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Page 2 Cheney Free Press Friday, Mcrch 5, 1965 CHENEY FREE PRESS ESTABLISHED 1896 PUBLISHED AT 412 FIRST ST., CHENEY, WASH. Etered 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,  [ [ AS CTIfN Spokane Counb I Subscriptions ................................ $4.50 per year  All Other Subscriptions ........................................ $5.00 per year I. : G. T. FROST ................................... PUBLISHER FREEMAN FROST ............................ EDITOR STEVE POV(ELL, ADVERTISSING MANAGER Washington Bar Association Beware o Verbal Leases Tom and ane, ,a young mar- tied couple, were going to have a baby. Tom was hard working, but had aoc saved ermh mon- ey for a dovn payment n a house. Their apartment was rmt large enough far him .and Jane, ,as we.it as the baby, So he began to look around for an- oCher place to rent. letal houses were ,hard to fired, but Tom managed to t.o- cate one. It was old ad in poor repair. The owner told Tam he coud ,Imve the `house on a two-year lease if .he would "fix it up." So Torn pained the place,  ad ou, and made all of the necessary re- 60 Yea rs Ago 1905 Three column headlines: Cheney Will Have Electric ,RiL wayI,ndications are that a branch will sown he built f&apos;.m Medicai Lake lne meet- ing hed last Saturday and farmers and bsinessmen are strang.ly in f, avor o the pro- ject. Warren Davis and Charlotte East Cheney By Anna Phillips Mr. trtd M.m. Emil Geist (f Ritzv".fle spinet Sunday visXing Mr. anti Mrs. C. W. Brown. Mr. ,and Mrs. Tom LabiSh visited Sa.turdy evenirg with Mr. ,and Mrs. Vern Harrino. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Conley of Spokane were Sunday din- i nex guests of Mr. ,and Mrs. George Stroup. The ladies are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Raird, Judy and Jay of Spangle were Stmday visit@rs of Mr. ad Mrs. Chester Phps and Johrmy. There were 'o,rLly four tables of ,pm)chie at East Cheney Grange lll. High prizes went to George Andren and June Labish, tow to ld Splichal and Robby Rabb, traveling to Elza- beth Babb .ad 4oor prize to Chester phrHlps. Ed Splicbal and Phyllis MGorin were the losts with Elizabeth Babb ras- Si:sting hostess. Grazge meet- ing is this Friday eveni,g. The next card party will be March 13 with Mr. arm Mrs. Clhester Phil,tips ,and Mr. arm Mrs,. Joe Labish ,as hosts. them among some bushes, ln! thrry ampton s,pert Satur- the morning he ,hired a man da  at Pasco ,attending a ma- and tea from the Bron 1iv- chirery sate where he met e'y barn, to go wth him to the Sutton place, aded the sacks and visited many old friends. of oats in the wagon, hauled them to town .and sold them to the Warehouse campanb. Re  Spangle News e c e:iving the money for the grain he paid and discharged the te.am and calmly waited for the train which he boo,led a,d departed for parts un- By Joanne Green WEST LIBERTY WINS The West Libey basketball tem won its final game and pirs. He fid up the old fire ialae in the livi roam and bu a .sma patio in the back :ad. Three monJs Mter Tom and Sane had ,moved in, they re- ceived otice to move out. The owrmr ,had soM the lmuse. Food For Thought Only fln did Tom begin to think about i legal rights. Ootffd the landlord do this to him? After a1, ihadr't ,he takl Tom that ,he could have  two- year hase ? Torn fand out, to his sor- row, float no mere verbal un- derstanding vod hold up in a ,case like this. Only a written ase wold ,he e&fective for such a loag term retal. A leae is a eonret between the hdlrd 'and the ten,n, arm n them ,both. That s why in suCh ,sitati(mS the zntm" shou,h:! ave a written lase. In tls case, Tom may be able to collect the reasanhl vaue of the imenSs he ma6e o the ,hour, but (he en- nt force the  to keep ,a ,a tenant. He will ve to ,look for aohe plae f his fly. SCoCt hve taken out a mar- riage license. This as evi- dently the same Miss Scott wh gained a littl otoriety when :she eused to marry D. J. Ed- wms ,a,ter he ,had armed him- sf with ,a marriage liceaase. Some Spokane ltmters came u!p into ths pa of the coun- try to `hunt last Saturday but when they ran against IAnk Bratt they found temselves up against ,the real hing far once. They started to hunt on hs pce ,and Link informed them ,to make scarce and pointed to the num- erous no hunting signs. The Spokane nima,0ds refused to move .off a, nd without urthev ceremone,s Mr. Bratt secured a wammnt for their arrest for trespassiag and Justi illi- ken fined them each $10 nd costs. 50 Yea rs Ago A stran,ger wet to the Sut- to frm i,n search of emoy- meat. In the 'bsev_ce of Mr. Suff0on those m ehurge set him to k) some vrk in the barn. Later t night 'he  up 8 or I0 sacks of gva and hid ! SPRING HAS SPRUNG AND WE ARE OPENING The A. & W. Drive-in knn. He hasn't been heard from since. Mrs. Esther C. Vesells asked damag from ,the city in the sum of $3060 for injures and expanses ,occasioned by a fal some time ao, wtmn se slip- I ped .on an ice covered sidewalk Ind sustained a broke ,arm. C. M. layne, the Sokene contractor, , arrived in town Tuesday ,mo rn. g nd staed imneately on the work of !rading the Normal scltool grounds. Mr. Payne received i the crontract some weeks ago at a total price of $2799. 29 Years Ago 1936 lrom the "Frost Nips" joke column: Life story in brief: he check artis was forging a,hed, but al the "'thne the sheriff was running behind. (and) Toots from Tyler reports that when She first trot salad forks on the tame, Gvadla threw Emily Post's Rule of Order out n ,the ,hog lot. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Ryan ad Mr. and Mrs. Dd I)amre visited at ha ,lme of Cab'- ton's pa,reats, Mr. and Mrs. 2km lyan, tGaflxleen Ryan has been ffi with the . a.k BeuChel was a house guest last week of Mr. and Mrs. George Fisher. He at0nd- ed the basketball tournmnent. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Ratciffe nd o ckiMren, e and Rebekh Louise., spent Sunday in Pullma as guests of M,. RtClffe's pvets, the R. H. Zimmermans. 20 Years Ago 1945 Brown & Holtev Motor cm- this week ana0unced the of .a $50,000 property Cotfax which included u 250 frontage .o,n Main street ad a concrete garage from the Cer- nelius Moto company. On Sen. Brren's bill to convert CE into a juvenile detention lmme seems destined to be bur- ied in the rules commRtee. Sunday, March 7th Beg',ning Saturday the Che- ney curfew oaniinance will he enforced. Chitdwn under 18 NOW YOU CAN GET THAT GOOD ROOT BEER YOU'VE WAITED FOR ALL WINTER O HIGHWAY & VINE ST. I I A 25 Cent FOUR BAY DO-IT-YOURsELF Car Wash Coming Soon HIGHWAY 10 AND COCOLALLA ACROSS FROM GIBSON'S THRIFT STORE II -- _ years of age must be off the streets ,ate 10 p. m. u_less acmoaied by an adult. Af- ter March 3 chikre u'nder 18 found on the ,streets  be aken to the city hall and hem u, ntl parent, s or ffuarda call for them. Dick Roos, Jr., who is in training in the Naal Resere at Oonzaga tmiversRy in Spo- kane, ks spondirg the mid-se- mester vacation at heme with tfs parents, .Mr. and Mrs. Dick R*oos, St. The engagemen't of C1. _ ames Ryan, son of Mrs. Ethel Ryan, to Dorothy Kk, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Doy- en,part of Offing, was amoune- ed recently when Mrs. Ethel Ryan and her daughter Mrs. Mel Samons visited on the coast. Vernon R. Frost former ed- ifier and pu, b liher of The Che- n!ey Free Press arid The Buhl, Idalo, He,aM, has been ap- poirted astant professor of  - .... at he j uamn University of Wahgton. He was ter a ful professor and director of fh,e school <ff communications. Mrs. Pat Ryan of Sokane returned Wednesd, ay from San Diego where She had soe two days wilh her `husband who is a chief petty officer in the Sea- bees. 10 Years Ago 1955 A three-car collision on the sate highway near Pine`hurs took ,home a trophy ,by dofeat- ing East Liberty .by a score o 44-39. The ,team, coaImd by Mr. Ltpinai, includes Dn- hie Hgdso,, John Shieche, Dick Ranusse.a, Joe Severs, Sack McKinay, I)an Reilly, Steve Tom,pson and Oary Zlm. The West Liberty "B" re,am so won 18-8. CHERYL STEWART IMPROVES Mrs. Cheryl Stewart was co fied to .a Spoka.e hospital several days last week. She is now heme and has ,gne back to wok at the West Liberty school where 'she is office sec- retary. BIRTHDAY DINNER GIVEN MRS. FOSTER Mr. and Mrs. Ed Strock were hos at a birthy 4iner for Ace J. Foster on Sunday. Mrs. Foster's family and Mr. ,and Mrs. Rormie Green also ejoyed the ceebratio. MANGISES FLY EAST M. a,nd Mrs. I>ad Mangis flew back east ,and drove two rmw .trucks ,home.  on their trip little Dnie stayed with he Rick Manis family :and Dearme was a he Ernie Groth lome. The Mantises were exoected to retu lmme smeVime Su, ndy. BREWERS AND HELMERS ENTERTAIN AT CARDS Mr. and Mrs. Austin Brewer and Mr. arid Mrs. Verl He,her ente rtained at a dinner and card party at the Brewer ]mme hst Wednesday evening. The guests included Mrs. Erma Hanson, Mrs. Lizzie Grnewald, Auto Court claimed the life of Mrs. Nancy at, 42, of Spokane and injured three others, one of them seriously, at a, bout 7 p. m. hst Sunday. ,Miss Joyce Fosum, 18 year eld Cheney hig, h school sen- iar, was the first candidate to enter the Miss Cheney contest sponsored by the Cheney Boo- stets. She is the daughter of ,Mr. and Mrs. George Fosm and  bein,g sponared by the Western Auto Suply. #olin L. Roos, widely known Clmney native ,sn, died Sun- day moamin,g at his ,home on route 1, Spokme. Althouh in poor .health far some time, John had carried on his work as cef electr'ma at Pair- chad air base rd d worked a full shgt the day before. He laves ,his wife Gai at the lome; a sister, Mrs. Mry Bar- thazn, Rivertan, Wyo., and fou brothers, Albert of LOs Awgeles, Calif., Charles of Yak- ima and Rivlal and Raymond o Cheney. Ths year's first real taste of winter came onday, Feb. 28, w.len 'a savage .snowstorm whip- i ped into the area early in the marnrg. Howling winds that clogged the reads with u,p to 104ooc drifts reached their peak ,of more than 40 miles an lmu at about 1 p. m. ShrOO1 btses made the trip to Che- ney but school was issed early due to the drifting sn,ow. Shirley Beaudrea, daughter of the Arthur Begudreaus, will dance two numbers at he Be- nice Casey school of darmin,g this Friday evening, larch 4, in the Garfield so'heel in Spo- kave. Last rites we'e held Sunday 'a Santa Arm, Calif., ar Dr. Magus WiLlett Oonway wh) died a his home Feb. 25 of leukemia. He had practiced medicine here from 1920 to L933 when he was appointed superintendeat of Eastern Va,stington ,hospital, Medical Lake by ov. Clarence D. Mar- tin. Mr. and Mrs. Art Byers, Mr. .and Mrs. Joe Byes, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cornmesser, Mr. and Mrs. I-taxod Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Hak Hengen and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hart. TO ATTEND CONVENTION Steve Groth will be the offi- el, el delegate to the state FFA converton in Pullman, on March 24-27. Kenny and lich- ard Clause,n have put in thedr applicatJorts to lay in the State FFA band ,at t, he cmwen- tion. STUDENTS PLACE IN MUSIC MEET AL the junior SOIO nd small ensemble contest ast Saturday, Iandy Clausen received a su- perior raing f.r his horn solo, "Rigel." Phyllis tIaffman received a superior rating and Sandy H,ofman received a good for vo,cl solos. LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Jack lgsby and her dlauhtev visited with toy Mill and Mr. and Mrs. Verl Helmet hst Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ostel'er, (Dnne H(ffman) of Seattle receaVly visited at the Del Hoff- maa heme, with Tom's parents in Fa:ivfid and friends in Spo- kane. Archie Baird has been re- leased from the hospital ate u,ndergoing surgery. He is re- ported recovering very. wel,1. Mr. arid lrs. Verl Helmet visited at the Jack Rigsby home last Sunday. In the atev- roon Mrs. Ethel Wheller took them ,all ,out to dinner in cele- bration of her nephew Jack's birthy. Mr. and Mrs. ormie Green visited 'at the Gordon Cabtree ,home last Saturday evening. D. Myers of EWSC soke at he Boosters meeth last Tuesday. The subje was "Facts about F_Xtucation." The room count was wo by the third graders. hr. ,and Mrs. Corky Crn- messer 'have returned fo,m Cal'ifornda. Corky has complet- ed his hitch in the navy. The Norton Jen'nings family ttended a cnce at the Spo- kane coliseum last week. Their grandson Mike I)od'so partici- pate& Mrs. Nora Kuth has return- ed to her job as cook at the West Libe,rty grade school. She had :been off since she broke her wrist beware Christ- nlas. Mr. ,and Mrs. Ernie Gdner of Opportunity'" were Saturday dinner guests of the Claude Schieches. Mr. ,and Ms. C,aude Shie- cbe attend'ed the pancake sup- per at Central Valley Saturday evening, a benefit for the Jun- ior Sheriff's Posse. An ideal wife is any woman who has n ideal husband. Used TABLE AND $25 AND UP SERVICE CALLS SEE JIM In The At The Red THE Skylark Represents! How Well FINE FOOD Carefully Prepa Goes With CANDLELIGHT Atmo RESTAURANT and STARLIGHT 518 W. Sprague SPOKANE THE BEST WAY TO INSURE YOUR MOBILE A POLICY DESIGNED SPECIFICALLY FOR MOBILE HOMEOWNERS CALL US NOW FOR MORE INFORMATION UNI" PACI: ED DOTEN AGENCY CHENEY, WASH  235-4050 Conservation News By Richard H. Jessen SCS Technician Soon it will be time to turn the Cattle out to graze, when the grourtd is firm and the de- sizable phnts ,ha.re reched a `heighth of 'six to eight inches. But, is the psture or ange- land reay ready to take the punishment? Has the field had ,a chance to store up food re- sources in its, roots during the last growing season, arm did the plants have a chance to re- seed for new growth? These processes are very important for the plants if they must con- tinue to supply the needed grazing for livestock. To be successful, the cat- tleman should really consid- er himself a grassman. The cattle are a means to harvest his product. When the grass is gone, the cattle must go, too, unless they are in a feedlot. The tools the rancher can use for range management are: crossfencing to control the grazing, water develepmen I and movable 'salt stations to aid l in animal distribution, and range seedings to improve poor conditioned areas. Water facilities will govern !how the field's may be laid-out, but crossfencing is a good way to 'ocate the grazing and aow some fields t0 rest oceosinal- ly. This is called rotation- de- ferred grazing. Plants Restored If a glant is given a chance to mature and go to seed at least once every three or four years, i will store up the food resources in the roots ;rod re- seed for new pants. If les than 25 per cent of the plant popuh, tion in a fiekt is desir- able plants, this is called poor coadition range. Range seeding of natural grasses wo.ld be recommended. Pa contion range would have from 25 to 50 per cent desirotts plants, and would have a g)d seed sorce left. Rotation-deferred grazing is ,strongly advised to bring up the :site condition. Good con dition range stes, with 50 to 75 per cent of usable phnts can be improved by tbAs pro- gram, also. Potable salt stations can he moved into underused parts of the field to force he cattle into those areas. Carrying ca- p,acities can be increased con- sidembly, by applying these sound range management prac- tices. The local Soil ,and Water Conservation Districts proide ,assistance with the ranchers in develeping a ranch plan with ,a range inventory ,survey and a gr'azing schedule for proper rotation,de{erred grazing. A well developed plan is: neces- sary to ,achieve god ra.nlge management. Mel United Insurance t Home Tigoma FOR GLASSES THAVIS Opticians SPOKANE W. 405 RIVERSIDE JAMES Ready To Full Door 21" Console Television NEW PICTURE TUBE! COMPLETELY SERVICED 69.50 17" Zenith Table Model Television FULLY SERVICED! 49.50 Used Westinghouse AUTOMATIC WASHER DELUXE MODEL FULLY SERVICED 97.50 Edgett MARSHALL-WELLS STORE CHENEY When in Spokane, The Only Place To THE West Wynn Restau BREAKFAST LUNCH DINNER Open 7 Days A Week Families Welcome Sunset Highway and Mm