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Pa2e 2 Cheney Free Press Friday, July 2, 1965 CHENEY FREE PRESS ESTABLISHED 1896 PUBLISHED AT 412 FIRST ST., CHENEY, WASH. Etered at the Post Office at Chenoy, Washington, as Second Class Maeter under the Act of March 5, 1897. Issued every Friday morning at Cheney, Washington. Spokane County Subscriptions ................................ $4.50 per year All Other Subscriptions ........................................ $5.00 per year G. T. FROST .................................. PUBLISHER NATIONAL EDITORIAL 10 Years Ago Erlirg M. Rodseth, 39, Seat- tie, was killed just before noon Friday, June 24, when his 1955 model car missed a curve and crashed into a large tree five miles southwest of Cheney. As Rodseth started to pass a truck he was faced with an oncoming car .and apparently took the ditch to avoid a collision. His car crashed through a fence and cRmbed part way u&apos;p the tree The front part off the car was ja, mmed imo the back seat. First on the list to enjoy a 10-day vacation from the Free Press is your s0eial reporter, Mrs. A. B. Cutting, Who is leav- ing Stmday morning with Mr. Cutting for Soap Lake. Bob Tubbs, proprietor of the Cheney Newsstand, may have set ,some sort of a record this week when :he air mailed his advertising copy from Missou- ta, ort. A consistent adver- tiser in The Free Press, Tubbs may lay claim to other records also. Since his stay here for 20 Years Ago Announeement was made yesterday that the Federated store in Cheney would close Saturday and remain closed or several d,ays .of inventory incident to the change of own- ership L. E. Tilpets of Chilli- cothe, I,ll., manager of a J. C. Penny store for 18 years, is Lhe new owner ad wifl arrive with his wife July 1. h.es' ha-e purchased the store and the Tampers residence at 624 8th street Preparations are well in hand for Cheney's recreation program to start next Monday, it was learned from William Pond, supervisor of this cova- mmtywide project. W. W. Pierson, who is visit- i'ng ,his boyhood home near Burlington, Ken., was a partic- ipant at the homecoming re- celtion of Gen. Dwight Eisen- hower at Abilene, Kan., on June 22 in company with his brother, E. Pierson, who is national -ice commander of the several years, his store has American Legion. W. W. Pier- been open for business e,verYson is ag. teacher at Cheney day .of the year, including hig,h school Clristmas and New Year's d, ay. Ttms far EWC summer school enroll, ment totMs 232 Dr. Dana Iarter was elected president ,o the Chancy Com- munity Cormert ass,oei'ation at a meeting of board members June 22 at the tmme of Mr. and Mrs. WithaTn Lloyd R'owles. Mrs. Not, an Brown and Mrs. Lloyd Hoday attended the Daughters of the Nile lnac,heon meet'rag at tim ,Spokane Mason- ic temple J June 24. Thee pro- ,gram included a book renew I 'by Mrs. Derby Smith of Spo- kane. I Me. and Mrs. F. H Morgan ,and daughter ihljm enter- students, Registrar G. W. Wal- !lace stated this week, adding that if as many coJme for the second term as came last year the total wLll be 267 for the summer. Enrol}ment last year (1944) was 270. (Enrollment this year as .off June 22 was 2,203.) After sevevM weeks }n which he was reported missing, news of the death <ff Staff Sgt. Har- old D. Holmquis, 27, was re- ceived in Cheney by his par- ents, lr. and Mrs. tt. E. Holm- taed at dinrmr Saturday eve- quist His death o,,vrel ,, mrg for Mr aad Mrs. LeshelApril 8 while on a bowbing Carroll off Spokane. I mission during wich he para- Mr. ,and Mrs. J. W. Cossal-Ichuted from his plane in the man have had as guests their I higlh mourtain coulntrv f ,, son mhw aad dau lfter Mr ..... , , . ,  ., .., imern ltl,y Harold was a he- and Mrs. Dzck Remro an Cri[iney gh school and college dren of Yakima. Mr. Renf o graduate ,ad taught a year at wil,1 be head coach at the Eure- Garfield be,f',ore joining the ka, Oalif., high school next year. Mr..and Mrs. Sam Braaten and son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Kerr, Jean and Margaret are sperding a two week vazation in Canada turtng Banff, Lake L(mise and Waterton Lakes areas. Mrs. Wil!gam Mobs and daughter Roberta spent several days this week in Seattle as guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Tirk and daaghters. CALL FOR BIDS Eastern Washington State College Separate sealed bid propos- als are available for education. at equipmert and/or supplies by Eastern Washington State College in the office af the Di- rector of Purclmsing, Room 21. ShowMter Hall. Proposal forms may be ob- tained at the above office. T. T. Wa. Director of Purchasing. (July 1, 1964-July 1, 1965) Directory O. B. Electric PERSONALIZED SERVICE Wiring Elect. Heat, Motors, Pumps Rt. 1, Spokane CH. @2705 City Dry Cleaners CLEANING PRESSING ALTERATIONS LAUNDRY SERVICE 322 FIRST 235-4732 ELECTRIC SERVICE AT ITS BEST Phone 2354410 EDGETT BROS. Royal Canadian Air Force prior to the U. S. entrance in$o the war. He is also survived by hs wife and small daughter of Placerville, Calif., and two brothers, Robei-t of Seattle and H,oard, with the army in New Guinea. Mr. and Mrs. Millrd Hale had as Sunday dinner guests Mrs. H. I Davis, Mr. and Mrs Ed Franks of O,akesdale and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Spence of Spokane. 50 Yea rs Ago The Cheney Free Press was too busy last week to take note o,f lhe fact that its birthday oc- curred at that time. The oc-I casion was he eaterin,g upon] the 19th year of its ,life. For 181 years the lper ,has been a rag- I uar weelIy visitor in t he homes of most Cheney people. ! At times its appearance has i been at0h.ed rand welcomed, at others with sme i, ndifer- once. But whether one or the other, it has so far outridden ,the storms of adversity, feel- ing glad they were rm wo'se and rejoicing when fair weath- er broke upon it ,a.nl snes beckoned onward. [ The Cheney Ghataqua is this i week setting a record from which time will be marked in Cheney far another year at least. The assembly opened on time last Saturday afternoon, the first meeting drawing a capacity crowd, and practical- ly all the sessions since hav, seen the big tent filled with interested and appreciative listeners. EDITORIAL---Why is it that some people Mways have a hammer out for this town? If other people hammered them as they knock the town their wails could be heard clear to heaven--or hell. It i's always : advisable to get rid of a grouch but it is stK1 more advisable to lose it in the woods instead of sowing it broadcast in the heart of a fine community of energetic and respectable peo- ple Cheek the want odes. each week. Conservation News Soll Co,..s,-,,at,i,, "gl,t-it By Clarence A. Kelley SCS Technician Harry Eonshuk, Spangle, has reported the open drainage ditch installed n his farm last ,ear .h, as been working real good. So good in fact that Soil Conservation Service teeni- clans have staked anot'her 1400 lineal feet which Konshuk plans to construct this year. Kontshuk's problem was on a cropland soil having a real tight clay subsoil within 12-20, inches of the surface. Thel downward water movement I was real slow which created I wet mire slots in the field. By I the time these spots drained I the rest of the field was almost too dry to work Experimentally an open drainage ditch was constructed across the field last year in hopes to pluck up scene hteral water movemenL It worked to the extent that Konshuk was lame to farm the area s@oner I than ever before Konshuk stat- ed the problem isn't complete- ly solved but i,t has been les. sened considerably. The Agriculture Stabilization and Conservration Service, 301 Hutton Bldg., Spokane, will as- sst la,nd, owners and operators financially in, the development i of such projects. The ,basic cost-share rate for' open drain- age this year N 15 cen per r cUbc yard of constriction plus i 3 ,cents per yard for" spo 'bank spreading. Open drainages differ from sod waterways i that the ba- sic objective is to remove sb- surface water. A sod waterway is a pathway for surface run- oef. Ill ,--.. Washln0ton Bar Association QUIRKY BULL A country boys know that I you slmuld stay away from[ bulls. Even though Ferdinandt was gentle, some buffs are l fierce. [ How much information do farmers have to give to peo- ple who ork with their bulls, especially when the. bulls have quirks ? Lavmer Ford wanted to show 'his prize bull at the fair. He 'sked Olarles to groom his broil. Charles knew a lot about shaening horns, currying cots, arid making a bull lok pretty. In aet, he ,lad done this many times .for Farmer Frd 'Farmer Ford tld Charles that a Shw bull differs from most bulls; it is gentle. After the bull was ed Farmer Ford then asked Charles to lead the bull ba'ck to the pen. Alas, no one told Ciarles that this bull hated the gate and the pen. When back in his )en he would often wheel around and butt the gate As: so,n as Charles took ,him back the bull Wheeled on cue aad Charged the gate The bull lso gored Clarles, who sued Pard claiming he should have been warned about the bull's odd habits. ord said, "You can neer trust ,any bull -- show bull or not. Since the bull lind never hurt ,anybody else before, I saw no reason to warn Charles." The court nevertheless ruled for Charles; Ford 'had special knowledge of the bull's d,an gerous habits ami therefore had 'a legal duty t'o warn Charles. Whenever you hire s)meone to work on your place, you have a legN duy to give him a safe place to work ad to warn him .of hidden dangers or "traps." As for (>bvious dan- gers, :he is enpected to look out for himself. LETTERS... TO THE EDITOR U. S. CAPITAL DUBBED "DIST. OF CONFUSION" Dear Editor, Wasbingtn:, Rap. Clyde Hos- mer of California is advising his constitutents, in the lates: of his highly educational bul- letins from the nation's capital, is in the "District .of Confus- ion." As evidence, he cites a! long list of items, of whic:h! the following should be ade- quate to prove his point: "Conlgress has lowered in- come taxes in the name o,f giv- ing Americans more of their own money to spend. It is also raising taxes o,n their incomes in the name of Social Secur- ity. "The country is fighting a war in Vietnam and simultan eously repealing 'wartime' ex- cise taxes because we are not at war. "Our prosperity is the high- est in the nation's history and ue are embarking on a mas- sive anti-poverty campaign. "We face a "ong h, ot sum- me' of discontent and violence on the streets of our cities and a gigantic domast:c 'Peace Corps' is being formed. "The Administration wants to spend $3 bilIion for foreign aid in the name .of fried:ahip while Uncle Sam is badgered by ,over 100 nati'ons at the UN and 'Yankee Go Home' signs are posted on ive continents. "The Pentagon spends $150 billion a year for an Army, Navy and Air Puree and the US Arms Control and Disarma- ment Agency ctamors for total and complete dsarma,ment. LBJ cuts duty-free tourist allwan,ces to save $50 million in gold ,outflow and Governor Pat Brown of California seeks authority to spend almost hal that amount abroad on equip- ment for the State's Feather River Water Project. "In order to maintain a 'sounld dollar' we ,are no long- er minting them. "'Togetherness' and 'I,nter- dependence' with Communist countries is being urged ,at the State DeFartment while Russia expels our diplo,mats and we expel hers." The California Congressman says these examples (of which we have quoted only a few) "may seem coafusing to the average person, and the reas- on it seems corffusing }s be- cause it is." ut Mr. Hummer is no proph- Slaffman Needed flow al Moses Lake Job Corps Center Cohtmbi,a Basin project of- ficials in Elhrata stated today (June 10) that applications are being taken at the project headquarters in Ephrata far 34 staff positions at the recently announ,ced Colu, mbia Basin Job Corps Conservation Center at Lars:on Air Force Base. Vacancies th,at will have to be filled prior to the opening ot the camp sometime in Sep- tember include: deputy direct- or for work programs, deputy director for education, adminis- trative supervis, or, teachers, counselors, instructors, clerks, a n,u,rse ,or medic:a,1 aid, head cook, assistant cooks, work leader technicians, work lead- er foremen, range conserva- tionist and resident youth workers. 35 Stffers Needed When fully staffe, the ulti- mate 200-man conse,rvation center will require an admi.ms- trative force of ap*p.roximately 35 employees. "One point we want to em- ph,asize," Columbia Basin pro- je.ct personnel .officer Ed Arn- old of Ephrata stated today, "is that in spite of the relatively short time availa,ble to secure )ersonned for the camp, we are going to seek the best qual- ified ,staff we can get." Candidates interested in these positions shoald contact the personnel .office at the Bur- e.au of Reclamation headquar- ters in Ephrata. et of doom. He assures us, in fact, th, at "there is n,o reason fr alarm or despair." If the thrust of our Government con- fuses us, then, as he says: "It confuses our enemies, too. They have no idea w,lat we are up to either. There,fore, they cam,ot p,cssibly devise countermeasures to thwart us." Which reminds us th,at a bill has been introduced in the Ohio legis, iature to require green tail lmps o.n all vehicles. Doubtless the same philosophy that there's nothing ahead to fear. Sincerely, Bob Taylor P. O. Box 464 McLean, Virginia Check the want advs. each week. Much Business T At School Board Considerable business was transacted at a of the board of directors of Chene 7 school the evenin,g of June 16. First item on the viewirg of a report by the Jenkins i,nrmra in, g the dLsVrict's insurance program. It wth the Jenkins agency in the development off a ling the insurance program to be considered at in, g of the board. Salary Raises Made After some discussion with leaders of the teachers associa- tion coneerni:., li:e applictmn of tim 5 per cent saiary h:- crease to present schedules, the recommendation of the PSEC was ,doi)te.d, that pres- ent i:crements be paid those teachers why are entitled to {hem and that the balance of the 5 per cent increase be spread across the board a.s in- creases for all employees. Co,p- ies of the new teacher;' salary policy and schedule were dis- tributed. The board approved Resolu- tion No. 58 stating reasons fr caimirg .one day's constructed attendance for the one day of snow closure which was not ]made up. It is required that such a resolution a, ccompans the claim for this attendance. Auditor Appointed A recent law requires the appotntment of an offfieial aud- iting officer for the sch.oo.1 dis- trict and Supt. Riggs' recom- mendati, an that Lowell Poore be apleinted was accepted by the board. Mr. Poore assumed his position as business man- ager July 1. The Spokane coun,ty super- intendent bas recommended that districts abide by an old law and establish textbook co.mmssions for the selecti.o of books and the neotiang with publis!hing firms. Supt. Riggs will act as chairman of the commission, Mr. Spear and Mr. Cassehnan will re*present the teachers and Roy Miller a:d Vic Hill will represent the board. Two Resignations The bo,ard accepted with re- gret the resignations of Mrs. Jean Lindquist and Mrs. Kathy Mills. Mrs. Maynard Nelson was employed a,s half-time kin- dergarten teacher for one year at t:he Windsor school replac- ing Miss Alia Franz w.lzo has been granted a ,one year leave of absence; hired Miss Agnes Lorinski, second grade position at Windsor; Mrs. Nadine Spa- cek, ,half time teacher at Betz hired Ivern therapist. Leaves of granted Mrs. Mrs. Laurel Marjorie Goos. has been on for the last h01f 65 school year. will study next and Mrs. Goos is leave due to Contracts Supt. Riggs contracts signed and were natures of also stated that achieved a very cent attendance year just The su ed he would eral informal board members summer for sary with the nin,g a new also asked the to bring to the meeting their policy books so can be reviewed or altered. Widman Jr. Angus Fred Widman, been granted a j ship in the association of St ,, n nounces retary. This new e:titles the p:(rebred Angus membership) t'rivileges }ff the mtil the age of Lime junior n-scn i)le to convert to berstfips. There were people in the receive junior last moath. NewHigh Quality Colorful Assortments THE 'BRAND KIDS DEMAND" FLASH RAY GUN .0.us .0.us GIFT GIFT  t, rd-- ,liliMla- .IK ZEBRA s.lnd,. " "'- yANKEE DOODLE TESTED AND APPROVED REG. 7.25 .........._.......... :.,:v :: *:::::i: .... OLD GLORY ............ ........ ZEBRA TESTEO AND APPROVED ::i ::;!,i , TESTED AND AP RIG. " :ii!l Re(}. 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