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; one Way to cut down spears ana bws and arrows expenses and and let into a mighty feast an- Opportunities nouncing the end of colonial- a revival of ism and the dawn of a great rOmantic oc- new day of peace and plenty. gun-runner. , , * , Thus, as soon as the food ran the government, out at the feast, the tribesmen billions of don stopped waving their spears in C. W. Harder ! of guns with up tab. has been a most non- and has private a profit to compete goods. it all started, when Started run- all Over the that colon- go. There was no aade to determine striving yoke of col- phrase goes, , , * themselves. was "freed" as the entire popula- only seven and none in engin- , chieftains saw a ld become a make a good And se tribesmer With thei: celebration and started stick- ing them into each other. * * * And all through Africa this has been the pattern. To help Indonesia be free, the U. S. taxpayers have back- ed Sukarno with over a half bil- lion dollars. And they are doing a pretty good job of butchering each other. In addition, when pressure was put on Britain to "take the yoke of colonialism" off Mal- aya, the British went along, but Sukarno did not. He takes the position that while the Mal- ayans should be free of British colonialism, they should not be free of the Sukarno brand of colonialism. And in the pur- suit of this position, some more people have been slaughtered, with perhaps more to come. * * * Now the old time American gun-runners never achieved such slaughter in far off lands as has been accomplished by U. S. bumbling and billions. * * * But it would seem that it would not only be cheaper for the taxpayer, and also better for the health and longevity of these illiterate jungle peoples if the government withdrew from all this activity and en- couraged the return of profit seeking gun-runners. The slaughter would be on a small- er scale, but it would save tax money and afford adventurous men an opportunity to make a dollar now and then. News James Widner JCCEss tour ug-e suc- has the al officers grarge in tours. on the pro- Show," master Lance Hill By L.uella Dew (held over from last week) iVI. arid Mrs. Ehner Tiedt called ,on Mr. ,ad Mrs. Larry Mongue ,arm fanfiy at Hay- fod Surtdy. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Swada, Jr. ad Marcia were visitors ,at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Scrogge Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Henry Franz ,spent sev- eral days last week with her parcels, Mr. ,arid Mrs. C. E. Corle$ :at Elk. Mrs. Corley was recently released from a Spo- kane hospital. Saturday eve- and Put on special and he host feowship Mr. lnem- gange in present MEETS Pomo- Windsor evening for exem- ning Mr. and Mrs. Henry Franz yell- visited Mr. and Mrs. Louie yeas rted A Franz. Mr. ,arm Mrs. Daryl Franz were dinner guests S,tm- day of Mr. rd Mrs,. Henry Franz. The Franzes drc,ve to Elk Sunday fternoon to visit the Corleys. Mrs. Etta Sowal.ter as in a 10 of- Spokane hospital severa days other su,fering from the fu. She is master imwoving slowly ,at ,home. Mr. aendance and Mrs. John Showalter at- tended .a bull sale at Ellens- burg lst weekend. Capt. Vera Logbottom left far a two er three year stay in the Philip- pines onday evening. Mr. arid Mrs. Ray lion,ague Saturday evening. Amon:g those ttending were Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bleisner, Cecelia Burnes, Nettle Mill Irma Ha,n- sen, Mr. and Mrs. Case Ros- kam, Adehide Larsen and V al= lie Weedhurst. PERSONAL MENTIONS grange Mrs. Emmett Kampa enter- t 10:30 tained at a luncheon: Monday grange for Mrs. Dad=sy Hicks and Mar- A. Lars garet Knight guest. Donald Rupp, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rupp, was in an acci- e Spangle News By Virginia M. Strock Services for David Brewer, 13, son of Mr. ad Mrs. Edwhn Brewer, were held l'as, t Friday at 2 p. m. at l'.he United Pres, bvterian Church in Fairfield, with Rev. C. C. Sounders of- ficiating. Pallbearers we,re Jay Wernz, Kenneth1 Reardon, David Roys, Darrell Smith, C. C. Coe and Garner Reedy. Hon- orary pallbearers, s;ch, oomate,s of David, were Larry Daniels, Don Young, Kerry and Kurt Schnzenba'.cih, $ohn Lund- strom and Bill Buth. Organist was Patsy Thurston. Soloist was Donald Ottosen. David is survived by his par- ents, Mr. and Edwin Brewer, and sisters Brn!da a,nd Mary :at the home; another sister, Mrs. Pat Williams, Pullman; his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Brewer, Spangle and Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Ewing, Spokane; numerous .aunts, uncles nd cousins. Burial was at Spokane Mecn,orial Gardens. Death followed seven months of illness rm leuke- m,a and eompli, catorts follow- izzg recent surgery. Memorial gifts were made to the Amer- ican Cancer Scie.ty for Leu- kemia Research a,nd the Unit- ed Presbyterian building fund. NEWS BRIEFS Mark Beauffhan visited his brother, Elmer Bemtghan, on M0rday tot help hivn celebrate his birthday. On Sunday El- met Was :the guest af the Nor- ton Jennings and George Dod- son family for a birthday din- nor in his honor. Kodney Car- ter was also a dinner guest. I The young =peoples group all the Spangle churc'h surprised Mike Lloyd with a lovely birth- day cake following their meet- inlg Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Dalton, Lewison, visited a the Earl Rohwer home last week. The ladies aid spaghetti din- ner was qu,ite a success in spite of all of the illness in the community. A profit of over $125 was realized from the venture. The droner was en- joyed by many from out of town as well as local folk. The Primrose Rebekah lodge served dtnn, er Saturday n,oor ,for bout 25 members of the Odfellow lodge district group, who met in the ledge hall for an anmaai meeting. The dinner was served at the service club under the chair- manship of Mrg. Louise Pitt- man. The Spangle Homemakers club met Iast Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Jhn Cmnpbel,1 visited the Cecil Anderson family Wednesday. Saturday Mrs. Jim Lucas and Mrs. Mar- ion Patterson visited the An- dersons. J. P. Lures visited the Anderson family Sunday. Mrs. Katherine Artdeson, Mrs. Fvaes Ltm!d ,and Mrs. Arma NoSey visited My. and Mrs. RMph Lurid at Bongo Sunday. Mr. ,and Mrs. Wall, ace Dew and Teresa visited Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Dew and family test Moffday afterwoon. The Edwin Dew family left early Tuesday morning far Moor- head, Mirmesota, where they] will make their hone indefin-J itely. The Dows moved to Che-I hey four years a,o from t Barnesvl,le, Minn. t (Week of March 15) t Mr. and Mrs. Bruce McKa7 visited Mr. and Mrs. B:i, Lien- weber Jr. and 1Rile son, Chris- topher, a,st Monday aernoen. Mrs. Jim Sw,artda r. and daughter Marcia were onday evening supper guests of Mr. :and Mrs. Robert Scvo,ggie. Mr. :and Mrs. Jake SWief, f dent last Saturday evening on visited Mr. ,and Mrs. Ray :the Freeway east o,f Spokane. Strieff and family Sud'ay. tle was lucky, as he recevedt Mr. a, nd Mrs. Jim Swan,do Jr and Marcm and Mss Ma only a few scratches. . " ' ry 12 non Diane Ottomier was a week- Ann Swanda were weekena in the end guest of Flora Smith. house guests ,of Mr. ad Mrs. at he Po- Mrs. Gertrude Tevharr has J. O. Scroggie. Mr. and Mrs. ;firrgeeseea, " arrived home f,rm California, Dean Scroggie called Sunday where she attended the funeral [ afterrtoon. of a sister. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mott lrs. Will, ard Bowen of Re- and Kimbevly of Spolane vie- vere vsited in Crmy last Thtmsday. Other visitors in Cbeney Tlmreday were Mrs. Grace Davis', Rosie Vavleve nd Code Lodger, on of Sprague. ttertdirtg the SLrs of Wash- He, man card tr Tuesday were Sofm M,atin, Myitle Smi, Va Wvlmm, Ade- laide Larsen nd Irma. Stra- gier. Member tse days are in Marh were honored. Mrs. J. HoUing and Mrs. Fred a Cummings were chairmen. 'oxlute Mr. a,nd Mrs. Fred Jotson engineer, entertained at dirmer last Sun- day for Mrs. Bet Liebet.ro and Mrs. Leone Widne. Mrs. Emma Doughy has re- %um%ed ,home ter spending the winter in Cali_4hrnia visit- ing a son and dmghter. 'Ms. J.ck lqowem is convl- escng at home fer spendin!, 45 days in a Spokane os] fit 1 after major surgery. Mrs. Edith Dadaon has re- het las turn, ed after four days in the c 'hospdtal for tatment of the - Asian fl, u. 23 b- Sgt. Wilam MayCie,d Js in F aivcl,ld Base Hospilal. He !had nine will be there for severa,] more m play las days. Red Mr. arid Mrs. Otto Sch,mit Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tied, Mr. and Mrs. Orval Tiedt, Cliffrd and Brad were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. E)mer Tiedt. Friday afternoon Mr. awd M Honry Franz visited Mr. 'ad Mrs. Louie Franz. Snday nner gues t e Herry Franz l'mme were :ls. Iah WelCh and Charles Welch of Charl, Mon., aRd Mr. and Mrs. Da.yl lra. Mr. aI Mrs. Ri'l Good 'and Dave called briefly ,at the Franz home Sunday mg. Rph Lund of Benge vited Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Anders(m and family Friday evening. Saturday callers were Mr. and Mrs. Murph Weidrih of Will- iams Lake. Stmday lrs. James Luas vl,sited the Artdersos ,and also George Lurid of Benge. Mary and Saly iKoore- house and the4r friend, Pam- ela, of Spokane visited Sharoaa Anderson Sunday. Mr..and Mrs. Avin Dow and Jan,ice visited Mr. arid Mrs. V,altace D,oav and Teresa Sun- day fternoon. with the eaRire membership in attend, ante rtd two gue,ss, Mrs. Art Byers and Mrs. Will- iam Byers. Their n,ex meeting will be held at thedr club room where cean-up day is scheduled. Mrs. Campbell s,rved lunch to the group. A soil conservatin meeting and lu.neheon wa, s held t the service club oa Thursday. MRS. PRIMMER HONORED Mrs. Elsie Venters, 6pokane, took her mother, Mrs. Sarah Primmer, borne w'ith her Fri- day eve,ning to cel ebrate her birthday, as she told her moth- er, ir a very simple manner. Rut as things turned out it ws a very lovely occasion. As Sz,turday evening arrived a messen,ger brou,lt a porslage for grandma from her great- grartdvons nd on Sunday a surprise group of guests ar- rived for a 2 p. m. dinner. The six guests were all od friends, whose families had arrived from Iowa ,t the same time with Mrs. Primmer, who is n,ow the soIe member Of her gen- eraion of he .group sffil liv- ing. The rest of the day was spent recalling o,ld times and opening gifts and cards. She will recall the vcc,ason as one of the happiest in many years, she reports. SCHOOLS CLOSE Liberty Dis,trict ,schools were di,smissed Thursday ad Fri- day of last wek bevatse of the flu epidemic. It is reported that absenteeism is still high and that a further cksure is being considered by school au:thoritles. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. Jack DeGn and two youngest ChiMren, Vicky and Karen, were shaken up and bruised Saturday morn- ing when their pickup skidded on icy highway ;about four miles 'nerth 9f town and they went into the ditch. The pick- up was not seriously damaged. Miss Carol Dick, daughter Marshall News By Mrs. Lorraine Gonia RI 7.9005 GRANGE MEETS Four Corners grange met !a,i Wednesday. Members will help serve at he Pomena meeting at Windvor grange March 21. Home econ, omics was s- cussed. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kelso and Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Henniegh served lunch. Next meeting will be March 25 at 8 p. m. Mrs. Iarl Lind,berg and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Bedient wil.1 serve lun,ch. TEACHERS FILM SHOWN A film was Shown Tlmrsffay niglt at the Marshall Co,m- murity Church. It was for the Sunday Sehol te,chers and helpers. It was decided to have a teacher xaing class for one morth. R will be held (m Thursday niglts. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. Bud Cox and H. R. Rault were guests Tues- day of the A14)e,rt Peters fam- ily. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gonia were dinner guests of Mrs..Ruth Reisinger Sunday of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Lovell and David were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Lopp of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Mil- ler and son were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Loz,ar and family. Mr. arid Mrs. Hertry Chase were guests of Wilhrd Besty of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Dick of Upper Columbia Academy, is hospitalized followirg a fall in her home. She saffered a severe bump to an eye which caused a detaCned retlrm. Sur- gery was performed to correct the damage and she must be very still to prevent further damage and for the condition to be corrected. Friday, March 20, 1964 Tyler News Mrs. Letha Plotts PLOTTS HAS FALL Rezeau Plotts had the mi's- fortune to slip on ice Wednes- day arid fall on s right elbow dislocating it. Mr. and Mrs. Pltts attended the wedding of her cousin, De- anne Hein, and James Barrett of Yakima in Re,ardan Satur- day. Bob Pipits was soloist. Mrs. Alice Holman of Spokane spent the weeke,d with the Pl, otts family ,and acompan- led them to the wedding. Connie Harris, gvanddaugh. ter of Mrs. 5ean:e Harris, was a bridesmaid for the wedding of Miss Gloria Kirgrey and Mielmel Morris, dental techni- cian of San Dego, hd at the Joseph's ch:urch in Tree,tweed Thursday. A receionm fol-' lowed in the Trenvod grange hall. Miss Kigrey and her lar- of Spokane. They a,lse attend- ed the postoffice meeting in Reardan. Catherine Oriard attended the open house at St. Rose o,f Lima church in Cheney. Armtha Oriard is on. %he nomin, a'ting co,mittee of the Ctholdc Dau,ghters Court Washington. Peggy Smith went to Colax Saturday with the FHA clu,b. They put on .a presertta,tion of the year's work. An excellent ratlng was given the group and they received $20 for the group. Mr. Pierce Dim inco and son were Sunday dner guests of the George Cheerer family. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Bedient and fmily were guests Sunday .of the Gheever family. Linda Gray, Pat King, Edna Cheerer and Bob Green took a test for the nati,onal merit scholarship qu'alfying test Chen, ey Free Press P $ ents are the people Oonnie toured California and Mexico with last year. Mrs. Holman arid the Plotts family also attended the Mark- Sloan wedding in EdwML FLU HITS The flu bug has been very active in this eommu, nity this past week. Those on the sick list are the Jack Bawn fam- ily, Mrs. Russell Brown, Mr. Johrmie Brovcn, Grace Mickel- son, Los Brown, Rezeau Plotts and Mrs. Lucretia Komlmk. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. John H'm and daughters visited oyd Iam, who has been conined o the Deaconess hospital several days with a mild case of pneu- monia, Sunday. He was to be released Monday. Surday dinner gests at the Gilbert Peterson home were Mr. arid Mrs. Robert McDow- ell of Deep Creek, Mrs. Fred McDowell ,of Spokane and Mr. ,and Mrs. Leslie Paul of Che- ney. r. and Mrs. Charles Lightle and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Swan- son of Reardan were supper guests :at the Donald Davis home Su,rday. Mrs. Everett Retter and dau, ghter Terri arid Mrs. Joyce Sonaland and sen Darmy of Spokane visited Mrs. LeRoy J, aekson Tuesday. On Friday the Everett Ret- ters were dinner guests t the Jaksons and Sunday the Gene Jack,sors of Spokane lad din- ner wi, th them. Jack Gory and  friend, Miss Hardy of Medical Lake, called ,on the Bill Keits Sn. day. ' Wilma Ptotts of (eney sper-t Sunday with Mrs. Letha'- Pleats. The Rezeau Pltts called Sunday evening. We like doing business with Murray Black And he likes Staadard% policy of supporting local business  If you had an oil well out in the ocean, as Standard often does, you'd find Murray Black a useful man. He helps to build, and also services, underwater oil wells and pipelines. Murray is not a Standard employee...he's an independent contractor, with five other deep-sea divers on his payroll, and flmtmands of dollars of his own money tied up in equipment. He tartod specifically to sawe Standard's offshore drilling operations hear Santa Barbara, and, from this small, local beginning, has become one of the busiest submarine contractors on the West Coast. While his services are unique, he is only one of some 18,000 individual suppliers from whom Standard buys goods and services every year. Many are small, independent operators such as Murray Black. Standard's purpose is to spread its lurchastng as widely as posible, so that its dollars help to build many local businesses and communities. 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