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Page 2 Cheney Free Press Friday, July 23 1965 WASHINGTON AND "SMALL BUSINESS" By C. WILSON HARDER CHENEY FREE PRESS ESTABLISHED 1896 PUBLISHED AT 412 FIRST ST., CHENEY, WASH. E,tered at the Post Office at Cheney, Washington, as Second Class Mater 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 July, 1955 Dr. W. J. Orlo,b held open ,house Friday &apos;at his new o,f,fice quarters on College Avenue. The 14-room budding is par- tially new and partially rebuilt from the old city hall building. Dr. M. F. Mil.ler, optometrist, will have office space on the ground floor. Two aartme,nts ,on the seeorM floor slmu, M be completed in September. One hundred and three sum- mer school students will re- ceive degrees at cmmence- meat exercises July 29. They are EiHiam Eugene Ca,hilt, J(Lm P. Ferakb, Mary G. Judd, Mary Lunneborg Kulm, Efleen L. Massey, Donald Earl Min- nieh, Claudia Rooth Patterson and Hazel Reid. Miss Janet Douglas and Dr. Dm'yl G. Hagie are the new deans at Eastern Washington college. A reunion of the class of 1935 will be held in Sutton park Sunday. Arrangements committee are Mr. and Mrs. Moniay evening in the Con- gre'ati:ona,1 church with Dr. H. J. Bass officiating. Miss Janice Cady and John Wayne Tyler, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Tyler, were united in marriage June 23 at Port- land. Susanne Salt celebrated her rfirh birthday Wednesday. Guests were Marie artley, Harriet Dressier, Janet Spen- cer, Marilyn Spencer, Betty Jean Cobb, C.l,ara Coulter, Rar- bara Barton, Joann Arders>n, Marilyn Morgan, Sharpie Ber- nard, Carolyn Dicldnson, Mari- ly, Grieve ,and Esta Lee Salt. Mrs. B. R. Lean cond,ueted a Camp Fire c(mrt of awards last week assisted by Mrs. M. S. Jones, Mrs. A. B. Cutting and Mrs. F. N. Daniels. 29 Years Ago July, 1936 A contract was let Tuesday eveming by the city eotmil for paving of Fourth street be- tween A and C streets at a cost ....... of 82041 The c,oun:cil a eed Wm. Spence,ellAnn treirson) to "a" 4  ............ Lffr ; lddings ot nay,uen lake, wlnm-lan, d nrn.nprtv n*,no,c ,rill ,,, red (Killin) Rus:sel'll, W,inni-[th " lalceJwi'"A;.:,7 .Pff.. fred (Hubbard) Wtls'on, Gerald-Itraot ,,,i, ,h, r.,1,,a A,,,, .  v vylll uII,E; .l.lll,fillU. d'L,i,zzlca  me (Rddl.e) Yoong, .and Kermlt [ caravan ......... , ............ uudoif of poKane anu tatn- pro:_: ........ ;" , r , ..... . ,/;ry ,I)wn'rs C(S,[S Wlll De men ttyan) bamons ann nemn $61 per" lot. (Haas) Fads of Oheney. Members of the Cheney vol- ' Conservation News @" By Clarence A. Kelley SCS Technician The Washington Sa,e Sol ad Water Con,servation Com- mittee and the Washington As- s,cold,ion of Soil nd Water Conserwtion Distorts will host more than 200 Louisana farm- ers and bankers on a tour of the Palouse, July 27. The Pa- llouse trip will be part >f a "tour that will take the visitors through Montana, I d,aho, Was,h- ington and Oregon. The group, traveling by tain, will rrive in Spokane at 8 a. m. July 27. B,reakfast is scheduled immediately at the Davenport ho,te4 with J. W. Cornvall, Fairfield, serving as re,aster of ceremonies. Donald Bows her, manager o,f the Spokane hamber o,f Com- merce Agricultural Bureau, plans to welcome the guests ,rod ttartley KreugeG state di- rector .of commerce and devel- opment, will give them srom Diene Aiene J, ohnson, two- nmnth-oM daughter of Dr. and Mrs. James A. /ohron, was 'baptized in St. J(hn's Cathed- God-lmrents were Mr. und Mrs. Rex Waiker of Seattle and Miss Betsy Ogden of Rosaa. no Charge for this service. It is i done by the volunteers in the  v a_ l inerest of fire prevenon. u leafs go j The entire Inland, Empire .i,,. o I swe.ltared in the years warm .J., 1.45 ..... " _f tz M, ,-,H,A $,-,,, I eat weeK. The mercury, started teachin afteJr 57 years of ac-]clrmbmg Thursday and it 102 Uvty in'the educa,ti'on find. He IbYrMndaT" VCednesdey the em mmperamre arge had been ertgaged in education- a,1 work in Cheney the past 28 and the official reading just ye:ars. Mr. Hedge's teaching career beg, an in 1888, vthen at the age of 17 he taught six moths in winter and attended Indiana State Normal school in summer. He ta,ught at Weis- er, Moscow :and Klogg, Idaho before eomig to Washington, where he was prircipal at Ab- erdeen. He was county superin- ten'dent of Grays Harbor coun- ty and came to mney in 1917. Mbs Betty Schreder, daugh- ter ,of Mr. and Mrs. ALfred Schreder, became the bride o Lt. (jg) tIoward Truman abase CALL FOR BIDS Eastern Washington State College Separate sealed bid propos- als are avaihble for education- at equipme and/or supplies by Eastern Washington State College in the office of the Di- rector of Purchasing, Roon 121, Showalter Hall. Proposal forms may be ob- tained at the above office. T. T. Wall Director of Purchasing. (July 1, 1965-July 1, 1966) Directory O. 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 ii ii i II ELECTRIC SERVICE AT ITS BEST Phone 2354410 EDGETT BROS. unteer fire department this general in,formation about the week armurmed that they.state and its econ,omy. Orlo were ready to go bead with Kmuter, state conservati,onist their armual summer ogravn for the U. S. Soil Conserav%in [of brning   4r. gra ol Service will brief the group on vacant property wRere r re- a bus trip planned through the quested by owners. There is grain ;and pea area of the Pa- after 2 p. m. was 92. Mrs E. F. Schadeg, Mrs. French and Mrs. O,bed William- son ,tterMed the international rel.ations conference at WSC fast weekend. Retiring officers of the Women ,of the Moose, Cheney lodge, took first pla,ee honors in ritualistic competition among lodges of the entire Northwest. Members of the de- gree tea, m were Mayme Lund- by, Elizebeth McDowe]l, Eve- lyn 5artsen, Minnie Loather, M,aie Cortley, Mildred Van Brtmt, Nola Morse, Daisy Webb, Ethel Ryn artd Ella Hubbard. Mr. and Mrs. Ralvh Ander- sen, Mr. and Mrs. John Gib- son, Miss Model Ovevlee, ,Ray Slt, Elmer batney ,and Alex Ruse attended the Red and White store picnie at Diamond lake. Waahlngton Bar Aimociation The Swinging Door The m)dern supermarket where Mrs. Shpper ,bought her groceries had doors that opened autom,atically vhen- ever anyone stepped on the rubber mats leading in or out of the store. The entrarce d'aor swung in- w'ard and was plainly marked "in only," while the exit door swung outward and was clearly marked "out only." A safety device was suIosed to pre- vent either door from opening iS someone were in the way. On :her way toards the exit door one a{terno,on, Mrs. Shopper walked be,hind the entrance door. Because an- other customer stepped on the rubber mat outdo at the same instant, the entrance door swung open, hitting Mrs. Shop- per and causing her serious in- juries. She sued the spermarket, cla:imintg that it was need:gent in maintainging an unsafe door. Do you think that the store ws liable in this ease? An investigation disclosed 10. Luncheon stop will be at the Wahirgton State University. Scott Bar, president of the Washington State Ass'n, SW- CD, will be n charge of the program which will eature talks by Dr. C. Clement F.ah, WSU ,president; Dr. Hem'y Smith, WSU staff, who will tell somehirg of the geology of the Paluse, ald Verle Kaiser, SCS agronomist, vtbo will discuss: lalouse erosion problems. Following the luncheon the tour will head back to Slokane. Stops may be made to and from Pullman to view farming operations first hand. The Louisiartrts will be ac- companied to the Northwest by farm .editors a,d broadcast- ers from hat rea. Soil Corser- rattan District officials, agron- omits, editors and broadcast- ers from Spokane and eastern WaShington will join the visit- ers on their trip tlou.Zh the i PMouse. that the safety m,anism, de- signed to prevent this very kind of accident, was out of order. The store, the curt saM, had a duty to make adequate and periodic inpectis of such safety devices to see tlmt they functiov_ed properly. This it 'had ailed to do. The court ruled, tberefere, that the store was l.able and that Mrs, Slmlaper ,could recover damag- es. The law places special bier- dens on owners and operators of 'places used by the public such 'as a grocery store, to be espocaHy vigilant in mintain- ing a :safe place for customers. On the other ,hand, a store is not ,a camp,late insurer of anyone injured ,on its premises. Shoppers do have same re.spon- sibildty for their own well be- in!g. (This column is written to inform, not advise. Facts may c h'age the :application of the taw.) OPINION OFFERED "Should I take junior tO the zoo tomorrow?" "Heck n,o. If the zo wants him, let 'era come nd get him." STATEMENT QUESTIONED Know what the most out- standing product is that chem- istry ,has given the world? Blondes There kre an estimated 23 mil,Iion 4-H 'Mumni in the U. S. Due to a recent Supreme the National Federation of Ia- Court ruling, postal department dependent Business. must now deliver free all prop- * * * aganda mailed into this nation The law provided that if from communist nations, such communist literature was * * received addressed to resi- Future historians will ua- dents of this nation, before de- doubtedly be more perplexed livery the postal department in trying to should notify the addressee of explain this the arrival and ask if he decision than wanted it delivered. perhaps any other handed down by this tribunal. Under an in0ernational postal agree- ment made long before c.w. Harder there were communists, co: wars, and other modern mm: festations, nations to the agrc, meat are supposed to handle free of charge pamphlets, et al, mailed into a country. Right after World War II, the communists really took advan- tage of this situation, mailing in tons of propaganda. But as President, Truman put a stop to this, and the order was continued under Eis- enhower. One of the first acts of the Kennedy regime was to nullify this order, with the re- sult that as many as 75,000, 000 pieces of propaganda from communist nations poured in. Then following the Kennedy 'assassination, when it was learned that his killer Oswald, had previously been active in New Orleans distributing im- ported communist propaganda literature, a law regulating the matter was passed by the Congress, supported by 82% of the nation's independent busi- ness proprietors voting through ) National Federation of Independent Busineu But the ublquitious Civil Lib- erties Union immediately made an issue ever this law before the Supreme Court. The Court's decision was based on Article I of the Bill of Rights which prohibits inter- <rc:=," : with freedom of '" f-eedom of press. ,2 Ldl of Rights . :, ca.y all articles con- iAmaiiy refers to a clause "rights of the people." * $ * Herein lies an Interesting point. When the Constitution was written, was it intended to give rights to the Hungarian people, or give all peoples of the world rights to interfere with the United States? The Supreme Court in the decision also took the posi- tion that if some one engaged in a restricted defense job wanted to receive this com- munist literature he might be endangering his continued em- ployment. It will probably be great comfort to the U.S. forces ha Vietnam, daily exposed to the danger of slaughter in com- munist ambushes, to know that people employed in secret de- fense activity can receive for- eign communist propaganda for their leisure reading with no affect on their job security. Four Lakes By Mrs. Sidney Larson FIFTY-EIGHT PEOPLE ATTEND FAMILY REUNION The Randall family reunion was held over the weekend at Park Lane with 58 present. Six o,f the eight children of Mrs. Laura Randall were there, and many grandchildren and great grande,hitdren. Among tno.se from Rur Lakes were Mrs. Ethel Howell from Medical Lake and Mrs. Bert Spoar. Oth- ers present were Bert Spear, Mr. and ,Mrs. Ted Radon and family, Mr. ,arid Mrs. Del, bert Gleam and children and Mr. arid Mrs. Lee Wilcox and fam- ily. 4-H PICNIC,TOLD The Busy Firgers picnic at the Earlscourt cottage at Deer Mke, was well a, ttended, last week. Those taking oars were Mrs. R. Atkms, Mrs. R. Mace, M,rs. J. Hartford and Mrs. 19ars- eou,rt. The girls attending were Sandy and Kathy Barrick, Mar- tha Yokum, ayle Wilcox, F_ine Phillipson, Cindy Ra- don, Janet, Lirda ,and J'acky Lynn Itartford, Sherry and SarMy R0',lm, Nora Lou anti Judy Moore, Lavonne and Con- rie Atkins, Sara Kay Mace and Str and Connie Barlscouvt. MISSIONARY SPEAKS Rev. John Reetz ,and family ns'sbnaries from Brazil, had charge of the morning worslaip service at the Four Lakes church Sunday. GRANGE AARY MEETS ! The Grarge Auxiliary. met ;last Thursday for potluck din- ner with Mrs. Robert Sott. '/?hey decided to dispense with the August meeting and re- sume again in September. If the gvarge .has its usual fai', the auxilmry will l'bave a both. K I RKPATRIC-'K-SITORS Mr. and Ms. Hewitt Krkpat- rick and dughter Gayle from Issaquah visited at the Kirk- patrick home last Monday. Also callirg we're Mrs. Paul Peter- son, Linda and Janet Hartford and a cousin Cavo,1 McLain. Sunday visitors at the Lee Wileoxes and Mary WLtcoxes were Capt. and Mrs. A[an Budge and family from Scott AFB, Ill The Budy are being trans, ferred and are en route to Ja- pan vthere they will be station- ed. Mrs. Budy is the omer Kay Hickman and a niece of Mrs. Mary Wi[cox. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth May- bue from Thousand Cakes, Calif., are guests of their grandmother, rs. Mary Wil- cox. Mrs. Esther Grimes fro,m Se- attle is visitirg with Mrs:. Gret- cben Maser. Mr. and Mrs. F, rank Rogers visited Saturday with Mrs. Maser. , Mrs. K, ay Kiser .and children I and Mrs. Ray Dirks are spend-I ing this week at Metaline Falls t with Mr. Dirks. . . [ Mr. and Mrs. Cxly Stanaer-/ for went to Wenatehce 1,ast/ Wednesday and dsited Mr. and Mrs. Sandy Adsit. Th:u,rsday. M. and Mrs. Standerfer and Mrs. Lucy Standerfer tok a trip to Moyie SprnRs, Idaho, and visited Mr. ,and Mrs. Ham- er Hoieomb. Saturday Mrs. Hazel Powell and daughter arm family, Mr. i and Mrs. Bruce Tramm and sns, Gone and Brian of Los Angeles, were dinner guests of heir mother and grand- mother Monday. Mrs. L. A. Wats'h from Spokane was a din- nor guest of Mrs. KirkFatrick. Mrs. I/abort Attania from Fullerton, Calif., has ben vis- iting her sister, Mrs. Jmnes Harmon. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Larson and children visited at the Sidney Lars,on,s Saturday eve- ning. It was the birthday of Gerald's father; cake and ice cream were served. Sund,ay Mr. and Mrs. Lavson and Leigh Ann visited Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Lange on Moran Prairie. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peters,on and family visited Sunday eve- nirg at the Gerald barsons. Mr. and Mrs. Boots Earls- court and family, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hill and fam,ily and Mr. and Mrs. Don Lang and family spent Sunday at Deer lake. Jim and Skip Ear'lsco,urt spen the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. John Jones and fam- ily ,at Pond Oreille lake. Mr. arm Mrs. Robert Scott a- tended a dinner in Sokane Saturday, put on by Western Pine for these in the Safety program at the company. Mrs. Frank Higgens, sister of Mrs. Anna Erfurth, return- Amber News e Mrs. N. A. Cordill Mr. and Mrs. John H. Itarris and sons entertained Sunday with a dinner in ,honor of Mr and Mrs. John M. Harris' 43rd wedding anniversary. Other guests included Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Haskins, Gone and Clau- d4a of Chancy. Mrs. N. A. Cordill entertain- ed the Young Gals bridge ciub fast week with Mrs. Dick Jof dan and Mrs. Dan Lambert as guests. Prizes were won by Mrs. ttoward Mars,h, Mrs. Mike Marslh and Mrs. Fred So, oy. The club will meet next with Mrs. F. N. McKinley on July 28. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Cum- mings, Mike and Patty Ann were Su,nday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Calvert. Shirley and G,ail Hartley left Monday for Kendriek. Idaho, where they will be house guesLs of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Holt. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Alder- son and Mike of Spokane wer Sunday supper guests o,f Mr. and Mrs. Kentt Sooy, Carol and Gary. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Oeser accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Andy Trombetto of Tek,oa en- joyed a drive to Bayview, Idaho Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Fisher of Portland were gusets of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Calvert for din- ner Saturday evening at t'he Holiday In,n in Spokane. Mr. Fisher is a sales represent- tire for the Federal Cartridge Company. Shirley, Gall, Michael and Eric Hartley were house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Tbledo and Ricky of Spokane. J(hnny Harris was a Thurs. day overnight guest of Mike Crabb of Cheney. Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Kid- wel'l, Jim and Beth and Mrs. Marion B,air were Saturday overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. t%ichard Jordan a::d fam- ily. Mr. :and Mrs. Ivan Calvert Mr. and Mrs. Keith Cummings and family and Miss Becky Conrath were Sunday callers at the Melvin Marsh and Mrs. Josie Marsh homes. Sunday evening col.lets of the Melvir ed to her holne in Se,attle Fri- day after .a week's visit here Friday evening, Mrs. I{attie Van Camp and Mrs. Ray Tay- br of Spokane visited Mr. and Mrs. Sam Van Camp. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Her- man from Spokane spen Satur- day evening with the Van Camps. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Porter o. Deer Park, stoppod to visit at Vn Camps Monday as they went to Oregon to visit. The Porters are former Four Lakes residents. Francis Chappell from Ford visited ,his aunt, Mrs. Erl Pen- dell hst Wednesday. Mrs. Earl Pen,dell has been stayin!g in Spokane with her daughter, Mrs. Barbara Mat- tausch, who has been ill. Mrs. Jessie Silcoek had dn- ner with the Pendells last Fri day. [Marshes were Mr. i Bud Harris.. Mrs. Franc Rarder man o,f Lamont were visitors of Mr. aM ChaNes E. Miller. House guests of Mr. F. N. McKinley for last week were Mrs. Miller of Nez Perce Juanita Ben=son and California. Mr. and Mrs. Hank of Spokane were ing visitprs of Mr. Gilmore Rietz and Garden By Phyllis TRIP TO CANADA Mr. and Mrs. Walter son and son David from a trip to trip took them to Lake and Radium Hot ional park. A stop Dra.yton Valley to visit a :)f Mr. Ilobinson. WEDDING SET FOR Mr. and Mrs. Joe announce the enga ,coming marriage daughter C arl,atta to Miller of Spokane. cling will take place Lady of Lourdes church on Aug. 21 .at A miscellaneous bridal was bold July 17 at of Mrs. Edward J,c,se,phine Runck was tess. NEWS BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. Schmidt and son Sunday with the family at lower Twin potlu,ck was served aftern'oon was spent skiing. Mrs. V. J. Kl,ine ident of the our elub. S:everal other were 'also there. Mr. and Mrs. Walter son had as visitors a of Mr. Robinson and hil from Carttn, Nev. A Canada, Mrs. Sester, als,o. The family is the il]ne:ss of their Mrs. Cora Robinson. field. Mr. and Mrs. .and family, an uncle Glenn Wahl, is They make their allp and s'o,pped on to North Dakota to relatives. Mr. and Mrs. M,mwoe a cousin of Mrs. Leo Pohnd, Ore., here for severa ( Jim Abitzs .is borne ing from r pendidtis; he is ad pkalas on being work before lIng. Mrs. Carl Atzs, of all ,city STOP clu'b with ,her new poUo she has visited the 'and will be a guest chubs ,at least om'e !tedm of office is up Mr. arid Mrs. Deaa and 0arlene spent the at Al, bine Cove, friends. Miss Andrea Russell ing at Priest lake and with a cousin for a 0 I Galaxle 500 2-Door Hardtop The 1965 Big Fords are on their way to passing the million mark in sales. We're out to make sure the mark is passed by offering big clear. ance buys on every Ford Hardtop, Sedan, Wagon and Convertible we've got! Don't wait! This is the savingest event of the year! Test...and invest...in the best! See your FORD DEALER CLEAN UP ON SAVINGS AT YOUR FORD DEALER  USED CAR RATCLIFFE COMPANY 402 Second Street RECOi00 BREAKiN6 "66 FORD CLEARAN00 SALE Phone 235-6238, Cheney,