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Pae 2 Cheney Free Press Friday, June 11, 1965 &apos;Thp CHENEY FREE PRESS ESTABLISHED 1896 PUBLISHED AT 412 FIRST ST., CHENEY, WASH. Ettered at the Post Office at Cheney, Washington, as Second Class Mater under the Act of March 5, 1897. Issued every NATIONAL EDITORIAL Friday morning at Cheney, Washington. :)J SCSTI,N Spokane County Subscriptions ................................ $4.50 per year mhlL All Other Subscriptions ........................................ $5.00 per year G. T. FROST .................................. PUBLISHER JACK PIERCE .................................... EDITOR STEVE POWELL, ADVERTISING MANAGER 10 Years Ago June 10, 1955 "Custer's Luck," a book on General Custer writtcn by Dr. Edgar I. Stewart, Eastern Washington College histrian, is now on sale at the college bookstore arid in Spokane bok- stores. A business that started in 1951 ,as a part time job for one ,person a'nd h, as grown to a full' time job far two persons is the. mink farm owned and operat- ed by Mr. and Mrs. Jack ood- lnan on ,their 20 acres, one4m,l mile west of Marshall. New ofricers of the Cheney Lions club are Reutben Asp- lund, president; William Sib- tey, vice president; Roy Fuss, secrery-treasurer, Nowal Holmes, tai,ltwter; H)vard RAH RAH RAH RAH RAH RAH RAH RAH RAH RALLIES ! MEAN ROLLIES RESORT EVERYONE KNOWS ABOUT IT BADGER LAKE CALL FOR BIDS Eastern Washington State College Separate sealed bid propos- als are available for education- al equipmert and/or supplies by Eastern Washixtgton State College in the office of the Di- rector of Purchasing, Room 121. Showalter Hall. Proposal forms may be ob- tained at the above office. T. T. Wall Poos, lic, n tamer; E. J. Porter and Harvey Ashurn, directors. Members of the 1935 class of Cheney high school making ar- rangements for a reunion are Mr. and Mrs. Spence, Nell Ann (Pierson) Iddings, Hoyden Lake; Winnired (Killin) Rus- sell, Spokane; Winnifred (Hub- bard) Wilson, Slkane; Ger- adine (Riddae) Young, Spo- kane; KatbAeen (Ryan) Sam- errs, C, heney; Helen (Haas:) Far- is, Cheney, and Kermit Rudolf, Cheney. 20 Years Ago June 8, 1945 First word received for some time from 'Pot. J o ,hq (,Bud) Harris was that dated from Germany .on May 11, when he wrote to Mr. and Mrs. J. M. tIarris of Amber. The soldier said: "Dear Dad, we did it again! Now am sittang ,around to see what we do next." Pvt. ames H. Serogie ar- rived home from Aadllo, Texas, Sturday on a furlouh to visit his larents, Mr. and Mrs. James O. Serogie and family of Amber. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Holnes b!ave received word that their son, Pot. MiHard C. Holmes, sewing ,in the Philippines, was wunded on May 8. Mfllard at- tended junior and senior ,high hoots of Cheney, ,graduating in 1944. A deal of intexest to sports. men anti campers over a wide area was completed early this week by which Frank Bunker, veteaan proprietor of Bunk- er's Indirg on Wi'larns t*ake, 14 miles souh of Cmamy, ac- e.uired from Otto the former Weisrnan resort an the opposite emd ,of the same lake. Included are a store, cabins ad boats. At a meetirg of the (heney council Tuesdty evenirg the resigrmtion of H. B. Ashwvrth, cbie of police, taking effe at once, was accepd 'by the beard. Mr. Ashorth resigned beause of ill 'hea!th ater 15 years service. 60 Yea rs Ago June 9, 1905 The farmers on lal.loy tairie la've a telephone sys- tem c)nnecting them with Medical Lake. It will soon be exte:rded to Cheney. W. C. reene, Who arrived from Minnesota a few weeks ago, will esta.blish ,hmsef in the real estate business in this city and will oon open an of- flee. Mrs. F. Reutetr of Avoca, Wis., mother of F. W. Router, Director of Purchaslmg. arrived in the city Monday for (July 1, 1964-July 1, 1965) a ew weeks visit. [ s. L. C. Van Patten te- l turned hme ,tay frown -1 - w Waitla, where she attend--.. led the, State Fedeatio, n of I W, omens Clubs as a delegate ..... ] from the Domeic Science O. B. Electric I clu'b of this City. PERSONALIZED SERVICE I- -- t Wiring [ Itt kW  It .i;t," sHp :;tan eMtc. P270F; ..... Z C|ty Dry Cleaners :::cll n ' t TTiu'ri's ::::: ' s C.Caumr'. PRESSING strength rests upon the brains ......... S land ingenuity of our seientis ALTERATION ]arid in,renters. Our Constitu- LAUNDRY SERVICE [tion ard the paten, laws am to 322 FIRST 235-4732 ]give them rights in their inven- ' [tions and to encua'age thorn to 1 our out new laboT-saving de- vices. ELECTRIC SERVICE You may have good, useful AT ITS BEST ideas, but never do much a,beut Phone 235-4410 them. You can pate,rt your new and useful process, machine, EDGETT BROS. aticle of manufacture ,r com- position: of matter, or an im- provement in a.n one of them, provided your idea is new and Conservation News CHENEY @6 i By Clarence A. Kelley SCS Tech,tician Bert Jahn, Soil Conservation Service biologist, spear tw days last week in the South- west Spokane Soil & W,ter C,onservaton Dtrict. Ja,n's prpose was to provide wild- life and recreati'ona] plaxmin as.sistance to land owners and o,peators of the district. Jahn reviewed the slalTow wildlife pond constructed last year by tIarry K,onshuk, Span- gle. The pond was designed primarily as ,an attraction to ducks and geese, but also pheasant. It is of a circular na- ture approximatety 160 feet in diameter. It ts spring fed. How- ever, the water flow is not large. The pond is seven feet deep at o,ne end arid the remainder is of shall, maz depth---,two and three feet. In the center is an istand lotruding three feet ,above the water. in talkang with Korhuk, Jahn stated Kentucky blue.vass wotttd serve we41 .as a cover i the island. It is a sod former land makes dense growth. Per duck nesting cover, John indicated haaxt fescue and Sherman big ,buegrass wod be very effective. Wain seeded in fields aotm,d the pond will provide adequare and desire- able feed. No brush cover is needed for dlucks and ,geese but lussian Olive and Cara,g- ara were recommended for use by pheasants.. Even thou, gh the pond has an area seven feet deep, J)ahn felt it was :Rmited with regards to fish poductin. The slhal- lcnv water area w)uld create high water temperatures and the oxygen sU.pl17 wuld p,rob- ably be lima, ted far trout. Other farm operators con- t:acted included $ohn McGour- in, Oscar Reitmeier, Grub tvs., George Brber, C,hale Mill,e, and Smitty's camp .ounds. device o larocess. If your appl- ,eatio,n is not ,on fiIe within one year, you forfei your right to a patevt. You may not know lew to protect your ,rhts while, per- fectg ad ptenting such items. Under )ur pateat laws, the diligent i, nvertov Wire first conceives a new invention is entitled to a ,latent on it. Be- tween rival inventors, the pat- ent office and e couts try. to find out "hieh can qtalify as the f, irst inventor of the su ject matter, not who first sou'ht the patent. Of ,course, you sh'o,u{d apply fr a ptent as soon as you can, but protect you'rself while you make your 4raw[rigs, plans, and such tests s you need to per- fect your invention. Dated writ- ten descriptions and sketches s louSd be made as tle de,velvp- ment progresses. Have two pe- sons, whnn you can carl on as witnesses, note the dates and acknowledge in writing over their signatttres that the. have mad and understand the State- m'ents ,and drawings. Retain the witnesses description and drawings in a sae place. h.en, if a coest hould arise, the descriptkon, d,rawings, and wit- nesses will constitute evidence of your claim. Patent applications are com- plicated and must cmply with detailed a-ule. Fr your own protect[an, you should cormult a patent attovne7 to be sure the proper steps have been aken. While there is probably no great credence to be attached to it, it is understood that there is some sentiment in Washington prevailing to pres- sure the Generalissimo of the War on Poverty to have his name changed legally. !:- As is well  known, the head of the i!iii::i:: ! War on Pov- erty is Sar-[00i00 gent Shriver,  and it is his i first name that confuses  . people, as the   question arises, "How C.w. Harder can a sergeant run a war? Rep. J. Arthur Younger of California recently pointed out that the Sargent has under his coznmand in the Washing- ton office o the bureau alone some 40 assistants who receive more than $18,000 a year. Cong- ressman It. IR. Gross and oth- ers have at various times pointed out that in setting up local branches of the bureau to prosecute the War on Poverty, the first thing done in any given city is to appoint an ad- ministrator at a salary of be- tween $24,000 and $25,000 a year, with several assistants paid from $18,000 to $22,000. To some it does not seem fitting that all of these high priced staff officers should be headed by anyone who can be called Sargent. After all, a salary of $18,000 a year is somewhat less than that paid to a 4-star general or admiral, and is about 50% more than the base pay of the Marine Corps General who took the forces into Vietnam. one of relativity. The base pay for a chief of staff is only about $24,000 a year. But it can pretty well be taken as gospel fact that a chief of staff of the other services that conduct war is not letting any- body call him sargent. Therefore it has been sug- gested that the head of this war should have a name more befitting the rank. Obviously, even a 5-star general or ad- miral in the other forces is not aid sufficiently enough above the huge staff under Shriver, and it would perhaps seem a bit peculiar if he changed his name legally from Sargent to Admiral or General. Therefore the only sugges- tion that seems to have merit is that although the Americans have never gone to war with a commander carrying a title of Field Marshal, which is quite commou in Europe, it would be most fitting if he changed his name to Marshall. This would probably put the War on Poverty in a status somewhat comparable to the amount of money being spent on the effort, as in the public mind there would be no more confusion that this war is be- ing directed by a sergeant, but rather by a marshall, and thus the public would probably feel much better about it In the meantime the nation's independent businessmen seem to be waging their own war on Poverty, as according to sur- veys being conducted by the National Federation of Inde- pendent Business since last year almost one-third of them have expanded their opera tlons, and produced over 3.5 Paradise Prairie Marshall News By Lana Evans 4-H MEETING HELD At the last meeting of the Prairie Prancers 4-H Horse Club, held at the borne of Jan- ice Arnold, the horse show was 6.iscused. It was very succes,s- fuJ, and the extra ribbon,s will be used for games. A trail ride is planned in June and a pic- nic .at the lake the end of July. Janiee Arnold gave a demon- straofn on "Tharouhbreds and Quarter Horses," and Vir- gin, in Bonn, amese gave a dem- onstration on "Evolution of the H,orse." Mrs. Arn'od served re- freshments. The next meeting will be a jo,int meeting with an- other club Juqy 6 at the h:ame of Sharon Co,ekburn. CHURCH NEWS Women of the church met June 1 at the Marshall Com- munity Church. The quilt was put on a frame and quilting has bgun. The quilt will be sold t9 he.lp sponsor a child in the Orient. A wo,rk day was held at the chure,h at 11 a. m. Thursday, and a potluck din- ner was served. ADVENTURERS TRAVEL Ray Everson reports that his son Ken aaad Wes Orlob of (;honey were in Spain at the last report and are now on their way to Gea, rrmny. They had stayed severval days on .the Span+h Piviera, and lad worked at a resoa-t to help with their expenses. Their hRch- hiking ,has been so successful tbey tave given up the idea of buying bicycles. In six days, for example, they traveled 1,200 mLtes. The boys will be , * , million new jobs without eos back in South Hampton by Thus the probem becomes hag taxpayers one cent. June 27 for their return trip, "i'l' Nstlonsl Federation of Indelendat nttn,,, and ho-ep to . travel throu, gh ......... [ Can:aria .on their way hme af- ,  ter landing m New York E,, I ,I.  [rec0verin, nicely at St. Lukes] ': " ' " ruul Ldt w tH.o.spital. , [ ---- ...... I Mrs. Hattie an Camp, for- i GRANGE NEWS ay mrs :,aney Larson liner res'ident of Four Lakes, [ Four Corners Grange met BIBLE SCHOOL as operated on Monday at IWednesday, June 9. The Gzrls Last Wednesday Mrs. Ted Dco: nes hospital. .... ]Club met Wednesday after- Radon, Mrs. Jack Hartford, t.alle's on virs. ra lxrK-lnoon, June 2. at Rein,lolt's to Mrs. James Iiarmon and Mrs. patrick the past week were]rook e Hawaii,an lois for tte Sidney Larson met with Mrs. Nir. and Mrs. Roy Lamis and tFather, s Day program. a the daughter Marllyn, Hazel Pew Bert Spear t her home in " Para4ise Grange met June ell and Pete Robeck. On Sun- l day Mr. :and Mrs. Everett Kirk- [ patrick and Janet, Spokane, [at Coeur d'Al'ene Sunday held and Mr. and Mrs. F. Watson]by former Japanese prisoners and Mrs. Paul Peterson of Four ] ( war. Lakes called. [ Mr. and Mrs. Ben Shultz and . Gale and Laurie Wilcox and;family were Sunday evening Cindy, Byron and Steven Mii- dirmer .guests of Mr. and Mrs. Valley and concluded pl, ans for vacati, on bible school. Registration was last Sun- day but those who have not re, gistered may do so by see- ing Mrs. Jack Hartford or Mrs. Bert Spear. Dates for the scttool are June 14 throu,gh June 18. RECEPTION IIE LD Attendifi-ghe golden wed- ding ann,iversary reception f Mr. ,and Mrs. lilo BaR were Dr. and Mr,rs. Mller and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Ha[dry, Mr. a,rd Mrs Robert Reitmeie, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pende.ll, Mr. a'nd Mrs. Ben Shu,ttz, Mr. and Mrs. John Beeker, Mrs. Frieda Owen and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Larson. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Atkins and daughters attended a pic- nic off Western Union employ- es at Man'[to park" Mon, day eve- ning. Busy Fingers 4-H club will meet Tuesday at 7:30 with Ben Beck. Sam Van Camp underwent major surgery 1,ast Thursday for a ruptured somaeh ulcer. lrs. Van Camp re p<n he is FOR PROMPT SERVICE Cheney Free Press ler, pupils of Mrs. Mark Rad- cliffe, were in a laiaam recital Sunday in Cheney. Dr. and Mrs. Mller, Mr..and Mrs. Lee Wilcox and Mrs. Bert Spear attended. Paul Wi$cox spent Sualay night with s grandparents. On Monday Mr. and Mrs. Spear, Mrs. Ethel Howell and Paul t.ok a trip through Chewelah, CIvil, le and Kettle Falls, re- turnirg home on the Lake R,oosevelt route. Last Tuesday Mrs. Sidney I,arson joined a groUp o Presbyterian women in S]m. kane who we to Clarkston fvr the quarterly Presbyterian meeting. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Larsn, Michael and Leigh Anna, Med- ford, Ore., have arrived fr a Wait with the Larsons. I_arry returned to Medford Sunday and the vest o,f the family stayed for a lnger visit. Saturday .night the Gerald Larsons joined them and all enjoyed a picnic S,Ulper with tiae Darrell Larsons in S:)o kane. Larry Ray Larsou,, Op- portunity, is a,lso visiting at the Larsons. Fred Gffing has recovered nicely from surgery and is feelirg fine. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ar- rington are leaving Friday for! Sacramento, Calif., where th,ey will make their home. Mr.. and Mrs. Russell Mace erntertaned with a,n open house Friday evening after graduation in honr of their son, Russell Jr. Eiglty friends and neighbors attended. Mr. and Mrs. Orville D ,hip- son, Mr. and Mrs. Ted M6Mil- lan and Mr. and Mrs. Ru.ssell Mace chaperoned the senio class picn'ic ,at Newman Lake. Those from Four Lakes area graduating last Friday were Carol MeMilan, Darrell I-hil- lipson, Dale and Lynn, Grub, Russell Mace Jr. and Sharon Pence. Darrell Ppson va)n the citizenship ,aard ,given by the Cheney Lions Club at gradua- tion. Mr. arid Mrs. Russell Mace and family attended the picnic Ratph John, son on Moran Prairie. .Dale SlmRz, Fort Lewis, spent the weekend at home. Mr. ,and Mrs. Leroy Dbson have m(ved into Mrs. Ethel Howetl's house. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Mathews and fanily are again living at Fur Lakes. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eggetts and family have prchased the Rudoulg Veotrou,bek residence. John Street is at home agter a stay in the Cheney Nursing Home. You can find it tn the classifieds. 4. Everyone is and support the A s.peaial ,vam ws put on ers. bana Evan,,s represent Paradise est of the Fair. mentioned the stopping at Jim Delzer has membership. card party June Everyone is Mrs. Muriel Mary Pra,skey of Grange judged test held in G rarge Hal,1 last NEWS IN BRIEF Mr. and Mrs. enmiller tion exercises at bia Academy, i s.,n Jim marched. n*ow for summe .fter the millers Mrs. Bolton o,f their home. Albert C0n.nell Evans fished at Sunday. The Dallas to Coulee City end. Mrs. J. H. is a house I,'ischers th, is Fischers and Imr neyed to the and Blaneh,ard, day guests were bards and the of Spokane. Guests f the Sunday were the Klaverns of Mr. and Mrs. er attended the their daughter, evening at he New are the Wi.Lbur Welcome ! Lana happy to take tion. Please The Floyd the weekend eille River. The Joe Steve, has been measles this For Bul And A COl C SH West 506 S S John J. R! FA ANA-26498 NOTICE on outside burn" Open fires will be ned in the City of after July 1. All outside burning (in will require a permit from the ney Fire Dept. Permits may be from the Cheney City Hall, Ru ! No. 3, Cheney Motor Co., or Growers. For further 235-6211. The Water Does i - ; inven,tive. Eeeti-00 However, your patent appli- (This clumn is writte to That makes Cheney's 25 cent-do-it-yourself =" __. "'"J cation must be completed and inform, not advise. Facts may rDl)n [filed in the United States Pa- change the appllieation of the - - . ] ent Office within one year after ]aw.) Car-Wash SO GREAT! [the first publication or the ...... f'irst public use or sale of your,t a ,%aalllfi,?s dvertislrg does a great job d