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Page 2 Cheney Free Press Friday, April 24, 1964 qr/._P 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 . . t I .KM K" .,d..NATIONAt EDITORIAt mo=00 Friday Spokane County Subscriptions ................................ $4.50 per year I&apos;R.=,,..,.IRI3 All Other Subscriptions ........................................ $5.00 per year G. T. FROST .................................. PUBLISHER JACK PIERCE .................................... EDITOR There's Still One In Every Crowd Sunday mmmg clowned brgh nd clear for fishermen ,and aer several sevas of mixed rn, cold a, nd SlmW opei,ng day looked, at ,last, ike "a perfect day. And it was, too, with a couple of notable excep- tions at two nearby takes---Wilams mad Badger. Of all things one mi,gh expect to spoil openin,g day during the middle of April, water skiers were about the ltst thing to come to mind. But there the were, rac- irg ,at reckless speeds through boats so thick St was so down,rght da, ngeros, plus being outfight rude and obrtoxious. "vVater skiing on opening day across troll- ins lines ,and near still fishermen, vehere the resultig waves mean the dkfference btween cacching or loseS a trou% is a.lmot irmredible. If there's any Way to aaalize the skiers except ,as being brazen, th,oghtless anal completely disrespectful of ohers, then words fail. Evertuatly, we suppose, rude and crude behavior such as this will spur more rigid legislation on the operation of boats in Wa'.h- ington. Rosellini Still Master Politician Gov. Albert D. Roelaini 't formally an- nounced he will seek a,n unprecedented third consecutive term as governor, but tie lect ltittle doubt here Monday he ks a candidate. Rosellini, o mtter what ,his, crH2cs may saT, is a master politician. He can drive home what .he warts to say, and effectivelT. The goverrror can give-and4ake with the best of them at a questio and  answer sys.m. Roselni was mxt effective fo11,oring ls prepared text at a Slowater Hail convoca- tion. A brisk question ,and answer session oIowed during vChi'eh the governor displayed his political ,astu,teness at diplomatic answers and alo his wide sor,ge of knowledge. The governor was dapper with ,a red flower ha his lapel. His :appearance in the Shaw'alter audi- torium was dra,matieally timed as he strode through the studen rd facuRy so all could get a close l'ook a,t him. After 18 yem's as ,a Note setor arid nearly eight years ,as governor, Roselni still ovks like he gemfinely enj.oTs politics and the mad swirl that goes with campaigning. The governor faces a tough battle for reelection this autu,mnad he knzv it with three capabte candidates hitting the camp}gn, trail tmrd and often 1,ortg before election "time. Far this reason, pus the fact he apparently likes to "mix Lt up" :himsel the race for goverrtor this year is an in,retest- ins one . Amber News By Jennifer Jordan AMBER HOT LUNCH Monday -- Spanish rice, spinach, bread and butter, peach cobbler, milk. Tuesday -- Potato, corn, hot rolls and butter, ce cream, nfilk. Wednesday -- Fried chick- en, fruit cocktail sand, bread 'and buCter, lemon Imdding, milk. Thursday -- Ctttli beans, corn, brd, carrot ,sticks, frttit- ed jello, milk. Ftd,ay -- Pork wth aple sauce, peas, bread .and bter, pumpkin pudding, milk. Jolm $ordan was a Saturday overnight guest of Nelson Cot- diH Jr. Colleen Cordial was a Sun- day guest of Kay "a'nd Ann Cor- dl,1. Sunday dinner guests ,of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Harris were Mr. .and Mrs. A1 ttaskins, Gene and Claudia. Callers later that afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miller .arid Ga,ry. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Ma.rh. Nick and John and William o,ther c3mmunity projects we.re discu'ssed. Mrs. John i Babb, lecturer, thanked Jim- mie Labish for his cornet solo; Mrs. Don MacQuarrie for read- I in "Grange and What It IMean, and M . Ether Stel-i z'r fc, r showing pictures of Pence and Run were Sunday dirmer guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Marsh and Howard Jr. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. ttarry Censer ,and Mr. and Mrs. La,rry Oeser were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Meon of Seattle arid Mr. and Mrs. Erank Nataf and Michetle of Clieney. Callers tater in the afternoon were Mr. ,a,d Mrs. Frank Roach, Bwry  Ran- dy of Spokane..' East Cheney e By Anna Phillips A,t the meetirtg of East Che- ney grarge last Friday, evening Canada and the local cmmun- ity. The lecturer als0 repoed on the importance of having 'and using seat belts. Mrs. Ve,r- na lacQuarrie served re,fre,s,h-, ments. PERSONAL MENTIONS The Virgil Pievsal family called at, the Clester Pb.lip home last Su, rd'ay. Harry Hmpton and Joe Lab- ish of East Oheej grange acted as pal'l bearers a Eae Victor C. Mandy ftmeml ]last Monday. Mr. arid Mrs. Troy MayIie,ld ,and .family of Spokane were reports were given by Garnett, last Sunday din, net guests of Bots and Johnny Ptfil'lps and Mr. and Mrs. Vern Ha.rvintn. Holmes Hardware nservation News By Clarence A. Kelley Soil Conservation Service In VCashmton State durin ,all average season, aur per cent of the wheat growl', will be lost to {outfit. Tle actual damage caused annually var- ies c'onsidera,bly but usually becomes most destructive dur- iig wet seasons. Recent research by Wash- ington State University and e,tn,sion service persormel have pointed .to the following considerations. Fertilize for yieldsnot for footrot. Do rot decrease fer- ,tihzon due to foatrot. The a,ddiUon'al yieM gained by fer- titizer will more than offset any loss by footrot. spring tfitage should def- itely be avoided on wheat fiel:ds ,having a too,trot history. Where 'he footrot fungus is present the use of harrows skew treaders, rotary hoes, or :any equipment that stirs the soil may be damaging. Mois:L soil conainirtg the fun,gi car, be placed around the pIants by the tiltage aperati, on. Also plants may be weakened and placed in ,a more suscep,tible condition. If a spring app.tica- ton o.f fertilizer s needed Mr. and Mrs. John H arrington -,re staving w't!h Mr. -d Mrs. Vern Harringt9n. Mrs. Joe Labish vistited Mrs. Charl3tLe Wi:lli'.ams while Jen- nifer attended a birthday party for Nancy Morrisan last Sturday aternaon. Sunday the Joe Labis famtily svent the flay at the lome of Mrs. Anna Labish of Mt. Hope. avoid use of applicators hich Air the sil. There is im whearc varify immune to foetrat. Lid re- seaa'ch data noted te fo.Row- iltg percertage lsses from fooot on wheat in 1963; Games 35' per cent, Omar 36 per cent, Itana 46 per cent, Rio 48 per cent "and Baart 50 per cent. Tle use .of a good crop ro- taton, iltcluding spang crops, seems to be mast effective in cortr, alin,g the fooLrot prob- lem. HARVEY ERICKSON 409 S & E Bldg.. Spokane 1. Wash. SIXTY DAY SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION ]No. 173832 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of ,qDoknne. MARY R. GERVAIS, Plaintiff vs. OMER J. GERVAIS, Defendant State of Washington to the Defend- ant. Omer J. Gervais. You are hereby summoned to appear in the above er, titled court withi sixty (60) days after the date of the first publication of this summons, to- wit: Within sixty (60) days after the 8rd day of April, 1964 and defend the above entitled action in the above entit- led court, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, arid serve a copy of your arswer on the undersigned attor- ney for plaintiff at his postoffice address below stated, and in ease of your fail- ure so to do, judgment will be ren- dered against you according to the de- mand of said complaint, which has beer filed with the clerk of said court. This action is commenced by the plairtiff, Mary R. Gervais; the object of the action is for the plair, tiff to se- cure a decree of divorce from the de- fendant on the grounds of non-support and cruel and in&uman treatment, ren- dering life burdensome. Harvey Erickor*, Attorney for Plaintiff Postoffice Address : 409 Spokane & Eastern Bldg. Spokane, Washington (April 3-May 8) ORDINANCE NO. F-25 An ordinance of the City of Cheney, Washington, adopting the codification of MI ordin- ances of the City of Cheney of a general, public or perman- ent rmture as the official Code of said city, as provided for and pursu:ant to C,hapter 97, Lws of 1957, R. C. W. 35.21.- 500--35.21.570. WHEREAS, the City Council of the City ,of Cheney has auth- erized 'lhe codifica,on of all ordinances of .a general or pub- lic nature or imposing a fine, penal, ty or o,rfeiture, and, WHEREAS, such eod'ifica- tion, has now been campl.eted ,a,nd a printed cop. thereof filed with the City Clerk, and, WHEREAS, Ciffapter 97, Laws of 1957, R. C. W. 35.21.- 500--35.21.570, provides or the ad,ption of such codifica- tion by enacting an ordinance adopting such codLfieatio,n a,s the o,fficial code of s,u,ch city, and sets forth certain proced- ural requirements qcherein for such adoption, which require- ments bare been fully c mn- plied wth; Nw, Therefore, Be It Or- dairmd by the CRy Cotmil of adopted by the City of Cheney: I shall be . _ _ . I ations thee, eel, Section 1 Adoption of Code .... .,o The said eo<tifizmlion of the or-I :'-- .,u,: .... -, diTmaes of the City of Cheney ] ,,1i7:':: n a[' of a genera,l, ,purbl'c or perman- *" ont nature containe,d 00v%00re00fr, set forLh in a win'ted copy P^  ,, thereof on fie it the of=fi,,c of e=iv the City Clerk enticed Che- Y n,ey City Cede," be, mad the eence amendments same is :hereby, adopted as the official C!ede ,of the C'ty rf Cheney, as provided for by Chapter 97, Lws of 1957, R. C. W. 35.21.500--35.21.570. Section 2. Copies as proof of ordinances. As prov}ded for by R. C. W. 35.21.550, coties of such cede n pa'btished form Shall be received witoul fur- ther proof as the ordinances of permanent axed general effect o the City of @he,ney ,by all co.urts and .administrative tri- bunals of this state. Section 3. Adoption of new material. New matter, el slall be "adopted by the City Cun- cil as separate ordiniance,s prior to the inclusion there.of in such codification; povided, that any ordinance amending the codfiicaion shall set forth in full the section or sections of the cedificati:on being amended, and this shCM1 co.n- .Xitute a sufficiert co,mpanee with any statutory requiremert that no ,orina.nce nor any sec- ti.on there,o,f shall be revised or amended unless the new of dinance sets forth .the revised ordinance or amended section in fu,ll. Section 4. Title and citation o code. The cordific,aio.n 'here- by adopted shall be known as the "Cheney City Code" and may be cited as such. The titles, chapters and sections as set forth in the codification hereby adopted shall be, and they hereby are, declared to be the titles, ch, apters ,and sec- tions by which the Irovi:sdons of the Che'ney City Cede may be designated and cited. Section S. Purpose of catch , lines. The catch lines appear- iv.iS in connection wit,h the ti:tles, chapters and secti.on,s ef the Cheney City Code are in-: sorted as a matterr ,o,f conven- ience, and t:hey shall be wholly g:regarded by any peson, 05 f]zer, c3urL, or other tribunM in construing the terms'and rovisions of the Cheney City Cede. Section 6. Continuation of ordinances. he p0visdons of the Cheney City Code, in'so,far as they are substanially the same :as ordina,n.ces here,tofore n or Section 8. U'nless provided in Code, any poration, vants, who the provisio City Code guilty of a upon be punis,hed sum not red dollars ment in the cout. Section 9. No,thing dJ lance or Code con'true,d tio n;ow virtue of ance herein fyin, g .or accrued r to fecLing 'the son, firm or waiving ,any under vision time of once. Section Each tRle, and the adopted, is pendent chapter, of a section, of ,any ,or the Ch, eney adored, any other tion or thereof. Section 11. dinances or ances in ney City ordinance Section sh, all be in five days provM ,and by the Oi proved by day of Nolan Attest: Roy Approved Merritt o Dea , FORD MUSTANG" s2368" llrs.suggestedprie *Manufacturer's suested retail price. Destination charges and state and local taxes, and fees, if any, not included. Options such as whitewall tires are extra cost. See your Ford Dealer for his selling price. Galaxie Smoothest, steadiest, strongest ear in its class-- and by hundreds of pounds. The Galaxie fastback is leading scorer in '64 NASCAR competition. Great performer for the Great Northwest! Falcon America's total classes in don and added insulation give the plushest compact I ra00nane Low.priced family car with a sports.ear fedl And Fairlane's available with the same basic Vdl that powered Cobra to the A Production Sports Car Championshipl Thunderbird cost, you get features that are often extra-cost them at alll) on other cars. Thunderbird... tmie RATCLIFFE COMPANY 402 Second Street Phone BE 5-6238, Cheney,