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Pae 2 Cheney Free Press Friday, April 9, 1965 CHENEY FREE PRESS ESTABLISHED 1896 PUBLISHED AT 412 FIRST ST., CHENEY, WASH. Entered at the Post Office at Cheney, Washington, as Second Class Matter under the Act of March 5, 1897. Issued every N ATIONAt EDITORIAL Friday morning at Cheney, Washington. __l [ASCTIN Spokane County Subscriptions ................................ $4.50 per year  I / %./rl_.llalllL.11lAl:Al:l$:l All Other Subscriptions ........................................ $5.00 per year G. T. FROST .................................. PUBLISHER JACK PIERCE .................................... EDITOR STEVE POWLL, ADVERTISING MANAGgR Conservation News By Clarence A. Kelley SCS Technician One of tlm big questions fac- ing farm operators the vast month rlms been vchether ar nt to fer'Ulize .grain carps, i This question can best be! answered by a soft test w)hich irtdicates the amount of nitro- gen prosenthy vaiable in the soil for the growing crop. Re- suits from the few tests taken in the district this spaag have shown no trend. In some cases ,nit2oger was adequate, in ,others corsldeably below ex- ,pected needs. The distribution of the trogen also as vat-: iable. lamera cmg the question of applying fertizer shou'id seriously conder this testirg tool to ,heip fiad the answer. The grieuture-cost sharing program aalable to farm o9-: orators agptyiag cortservation p'tices has nreased the ,rate of tmumt for wuodld prun- ing nd thinniv in 1965. Ap- plications for varry out ractice in file Southwest Spo- kane district Imve decreased by 30 per cent in compariso to  year at this time. A.bottt a11 at  ,be mid is that the work nmst be just as hard regardless of the incertive payment. P00ay tion teclmician sisting the distrct, has provided aid to e following farm operators in wo work this spahng: A1 Rosenau, H. F. Mindrup, Don Major, Jack 'd, Jtcab Heiydt, Shmdt Bros., Jesse C0er, David Ri9llle, Plip Smek, Frank Parker. Nelson Cordill, Osborne Bel,sby, Lloyd Lovell, Saren Lurdby, Daa'l Itl, E twood Laadt, James An- derson, Herb Kukuk, J'oe La- bsh, ttary Hanapton, G. F. Hrke, R. C. ones and Hjalmer Moberg. The district supervisors lmve acepted new cooperative agreements with Fred Wilcox, H. S. Jackson, Herb Kukuk, Richard Kamer ,and Arley Heyer. These agreements cover 2,628 acres in the district. Directory City Dry Cleaners CLEANING PRESSING ALTERATIONS " LAUNDRY SERVICE 322 FIRST 235-4732 O. B. Electric PERSONALIZED SERVICE Wiring Elect. Heat, Motors, Pumps Rt. I, Spokane CH. 4-2705 ELECTRIC SERVICE AT ITS BEST Phone 2354410 EDGETT BROS. CHENEY ELECTRIC SHOP Complete Wiring & Repair Electric Contracting Free Estimates. No Job Too Small. Norm Lewis 235.6528 i29tf I CHENEY PLUMBING SHOP Complete Repair and Plumbing Service Licensed & Bonded Marvin Becker 321 Ist St. 235-6528 i29tf Windsor News By Mrs. James Widner CARD PARTY SET The Danish Sisteahd wil have ,a card paty in the Car- naton hostess room Monday at 12:30 p. m. with a hmCh pre- ceding the party. Hostesses will be Adehide Darsen, Sofia Mar- tin, Alvilda Garras, Mrs. John Bech. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. anl Mrs: G. Sasmen en- tertained at dinner Sunday for Minnie Melc,her and Leona Widner. .Mrs. Claudia Step,hens, Spo- katm, spent l,ast weekend with bet brother in taw and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Drear Williams. Mrs. B.essie Yost called on Mr. and Mrs. Ernest WitR.ams st Sunday. Kathleen Hampto drove to San Fransco April 2 to spend a few days with a cousin. ,Mr. ,and Mrs. Harey Steven- son ,of Pasco were overnight guests of the Frank Millers h.st Sa,turdy. Mr. and Mrs. Art Bevens are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Carl Shew and other ,rehtives in Wiston-Salem, N. C. They pan to be done ,a month. ,Mr. and Mrs. John L. Thompson have returned home from Minot, N. D., where they visited Mrs. Lizzie Sounders for a week. Erie Johnson is %siting her cousin n Raord, Va., for two weeks en route to Bluofield, W. Va., where she will visit other rel*atives for two weeks. Mrs. Josie Senger ha re- turned ilmme after spendin the winter in Okland, Calif., with a daurghter. Last Sunday Clara Nesl vis- ited /nna LyselI, who s in a mrsig home in Spokane. Mrs. Sylvia Niehuls md son have returned to Akron Ohio, ater spending 10 days vistirg he pronts, Mr. and Mrs. L. Peteron. Peterson is eonvales- eitl from major surgery. David Fox and .son David Jr. af RiiNey, W. Va., Imve re- tinned home fter visiting .son ho is in the air force at laiehild. i Washington Bar Association TENANT'S RIGHTS Wi, ilie Terant rented an apartment from John Landl:ord ,at an agreed rental o $60 a month, with the Landlord agreeing to SUPlly water, elec- tricity ,and arb.ge service without charge. A month later Landlord told Tenant, "I can't acford to sp- ply the water an longer. You will lmve to pay your own water bill." Tertant, knowing it would cost him about $5 o month more for water, compla:ned but did ,not move out. He paid the water bi for his second month of tenartcy. A month later, Dandlord told Term nt, "You will have to pay your own electric bill and for your own ,garbage service atfer this. Vm changing my policy on all of my apart- ments." Terror, t, kalowing it would cost him at least $10 a month, refused to pay, saying, "If you are going to raise my ret that way, I'm going to move ou tO- m'OITOW." LarKtlord replied, "You can't move out. You have to give me thirty days rmtiee ,beore mov- ing, or I can clarge you for an- other month's rent. And if you don't pay me another mnt'h s i'- rent, I ,can ,hold your furnitare and won't let you move out. Urtder these circumstances can Tenant be forced either to agree to pay for the electricity and garbage, or to 'pa:y another month's rent if he moves out? The answer is bat Landlord cammt raise his rent and still compel Tenant to give ,tlrty days rmtice before moring v,ut. When Landlord raised the rent, he changed the original rental contract. Tenant could either agree ,to ,a new rental at a ligher rate, or ,move out. A landlord cannot raise the re,n when the ent is due end still demand thirty days no- tice from a tenant before he moves out. Raising the rent ear, eels the origin'al rentin ad gives the tenant the rght either to :agree to a higher rental or to move out, with no obligation to pay more rent to tbe hndlard. Paradise Prairie By Lana Evans HORSE CLINIC HELD The hersmanship clinic 1,;tt weekend at Stocklad ws well attended, onld many thunks are extended to the experts on the program who gave so ener- otmly of he time and tatenL without charge. tlvetta Lewis moderated Sat- urday's panel of speakers, hich included Joe Joihnson of WSU, who spoke on "Confor- mation;" Don Hemstrom, "Phy- siology o,f the Iorse's Feet and Legs;" Dr. Willam T'avenner, "Worming;" and Bruce Clark, "Fittirg ,aad Showin'g." Surtday's program was on "Western Equitation," and E1- vetta is spoke and gave demonstrations on the proper performance .of both riders ad horses, rtd the ,accept- ,able clotng and ck, it al casses at horse shows. Those .attending from the Prairie Praxrcers 4-H Ctub .included ,assistant leaders Mrs. Moam Dalton 'and Mrs. Edith E,ans and members Sharon 0ock- burn, Theresa Smith, Malena Brown, Tony Rohrbaek, Sylvia Green, Vicki Dalton, Lana Ev- a,n, Lynn (3aan, and Leslie, Larry, Steve and Russe,ll West. GRANGE MEETS .Grange met last Fd,ay at the Graage hall. Tim and Lorraine Hodgson wil be ,hosts for the oal party at the ,grange hall tomorrow eve- ning t 8:5'0 p. m. Proceeds will be used for ungorms and equipment for the grange baseball teaan. The tem will sportsor ,three card parties, on April 10, 24, artd M)ay 15, aH at Paradise Grange. The pub- lie is invited to attend. SCOUTS CAMP OUT Saturday 25 Boy Scouts held a cmpout on the Ed Bloom- qulst property, ch'peroned by scoutmaster, Carl FBom- qist. The troop,  from Sp lne, enjoyed their adventure in the axd,s. EDUCATORS BUSY Frky and Saturday Mrs. Oence Ross  attend the WaShi, lgtn Education Assoei- tizm tive Assem- bly. BIRTHDAY NOTED Saturday evening ,guests of Mr..and Mrs. Malquist of Spo- kane were the Ed Bloomquists and Mr. and Mrs. D,oM'fil , . They I celebrated the birthdays of [ Mrs. Malquist ,and Bl*oomquist. [ Dater they were joined by the I other members of +'their canas- ta club for an everng of cards. I HARMONY CHORUS MEETS Mrs. Williram Houston is one of 40 Spokane members of the Women's four-part lvarmoy barberslop chorus. The g,up is an allamatenr, non-proit, international organization. The group performs for numerous Charity events and vganiza- lions, such s PTA's, mtrsin homes, banquets, the Lilac Pa- rade and other eom,mumty f- fas. The Eve,green District, Region 13, is composed of Ore- gon, Northern Ca, liavn Ida- iho, Washington, and British Columbia. The .group has only one qu,avtct, with the ctmrns furrRshing the baclcxmnd. R egiormt ccompetition is held every spring for quartets and chorus, and international com- petition is held every fa] far Choruses only. SUBSCRIBER WELCOMED The Walt $ohnsons, long- time residents .of his are, are lev sbscbers o the Free Press this week. Welcome to our exparding group of Para- dise subscribes. Your report- er, Darm Eans, will be hp.p to accept md)scriptons. Please catl RI 7-4936 ff you re inter- ested or have news to con- tribute. CORRECTION Your revorter was misin- formed regarding Bud and Den Greene's pl, annd move back from Morttana on propey they recently purchased in this area. T1ey report that they ,have purchased the property as an ivostment and do not plan to reside .on it. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. Phi}lip Ander- son, back from lheir witer stay in Mesa, Ariz., were Tues- day evening .dinner guests of the Ed BI0omquists. y evenirg Gerry. Va- dervert was interviewed for the Liberty Ledger. Saturday It would be quite interesting if a businessman went to his banker and showed with his books that he was running bad- ly in red figures and that in ad- dition, both his creditors and competitors were doing their best to take advantage of the situation. Would the bank therefore help : .. him out 9  .,. But ,vhat0000 wonld mako eveu more it interesting, assuming the banker show-  ed some in-) terest in ex- tending help, g if the husi- C.W. Harder nessman also said, "And while you are at it better leave me have a few more extra thous- and so I can go to Los Vegas and take a chance on some new forms of gambling to see if I can bail out this way, too." Obviously, the banker would take a very cold attitude. * $ * While that may sound ridicu- lous, and it is, it is perhaps no more ridiculous than the recent maneuvering in the world mon- etary market participated in by the United States government to bolster the British pound. In the last election, by a very narrow majority, the British put into power a Labor gov- exnment. Now of course the British people have the right to elect any kind of a govern- ment they desire. *** But the Labor Government has announced that it is deter- mined to continue socializing Industry, continuing where they left off the last time in power.  National Federation of Indedmt B111itlel The plans are to nationalize the steel industry, the trucking industry, and others, as well as extend welfare state. However, with their economy already deeply in the red, these announced plans to further so- cialize the economy made in- vestors, holders of British )ounds, and others, under- standably nervous. Also as a factor was the memory that the last British Labor government lowered the value of the pound by almost half. So, with all these uncer- tainties, investors started dumping the pound on the open market to get rid of them at the best price possible before the boom was lowered. But immediately, to prop up the British pound, the United States participated in a move to raiseS3 billion to prop up the pound, even digging into the diminishing U.S. gold supply. Thus, by indirection, the peo- ple of the United States are now committed to support socialism in Britain. * * * Thus, the situation is weird, especially when a nation that is supposed to believe in the free enterprise system, taps the resources of its citizens to support a socialistic regime. It is not inconceivable that in the not too distant future somebody will come up with the idea of government finan- cial aid to counterfeiters. After all, If American funds can be used to maintain a false value on British currency, why can- not it be used to support bogus American money? she visited Mrs. Westeqnzee in 'Sacred Heart hospil. al Bowen's and Qary Par- ker's join,t exhibition "An" tied ,for first place in the West Liberty Science Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jolhns,o,n journeyed to ran, d Coulee 1,ast week. Sund,ay gu,ess were the Bob Millers of Fairfield and the Bit Foxes of Greenaeres. Mr. and Mrs. H'en. Vck- nitz and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Van Meter and Mrs. Carolirm Krupka, Malin, Ore., j,ou.neyed to Kennewic.k to vt Mr. arid Mrs. Claude Mc- Coraick i.ast week. Bob Griffin ,and datrhter of rive Mile wre Sunday guests of the Ed West aznily. Mr. and ,Ms. Clyde Hays o St. Jolm were Samday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lewis. Mrs. Lewis reninds horse enthus- iasts ttmt the Va,ttey Broomtails 4-H Horse Club will hold a 'horse show in the Argonne Vil- lage Arena tomorrow. , Mr. and Mrs. Van Belle of Spolane and Mr. Iaold Shayne wore Saturday guests of the A1 Smiths. Mrs. A1 Smith will attend a mothea-- dmghter brunch in W, atla Wal- la tomorrow with her daugh- ter, Beverly, and foster-dugh- ter, Errta Spenst. Both girls ,are studyirtg nursing at Waa Wal Co'lege, and ,are lan- nirtg to go to Saudi Arab when they graduate next spring, as nurses 'for the Stan- dard Oil Company. Friday evening Mrs,. Eli Fieldrg entartained the Eiders of title Latter Day Saints church Douglas DoSane of Ge'ger Amber News Mrs. N. A. Cordill BRIDAL SHOWER GIVEN ' Miss Carol Marsh was guest of hen,or at a bridal shower last Saturday given for her by Mrs. Kent Sooy, Mrs. F. N. McKinley, Mrs. Ron McKinley, Mrs. Leslie Moo, Mrs. Bud Har- ris ,and Mrs. N. A. Cordill at the Sooy home. Sixtyfive guests presented Miss Marsh with :a lovely ,array of gifts. She will become hhe bride o,f Charles Featherstone June 6. ,HARTLEYS VISIT Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hartley and family were weekend guests of her paten,Is, Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Holt, KendrJck, Idaho, and attended the wed- . dirg of a cousi'n, H,owaa-d Holt, , Saturd, ay evein,g. FAMILY DINNER ENJOYED Enjoying a family dinner I Sunday at the home o Mr. and Mrs. Ho,ward M arsh were Mrs. I Josie Marsh, Mr. n,d Mrs. Mel- vin Marsh ,and Nick, Mr. and 'Mrs. Keith Cummings, Mr. and .Mrs. Ivan Calver -and Miss I Carol Ma:rsh and Charles Featherstone .of WSU. I AMBER SCHOOL HOT LUNCH Monday -- Hamburger hea- ven, green beans, bread and butter, pears, milk. Tuesday -- Vegetable and [me!at ca sserole, green sal;ad, hot rolls and bu,ter, cherry. cobbler, milk. Wednesday -- Roast beef, mashed potatoes, gravy, jelly salad, bread and butter, choc- olate cake, milk. Thursday -- Lima beans with ham, fruit salad, corn bread and butter, butterseotch puddirg, milk. Friday- Hot dogs, maca- roni ,and cheese, celea-y sticks, cookies, apple sauce, milk. NEW ARRIVAL Mr. a:nd Mrs. Loren Kee (J,ani, ce Mill) of Santa Susan- no, Calif., ,are the proud par- ents of a baby boy, horn M/arch 26. The baby weighed eight pounds, four ounces and has been named Curtis Mark. He .lores a brother and a sister at the home: Maternal grin,d- Heights, arid Dr. Cox, of Che- hey. Sunday calea's were the Henry toatsmarm o,f Spokane. I)erothy 13tm, now teach- in,g at WaterviHe High School, wil(l spen sprhg vation with her parents, the Joe Bauras. Mr. ,and Mrs. Kemeth Hitch- cock ,and Gladys of Renten were weekend ,guests of the R. E. Phinneys. parerts are Mr, lie Mill. Mrs. daughter now main for a PERSONAL MEt Miss Carol fiance, Charles are visiting and Mrs. ing s,pring Saturday guests of Mr. Best, Glenn,a, F:rank were and ,hex A. Ohrt o.f wan, Oanad. Mr. and Mrs. let ,and Mrs. among the mont Women's day. Mrs. Harry slides arid last winter to A,opulco. She some of th which he via bus was an Amber eve,nirg with Oeser presiding. Warren Johnson ers, were c us,sion w'as hekt and quartette blood bnk is wanting to i contact Ellen Cordill. The draped in Nelson. The family put on ssting of a a,nd a piano and Rosearme and ments were loways and Mr. oedwin. Mr. and Mrs. and sous were nirg guests of 5ohn H. Harris Among the i Job,s Daughters i tea" hmheon somc Temple Mrs. Don Mrs. W. Edward gy Sue, Ms. and Jennifer, man and Nrcy Cerdill ,and ,Mr. and M. 6nj Dyed a at Lake Thoe Mss was a parents, Mr. Kietz. Mr. ,and Mrs. and Nick eening wih a and Mrs. Dick fax, Mr. ,and Marsh ,and , Miss MS Sylwa nd stone. "walks" right over bumps and Independent front suspension takes the "truck" out of truck ride. It smooths rough roads, protects truck, driver and cargo from excessive jolting. And on Chevrolet pickups it's a proved system with millions of miles of user experience behind it. Try it out on one of Chevrolet's great Fleetside or Stepside pickup00 It's one of the big reasons that Chevrolet is first choice with pickup users from coast to coast. Telephone your Chevrole| dealer about any type of truck Brown and Heifer Motor Co. 513 FIRST ST. CHENEY 235-6237 i