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68, Number 52. THE WEEKLY NEWSPAPER SERVING SO-UTHWEST Cheney, .Washingtn. lrld " ay, June 4, 1965 SPOKANE COUNTY Single Copy 10 Cenu Some Never Marry !James M. Moorman BEING SINGLE ISN'T SO BAD Iiervices Conducted threat to oceu.pationa success. Prince m'ber for love and mar- f0vee in our for the even with our emphasis o,n. mar- one out of every never marry. Sme o,f the explain the of some because of ratine in the they live, find the wo,m- !ewer males age groups of m. arrJage 1s more ars for have in the out- in most cit-- hn the eraplasized,. ratio dis- o,ne which may fail to atitudes Leflers Some persons commit them- selves on,ly once and remain true to their first love even though the ,other individual mrries someone e.lse. Parent fixation is another factor preventing marriage in s'eme cases. The idividual de- velops such an emotional iden- tificatio.n with one o.r both of his parents that he cannot ex- perience normal lve for a per- sn ,of hJs own age. Dbinclinatioa to assume the responsibilities ,of mrriage is another reason why sme never marry. Fy, sme avoid marriage because they firmly believe that singleness is preexable to nmrv'mge. Thexe are, of course, both compensation and problems in rem#nkng single I.n a sense, writes one family sociolgist, "the single person does not put all hs eggs into erie bas- ket; in ,another sense he des. Ite .does not build ,s life around armther person, run- ning the rsk of .having the bottom drop out of his world if that other person dies or disappoints him. On the other had, in depending for his hal> piness upon himself rather than on himse plus another person, he misses the contribu- tion that the other person may make." Marage, however, is not ex- necessarily the most desirable -; (2)care life far everyone The'e are :s or hay- many who are better suited for :i,s vthich single thanh, for married livintg. )t eligible Any individual, therefore, J earhat xrites .one amily specialist, the finan- "should .be able to remain sin- raarage; g}e by ,choice without any social h factors;  i " aess.  t gma. o:It to 181h e nat Paty re./ r . '00a00riage,/ worae. Ap-" cent f Betz school Eighth grade gmaUo part'] Lbe hed June 9 from 8 to 11 o'ekek in s the school gymnasium. . The party, for 8th grade stu- dents orfl?, is being organized WOmen by vommittees of students A workg whh a group of 8th about grade mothers. The group in- ofraarrv, eldes Mrs. Robert Nelson, e00mc& Mrs. Dick Camp, Mm. MilOrd l-Ile, Mrs. Jack Philleo, Mrs. Fred Stei'ner and Mrs. Lee A,bleman. A rom is being l'eserved in the Betz .sohool or families as a that will have to wait for their eighth graders. Coffee and television will be furnished. : Chapeaxmes for the pmy are Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Michaesen, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. MiHard Hle, Mr. and Mrs Kent Sooy, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Steiner ,and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ableman. spring Dr. and 105 N. Dr. Bender Will Attend Conference Dr. lbert F. Bender, East- ern Waslngtan State College assocte professor of account- an-ing and busirmss education, will atend the nual coner- e'e of the Administrative Managemen Society in Cal- vergreen gary next week. and was Dr. Bender  the newly elected recording secretary of the Spolane chapter of AMS, a lorg with Fred W. Campbell of the Washinln Wate Pow- W. 5th, er Company and is - in ten, man of the 1966 conveion l|eern m. program to be held in Spokane. I she00le-00ed  For Reading Institute LeRy sherwl, pr'meipl firemen's of Betz scbol, has been select- ed to participate in a 6weeks Reading In,stitute to be held at Rhode Ishnd CoHe,ge ha Charlton Providence. to Mrs. IShervood and children will al, so go .to Rhode I.slntl since they were able to find lmusing. see the fire PERMITS NEEDED Sun- ........ $1.40 ........ $1.40 $42.50 FOB Permits for aU outside burn- in in Cheney, including incin- erators, will be required after Jut7 1, Fire Chief Cecil Carl- ton said this week, Permits rrmy be obtained at the city hall, Fire District 3, Oheney Mtor Co., or Cheny Grain Growers. Sky's The Limit Terry Tucek und Skp Duty, two ocal boys, caught their lmit of sky fish over the Mem- orial Day weekend. Bh were using h(rse tail flies. Funeral services for James M. Moorman were held Tues- day at 1:30 p. m. from Memof ia Chapel of Jerue Funeral Home. Rev. Howard Pitts offie- luted and burial was in Spo- kane Memorial cemetery. Survivors .are his wife, Cleora Moorman, at the tmme here; three daughters, Mrs. Anc.abell McLean, in Spokane, Mrs. Virginia Moore, Brook- ings, Ore., and Mrs. Dorothy Anderson, Seattle; one son,, James M. Moorman, Sea!ttle; 13 grandchildren; 12 great wand- children, and one sister, Mrs. Kenyon thrman, Columbia, Me. Mr. Moavmm was born in Platsburg, Me., June 11, 1874. He came to Washington in ] 900 and homesteaded in Ada,ms County in 1901, where he farmed until coming to Che- ney m 1940 He was high school custodi. an until retiremen.t some years ago, a member of the Cheey Methodist church, and F awd A M 145 in. Lind. He had re. ceved his 50 year membership award in the Lind Masonic lodge in 1958. He and Mrs. Moorman cele- brated their 50th anniversary at the Cheney hone in 1963 with an .open house reception. Participating in the funeral MedicalLake Class Of'65 Is Graduated Cammeneeme.rt ceremonies for the class >f 1965 of Medi- cal Lake High SChool were held Thursday eveg at 8 p. m. in the Medical Lake High Seh, oal gymnasium. : The satutatcian address was given by Beyeri$ Harmon. The valedietria dress was given by Diane Young, Student speakers selected by the class were Caa'l Liggirts, elas wesi- dent; Kathy Serpinas arrd Bill Stimson. Dr. Phip D. Grub of the George Washington Uni- versity, W,ashingtan, D. C., spoke on the program also. Donald Kyle, : school counselor, presented sctmlar- ships. Oscar Muir of the Medical Lake Sch Bomxi pre- sented the diploma. The grad uat2r  [ eldors: Kathleen Adams, i-..,,.+ Bell, Richard Burlingaite, Shirley Burns, Elizabeth ]arton, Ed- ward Cambridge, ii ylvia Col- lier, Elizabeth Col k, Sa, ndra Cetton, Irven Cou r, William Crosn,n, AI'lan IJ mt0, Na.m cy East, James En , Clot, ence Eans, El W ida Even- son, Michael Forr Christine Gieb, Murlyn Gray,: alg Grub, Brenda Handy. " Jean Handy BeVerly Hay- Wilson Insurance Fireman Calls For Help Agency Purchased ST,NG CAUSES BAD REACTION By Spokane Man Ivan Clemens of Spokane has purchased the Vic Wilson Insurance Agency and asm- ed man:agement of the this week. Wilson will continue to run the real estate part of the bus- itess and will operate out of the same office. Clem=s has been an adjust- er with SAFECO Insurance for two years. He holds a degree in police science and administrathon Plentiful Seating For CHS Graduation Invitations are not re- quired for the Cheney High School commencement exer. cises this evening (Friday) at 8 at the Eastern Washington State College Field House. In previous years admit- tance was by invitation only when graduation was held at the high school auditorium. Plenty of seats will be avail- able at the Field House, how. fam Wasngton State Univer- ever, and townspeople and sity at Pullman and was far- friends are welcome, school merly in .taw enforcement work officials said this week. in Stevens County. := Multiple Line Offered Clemons said .he will ]ndle First Place a multiple ine of insraace, including casulty, property, ve-Award Goes hicle amd urety and life. The tmsiess will continue to ] known as the Vie w,,,,t'r_ .,. [ Agency, ,he said. The office is located at 414% First St. The kmthwest Spokane Soil He and ,his wife Marfi.yn and rvation District ha been the'. six chiktre will move roamed the state's outs0an "ding to Cheney as soon as tbey can di:stict in The Goodyear Tire locate hr_ing. Mrs. Clemaens & Rtbber Company's armu is a Spokarte school teacher. Soil Cortservation Awards lr0- Mrs. Wilson, who has been gram. the agency snee her A committee af state aTieu'l. httsband became ll some time rural and eortservaton autori. back, said "Vic and I sincerely ties made the selection after appreciate the wnderful Ray Steiner, a volunteer Cheney fireman, was given emergency treatment W. nesday afternoon after suf- fering a reaction to a bee sting. 5teiner called the fire sta- tion after the bee stung hm at 5:20 p. m. at First anaA St. He first tried to call' his wife for eid but when he WaS unable to reach her he im- mediately called the fire station. He was alone et the time. He was given oxygen at the scene and a doctor was called to give him a sh6t. He was having trouble breathing and fainted sever- al times while being treated. Steiner has history of al- lergy to bee sties and he knew he was in trouble as soon as he was stung. He was at the Spokane County gar- age when he was stung. Fire Chief Cecil Chartton said Steiner's prompt decis. men to call the fire station for help was a good exam- pie for othbrs to follow. "This shows that our fire- men do as they preach have sense enough to call for help," Charlton said. Steiner was not hospital. ized and he was reported to be in excellent condition services was Lodge of Lind. Richard Irey, Ronald Jones, e, m -- Janis Key, Charl Knotts, IsRnRlll InfP.ll Steve Lachenmyer, earl Lig- ........ '''"='" " gins, Linda Lee Mc, Lin- taL,.J..hJ f...J.... [da M auldin, Toby Mayfield, JtllUUlU 3UllUdy Robert A. Mao, viki Menden- I haU, Amn Meserve, Shellie m r / Mills. For Colle ,ans ])avid Munsey h:l Mur- g  . I ray, Terrie Musser, John Nlc- "The Collegians," Eastern [cells, Doug Olad, Fred X,ashington State Cllege Perkins, Sandra Raggio, Susan pops" singing group, which bin, Kathleen Serllms, Mi- ha " a x "s been snv]ted to appear at chael Shangle, Ev mane u , the New York World's tir, James Simpson,  Sin- " Wfl will h>Id a .benefit cert ton, Jacqueline __prho_., " - Sunday evenirg at 8:15 p. m. liam Stp,ton, Na T o'ver, in Showalter Autorim on Krr Tonkin,  Wertz, the EWSC mpus in Cheney. Judy WMt, SmSrrlon, Di- Dr,  Manse, IWC a- me Young. sociate professor of muc ml director of the Calle there will be no aflmimio charge for the concert tt at a donation wfl,1 be taken at the ctose of the program. Ftmds collected are to help pay trav. elin and living expenses of the 16member group. The Arme Caruthe Trio will ppear with the Colleg. ians Sunday. In addition to the twice daily programs Aug. 24, 25 and 26 at the World's Fair, the group will sing in Washington, D. C. Aug. 27. The appearance in the capi- tal, arranged by U. S. Senator Warren G Magnuso (D), will he in the Old Senate Office Buitding at non. Repubficans Rap Foley's Wheat Vote The Repu,bUcan Congression. al Committee charged that Rep. Ttmmas S. Foley's vote to con- tinue the sales of taxpayer-sub- sidized wheat to Dictators Nas- ser of Egypt and Sukarno of Indonesia "goes against the: grain of Americans every- ; here. The committee roted the Masonic mon, ack Hein, May Henn- ing, Diana Hill, LyM Hodgson, !friends we have made tbaugh the years in Cheney. We hpe that lhe Congressman voted on Mrs. Edwin N. (Dorothy) May 26 against an amendment Reed, who has ,been secretary to the ,a,gricture approprh, to Col Floyd R. Creasma, tions bill which would have[92nd Combat Support Group curbed saes of wheat and otfl- I commander at Fairchild AFB, er surplus farm co mmodities[leR Sun, do% May 30, for her under Public Law 480 to tlmse[l w pont in Germany, with two nations "Bo-- "" " s __ __ ]U. S. Army Headquarters. .m l'.as er arm uxarno I Mrs Reed, with her late hus have consistently insu,lted the iban d "Lt Col FAwin Reed, United States and mobs in came from Rump, Bngland in those nations have continuaRy 1944 to ;rehikl. They bought desecrated U. S. property and dtacked U. S. personnel," the GOP group said. "larlier this 3'ear, Nasser told the Urted States to, in effect, 'go jump in the lake', and Sukarno has told us to take our aid and 'fro to hell.' "Yet, Congressman Foley east :his vote in the House of Representatives to continue American aid and assistance to these nations. We believe the Congressman's action goes affins the grain of Americas everywhere." ISHOP AT HOME? A,rmther ClInl,ber of Con- merce sponsored Gheney Shop- per, which promotes Cheney stores on a "shop at tmme" basi& is currently being dis- tributed by Cheney merchant. The "shop ,at home" Ceney S'aoppr is printed at The Dav- evport Times. FIREMEN LOSING RACE TO FIRES; CHIEF MAKES PLEA Fire Chief Cecil Charlton asked this week that resideoAs give fremen a fair chance to :fight fires by staying away :from fire scenes. I "We'd like people to stop chasing fire trucks nd give the firemen a chance to get to the fire first," .he saki. "People crowd in around film fire where we can't move a piece of equip- ment in. Sometimes the fre scene is lS0 crowded we can't get the equipmeqt to it, and it makes our job awfully diffi- cult," he said. He said that if people insist on racing to fire scenes, he would ,like to .have them give firemen a 10 minute head start so they can go about their job. Chx],ton added (me more comment ,.that may prove to dscaurage .fire watchers: Tick- ets will be issued to thse who interefer with the firemen. Mrs. Dorothy Reed Leaves For Germany[ a home in Cheney where they have resided since 1954 She will }oin her son, Maj. E4win Reed Jr., ad fazaily in Heidel- burg, Germany for a visit and tour of Spain and France be- fore taking up her new duties. She is a past matron of East- ern Star and served as secre- tary or five yes of Martha chapter; member of Tilicum club and the Epeapal church. At the base he took part ha the secretary's associatian and a rock ,hound dub with her late ,husb.nd. to continue ou fine relation- ship wth them in the yeus to come." Hagelin Honored At ROTC Event ])r. Richard H. Hagelin, East. ern Washiagtma State College professor of health and lahysi- col  and. a  city , was by the   Offic- ers Training Carp last Friday t the mmmal ROTC AChieve- merit Day. Dr. I-hgelin was presanted a fie clip by Lt. Col. Bdga It. Fenstenmeher, EWSC ROTC comnmndi arriver, fr his services to he corps of cadets irreludia serving as a rift( nmtch judge. Fmrr Cheney students, al menbers d the EWSC ROTC, also won awards. Cadet Lt. Col. Michael E. Maer, son of Dr. and Mrs. Glenn E. MMer, E20 (;lover Cur, received a gold medal for superior service by a fourth year military student. Cadet Opl. Jmes E. Wiess Jr., ws awarded the superior ser- vice .first year bronze medal. He is the son of M/Sgt. and Mrs. James E Wiess Sr. Cdet Opl. Erick W. Heintz, son of Mr. ad Mrs. Richard Heintz, 23 Fifth St., was aard. ed a med,l s top marksman. T,hree rear--hip medal were furihed by the Che,ney American Legion Post No. 72. Frank E. Ham, a ca,et ser- geat major, wan a sweater, his ,second award as a mem- ber of the EWSC ROTC rifle team. He was team captain and is he son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Lucas, 7th and Mary. Collision Claims S.flle Couple A Seattle couple lost their lives in a carAmck collision an I-Ii, ghwy 10 outide the city [limits last Friday moaning. onatd G. Mattock, 58, died instantly in the crash and kis wife, Mrs. Victoria Matlck, 54, died Tuesday night in a Spokane ,hospital Mtlock s car cAlided with a truck diven by Quincy E. Mor- gan of Spokane. He escaped with miner inj twies. Gmveside services are scheduled this morv2ng at Par- est Cemetery, Coeur d'Alene, with Jerue Funeral Ime in charge. Cheney Residents . Earn WSU Degrees Three Cheney residents were Piscatorial Flop awarded degrees 1,ast Sunday Sam ICAng Jr., Butte, Mont., at the 69th annual Wasltingto visited his parents, Mr. and State University commence- Mrs. Sam R. King, over the men in . Memorial Day weekend. He l They were Judith M. C,v- and a (x)mpanio tried, th_e!rlious, Ba(ekr of Arts in Soci- .luck fishing SaiztaY Rnd .n-[ o lo,gy; Donneff. F. Ba, k , day ,,t Kin'S oi0fltal SKills [ BCIO OI cmnee an, mo- ha(t not'improved, any and he [ c hemist,d s PaUnHeg, was skunked both days. I aster at A , m cs. reviewing a'ceomptishmens of Thursday afternoon. the various participating die-[  triers. John Babb, Cheney, selected[ a;s the outstanding farmer-oo- 13 Area :Students operator in the district, and Arthur Halverson, Es,nola, a Are Candidal00 member of the district s gov- erning board, will be guests of the rubber .company 'in Decem- FOR EW$C Degrees oer on a four-day visit to Goodyear Farms, located near P.oenix, Ariz. The two men, Thirteen heney area sen- aion(g with 102 others repre- iota at lstern Washington senting top districts thxgh- State Oolege are cardidates ou vne .cou'ntry, WIU obsevve oraegrees to be awarded next conservatzan practices on the Friday evenhag at commence- 14,000 acre, desert farm. ment exexeiseg. Godyears Soil Cmerva- U.S. Sen. Warren G. ,Mag- tion Award , one of  will be the featured the ot f il'  in te er &a aie in be WSC Memorial Pielhuse orld,  osted 1,500 farm- ers froen every state and Puer- to Rico, vdth the exception of A]sl0a, since its begng in 1947. With the additiom of A21aslm to the 1965 prepare, all 50 states are now i,nclded iz SCAP. The Lewis Cotmty Soft COn- servon District vtas awarded second phee in the Goodyear conservation pogram, with at 8 p. m. Thomas F. Meagher, Spokane, a member of the clege board of trustees, wj award file diplomo. olin A. Morr, 22 I St., is a candidate  a master f edu- cation degree with a majar in literattme. CanRdates for bahelm-of arts in eduea degrees i. clude Fwence J. Graves, 24 Yfth; Joyee A. Neiso 740 James M. FAlls(m, Randle, Clover Com; Caro A. Nie named the outstanding farmer. 105 N. Sixth; Na-'y L. Park- cooperator. }hill, 5920 W. HUett Road, ll An activity of the lcal dis. [ of Cheney, and P .rmmis E. Rice trict which was a contributing lZr., and Ml"y B. Wyboney, factor to their seleetien inelud, both of Medical Lake. ed organimtion of the stae's I Bamhek)x f arts degree can- first k)eal hdies auxiliary, didates axe Kenneth J. Harris, Other activities included 4 Faculty Housirg; Roahi N. sonsorship of Soil and Water Kohaug, Pamte 1; Michael E. Conservation speech centests, Soil Stewardship vrk in the churches, ,Ixmrs, demonstra- ti, ons and paicipatien in dis. trict anal state af.irs. The Southwest Spokane Dis- trice was 'framed second lhce winner of the contest last year. Retired Pastor Speaks At Rotary The Rev. Charles A. Dittmar, fourier pastor of the Cheney United Church of Christ, was a guest at the Cheney-Mecal Duke Rotary club meeting last week. Mr. Ditmar, charter member of the dub, spoke on his rec- ent extensive travels with Mrs. Diemay since they left Ceney last August. He told of traveling several months in Mexico, ,as far as Merida an the Yucutan sub, the center of the ancient Mayan culture, where they saw nawy ruins f structures built beware the Spanish ivasian. He also told of visiting New Ergl, a,nd, New Yrk, Annapo. lie, where their 'sen Chortles is a midshipman, the midwest and Texas. While visiting the hrse-rais- mg country around Lexington, Ky., anti the col mining area in the eastern part of the state he was inapressed by the con- trust of wealth and poverty of two aas so close together. Since leaving here the Ditt- mars have traveled about 20,000 miles. They pan nw to make their 'home in Eugene, Ore. Bull Session Twin K P0aneh, ey, has reported the sale of one regis- tered hm'ned Hereford bull Ix) R. F. Raugust, Davemort. Maier, 720 Cler Cart; Sar- on L. Tmter, Route I; Do E. Fishex, Medil Lake, nd Doughs D. Mrgan, P'I. Knshaug, Maier and Morgan will akso receive com as Army see(rod lieuta through the EWSC Reserve Of- fleers Trotting Corps m. Charles Chatbum Elected Head Of Off-Campus Students Cheney sophomore Ctri R. Chatbun a been electe(l pesident of Eastern W. ton State Colege ofamlm and eo,uter students f 1965-66. Tim son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Chatlmrn, 211 K Street, he is a 1963 graduate of Oheney High Sctmol, av_d i majoring in pre-law at EWSC. MiChael M. McA.tee, 27 N. 5th, was named a repsenta- tire to the EWSC Associated Student Council. He  major- ing in jourvalism and is a jun- ior at EWSC. Little League Dinner Said Very Successful The 10,ncake and sausage dirmer ,held at the CAty Ha May 27 oa" the benefit of the Cheney Little League was very successl. The committee in charge of the fund r gram wishes to extend a vote of appreciation for  out- sa,ndiag eammtmity suplo. A soecial commendation is ex- tenfled to thgse young me- hem af the  teems who did so mach to Imp. The   from the drar,  co from private m,ces,  go a long way  dmraying the co of the  Little e program.