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PaEe 2 Cheney Free Press Friday, Juty 9, 1965 CHENEY FREE PRESS ESTABLISHED 1896 PUBLISHED AT 412 FIRST ST., CHENEY, WASH. Eutered at the Post Office at Chenpy, Washington, as Second Class Matter 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 Conservation News 10 Years Ago July, 1955 The Cherey d epm&apos;tment of Spokane fire district No. 3 had a busy we,ekertd, ccording to Chief John Kagele. In contrast to this the Cheney city fire de- partment had no calls during the same weekend. From Sat- re,day through Mond,ay morn-i irtg the rural department ans- wered five calls. Reuben Asplurd ws instal,l- ed as presidertt of the Cheney IAons club at a 6:30 breakfast meeting July 6 at Jimmie's Care. Other officers seated were: Wired Sibley., vice president; Roy Foss, secretary; Howard Fos, Lion Tamer; Norval Holmes, tail twister, azd Ed Porter, Harvey Ash- burn, Iarl Moos and Byrd Sum- sion, directors. A past presi- dent's pin was presented to William Ovnieek and a key award was given to Reuben Asplu1d. Mr. and Mrs. Omer Pence left Wedn,esd,ay by plane for Europe, stopping for one night in New Y, ork City. They expected to be in Paris by the evening of July 8. They will spend two months in France, i Italy, Switzerhnd, Ge,rmay, H<fl,lard, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Scotlan'd and England. Maj. Robert E. Dales. and family, who ave been visiting with his parents, the E. L. Dales, 'leR Wednesday for the Panama Cm Zone. Major Dles ws formerly connected ith ROTC w, oa, k ,at the U,nver-, in the Phil}plane area since 's'iiy of th a, his lan, dirg with the invasion 'Mr. and rs. Norva,1 Holmes ],f Leyete, was heard from and Jimmie anti (hry atteaded, IMon,day by his wife, ;h re- the weddirtg of 1/ Holmes/skies i,n Ghenev. Nor.ml,, why siter, Mrs. Jean ,]WcMaSh, and [was in th- Palau invasion Mn Everett Benzel of Ritzve on J retmrts that ,he mw *,h- "i,,7' ' Friday evemrtg, July 1, at the r:rown sh,,w when ,t visited Glenn Imbertson tol'ne in that area. Spokane. Congressmen say tlm reason Mr. ,and Mrs. Lloyd Hol- they want a substantial raise day lind as weekend guests at in salary is that their jobs tlm}r Loon lake cottage, M,r. ,a.rsn*t 'steady--aas if the Found- and Mrs. A. L. Olson and Mr. ing Fathers hadn't planned it and Mrs. Harry Meyers. Join- that way. irg the group for the Fourth of Miss Cecil Dryden enter. July were Mr. and Mrs. Kyle ta/ned at supper Saturday eve- Pu,gh .and Ke Jr., Miss Joan ning in h;mr of Dr. ,and Mrs. Gill}am, Mr. arid Mrs. Guyel R. E. Tieit. ',,ther ,o.uests were Frost and John md Gus Wfl-Mrs Nourse, Miss Eunice Nel- liamson. son an Mr. and Mrs. lenn A Fourth of July fireworks Hartsuek. display was enjoyed Su,nlday Miss Jean Hinckley was 'hen- evening at the Ed Betz hpme ored with ,a surprise lawn par- on Williams ake. Dessert was ty at the home of her parents, served ,after the display by the AI Hinvkleys, Sun, day fter- Mrs. Betz and Peggy Sue and n,oon on the oecasiion of her Jim. " ]8th bi.rthday. Guests were Mr. .Mrs. Ethel Ryan is spending and ;Mrs. Frank Htagernan of wauKon,, Mr. and Mrs. Lee CALL FOR BIDS Williams of Edal, Mr. and Eastern Washington Mrs. Chuck Tayl,or of Spokane and Marie Stone of 0heney. State College ,M. Eleanor Balire,r Hud- Separate sealed bid prapos- d,leston and Miss Ve.m,a Bow- als are avaihble for education- er cl, ebrated their birthdays al equipmen and/or supplies together on ,Sunday :at the Ray by Eastern Washington State B.lirtger 'home south of Che- College in the office of the Di- ney. rector of Purchasing, Room Cef Torpedoman Orville 121, Showolter HMI. Whan, survivor of two ship Proposal forms may be ob- sindn,gs and n egnt year rained at the above office, rmvy veteran, arived in Che- T. T. Wall hey last week ater an absence Director of Purchasing. !of six years. He is visiting his (July I. 1964-July 1, 1965) m'otlr, Mrs. Lutie Waan. Directory 0. B. Electric PERSONALIZED SERVICE Wiring Elect. Heat, Motors, Pumps Rt. 1, Spokane CH. 4-2705 City Dry Cleaners CLEANING PRESSING ALTERATIONS LAUNDRY SERVICE 322 FIRST 235-4732 ELECTRIC SERVICE AT ITS BEST Phone 235-4410 EDGETT BROS. the week in Spokane wbh her :on ,and daughter-in4aw, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Ryan, and daugh- ter Patricia. Mr. anld Mrs. Glen Swegle and family of Portland spent the weekend here with his mother, Mrs. Olive Swegle, ad brother, Dean Swegie and fm'ily. 20 Years Ago July, 1945 Improvements cmnp,leted and underway at Bunker's re- sort on Willm, m's lake are pro- ing popular with fis:hermen swimmers and campers of tMs area. Frank Bunker, manager, reported Monday that on the precedin,g day more than 300 cars visited the res,ort and the,re were 150 swimmers. A crew of five men, with tank tru,ck and equipment, is] n*ow stationed at C;heney by the Forest Service as a matter of Mfrding fire protection in this area un.il such time as the Spokane County Fire Dis- trict No. 3 obtains its equip- ment and takes over the job. Grain crops in southwest Spokane county 'are ffoing to be o,d, according o in,forma- tion reaching The Free Press. There may be some minor ex- ceptio.:: to this, but there are alo instances where the pre- dictions are exeeponMly op- timistic. Hay cvop:s are said to :be excellent also. Nocman J. Hove, CSK. who has been serving with the army CHENEY Peace Corps Tesl in Spokane July 10 An opportufnity for Oheney area residents to offer their abilities to the Peace Corps will come at 9 a. m. Saturday, July 10, at roam 209 Federal build- ing in Spokane, t'he dmvnt0wn p.ostoffice. The opprtun,ity }s the Peace Co,rps phcement test which is nt gas,:ed or failed and you can't st,dy for it. It measures general aptitude and the abil- ity to learn a langt:a,_,.e. If, for example: test scores indicate limited lnguage acquiring ability, the Peace Corps tries to place the applicant in an English-speaking area. The test ,s used by the Peace Corps only as a tool in the matching of volunteers and jobs. The application is the most impart- ant i'ndicator of suitability for t'eace Corps service. It must be filled .out and bro.ught to the exam unless previously s*ubmitted. Ap.pli,e,ants should plan on about one and a half hours at the testing centers, unless they wsh to take the Spanish or French language achievement test, which requires an addi- tional hour. Dr. Powers Named Bauer New Manager Sec-Treasurer of Grain Growers, Inc. R. K. "John" Bauer, with he Portland headquarters office of North Pacific Grain Grow- ers, Inc., since 1962, has been na'med new general manager and secretary-treasure of the 35-year-old, three sta Wheat association, Robert W. Tanke, of Mo,hler, Wash., president of ' NPGG, announced. Bauer succeeds Willard A. "Dick" Richards, who has held the post since 1949. Richards retired as of June 31, and henceforth will conlfine his du- ties with NPGG to special as- sigrments. NPGG now repre- sers some 20,000 grain grow- l er members throughout Wash- ington, Oregon and Idaho. Bauer, who assumed duties as general manager and secre. tary-treasurer on Juy 1, is a native of I'endleton. tte attend- ed schools there, went on to the University of Oregon (class of 1937, and then joined the staff o4 the First Nation,al Bank of Pordand, until the outbreak New Booklet Answers Questions Ask About Social Security Provisi, A new booklet, "Answers to a Woman's Questions About Social Security," is nw avail- able from the Spokane social security district office Rob- ert L. Wakenshaw, field rep- resentative, announced today. Written from the wonan's point of view, the haklet may however, find wide readership amon,g the male population, as well. For it provides answers to questions such as: "Can a working woman collect bol:h her own retirement benefit of World War II. B,auer served [flaur years with the U. S. Air it earns the support and toy- [Force, chiefly in ttie South Pa- alty of the rank and file work- [ eific. ers o a vol, untary basis. Like [any other organization, if a [unon provides effective se,r- Handful of Labor ,vio, it will receive the de- I served su, pport, freely given, of !its members, ,and when it des, Leaders $lr0ngesl . incomparably stronger Repeal Advocates comp.uslory union membership. Mr. La,rs:on said that at the l]eart of the defense of volun- tary unionism, "lies the ques- tion of individual freedom of choice." Forced association or f0rVce.d fi!aaneial support of any group is not consistent with the American ideal. Voluntary Basis Best "We share the view f m,any union members that a union is stronger and healthier when To Governing Board State PTA Congress than a union composed largely By Clarence A. Kelley of coerced dues payers who SCS Technician Four Spokane area PTA tave little interest in or loyal-i leaders have been elected to ty to the union." Visiting the Southwest Sipo- the board of managers of the The demand for the repeal kane Soil and Water Conserva- Washington Cortgress f Par-. of 14 (b) stems from a reh- Check th ,,t ,dv.  w. tion district last week were ents and Teachers, Mrs. Jer-[tire hartdful f union officers Ray Kent, state soil a- ome Freidberg, state PTA pres-[ despite the opposition of most ti,ons, SCS; Claude Dillon, state I ident, an,aourmed tody. ]  the pople of the ccmntry, range speciaUst, SCS; Waldo[ They ,are Mrs. C. R. Simon-[ e ed Larson, executive vice Franzen,, western states range [ son, lrs. Earle S. Wittne,r and [ predeat of the N'atonal Right speeiist; SCS, and Ceordm[Mrs. L. L. Wi:nfrey, al of SPO-[to Work committee, said today Bu,rt, area ,conservationist, SCS, [kane and Dr. Walter Powers, before the Senate Labor Su,b-! Spokane. The objective of the ]Cheney. committee hearings on 14 (b). visit was to review the techni-[ They will serve as state Larson, u,rged members o cal range standards in present chairmen for a one-year teem the subcommittee and all sen- use and compare them with as fllows: Mrs. Sim onson, ators to take note o the very actu, al field application, room representative; Mrs. Wilt- 'mportant fact that the demand The group first discussed ner, 'membership; Mrs. Win- for repeal of Section 14 (b) is 235-4744 or the prin,ciples of range man- frey elementary service and n0t one that has welled up agement applying to the South- Dr. Powers, international rela- from the people of this coun- west Spokane district A field ti,ons, try, or eevn from the people review was then made of a! in the union ranks. It is a de- range conservativn plan in use Eccles Jerseys Are mand which originates from on the Don Major ranch. 'and is being pu,shed by a small Majer's conservation ranch Awarded Citations group of union officers and was devel.ped with SCiS For High Averages agonCs, a relative handful of assistance in 1957. Included people, who have the sole ob- was a detatiled range-rotation- David Eceles of Medical Lake je,ctive .of en%arcin,g their ovn deferred grazing system. The,has recently received special pover and privilege." goal of this grazing system was recognition from the American People Favor Lo utilize and m,a, intin or im- Jersey Catle club for he for On the contrary, ,M, rbyLarson prove the quality and qumtity l)oing production records cm- pointed out that every of desirable forage, pie.ted in this registered Jet-measure of public opinion-- Rest Periods Used .soy ,herd. This prodttcti,on level newspaper pols, gubic opin- A scheduled resting pevied i fur exceeds tim. average of all ion surveys, Congressional or deferment is used on each U. S. Dairy: polls, editorial reaetionby pastureu:nit. Grazing is stopped Eeeles' PNde's  Viola, every measurable evidence of when, a 4-6" stubble ,height re. age 9-06, produced 10,240 tins. pbli sentiment, Americans mains on the key marmgement of milk and 546 lbs. butterfat want 14 (b) preserved." In the native pastures in 305 dys, the mature equiv-i Section 14 (b) is that part of e key phnts are Bluetmeh alent being 11,090 lbs. milk the 1947 en,cted TatHatley mtgrass nd Idalha rescue, and 591 butterfiat. His eov ACt that reaffirms the right of In reseeded pastures *he key Honey Chief's Sylvia Arlene the inividtl stes to outlaw plant is a domesticated grass age 4-07, plueed 9,440 [hs. or legume, milk and 595 bs. fat in 305 investor can study ad decide ; For best utilization a ,large days, the m, ature eq.ttiv,lent of where ,he wanls to i'sk his cap- numbex of livestock are paeed 9,752 milk and 615 butteat, ital. in a rehtively small grazing Che ey Dept area o00o,00oo oo'0000o is w..on n . inform, not advise, Facts may lentls itself particularly to this type of grazing, change the aplicati,on; of the The group in their final con- ,Tt  law.) clusion pointed out that the v range management guidelines ] being used locally were tecrh - Washln0ton ear Auolatlon nically co,freer. When applied, STOCKS AND BONDS ,as on the Majov rant,h, they When you buy a share o.f were also effective and the de- stock you own an interest in s}red objective can be reached, every single thing a fi.rm has; when you buy one of its bonds, you don't own any part of the When the cabin Waee pkaae compaIy. The bond or debe,n- piloted by Mrs. Charles Smith ture is merely a promise to wife )f a former Seattle mayor nosed over as it ws' being pay,pps e out of 1,000 shares 1,anded. B. R. Lean and R. R. outardi,ng, You own one 'ovn, who witnessed the aeci- ,share. Then you have an un- !, said that Mrs. Smith ap- divided one-flmusandth share parently made to ti'ht a turn as she idled the ship down a,nd in the compmy, not in any attempted to side-sip in just particular thing but in every over the north fence. A 20 mile piece. an .hour wind was 'blowin and Not An Owner at t hst moment the ship be- Wrmn you ,buy a bend you came uman,a.geable, own n part of the empany. The week's programs at the The fim promises to pay the MeMdan theater ircluded loan back when the bond ma- "The PNnees Comes Across," tuees. As a rule, bond bold,ers have tarring Cal Lombard and little to ,say directly about the i I MaeMurray; "The Un- firm .or hv it picks its offic- guarded I-Iour," strring Lor- es and manages its business. etta Young,and Franelmt Tone, Of course, lenders exercise in- Reduction in the Federal excise tax just 29 Yea rs Ago ad "Witrtess Chair," featuring Ann Harding. direct influence since they approved by Congress and signed into law must have JULY, 1936 Mrs. Mary Rue returned last fir confidence in the Oovernor Chrenee D. Mar- wW,h eken.d from Troy, Idaho>, ;rm ahd its rmngement be- by the President will result in substantial tin came home lonay to he- e she ,lad spent a week, 'Y will part with their savings to all telephone users. ney, where he was "born 50 '.t her ister arid other[ m.aey. ,ears ao to celebrate his J remtives .u.odholders et their inter. .. , .... g ] birthday But, despie the cares/ Mr. and Mrs. A W Jansen,]est befoee any stockbroker gets The 0 per cent tax on local telephone Mr and Mrs - " " - , nis dividends. )nd n ';e:ancl'ubipliotiei tmhat s i; !an:d Mrs. A1 I go brokka0000y0000U00d00th00 service and long distance calls will be lOW- executive of the state, he told jAljean attended the Townsendl ': ot i assets bere the ered to 3 per cent on January 1, 1966. A friend,s at an im tom tu birth picrc at Manito park Sunda 'socrmmecs get a nliekel P P Y. clay p, lirty at the Martin ,nili Ti,llqui'st of St] prA2rr  Preferred Stock new rate of 2 per cent will apply on Janu- that there must be some mi-I ' e. Mrs. Ruth Os'innd and| i "" - ed soek, as a rule, ary 1, 1967, with a further decrease to 1 take because it seems ,nor; [t OreeFIr,rigt" honored [,m'So2Xe:n dividends before like  quarter of a century, / '" " , s. Maxine Beck. / : .. stoclholders get per cent on January ], 1968. The tax will i thba:i!a;y 2fi [!>tdy_.we:nyt/]eb::k " be eliminated entirely the followi ng vear. . We are doubly pleased that the result- Soo]ne to Coeur d'A]ene and i Whether ,,our * ..... l,olders risk more and, there- Ing savings wdl be recewed by you-our ., , ....  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By llwhg anybody to ouy in or to lend to the firm, Cheney, Washington ated Women Pfl.ots at Spokane, a corporati)n  made 1,arge and one of the worst crackups Seventy-six oreign countries sa, le research, ,production, and occurred 'at the Cheney field have 4-H type programs, maeketin possible, while and ,also a full "'If the husband of| woman dies. can anything based der soci'aI "Under what the husband o,f a an be paid It also points children of a an can be paid fits at her they continue heir father, and is w.rking. The social tion provided wives is described ate series of wers. There is also on the woman's role cial security ployer of Over 24 million world, ng today, more before in our o.f 10 women can hold jobs or work business o,i" some part of arid earn credit 'SreCurity benefits. are not workirg about the protectio .as dependents or the flamily Copies of Woman's Questions cial Security," may' by waiting the district offiee at Washington Street. , Washington. The nu, mber is TE 8 361 Cheney Electric 504 FIRST ST., CHENEY Contracting and Repairs House Wiring Telephones SPECIAL OLD FASHIONED Pedal Pushers ..... Pykettes in Asstd. Colors 'Canvas Shoes ...... The kind that wears all summer Assorted colors in women's, girls' end children'S! How Repeal Of The Excise Tax Will Affect Your Telephone Bill