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Page 8 Cheney Free Press Friday, July 23. 1965 Dr. Jacob, Co-discoverer of DM$O a21nd 5peak At Eastern Wednesday IondittGners. Yourl[ Dr. Stanlley W. Jacob, co-discoverer of dimethyl sulfoxide authorized Meversl[ (DMSO), will speak at Eastern Washington SVe College Wed- ,4,,-I,r - I/nesday, (July 28) morning. ..... |] His talk on DMSO will be at 11:30 a. m. in Sowalter Audi- qA/lq qI:DVII |] tovium on the EWSO campus and is open to the public without ,,,wr* -=, .. -,' ,,. * . w * .J k t Cintra. AND INSTALLATION Write or call Benhardt Building Supply, Reardan, Wash., Phone PY 6-3274 ;pecial Farm Rates 7-23-30 m I I I I II I Dr. J, acab, assks.nt profes- sor ,of sm'gery at the Univer- sity of O:r.ego seha(xl of med- ice, said the ehe,mical, used as a pesticide on trees, has developed into a treatment for pain. n 1959, Dr. Jacob was doing research in the prohiem of poe- serving human ogans. His. re- search led to a secoadary study of a known chemical, DMSO, at that time cosidered "im, p!e." Sonata Recitals Will Highlight Siring Conference July 20, 1945 DIES IN SCOTLAND Flying Officer Sterlting L. Bratten, 23, of the loyal Can- adiart ,air oree, wire Mt week w, as officially declm-ed dead - ter failing to retua.n f,r;a a routine flight irn Scotland on August 23, 1944. Officers Brat- ten whose wife and paven re- side fn Cheney, served as a bombardier. TO NORTH CAROLINA First Lt. Howard SummeFm left Tuesday from for Ft. Lev&s and has been sert to Grees- bua'rotrgh, N. C., to a rest calip fxr reassignment in the states. Lt. Strmmerlin speat a mon*h's fu:lhgoWhit h'a3hatT....s furlough with his we 'at the home .of Mrs. Men,to Smith on Route 3. Cpl..Mary A. Hellway ax. rived in .Spokane Friday mght aer serving 29 months in Eu- rope and is spending a 30 day furlough with his wife and baby and his parents, Mr. and Two sonata recitals by Pau'l R alland, violin, and Howard KaPp, piano, will highlight the fourth anreal week4ong con- ference of the Washirrgton Strin,.g Teachers Associatio epemng at EWSC &malay. First Recital First 'recAtl wil,1 be Monday evening, and will feature the works OF Brahms, Bartok and Schubert. The second wil be WednesSzy evening .with eom- posRions by Fran,ek, Bartok and Beethovem. Both programs will be in Sh*owa,Rer Auditorium on the campts in Cheney, bei .nnin'g at 8:15 p. m. They are open to the public without eharge. Master Classes Roland, head of the string departmeat nd professor of music at the University of Ill,i- nois, will also corrduct master cla,sses in violin at the eon,fe,r- ence. Earp fs assistant profes- sor of musica at UI. Technique and Teaching The week's grogram wiU in- clutde discu, ssions of variots as- pects of string fundamentals, tecPmique .a,rd teaching by di- DMSO, A Pesticide Neax Portland, at the Ceown- Zelllerbach Lumber Co. in Gam- as, Wash., a chemist, gabert Herschl, er, had been worki,ngl vdth DMSO on pesticides re- search. Dr. Jacob said Hersetfler dis, covered that DMSO would pen- ctrate deep into the layers o the tree and wondered if this chracteistic could be used in medicine. Accidental Erperiment Wlile working with DMSO, 'Hc,rschler spile,d some on his !hand and reported to Dr. Ja- cob that it went so fast through h,i,s system that he soon could smell the scent of oysters. Dr. Jacob arranged for 15 1,aboa.atory technicians to aaply DMSO and the result was an immediate scent of oysters on their breaths and they reported the taste of oysters. DMSO Nn-Toxic "We also discovered that DMSO, Iike water, was non- toxic and had a drying effeet," h'e saM. hile working in the lab, Herschle.r burned his herod with a chemical ,and ca,lied Dr. aeob about using DMSO on the burn. "5 told him to give it ,a try," Dr. aeab said. "About a ha hour ]0ater, he caled me and said the pain was gone." "Three and h,al,f hours later, the pain returned," he said. "We conchided that DMSO could provide temlorary re- lief to burns." The next step wars ap,plying DMSO to some 1,000 patients,, at their reque, in the UO Medical School hospital for pains such as those from head- aches, sp,vairs, toth extrac- tions, colds and arthritis. Temporary Pain Relief "We then discovered that DMSO woutd give temporary Mrs. Jason Hollaway at Tyler. WEEKS WEATHER Thmsday 95, Fri,ay 88, Sat- ttrday 86, Sund'ay 80, Maday 77, Tuesday 73, Wednesday 79. Cota'tesy @raham Dreler, cooperative weather observer. The man who is always having his feelings hurt is ,about as pleasing a coImon as a pebble in a slme. POME U,der the swilging sixee er strap, the homely maiden stands. And stands, a.d stands, and stands, ABd stands, and stands, and stand,s. Gibson's prices July 20-26 in- clusive: Camay soap 3 bars for 19, Cake Flour, 44 oz. pkg. 25; Floor Wax, qt. 1.09; Turkey Noodle Soup, 3 cans 29c. LGE. RED BEEFSTEAK Tomaloes .. lb. 1St RADISHES OR Green Onions 3/17 ARMOUR'S SMOKED Picnir ..... lb. 39t TRIPLE.T Rnd. Steaks lb. 79 BIG VALUE Buffer lb. 6So GERBER'S STRAINED Baby Food. 10/98 MAXWELL HOUSE Coffee ..... lb. 72t ENERGY Bleach .... gal. 38] 00;0zeW00'00eg.'67i.001 fereBt orchestra ,conductors. In relief from pain and would re- Dr. Leighton, a mere,bet o add'fion to Roland, these in- duce swelling," he said. the board of governors of the ebxde Donald Thulean, con- Dr Jacob .and Heschler AAPMR, is editor of the asso- ductar ,of the Spokane Sym- then" patented the drug anrdlciations hi.monthly Journal. phony Orohestra; Robe,rt An- ,contirh,ed research [ derson, director of music in l By this time, he sam the - -' -- .- the Edmontls sclmols arm con-]story 6f DMSO was ut' andltate-Safety ;ounctl d00tor sym-lsev/, a pu'tm00t00ons[ Renorts Accident; p:nony; lster Aa,vier Mary, Fo I.hnd aHo ,n 'it ! r-' Wrglt College, and John Haf-I Althoughthe drug first was] D.uriz the monthf June, ,ne,{ praflessor  music at the Isynesized hernically 1001 1965 in pok.ane unty here vwa w a.a .itege.= con-lYems ago, l:he two mea pu,b-lwere fear fatal traffic acci- autor o me wana wua ssrm- lshed tlmir ff on its meal- J dents resulting ha five deaths yffCh'ly. , . , E ....... m __ _. ieal v.u two yea ag..ix ion the ,reets and hi.hways. r " c*n conucr .win am m- drug firms axe researohh[ Compared to 1964 tbeve was eel 'orenestra se,_,o.ns. DlVISO mad application has tone more death in Spokane .onterence .nairman Marvin MutctmAk, EWS as- sistant pa.ofessor of music, vice president of the WSTA and coference chairman, said techniques and ftmdmentals of co,lie teaohing will be dis- cur;sod by Robert Hladky, Uni- versity OF Oregon assistant pro- fessar of music. d BOyingtn, professor of musi, c at Was,hin,gton Ste University, will direct an or- chestra re.ding session Which will close the corfferenee. TWO ASSISTANTS JOIN EASTERN ATHLETIC DEPT. Two new gradltate asitan.s in athletics w join the ]!hst. evn Washington State College fooLrall anti basketba,ll coach. ing staffs next yem'. Dave HoImes, EWSC athletic decto,r and head football coaVk said C lv$hy would wrk witch the Savages "m ikt. ball, and t,hat Bob Taehuk wukl assist lmad basketball coach Faue McKi. Cal Murphy Murphy, ,a gradtmte of the University of BritiSh Com,ba Where ,he phi qarterback, is a former hebacke with tlm profesonal Vancouver Lans. He has coached at Vancouver College, Vancouver, Wash., the past five years. The paxodfial, a!lll.boy ,Mgh school team has won two league ehamhnsps. Bob Tachuk Taehuk, an ex-Universty of Montana football player, w a fhnker with the EdmoBton Es- kimos. He coached at Tentle Lake, Wash., three years, where as hel football eoac ,his temns on o league titles. He va,s assistant basketball Ooch, winning one clmmpion- ship wth his B team. At Sprae last year, Taelm,k coehed football, basketball and telmis. The Sprague team -s second in the Bi42ou.ny basketball race. PLENTY OF PARKING OPEN 9 TO 9 LOCAL GARAGE RENTED Jack Corbit ,has fenced his garage at 215 First street to Sill Griffin o Cheney. The Gffins reside on the Lance Hill a.oad and Ga.iffn ]as worked as a mechanic for sev- er years in Ceny. Corbit is employed at the Cheney loter company. HIGHLIGHTS FROM AIRWAY HEIGHTS By Valerie Smith HIGH WIND PLAYS HAVOC A high wind Saturday took the Tremblay's .awning from [her trailer. No damage was done except a portion o,f the awning hit the fence of thst- ing's traler next door. Iyler News By Wanda Stengle Itayring and vacationing is keeping most of Tyler neigh- bors away from theia, phones. More news {ron he,re in l'ater weeks. Grange is on vacation, too, for the summer. M, rs. Gilbert Peterson re- ports that last Tuesday Mrs. Myrtle A. Able:man, Mrs. Fran- cis Child es attended home ec- onomics conference a,t East Spokane grange. She accepted a gift for Doris Betz, Who was a blue ribbon winner o,f the Po- moire judging for her e.ntry c co,okies. Danny Gustafson from Spo- kane, cous',in o,f Mrs. S:haron She,a, is spending several week at their ,home. tier brother, Tom Sparrow, is en.ioyiz,g ,a visit with the Ira Shea family. Mr. :and Mrs. Art Stengle and boys retua.ned from two wee,ks c.amllag trip to Yell, owstone ,park and a visit to Dodge City. As our 7-yearokl remarked, "mther, our town doesn't have: mayor, ,or .a president or a po.liceman but ,it sua.e .is nice to be ,home." Mrs. John I-h:m and dough- tea" Kay and Mrs. Myrtle Able-: man called on Mrs. Ida Ham of Clen, ey Friday. Dr. Jack Leighton Chairs Convention Dr. Jack R. Leigkton, di- rector of the EWSC division of heath, physical education, rec- reation a.,,xi athletics, s,erved as chairman of the American As- sociation for Physical and Men- tal Rehabilitation at its annum convention in New York City l'ast week. The convention was a joint m, eetkg of the AAPMR, the American Ass'n of Reihabilita- lion Therapists and the Amer- ican Ass'n of Reha, bilitation Ad- ministrators and Coo.rdinators. been ,made to the Fedeeal Food[ County this year. arid Drtg Administration far[ The total d ehs shatewide dstributio. ' [ r yr through the mnth Dr. Jacob said he expects lee June was 294 nd in this the FDA to apovove DMSO as ] county the total death toll thus a medicine in 1966. lear June 30 was 25. U. of W. Is Seeking Help On Effects of Earthquakes Return to: Seismograph Station University of askin'gton Seattle, Washington 98105 To Pacific North,vest residents: The University of Washington is conducting an ineiga- tion in, to the effects of the April 29, 1965 oaxthqtmke with a view to zing the hazard in future sffocks. It woukl be grealy apreeie ff you would fi1 ",an and return ths loom, Which is beirg pried as a public .xvioe, if you obsewed physical dan..,ge: PLEASE Da of struck .................................................... Time ............ a. m. ............ p.m. City ........................................................ District ................................ Address ................................................................................................ Name .................................................................................................... Describe damage briefly: House or building: Windows PlasCer Bricks Cormrete Other Soil or bed,oek: Slide Cracks .......................................................................................... Settling ............................................ ; ............................................ Other .............................................. .: ............................................. Other physical ffects rmted, maea as ground waves, change in flew of wells, etc. If you experienced the 1949 earthquake in your presem location, please comtmre: I Sign,ature: Thank ................ CAR IS STOLEN Larry Horton's 1959 Chevro- let, 4 door was stolen from where it was parked on Tret Avenue in Spolane. Mr. Her- ton was leaving work at Camp- bell Industrial last Thursday eve, ning arid found his car miss- ing. The can. is white with AH fire dept. sticker on the ront d has license No. CAU 722, in t,e even!t the c, ar is sighted, please call Mr. Hortan in Air- way Heights. The Howard Yates' family have relatives visiting. Joan Yates, mother, grandmother nd brother are visiting from M'ntana and Oregon. They plan 'to stay until Mrs. Y,ates' baby arrives. Mr. and Mrs. Keith McD,on- aid .and three children, Bryan, Brad and Kelly, of Belle.rue, were weekend guests of h or father, J. D. Jaequith. Mr. and Mrs. William Cross- ,art spent last week t,arin,g lhe Canadian San Juan islanfls cn a 43-foot ToHycraft eabi,n cruiser. GUESTS AT NOLTE HOME The Ralth NoLle family has re.iatives visiting from Covina, CMff. Mr. and Mrs. M.les and 6aughter, Tcrrie Sue, age five, arrived Friday in their new ne Airway Heights Pioneer Bu Keep Growing With the Trend Several businesses at Air-, way Heights started up more than 15 years ,ago when the area was mostly an open field. Among the p4one'ers are Mol- ly Mitchell, postmistress, who came to the VLHage in 1948 and the postoffice 'had only 12 box- es. Now, there are 220. Her home is in back of the lost- office building. Aloe pioneers are Mr. and Mrs. William Crossett, wko started a furniture, hardware and ,appliance store oa the Base in 1951. In March 1956 they built the Vil2age Store on .highway No. 2. The site was purehased from the Pac River Lmnber company, who had several sin,all old buildings that had to be razed. Crossett said 15 years a,go boat sales was ,a small part of the bus'iness but with the in- crease of boating rccreation and ake facilities for families, boats came to the front and that department took so much time that two years ago the stre building was divided and half the space leased to Bud and Luverne Buddrius, who purchased the furniture and a,ppliance port/on. Today the Crossetts have The Musser's horn Inn was btilt a good eating reatioz and latest ddit/on is ture golf course Inn. Among the George Steen's whieh .is ing modernization sion. Woo's is the newest specialize in have a seating Don't forget to Cheney Free uith's Airway cery or Heights Variety Dixie And Opening New Sunday, Cafe 6 a. m. to$ Except 8 a. m. to We specialize in Airway ton truck with the trolaicana the hrgest disphy of new and used boats in the Inland Em- camper. Mrs. Myles is Ralph pire. N,lte's sister. The fami,les are Another pioneer business is enjoying the lolte swim!mig D. A. Jaquith's Airway Hei.ghts p00,1 and the children h'aare Grocery that was owned arid Airway be,en rid!ing the Kiggins' pon,y operated by Mrs. for some additional excite- lrank. After :her husband's menlt, death Mrs. Frank continued to OPEN 7 DAYS GRASS FIRES operate the store for seveTal 7 A. M. TO STILL A HAZARD ye,rs then se]:]Sng to l%oy os- enbaum, who six years ago sold Fresh Grass fires are still darger- it to the present owner, ceries, ous in Airway He,i,ghts; the 1,ast Aso pioneering the are Merchandise. fire reporte:d was across from:were the A. L. Musse.s, who the A. D. Reams' home. Wheai began the cafe business fn the D.A. the siren blows for a fire the present Mainline care which is Get your Free Fire Department ruslhes as now owned by Mr. and Mrs. fast as possible to the station. Hank Sosstrom. The fire chie,f requests resi- dents, e:specially chldre to stay off streets," when the siren soun,ds. This helps firemen get to the fire ,and helps avoid serious accident :such as a child running into he street and get- ting hit. SWIM CLASSES Swimming chsses beitg held at the Cheney pool are a big suss this year far Airway ,, Heights chiktren. Qute a hum- "rig ber are attending from .here. Classes include bbegirmers through life saving. ,ow, w,00,s Drive In rt the past few weeks there has been a rash o small thefts round Airway Heights, suc'h as sprink, s, gmden tools and lawn furniture being taken. The Town ,Mamhal requests that all residents be a*lered WHEN YOU NEED INS when dogs bark late at mgtt; take in smaller item* that ean OF ANY KIND be easir]y stolen. If you iheaa" or see a'nron,e in your yard hte See a,t nght, call the Town Mar- sh,aH at CH 4-3707 immediately. Tremblays Have Visitors B r o w n A marine corps friend, A1 Garver, will be visiting Bob I Age " Tremblay this Thursday. Bob nsurance nc hasn't seen A1 for about 10 yeas and is anticipating the vsit. Carver is presently sta- We pecialize In lioned in Neva@a. The folow- ing Wednesday ormer resi- Farm & Ranch Insurance dents of Airway Heights, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Butler and COME IN AND HAVE COFFEE ON children of Boise, Idaho, will alo be visitin,g the Tremblys. The Butlers will be here AIRWAY HEIGHTS or about a week. They will MEDICAL LAKE also be visiting the liehard Srmihs :acid other friends. NEW OWNERS New owners of the Dixie Cafe and Mel, Mr. and Mrs. MPlin De, vlm purVbased the place Srom Mr. amt Mrs. BOATS Pran Decker,  open this Sunday at 8 a. m. and special- ize in breakfast. NEWS IN BRIEF Mr. ,and Mrs. Ray Lelie re- turned last week fom a ,,,,"""-r month's wacation in the su,th. Tlmy visited Mrs. IRie's son in New Ollean and frieXds B y arid rehtives in Miama, Fla. U They also visited .her other son, Lawson W estherry, now stati,oned at Seym)ur Johnson AFB at @lesbaro, N. C. They returned through Oklahoma the Largest Display of new ,arid visited some friends there. Ms. Merril and 4augter, N, army, ,ecompanied the I,l'lies Boats in the Inland Em to Oklahloma to visit her par- en,00s. We still have a complete sele The new water line is being instn,llecl in the alley between at clearance prices. 13th ,and 14th from Lundstrom street west to Loller. The old line ks very weak in this area] Bring your trade and take home a and n occasion an unepectecl leak may occur. I)o't be a.larmed if the water is Shut (We will trade for anything off, it will be for a hrt time only. not eat) Bob 13ricksn and son, Larry, . . ret ,twned from their vacation in Montara last Wednesday. Mrs. Village Store Eckson stayed in North Dako- ta with ,hey ,ail.g grandmher. Dorma'Erickson is visiting some AIRWAY HEIGHTS, WASHINGTON rinds in Shelby, Mont. The Erieksan,'s Bagdad Bwl is CH 4-3636 closed until the 26th of this month. Fried Juicy, Tender, 5 Minutes .......... , BURGERS, ORDERS AI RWAY CH