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Page 8 Cheney Free Press Friday, April 16, 1965 Free Press SPORTS Unbeaten EWSC Thinclads Cook's Orphans Finish Second In Ritzville Meet Floyd Cook's orleans com- piled 45 points last Friday at RitzviIle to take secord in a triangu,lar meet against Ritz- vitie and Connell. litzvLl was first with 70 pennis and Con- nell finished last with 33. Oheney results: 100 yard dashGe,orge Ros- enzweig, second. 220 yard dashRos:enzweig, secord. g h 440 yard rtmSherman Guz- FaceTou CentraITeam m'an, first; Warren Heine- mann, third. Here Tomorrow Afternoon 880 yard run--I)an Simchuk first; Roy Woo, second; Ke Eastern Washington State Nelson, won the 440-yard dash Secrest, third. College traeksters, undeea,ted and the 5'30-yard intermediate Mile run--Rill McMillan, see- in two dual meets this season, hurdles ,against Western. ond; Kelley Frunz, fourth. face their toughest test Satur- Three other o last week's High hrdtes--Stan Cruse, day when they meet Cenral winners will al,s,0 see a,ction fourth Wshington State in a,n Ever- green Conference meet at C, he- hey. Cen`tral, favored for the Evergreen Conference track championship this season, took on easy 107-38 win over Wbit- worth College a,st week. Field eyelets start at 1:30, and track events at 2 p. m. o Woodward Field o.n the EWSC campus. The Savages will again be depen4ing upon junior Dean Adams, who competes in five events. Ad,ams won four events in Easterns 77-68 win over Western Washingto,n: State last Saturday, getting firsts in the 100 and 220-yard dashes, fhe broad and triple jumos, and rurmirg on the winning 440- yard relay team. In addition to Adams, East- ern will have Ron Uhl i,n: the spire-is 'and the 440 relay. U,hl won the 110 and 220 again,st Eastern Oregon earlier in the year, and finished s,eend in the 220 and third in the 100 a.a}nst Western. Both Adams an,d Uhl are transfer from Wenatchee Val- ley Gllege. Arother WVC transfer, Joe lege base,bal'l ame at Medical Lake Sturday t 3 p. m. The ame has been tansfe- red to the Medical Lake dia- mond because the new EWSC field isn't yet ready for pl, aying con, ditions. SAVAGe GAMe ISalt Near Water TRANSFERRED TO M. L. FIELD INeed Is Myth, Easte,rz Washingtou Statel( 0 ty Agent Says CoLlege will meet the Univer- U ,sity of Idalm Van,das i:n a c:ol- The ,old idea th,at tive,sttoek need salt near their waterin )la, ce is a myth. Stock gener- ally will do better and the range provides more feed if the salt is placed somevhere else. This management reminder Fi hing License :omos from Gilbert It H l meier, county extension agent. He points out that livestock Requirements Vary not naturally require water when they take sell. The nor- ,'n 00pmn" e("ca"ons real pattern is for stock to raze to saR and then graze away. One researcher found that Some anglers seffm a is a seven-hour span on the cffmusea as to ]vno nee as. a I a,er,age, between the time cat- license to nsn wnere. A ortel l ..... l ..... '' outiine of state requirements :e teKaS2 ua  nn[lhKe (y. f, oLlows More details will be -. i. ".- ' .-'; . " .......   o.  IIle cattle COtl[(1 flave walKeo far coach Pat Whitehill. They Mile relay--Bob Bartlett, roune )n rne .Ju2 @'lne)is,n d,irectly from s,alt to water in .n .unt;n ._ ... ,: ..... 20 nllnutes If they had wanted are Chuck Messenger, Evco Mike Bennet, Mile Ituber, Rick pampm(.t avauam H'ee rom . ' , ' all Ii' 1 N lJ/d I-2IIIF N iZ.lYS't to re:cord holder in the pole vault; Hilton, first. Dave Davis, slmt put, and Ed 880 yard relay--Rosenzweig, I dealers. T ........... n ' Game Fish--A license is re- im nep,ara, oruon UlSU , . c Gc!hring, discus.  . [q nrod o any adult to fish for uuzman secono.  - ,, o " , i. ' ,,,,, c=,,, o,oand. I any game fish a.-wh, re in the r, ........... tate of Wa:hmgton You need I1. 11'1 ra, HOUS, IffUrtn. I'" ,. , o . . :. High umn Jack Eyre see- a ucense to. fish for flame hs,h lend s " -- ' such as sea-run cutthroat or i k^^ um She,nard i steeihead in the salt water as {..:z, oau .) v -- v' '1 w-ll a.s in the fresh water. /ttnra '  v i[ I Che,ney's wandering and l. Ju)en e--Y:ungngers:,un- h,,m--: *-o'- +,- 4-,,rne ! fl:e,r rne age m lo yea s may ed to Medical Lake Wednesday lnn: r buapeuan?:rta a tier their second meet of the ' '  , .... g' BoatCheck Available Tomorrow Plaasu,re craft owners may I h,ave their boats and equip- ment checked by the Coast 1 Guard Auxiliary free of clarge tomorrow,' Ra Eversn sad today. t Boats will be checked frown 10 ,a. m. to 2 p. m. in back of the Cheney Con,oco station,. "If you ,are to busy at that time, just leawe your boat and a check will be made. You will receive a lisl o safety require- ments," Everson said. "No report is made (ff this; only you will receive the check list. Make your summer b.oat- ing a pleasure, n,ot one o,f sor- row, by .having this courtesy safety cheek," he dded. ONE SMALL CAPSULE Behind that little capsule that occasionally rests in your hand is a story of monumental research. Yes, that single capsule represents the success of years of effort by the pharmaceutical industry-- and at staggering cost. Penicillin, sulfanilamide, Insulin... these and many other familiar medicines now protect your health because the medical and pharmaceutical professions constantly seek new and better therapeutic agents. We are proud to be a part of this dedicated effort to preserve your health; 410 1st St. BE5-6348 Cheney, Wash. W. H. Westerman For The Blaekhawks draw a bye this weekend and are not seheculed ,for action g:adn un- til next Friday when they will o to East Valtey. Courtesy Asked Of Fishermen AI Pubik Areas Wardrobe Front of Sm,th s Jewelry Retail Trades Commission I I I I I limited to a d:aily catch (ff 8 As the summer fishing sea- son opens on April 25, sports- men will again make great use of the many public fishing areas scattered through, o,ut the fish or (4 pounds and 1 fish). Juvenile an,glers who do pu,r- chase a Hcenae are entitled to the regular limit of 12 fish or (6 pounds 'and 1 fish). In .ad, dition to other local re- strictio,ns on fishing, ce,rtain p3,nd are set aside as "Juve- nile Waters" and only persons u nder 14 years of age may fish in these designated waters. o . . I Residents--Any ehzen who! las maintained ,a permanent place of abode in the state for 90 days immediately preced- ing any applieatio.n for a lic- en,se wih the intent to reside permanently may purch,ase a residen:t fishing license. Any servicemen stationed at state, a military installation is en- Such sitesare located on the titled to .pureh:a.e a rc,Edent m, ost popular summer a.kes license, . . : and many of the streams, and ' Oldstert--,Pergons 70 years lmve been purcha.xt .nfi main- I or ae _or older wh. :hav e been taLned by e State Gae De-Is resident of Waslmncon.wr partment win license monies 110 years or more may obtain a! to ,provide acess ar the fish-[free fishing liee,rse... ing pubic. , : : J,, Blind Persons--- fi-ee fish-; [ Openg days of the fi 'shinlg ling ]cense is aailable to any t,se.asan wU find many :of tte/erson, Who is h idsideiiof tI fishirtg a,veas:  , .a[ state upon apieatio , and anglers re urged ,to treat tile[  ,. _ , .... public fkshirg sites wth re I . spect. [ I Most stes have an area set I I Spend A While At ,aside strictly for the launh- i,zg of boats and laa "kh space is set aside back from he water for strum&her trffie .Litter veheh some anlers forget to take hame may make some fiShing sites unsightly for fiherme who follow, an, d overnight .camping n the pu Kc fishing areas educes the opportunity for :other fisher- men to gind parking spots. Comp,lian, ce with regulations oste,d on the public fishin reas is to the advana, ge of equal opportunity for all, and anglers should encourage fel- low fish,erm,e,n to eo,mly. A complele listin,g of the public fisi,n!g areas is found in the 1965 game fislhin:g pam- phlet a, vailable free from all buntiag and fishing lieese dealers. Our ehi.14ren are our proud- est possessk)s, watch out for them while driving, wrns the State Safoty Council. JONES RESORT WHERE YOU WILL FIND 1. HOMEMADE PIES, LUNCHES 2. DOCK FISHING 3. BOAT RENTAL Badger Lake Rt. 3, C:hemey SEVEN OTHER DANGE00 SIGNALS Lnusuai bleeding or discharge A lump or thickening in the breast or elsewher A sore that does not hea Change in bowel or bladder habits Hoarseness or cough Indigestion or difficulty in swallowing Change in a wart or mole See your doctor immediately if any of Cancer's Seven i Uaer $ilplals lasts mere I than two weeks. I See your doctor every year i for n health checkup, , IMtmC00N C00NCtR SOCltTfg00 Ranchers who place salt at watering areas double the rramber of livestock gathered there. The practice also rules out the use of a valuable tool to attraek anim:als to little-used areas away from water. Salt sbduld be placed a mile or so away from water and in lightly.grazed or ungrazed are,as where the soil is unlikely to erode. Salting p,aees may be as far as two miles apart on rotting country with medium to low grazing cap,acity. On moderate to hi,gh-cap,aeity range, one mile between salt grounds is adequate. On any range, it is better to have too many salting places than to few. Heggemeier po,inls out that the amount of salt eaten by. livestock varies with the sea- s, on and the c ondLti,n and type of forage. About 2% pounds of salt per animal per month should be allowed for cattle when range plants are youn and tender, and 1% pounds per head per month when for- age is dried: Submitting ,an affidavit to the State Game De,pa,rLment. i Disabled Vets---A fre fishinlg !heerse is availaMe to ,any resi- dent ,of the state wlo is a vet- eran:of the Spanish-American Warlr any persm 65 years or lder; who is an lmnovably eha,rged veteran ,having a presert se,rviee-coaneeted dis. ahi:ily aTd who :has been a res- ident of the state for a,t least fCve years upon su,bmitting an application and ffadivit to the State Game Department. ALLEY ANTICS Bowlerett 5 Bees 81 45 Bair's IGA 66/ 57 Hillcrest Fillies 66 58 Bill's Jills 65 59 M N M 62z/.z 611/ Kell'ys Tavern 59 66 Lil's Curls 58 66 Wilson's Insurance 38 86 M N M 2689, 946 ; Marie Isaksen 496, 190. Fireball Jones Resort 71 49 Poor Boys 63 57 System Amusement 62,/ 57/ Bill }tatch 62fi2 571/'-' Lutheran Church 54 66 IOOF Lodge 47 73 Jones Rosort 2907, Bill Hatch 1014; tIenry Mickelsor 235 ; Rosco Jones 560. Koffee Kup Keglers 4 Questions 66 50 Pied t'ipers 65 51 B Plus 64 52 Cluster Busters 63 53 Krazy KaLes 59 57 ?illrollers 55 61 Shirt Tales 54 62 OY's 37 79 Cluster Busters 2099 ; B I)lus 738 ; Janey Dyck 20l, 496. Cheney Automotive Al's Chevron Station 78 54 Eddy's Shoe Shol) 69 63 Ch(,ney Auto Parts 69 6a 11izin,:; & tlendcrsor 67' 61 Rat,.liffe Ford (;3b, 6g ") !%own & }tolter 63 69 Sunset Vi(,w Ranch 60 72 Ililh'rest Stables 5 74 Higxins & Hednerson 2955 ; Sddy's Sht), Shol) 1044; Tom Scott 53; Eldon Jenicke 214. Cheney Businessmen Edgett Brothers 7(.t 45 Fire Del)artment 75 49 ROTC 64 60 Wilso) IIomes 62 62 Outlaws 60 6,1 N ahs('o 5, 66 Free Press 56 6 Brown & Holtcr 4',.) 82 Leonard Gergen 221. 584 ; Outlaws 1012, 2982. Surday at 2 p. Seventh-day sclol childrem club in its the Brown Mx. and shaw week their, a worth, and Mrs. son of Portland. Perrin C. Washington istrar, will meeting of soci, ation of trars in Chicago Mrs. Stanley dent of Tilieum the N. E. .of Federated in Garfield wiLh her we'e Lauff and who entered se,win:g eontest. members Warren Mo, os, Mrs. Mrs Milo Ball Cuttn+g. Classified at a small cost, Lous+DWS, w R 'un:?rwent F major surgery recently in a Spokane hospital, is now re- cuperating at his ,home in Che- hey. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Lane en- tertained as house guests this xeek their son-in4aw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Seroggs, Seattle. On Mo,day evenin,g they were joined by .vnother daughter, Mrs. Dan DeWitt and daughters, Spo- kane, for a family dinner. Mr. ,and Mrs. Clyde Stewart are spending this week in Grandview with her 100-year- old father, Willicam Smith, and Mrs. Bess Gill. The Neiffhborhoo:d Bible club enjoyed a treasure hunt, as a part" of their proffressive C class work, at the Merrill Brown borne last Sunday. This That's O! OI from Easter Egg HUNT Saturday, Used TV's FOR SALE OR RENT $25 AND UP SERVICE CALLS ........ 1.50 SEE Jim's TV Service From 8a.m.-5p.m. FIRST ST., CHENEY ACROSS FROM BROWN & HOLTER PHONE 235-4135 Sutton Starting at 9:00 a. Sections for 3 years - 4 & 6 & 7 & 8-10 years Sponsored by Cheney J. TEST THE BEST: Getup to 15 free miles '.m every 100-with mcreased gas Our '65 Falcon-with a bigger new 170-cu. in. Six and O-Matic transmission-delivers up to 15% more mpg! And with its low initial cost and minimum routine Falcon's a mighty smart investment. The ride? Plushest the compact class. Test it now-Six or V-8! FALCON FUTURA Test...and invest_in best*. 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