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Page 8 Cheney Free Press Friday, Juy 2, 1965 ,.o [Klaudt Family Mrs. Ed Dermis of Spokane[ caught .a 2 pound fail, bOw at[ Williams lake Saturday morn-IT0 Perform Here ing. Mrs Donais said this vsl a scrapper and put up a fight like a salmon even wapping the line around the anchor rope before it was netted. Also reported last week wgs a 4 ,pounder ,caught at Lambert&apos;s fishing dock. Tuesday, July 6 The Kl,audt Indian GOsll Sir=gets from the "Dakota Bad- lands," have just celebrated 35 years in full-time musical min- istry tlough the entire United * M Af , States, Canada, and Mexico. ew vii They travel 100,000 miles a II year to meet egagements in Area Servicemen * , over 40 different denomination churches, concert auditoriums, radio and televisi, on to make them the "best &osp.el Singing Family." To meet the busy schedule they travel in their .new V-8 diesel, private co,aeh, custom outfitted with ll0-volt lighting, wardrobes, bunk, dinette, lounge, televis;ion nd air-conditioning. The group will perform at tim Oheney Co,m.munity church Tuesday, July 6 at 7:30 p. m l%sto Gene lass extends an invtatio,n to everyone. Appearing in full, colorful I.nld'ian costumes they re truly the "Nation's Unique Gospel Singers." These anthenic, na- tive costumes are vl, ued at thousands of dlolars. It is a sight that every child wants to see and one that ,he will never large. ,i :i iii i,iiiii  SERGEANT SANGSLAND GETS COMMENDATION U. S. Forces. O]inawa (AHT- NC)Army Staff Sergeant Carl L. Sansgiaxtd, w!hose wife, Florence, lives at Wlgspering Pine Trailer Court, Medical Lake, received the Army Gem-i mend atin Medal June 10 while serving with the 61'st Artil- lery's 2d lissile Battio on Okinawa. Sergeant Saxgshnd received the awrd for meritorious ser- vice sttccessfuily as assdstan ,sectior hief, secti'an chief and acting 1,aim,her ptoon ser- geant white assigned to Battery C ,of the 43d Avtillery's 1,st Missile Battalion at Fai(bJld Air Force Base, Wash., from Dec. 1958 to la, rch 1965. The sergeant etered the Army in 1948. Szrgsland,  .of Carl L. Sangsland, 5901 Port, age, Kla. mazoo, Mich., attended Spring Vat ley lgh svlol. LT. RICHARD STEVENS ChamYlr, Ariz. -- Se)nd Lieutermnt Richard L. Stevens, son of'Mr, a.nd ,Mrs. Rkhard L. Stevens .of 7034 Calle Iteo, Tuc- son, Ariz:, , ented U. S. Air Force lYffot traini,g at Wil- l,ares AFB, Ariz. Lt. Stevens will fly the new- est Air Foce jet tmi, ners and receive special awdentic and rniliry trainjrg during the year,tong course. He will be awarded silver ptat wings up- on cometi f the Air Tral, ning Command fly'mg pro- gr.m. The lieute,ant a grluate of Reavd,an ",high chool, replAy- ed ,his B. S..degree om Wash. ingtn State University. He was eommianed upon completion of the Aix Force Reserve Of- ricer Training Corps program. His wife, ttosemary, is daughter of Mr. and M. George Reabold of Espaola. AIRMAN W. HORNER JR. San Antonio, Tex -- Air- man William G. Iorner Jr., son of 1Wr. and Mrs. Wiflm E. Homer of Rc. 1, Cheney, .has completed Air I,orce , besc military tzaining at Lackhand APB, Texa. Airmmz Horner'has been se- lected for technical training as Command (ATC) school at Keesler AFB, . Is new unit is part of the vast ATC system which trains airmen argl oficers in the diverse skills required by the nation's aerospace force. The airman, a 1963 graduate of Thorp. W,sh. Mgh se]zool, Eastern Waslngton State WAWG Receives Tourism Award The Washirgton Associa.on of Wheat Growers has been given the "Top Promoters in Tourism" ,award for outstand- ing contributions to the d.e- veopmeqt of tourism in WaSh- fngtan State. The award was erie of six presented by the Washingo Taurism Council at a special Press Preview of the Washing- ton Community Festival now in progress at the Food Cir- cus in Seattle Canter. The special recognition came as a re,suit of the unique "Parm Hospitahty Days" pro- gram sponsored by the WAWG since 1962. Under this unque "Peop,le to People" program, wheat ranchers  estern WarMngt0.n have hosted visit- ln,g flmilies aeq!au'utizg them with farm lfe, and modern methods of growing and ha,r- vesting our important wheat crop. rs. Elmer ]asto of I-hr- rington, origirmtor of the Farm H,opitalJty Days received the 'aard on behalf, of the WaSh- ington Association of Wheat rewers. The F.stos re far- mer Cheney residents. Youth Corps Work Is Now Underway The ,state Dltrtment of Nat- tral Resources has it Neighbor. tood Youth Corps progra un- derway beginning July 1, Land Commissioner Bert L. Cole re- ported tody. Ward was received in Olym- pia today that he federM gov- ermort has ppoved the De- partment of Naral Resources' plan to hire 536 young people for the summer. The Yout Corps workers wl be em. loyed:s forestry, mainte. acre. commueaion, cleriea kitohen, custodial aml drMting ctes. The Neiglborlmod Youth Corps  part of the program set up under the federal E- onomie Opportunities Act. It is desigrmd to give job opportm- ities and wnn'k traing to youths from 16 to 21-years-old who are from tow-inqne am- ilies. The youths will work a 32- hour week, with a salary of $1.25 an hour. The program wi.I1 $421,121, of which the fed- oral gevevmnent will pay $368,- 647 and the Department of Nat- ural Re.sotm:es wll pay $52,- 473. "We welcome the opportun- ity to Participate Jn this worth- vhle program," COle said. "These young pe0le will vide much-needed hel:p in some of our m ,angemertt programs 'such .as recreation develop- meni, read,building, and fores- try projects such as thinning, pruning, and reforestation. The Youth Corp enrollees wi be se, leted by the state Departmmt of Employment Security. They will ive at home and must regde vithin reason.able traveling distaPce of 24 wrk ,areas tlou.lmut the state. The jobs to be filled by Youth COrps enoees include 437 forestry ,aides, 18 mai,nten- ace shop uides. 3 communica- ti, orts aides, 48 clerical aides, 11 kitchen des, 22 custodial aides, and 2 drafting aides. WILLIAM ROSENAU BUYS REGISTERED ANGUS BULL William C. Rosenau, Gheney, recently purchas a &ber- deen-Agtm troll rom Donald L. Beck \\; THREE CHENEY AREA GRADUATES of Eastern Washington State College who re- ceived commissions as Army second lieuten- ants through the college ROTC, have their bars pinned on by their mothers. At left, is Michael E. Maier, son of Dr. and Mrs. Glen E. Major, 720 Clever Court, who also received a bachelor of arts degree in mathematics. EWSC. Center is Douglas Morgan, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Morgan, Plaza, who was also awarded a bachelor of arts degree in biology. Ronald N. Knoshaug, right, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Knoshaug, who received a bachelor of arts degree in mathematics Maier and Morgan were commissioned in ar- tillery, Knoshaug in ordnance. HIGHLIGHTS FROM AIRWAY HEIGHTS By Valerie Smith The Cheney Free Press, now the official paper for Airway Heights. is anxious to report all the news from that community, business and "man news" as wel'l as social and personal. Please give our correspondent, City Clerk Valerie Smith your news no later than Monday of each week. Her office phone is CH 4-3621. Airway Heights Has Miniature Golf Course A recreational facility that is attracting old and young to Airway Heights is the minia- ture golf course next to the Bucklorn Inn installed by mare ager A. L. Musser. The faci.Rty is being used by the Spokane C otmty Recrea- th 1rogmm for school chil- =dren at a mere, cost of $1.00 per child for the seven weeks gotf course. Daily lessons are also being given by Gone thckney. for fire depsrtment equip- mont. Pastor Robert DeViney of Airvay E'vangeltcal Free church said the Bible school at- tencance .averaged over 90 for the'second week "teenarama" 'bead evenings. Pastor Floyd Merrill of the First Baptist church said their average at- terdaace was 105 children. Boa's Drive Inn has com- pleted a large canopy to accom- modate more car parks. To promote the Cheney Free Press at Airway Heights, Valerie Smith, clerk has volunteered to accept subscriptions. The regular rate is $4.50. Mrs. Smith will also take news items, lust phone them in to her. Buildir=g permits lavebeen issued to Mayor Ni)lte for an additi,on to his ff0,me and to Pastor errill to biu;ld a gar- age an [ccar port. " Washington State 26 per cent higher than in 1958. The Seattle-Everett standard metropolitan statistical area, consiing of King and Sn,ho- mish .counties, reported a val- ue-added for 1963 of $1.5 bil- lion, more th,an 38 per cent higher than in 1958 ad more than lmlf the 1963 tot for the state. The Portland SMSA had a !963 value-added of $772 mil- fion but the portion of the SMSA lying inside Oregon ac- eounted for $642 million of tlat figure. Tacoma, co-exten- sive with Pierce Oaunty, in- creased its value-added from $152 million in 1958 to $198 million ia 1963. Cheney Swimmers Do Fair at Selah The Eastern Washington I Recreation association swim team, coached by Sue Senske, entered the first m.et of the .ammer swim season at Seah, 1.at weekend. The eig, ht mem- bers of the team who attended earned a total of 40 points. In the boys 10 and under grottp, Bob Stone earned a third place medal "m .the 50 yard butterfly. In the 11 md Two Workshops on World Problems Scheduled in July The first of two workshops on current world pr(ble,ms of- fered by lastern Washington State College during the sum- mer quarter stas Tuesday, JuJy 6. Dr. Joseph Chen, professor of history .at San Pernando Valley State College of C:a,lf - ornia, will conduct a two-week course 1on he Sine-Soviet con- flict. The class will meet fr(m 2 to 4 p. m. daily in the EWSC Student Union. Dr. Chen has widely trav- eled in the Far East .and Rus- sia and has written a number of articles in profess,tonal jour- na,s. The secord workslop on cur- rent world problems will be o,n contemporary Ltin America, a two-week course startin July 19. Dr. lorton Krowell, University of W, ashin, gton pro- fesso,r of political science, will conduct this workshop. INTEREST LOST Od bankers never die, eith- er . . . they just lose interest. Work Under h. a. State Industries, poyers in employee.s state's rec work Many summer time of and state quired for through 17. are open to ment, hazardous the health minors. Minors work five about 10 mer 7p.m. may work a.'d later at ,once is gtmrdan .home after vided. to be in,g or tions. No quired for mestie wor or vend, ors. Where Minor formation mum wage a, ny of the of the throughout caiion request. in the care .or be ,shown the the a work lM'oyer, the issuance operatirg for the partmerA. penalties failure to permits, ties may for whom i n, ot been an BETZ OPEN TO, Betz u,ntfl Aug. p.m. This course with a ,ground tee and an elevated tee, is un- usually ,attractive haing ani- mated figures tonsuring of a hge witch, a windmi  a smM1 bern for the <bstaeles. The main obstacle, hovever, is a down that entitles the goer to a free ,game ,ff a 'drive is pu in the clown's ronth. Brown To Attend Committee Meeting Jeraid W. Brown of Bovn Insuanee Agancy  attend an .executive committee meet- Lug of .the Association of Wes- tern Cities Jul7 9 at the Uni- versity of VCashington. Brown is one of lhe 11 me,m- bets .on the committee tttat is preparing reoltios they an- ticipate being passed by the next leg'mhture. The resolu- tions pertain to the ovth of small t'ewns arid cities. SWIM CLASSES START TUESDAY Svimmirg lesson at the Cheney pool if err chiMren from AAvvcay Heights will begin Tues4ay, Jul3 6, as Mortdtay is a 1,egal ,holiday. The sehl bus will pick up the ehfldren at 9 Tuesday morning at Airway Heights. Begi.n ,nirg Wedesd'ay m<rndng, pick up time will *be 8:15. Mr. Beard, pool manager,  :requesting all children to check the schedule on Tuesday for the remaining swimming iesserts with him and with the bus driver. SQUARE DANCERS BUILD PLATFORM Rill Hi.gghn,s and members of the Lakeside Square Dance group are buildintg a platf0vm in the loft .of Higgin, s barn. There ,are 28 couples in the gop. Cy Crossma s the ca- er. Bob Trernbhy and Mac lclntyre are learnin to call. A ,children's squ'ace dancing group ,has been started for fifth graders awd older spon. sored by he Lakeside square dancers. Learning to call are lke Htggins ad David Trem- bray. In last #aek's news listing Airway He.Jgh town oficiais Pb Trembhy was  s Civil Defense "director. He is also the ire chief nd cou commissioner ,fr this area. The volunteer fire delart- merit meets every Wednesday 7 p. m. AgAn this year the s selling safe and to Industq Increase Shown by Census 12 age group, Mike Graves took second place in 50 yard backstroke and Ken lckm earned a third pace in the same event. Tom Stone was first in boys 11 ,and 12 1-meter diving. Joe raes, swknmin in the boys 13 and 14 year old group, took third place in the 200 yard freestyle. WEATHER max. min. pre. June 24 ............. 72 64 .00 !June 25 ............. :70 59 .00 June 26 .............. 65 43 .00 June 27 .............. 64 3'9 .00 Jue 28 .............. 60 51 .14 June 29 .............. 71 41 .00 June 30 .............. 77 70 .00 A sensible speed i's one at which the dxiver can see dan ger .and be able to nmneuver the car clear of it under all conditions. Since a,bi$ity to spot .azards decreases as speed in- creases, motorists will protect themselves by driving only as fast as vision and road condi- tions allow. MAINLINE CAFE Airway Heights SMORGASBORD Sunday $1.50 Week Days $1.25 Open Every Day 11:30 a. m. to 7:30 p. m. Special Rate For Children The state of Wasfingtpn's industries reported a value-[ added,by-mamffacture of $2.87[ bi1on in 1963 an inorease of[ 33 Per cent over a wlue-added ] figttre for 1958, aceording to  a prettmin,ary report of the 1963 Census .of Manufactures, just issued by the U. S. Depart- ment of Commerce, Bureau of the Census. [ "Value,added . . . " approx- imates the value of pro@ucts shipped les the cost of mter- ials used to manufacture the products. The state's leading indus- trial category in 1963 v,as tmrmpartati, on equipment with a vaiue,added of $899 m.ion, more than 43 pea" cen,t 'h.geaer than its total for 1958, last prcv0eus year of the census. In .almost a dead heat for second place were food ,and lindred pad,tots a,nd lu, mber and word: pradtmts, each with a value- added ,of slightly over $363 milton. Lumber and wood pro- ducts howe:d a .gain of ahnst 24 per cent over 1958 while the l inreae for food ad kindred paducts in the s,ame period was slghtly over 22 per cent. The number of industril es- tsblishments in the state in- creased from 5,065 in 1958 to 5,198 in 1963 and the number of employes in industry in- creased from 215,017 to 225,- 848 il the same period. The PaNral.] was $1.5 billion in 1963, i i , i WHEN YOU NEED INSURANCE OF ANY KIND , See Jerald W. 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