhn Duke's opera, "Lovelock." She has one performed with he Opera Guild at Sohroon Lake, N. Y., in musical comedies, in, cluts, resorts, schls and hpitals` Toured Orient She has el'so toured Japan arid Korea with a special use unit. A member of the musical fa,mily, Miss Duke 'tagt her- sel to .phy the guar and be- gan finding songs to fit her oice. She sings a variety of se- lections from traditional folk sngs to Mozart. Duke has done exten- sive summer stock work, tour- ing with "Can Can." "Slk Stockirg" and "Mr. Wotder- ful." She has had her own radio program in Nortlmp- ton, Mass.. and played the lead for 144 performances in a mel- odrama at Cpe Creek, Clo. She has been a favorite guest ,pttraction at the Westbury, Val- ]ty Forge and Camden CourAy Music Pairs. ticles the boys made in each Pix Cinemascope den. Projection Lens The Cubs recently received O--- -" " " " donation,s from the Elemen-[ P$'@I Dy t'U tary PTA, Lions club and Til-I Kvle Pugh former Oh,erie, icum club and are giateful for I resident an 'gre ()EW - this help. /S  Labd bsO e oe  jeotionist at the Pix Theatre MAYOR HOME for several years While attend- FROM HOSPITAL layor Non, Brown return- ed Tuesday from St. Lukes hospital where he had been since Friday. N,ol,n as 1tad a cold that he could'n't shake for several weeks and was dvised to go to the hospital for a few days. ing college, was hired to re- pair the Pix Cinemascoe Vro- jection lens so that the big pic- ture "Cleopatra" in co,l,or will be very beautiful. Fr the past few weeks M,n, ager Krol;>p said the projection equipme,nt h, ad given his trouble s,o h.e engaged Kyle and now all is O. K.. The film is row showin @ MARgETS through Stmday, Feb. 7, start. ling at 7;30 nightly .and lasting Soft White, bustml ............ $1.33 [ three and neff mrs` White Club, bushel ........ 1.331 While in.CheneKKyle and Barley, ton ...................... $42.50[ his wife vi, sited s mother: Oats, ton ....................... $43.50] Mrs. Kyle Pugh,.S. number of pronfi,sing ymmg All even police court cses trapshooters startirg this year. last week involved Chancy div- Damy Nelson, a teen,get has ers, the fotlcin, g six of them been sheeting between 21 and acciden eases: lbert Vender- 23 so far in the tunney. ' vert, $10; John Marsh, $10; Jerry Larsan, Jr., a 13 year Tommy Gruff, $10; Gary Dahl, old Chancy student, who began $15; Robert Leingana, $20; anA Richard Davis, l,ilnt with .the lova cl,ub two or three years ago, has beem mak- ing a name for himself wih the Spokane club. Last Sunday he shot his second perfect 25 score out .of the tlwee matches held tb .far. Ernie Lansen, charter mem- ber of the Chancy club and for rnan, yearn its secretary. ,, shot %he high score last Sun- day, a 24, d Van I-[, DI MeConnell nd Bob Weth- eil] each shot 23%. The ]}0cal club is ,ow Jn 14th p,lac out of 53 teams. Edwin Reed Jr. Now Has Major's Leaves Major Edwin Reed, jr., ,had the leaves emblem of ,his new rag pinm,ed on by his wife Patrici, a and Brig. Gen. W. B. Bess, USAREUR siwna] oficer. These smue leaves were vmrn by Mrs. Reed's fater prior to his retivemert from the army in 1962. Major Reed, wkoe promo- Uon was effective Dec. 18, is MARS director for USAREUR and an operations action offic- er on Gen. Bess' a,ff. He ar- rived at USAREUR in Sept. after a tou.r at Ft. Monmouth, N. J., where he ws aide de camp to Maj. Gen. F. W. Moor- mail. 19 Years Service driving, accident, $10. AI pid court cosLs 'in addition to the fines. t{arold Oft forfeited $12 on *a ctmrge of fail,Ire to stop at arterial sign. FUN ERAL TODAY FOR J. McLEAN Funeral services for John (Jack) McLea "e being held My, Friday, at l:SO p. from the Martl et,,mt the Jerue FumrM Home. Bur. iai will be in Spokane Memo- hal Cardens with the Rev. ,Phil. lip Eiscnhaer officiating. Survivors are h wife Augus- ta M in OPy Nursing Home, ,one sister, Mrs. Edna I{arding at Buhl, Idaho. He was born in Sibley, Iowa, Oct. 4, 1878 and cme )o Ohe. ,nay in 1930 here he was a Pause painter and paper hang- er tmtil retirement. He died "m St. Luke hospiSal Monday af- ter an iUness of some weeks. Lithograph Exhibit Showing at College Lithographs by John Rock, Oregon State Uaiversi,ty assis- tant professor of art, are now on disphy in the Eastern Washington State College Stu- dent Union fculty ounge. Rock, who has rks in the Major Reed entered service clletions of the Portland and in 1946 when he enI'isted in Seattle art 'musemns and the the army air force. In 1949 he Library of Oogress. has won entered the U'nited States Mil- many awards for his l>rints. itary Academy and was grad- The exhibit at EWSC con. uated in 1953. He has served tinues through February. oversea,s on two previous tours, in Germany 1954-1957 and in Korea 1961-1962. 1Wajor Reed is mrried to tkt former Patricia annon of Emporium, Pa., and they have a son, Michael, adopted dur- irtg Major Reed's tour in Korea. The Reeds are now living in He'delberg, Germany. ajor Reed is the spn of the late Col. Reed and Mrs. D0rotby Reed of Chancy. CORRECTION An error appears in the Windsor, Grange spaghetti dinner advertisement on page two today. Date of the dinner is Saturday, Feb. 6, whereas the ad states it is Saturday, Feb. 11. To make a succes of old ,age you must start young. note that the sun was out be- tween 7:20 .and 7:25 on Tues- day, Groundh dr . . . We remember a butcher who al- ways used to put a sausage speeml o-in the weekly issue betke Groundlmg dy . . . It avparentty i't only the big daiRes and weekly hm-netwn papers tlat make errors. The Feb..isue of the shpper had a bald type line on top of front pge saymg, "Prices Effective Nov. 30" . . . Did yo know that Dick and Shoe Roos have anev brother .in California who's nicknamed Boots Rgunded rooSs over large luild" ings (lo not seem  be very strong. The week before the old bowling alley's ratm roof caved in, he same thing hap- parted ,to the Pearll Motors building in New and a year eavRer armther tare one, a fxnner roRer rink, also col- lapsed ... Heard that three fire ,trucks and 15 or more vonteers went to Nmn Here's hote and uplged his new toaster . . . Get more details from Norm himself... Ernie Larsen, retired barber, remimseing ,about earlier hap- pier days in Chancy . . . The Queer Duck, wtmse neck meas- ures 15 5/8s, rays he feels like a superama,uated Mr. In Be- tween because ,he can buy shirts only in a geneealized "medium" size of 15 to 15 and/or 16. After one was ",Mrig the mediums start efftoking him and the 16 stays too big .. Note to litera minded but .hi,My rearded readers: Do n, at take that etter to the edi- tor signed "A Betrayed Sub- scriber" too seriously ... Heard that E. H. "Wag" Wagoner is thinking of bttyg a mtply of square stocki.rtgs . . . In down- twr, Newport we often see a neighbor's cute little girl dog ad sometimes eal out, "Hi, Lady," only to have a nearby woman or girl look arnd at us... Saw the Queer Duck out front hurryirg some phnce but he said he'd be in "directly" ad give us this week's Little Gain, which he dd as fNlvs: "The way some young students drive, it appears they don't want to become old people" 2--i-o Andmgs now. vaya con Dies, and Gentle Readers. feet of 1 inch hone nd I00 eet of 2 inch hose, Built In Sections The fenders and a'ans aound the tank, al fabricated .here, are buiR in sections for easy replacement OF any dm- ,aged section. Ttm tank can be lifted <rff the truck witout botherirg the steel aprons and fenders. "The u,nit ,has a capacity of 43,000 pounds gross combined (loaded) weight mad actually weighs 39,800 pounds, loaded. Cost ,of the outfit was $15,400 not .ieluding the mary hours of tabor by Art Bean and Jim Fischer. If  as a em job, the cost wold be a esti- mated $22 to $23,000. The mv- irgs on this his tmR amd the smaller outfit nw sta at Tyler would easily come-to $10,000. Evereff McNew is Buried Wednesday; Harrs Were Uncles Funeral services were held Feb. 3 for Evered:t McNew, 54, from the Hazen l Jeger funeral tmme in Spokane. Bur- ial wse in Pa',mount ceme- tery. He was pricpa of Garfield grade school, Spokane, and a graduate of EWSC. where he was an outstmtding athlete. He made his .he in Spo. kane all his life, was a mem- ber of FAks lodge, lcal, state and ntonl educatkm - ration, prineipaN amociaio and other eduatio,al and ser- vice groups. He died on Sunday, Jan. 31, at his hyena and is survi,l by .his wife Biltie at the ]mme in Spokane; one duglter Mm. Fred (Carole) Duthweiler, Se- attle and tvo grandchildren; a sister Mrs. Robe MeCarry, Spokane; one brother Howard. Spokane; two uncles Ernest I{arr and Roy Harr, Cheney, numerous nieces end nephews. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Spence o Spokane were Jnday din- ner guests of Mr. nd Mrs. Mtlard Hale.