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Page 8 Cheney Free Press July 20, 1945 LOCAL FLYER APPEARS IN NAVY FILM Lt. Leo Pierson, dive born, bar pot, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Pierson, appears in the story "The Fighting Lady" an aircraft carrier affectionately named by the crew. The action is in the M arianas, Truk, Kwa- jaelyn isl!ands and ethers. ' A grass fire at the rear of the Dr. J. P. Ca[dwell clinic building occasioned sounding the alarm early Sunday after- noon. No damage was done. Leslie W. Lee, EWC public reltions director gave the prinei,pal address at a re,union of the Spokane County Pio- n, eers society at Man,ire park, Saturday afternoon. Same 200 men and women who came to CONCERTS SCHEDULEDOn July 20, 1965, "The Conquer. ors," from Cascade College of Portland, Ore., will be in con- cert at Marshall Community Church. They will present a con- cert of Gspel songs and also the coll'ege. lwelve Day-time Convocations tl region before 1889 were I,,k,A,,I,A ! lIJl//' 1 . 0. ,'his Year Weather temperatures for[ the week are" Thursday 96,1 ........... ...... ..... i ;a.stern wasmngon ate t-riaa uu, :mruraay uo, unaay Y .... [ College wzL present 12 convo- 80, Monday 77, Tuesaay/, ana I c.atons during the 1965-66 coL- standing speakers as American poet Louis Untermeyer, Atlan- tic magazine editor Edward Weeks, foreign co-responde.n Eddy Gilmore arid actor Tom Ewe[1. The convocation series have been expounded as part of the EWSC 75th aamvel"sary year. ALl will be presented during di,ffere.n daytime hus in Shmvalter Auditorium, and wifl be open to the p,u'blic without charge. First Program First program, Oct. 7, w,itl be the traditionai president's con- vocation, when Dr. Don S. Pat-] terson, EWSC president, will welcome new and returning students to EWSC. Kick-oH for the EWSC 75th anniversary celebration will be Oct. 13, date of the founding of the col]ege as a state insti- i tuti,on, when an outsnding Wednesday 79. lege y:ear, featuring SUClh out- Four Lakes -- Pvt. Donald Browr has been shipped to the Paeie from San Francisco. He was shpped out July 7. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lundby were in Spokane for Sunday dinner at her brother's home. Mr. and Mrs. E. Petevn went to N,ewpovt to visit Mr. and lrs. M. J. Imzley. Lance Hills  Pfc. and Mrs. T.m Labish left for Santa Bar- bara, Calif., Tuesday evening. A group of friends charivaried Mr. and Mrs. Tom Labish Sun- day night at the Joseph Labish home. Prices at Gibson's July 20, 1945 Purple Plums (20 points) Can ....................................... 23c Ivory Soap, 3 reed ............. 18c Old Dutch, 2 cans ............ 15 Slicing Tomatoes, Ib ......... 25 Chuck Steak lb. 49C,00[?aker, yet tobe named, will be the featured speaker turkeyRolls I o,. Untermeyer S2981 Dr. Louis Untermeyer, Imt, Z Ib 6 OZ. pkg editor, critic and anthologist . vdth some 50 olumes to iis credit, will speak ,at 8:30 a. m., Armour Star Bacon 21 .n "Wlt Americans Untermeyer, widely acclaim- 2 lbs S1 ed for his servLce to American . . letters with his book, "The Let- ters o lbert Frost to Ixis Unermeyer," ,las been consult- ant in tSn,glish poetry to the IA- brary of Congress, and now "Death Row ChapLain" (f Cal- ifornia's San Quentin prison for 12 years, and former ckap- lain at Alcatraz, will speak on "The Myth of the Law-Abing Citizen" Feb. 3 at 11:30. Eshelman will exanine hy- vocrisy and sef-rihteonsness in high places and the essence o the crirmnal i,n the respec- table person. Pulitzer Prize winring cor- respondent of the Associated Press, Eddy Gilmore, a veter- an ,of reporting from the Sov- iet Union, win speak at EWSC on "The World Tnorrow" at 2:30, Feb. 17. Comedian Tc,zn EweH, .one of the coun- try's funniest comedy stats, i present a program of "The' Many Face. of Laughter at I0:30, March 1. A tripledhreat man, E well has played "n awkrd Don Judah" to such actresses as Iar- ilyn Monroe and Jayne Man,s. field, made Bv0dway re,s,und wih l'auher at the s(p,hdsti- coted humor of James Tlmr- bet, .and is one,ha'If of a "Mr. and Mrs.:' radio show in New Yerk. Political Science The brilh'ant poIiltica scien- tist, Dr. Hem'y A. "Kiinger, will speak ,on "FocvAgn Pollvy in a Ntmear Age" at 8:30 a. m., Mr0h 8. A war.time members of U. S. tary irtegme, Dr. Kissinger  a former eozmuR- ant to the Natioml Secuty Cou,acil, nw consulmt to the U. S. Arms ContrOl and Dis- armament Agency, ud arafes- sor of government t ttavard Umersity. serves as .honorary consultant in the humanities. An outstanding autlority o Fresh Corn - 5 br 29c Seedless Grapes pound23c Cucumbers Each 10 . Campbell's Tornalo Soup Each 11 King Size Tide. 9k computing machines and auto-' African Journalist (  I marion w]m believes we re in i An,, African Looks at the the dawn of a wond'ful em of World wJ be the tmc of abundance and lmsure, speaks i George C Erminul at EWSC to EWSC Nov. 9 at i0:30. [ April 12 at 11:30. , Dr. Hilton I The first African, journalist lr. May Alice Hilton will[acredited to the United Na- talk on 'Education fr a Cy-)tks .and bureau chief of the he,culture Society." Founder [ G laa News Agency, Ennl and presiden of The Ins$itute[is an uofificial but vigoous for Cybercultural Research, [ and articute ,representative Inc., a finn-profit organization[of one of the more s,a, Me of fr the :advancement ef science, t Afl'iea's young countries. she is also president of A. M. ] Don Keefer Hilton and Associates, nc., a} ...... , ...... rne mstmgusnea actor oz cnsulUng firm on cybernetics [ . _ ,';_ . .._ and autmatirm i stge, sceen an mmVlSn, ................... ]I)on Keefer, and his unique dtsctmsed by Dr. Hehrmt R. Boein.ger De, 1:0,, German-born and eduted, Dr. Pemnger 4mS taught, lec- Crisco, 3 Ibs. -"" Sanford-in-Gevmany, S'ord C_ ,, _ Umversity's Europea cmnus, K H klltlaf and is superbly equioped to = = t=u i give new insight into the el- q, =  llevtual split between Cmmu- l nnilnfit XI J]rdsm anI the Free Warm =,' I'vu',N, - - 4,,vvl Edward Weeks " ..... I Ope 1966 program will [had= fannad Dan I be Eda, rd Weeks, autho ad dHU,JIO qbUHHq/U rv p [distinguished editor of (me of a a .eq " a,a[the oMest azd most famous lg 10r I1( [1,itea,ry reviews in the tish- speaking wrld.  'talk, Jan. 20 at 1:30, will be on "A Creed Dr-Bnins : one,man mv, "Anion Ohek- "The Fate of the $e]lual hey and the Hmnan Comedy," Under Commumsm" will be will ,appear at EWSC April 28 at 12:30. Keefer, dressed in the cos- tume of the period md lock- ing much as Cheldmv mut have looked, presents the early Ctmkhov, the ,e, mi, rth- 'ful young country doctor Who was alslo a sophisticated man of 1etters, .i.a a program fll laughter and compassion. CARD OF THANKS The .family of Roy G. Keene wsh to thank their neiglbers ad frien4s or their kJndness- es, for memorial gifts, floral offerings, syTaphy cards ad espeelly the kindness of the , Medical Lake pce force and , HIGHLIGHTS FROM AIRWAY HEIGHTS By Valerie Smith CHURCH BIBLE CAMP Free'Rash of Grass Fires The Airway Heights Church Bible Camp started July 12 until July 19. The bus left with 40 children from Air- way tteights and Sgo.akne churches far Camp Utmost at Lake Seely near Misol'a, Mont. There will be swimming. bo,ating, canwfire singing and all types of recreation so we know they will have a good tme.  i * News.0[ * Area 00ervKemen " J i LOVELL ENJOYS DUTY IN MIAMI Aviation Eleetrician Third Class Richard L. Loveil USCG, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lov- ell of Rte. 1, Spokane, iis cur- rently serving at the USCG Air Station n Miami, FI'a. LoveH entered the service in the fall of 1962 and received his basic training at the CG base in Alameda, Calif. He served on the Coast Guard ice- breaker N,orthind and took part i the Bering Se Patrol of 1963 ,and recently received an aard from thi's tip. He ws selected for technical training in ,helicopter school as an aviation electrician at the Naval Air Technical Training Center at acksonville, Fa. On compleon of school he recedv- ed his Petty Officer Third Class Aviatio Electrician rating and x,as stati'oned at the USCG Air Station in Miami, Fla. He has recently comFleted another course in avi, ation electronics at Jacksonville and returned to Miami. He is a 1960 graduate of Cheney High S.c,h,ol and ,at- tended Eastern Washmgton Sbate College and Col,umb Basin Coege in Pasco. While on leave he visited a former sohool mate, Bob Poll, in tostan, Mass., in June. Spokane, W;ash.- Steg Ser- geant Ne G'm, sxn f Mrs. Mieaela'Y. arza of 224 Easy St., Airway Heights, WaSh., has re-en'isted at Fairchild AFB, Wash., for another four yeav tottr of service n the U. S. Air Force. Sgt. a,ra is an administra- tive supervisor in the S1wategic Atr Oomm.and (SAC) uit at I,drchild. His squadron sup- ports the SAC mission of keep- ing the ation's intercortinen- tat missiles ,and jet bombers on constant alert. [ The serge,rt is a gxaduate of MePcedes (Tex.) high school. tis wife, Rebecca, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hen- ry Ruz, Mervedes. CORPORAL JENNESS Chu Lai, Viotnam (FHTNC) June 22  Marine Lance Cor- p)ral Pdekard L. Jenness, son of Mr. nd Mrs. James R. Jen- hess of Route 1, Medical Lake, :has been promoted to  pres, ent rank while serving with the 3rd Bttalion, 3rd Marin Regiment, ,a major ifantry element of the 3rd Marine Di- vis":on at Chu Lai, Viet Nam., His pronmtion was based oa time in service and ratk, mili- tary ppea,rance, a,nd his knmvl- edge of setelvted military su jeers. Cheek the wart advs. each week. I]| I Auction July 24, 6:45 p. m. Antiques Furniture Chickens Chain Saws College Avenue (Next to Legion Hall) J@e Flatt, Auctioneer Quickly Put Out By Volunteers A rash of grass fires in ,and around Airway Iteights were qtickly extinguished by t'hel Airway Heights Fire delart- men the past week. Fire Chief Bob Tremblay re ported a child.set fire Friday noon at 10th and Lundsrom. Later that evening four con- secutive fire,s broke out along the highway. Fire Along Highway "These were started by faulty car or ,a mischievous per son throwing burndng material out of the car igniting the dry grass alongside the road," said Chief Tremblay. Both Airwa,y He,ights truck land two from Sun:set District 10 iouht the fire. However, alert motorists, mostly men just get- ting off duty from Fairchild kad some of he blazes under control when the fire equip- ment arrived. Alert Newspaper Boy Saturday morning an alert newspaper delivery boy, Bill Higgins Jr., discovered a grass fire in its infancy beh:ind the Airway Market and phoned the fire de.partmnL This was con-i fined to a small area. Trem- bay said the cause ws un. knvn. Sunday aternoen the deprt. m et was called to a grass fire at the Leroy Slusher residence on highway 2, but were re- cal.led when the oumer report- ed the fire under control. Report Fires Tremblay is issuin',g 1he fol- lowing recommendations: If a fire breaks out, call the fire department first then try to extinguish it; don't wait until the fire is a bazing inferno before deciding it is too big to handle. For emergency and fires call dial CH4-2253. For all ,other busirmss call the City Iall. The v olun, tecr fire depart- ment is grateful to the Shell Stata crew which handles ire ears and triggers the al, arm. The volunteer depart- ment also has a small gift for all new mothers in t, own. Just contact any fireman ro Valerie Smh, city clerk. 'At 'he  tast regular council meeting of the Town o4 Airway HeiShts held on June 14, Mr. Larry Horton and Mr. CAhford J'oln, ser were apyodnted to fi,U the two vcant council lmsi- tiom. M. florida is a former em- ployee of the town and pres enly is employed by Cmp- betl In, dutrial Supy. Mr. Johnson is the owner ,and operator of the Ai.vay Speed Wash in Airway He',hts. Our congrattlaton, s to Mr. Horton ad Mr. Johnson. rs. Edwa:rd Young is still laspital,ized ter a hip oper- ation May 10. Mrs. Yourg is re- eupevain'g in a Spokane Nurs- ing home. &uy Hastings is home on leave bfore de,parting for Tlmil,and. Welcome home, John Jaris. Sgt. Jarvis has recently re- turned fram Viet Nam, where he spent the last year. He has been re,assigned to Fairchild AFB and is living in Airway Heights. SGT. COTTRELL RETURNS Sgt. Cottrell has returned to Airway Heights fter fur years at Glasgow AFB, Mont. Mr. Cottrell is now retired from *he USAF and is present- ly employed with the Town of Airway Heights. Te COttrellS Imve owned their Itome here for the past 10 years, we we*l- come them back The Harvey Bmdts, long- time residents of Aiwahr Heiglts, will ,be leaving the [first of August fr the RIO I Gr, ande Varlet]m, in Texas. Sgt. [Brandt is reUring from the I USAF a, fter 20 yeas service. [ We re sorry you wig 'be leaving 1 Airway Hights. GET YOUR FREE PRESS Copies of the Cheney Free Press will be available at 10c at Airway Variety Market owned and operated by Har- old and Ellen Cole. Airway Furniture Gets Big Contract Bud and Luverna Buddrius :of Airway Furniture were awarded he co,ntract to dra- pery for Fairchild hospital and den,tal clinic. Mrs. Buddrius said this is one of their larger contracts. It involves dressing up 165 windows. The drapery, a rough tex- ture, fire proof, fiber gLas,s ma- terial was selected in co-rel,ated colors of eIampaign, a,vacado and orange. Last year Mr. and Mrs. Bud- drius redecorated the bacheDr quarters, consisting o,f s avcn apartmen'ts, an the base. This included drapery, carpeting, pictures, etc. and received an A-1 rating in a national de.co,r- ating survey. Funeral Services Held Saturday For Arthur Monaghan Funeral services were held Saturday morning for Arthur J. Moaghn, 66, f,rom Our Lady of Lourdes Cathedral with the Rev. Bernard Barry officiating. Roary was said at 8 o'clock Friday eveni,ng at the Hennessey Funeral home. Mr. Monaghan, a resden. c,f Airway Heights for several years and a councilman until iBness forced his resigtion, died Thursday at a Spokane h, ospital. Since his retirement as a Outdoor Plan To Be Submitted A plan tot tion ,activities is aped by the Airway Heights. ! Sim:e the town Heights does not park and the door recreation are in school, Mayor md council participate in, outdoor space pl,an. Guidelines planning gibility for both eral matching ied at the last Since the pl mitted to the reatior 1, further a }ong range at the July 26 Mayor No.Re dents intcrerAed gram are meeting July 26 the council STREETS OILED The Town of would like to than.ks to the Air i used ,oil they oil the streets control the arold Cole last Sunday, parents and tara on a fishing the fishing waS: a god time waS The BiU becue at their of July. A fixture maker for a metals company, ,he ownte,d and oper- was reparted at ated a motel at Airway Heights. sett home. It He was a member o,f Our Lady the McFarland !of Lourdes Cathedral. I Survivors are his wife, Ce-! , cilia, at the home; a son, Ric,h- ard A. Monaghan, Spokane; five grandchildren, and three . sisters, Mrs. Ethel Weeks, Mrs. I Helen Benson and Mrs. Hazel [Lehn, all f Spokane. BUILDING ADDITIONS The Pat Wises and R.obevt Hoba'n,s are both building addi- ti,ons to their new mobile homes. The Wises are bui*lding a ear.pert artd the Hobans a storage and utility addition. Treat your finest able. $1.15 Open 11 a. Sat. 4 p. SAHARA RE: Airway AIRWAY BigSale-20% 5-PIECE BAR-B-CUE SET PICNIC REDWOOD SET ONLY $39.83 ONLY | See our complete line of home Luverna & Bud Budrius Fried Juicy, Tender, 5 Minutes .... -" Drive In ORDERS  AIRWAY CH Northern Rose Flour or Amerzc ms. i s:heriff,s office, jylGp "Death Row Chaplain" Mrs. toy Keene and f00,mily , -- w.,,.... WHEN YOU NEED INSU 10 pounds .... 73c I, Rev" Kryon ]seaan. ]16 ------ Serving the OF AblY KIND 25pounds...$1.69][ Opening Auction heney and See S ro w n [ t - - Saturday, July 24, 2 p.m. All Standard Od Products 'Farm & Ranch WANTED -- FURNITURE, APPLIANCES, FARM EQUIPMENT, MISC. ETC. SPECIALIZING IN HEATING OILS BRING YOUR ITEMS  WE WILL SELL THEM COME IN AND HAVE COFFEE ON PLENj0000eO; ;00e.:lNO BAKER & ALBERTSON AI H.askins Watch for phone number in next week's adv. Standard O,I Distributor MEDICAL LAKE 235-6378 CHENEY jy 16-23