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y Heighls square dance, includ- will be held 4 from 8 to 11 p. m. in Airforce Base lnity co,niter. occasion is in common- of National Airforce week. Residents of Medical Lake, Arway and others in the area Lakeside squares, Medi- group that meets reg- once a month, plan to the dance which will place of their regul'ar dosi-do. Ca, ossm, an will be the col- BUYS TRUCK 1955 3/4 ton, Chevrolet as purchased by the OF Airway Heights for and street depart- fTOm Kay's Truck Ser- SCOUTS, BROWNIES Junior Girl Scout group 5 and 6th graders at Air- Heights has been organ- Mrs. Lois Greenleaf. Brownie group is being for second and third Anyone interested in or any mother willing is asked to call Mrs. at CH 4-2178. Internal Revenue Service To Give Special Examination A Special Enroltment Exam- ination for persons ether than attorneys ,and certified public aceountans who wish to qual- ify for practice befo,re the Treasury Department will be conducted by the I'n,ternal Revenue Service in Seattle on Sept. 23 and 24, 1965, District Director of Internal Revenue Neal S. Warren, announced today. Applications to take the ex- aminati'on and other informa- tion may be obtained by writ- ing to the Revenue Service, Sixth and Lenora Building, Seattle, Wash. 98121 Garden Springs By Phyllis Schmidt FLOWER SHOW HONORS Mrs. Earl H. Selle won honors for best aster, mari- gold, petunia and zinnia a,t the Inland Empire Flower, Talent a,nd Hobby Craft Show, at the interstate Fairgrounds this past week. CANADIAN TRIP Mr. and Mrs. Art Jones and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jones, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Little and family are among the five cave man trailer cara- van leaving to spend a week Paradise Prairie [were the Harry Rices of SPO- 0 [kane, ,and Mrs. Mayland and I Gail of Scattle. Harsha]] News o[ Miss Bonnie Morrison ree- l ently spent three de.ys Wit- By Lana Evans ing the Maylands in Seattle. Tuesday evening she attended 4-H CLUB NEWS the Norwegian Exposition at The next meeting of the the Civic Center. Tuesday night guest of Pat Morrison tSYLVANIANS ARE WITH WEST the past two weeks Joe Marretlo and the and the MACh- homes were Ann Galtagher of Rose- Pa., and Mr. and Mrs. Buschko and five chil- Johnston, P. Gallagher is Mrs. Mar- mther and a 'sister of and Mrs. Busch- Pennsylvanians were impressed with the thoroughly 6fi- their visit at Airway as well as some side: BOARD MEETS Christian Church board will be held Tuesday, 7:30 in the church, re- Mrs. John Ditton. BRIEFS Glenn Eggers of AthoI, is visiting her sister, HeinAchs. and Mrs. Bud Waddell to Pierre, S. D. to get Maryan,n, who working at a sum- in Pierre. Return- the Waddetls for a visit wa's her sister, Mfller and son, and Mrs. Miller's .a,d two neph- South Dakota. CRfford Johnson is act- Clerk. Mrs. Valerie is vacati,onig at Priest With her 'husband and C. Heavner has as her guest a sister, Mrs. Jansen of lasco. A D. Je ,nsen, of Kala- aIso visited Mrs. O. Hobart ,had a cos- last Friday. and Mrs. Ed Olsen on Mrs. Olsen's motmr. Bahlwin, at Pullman ue Bowling $1.4 Including tax Opening For Men, Women .'ed League Bob or Winnie Bagdad Bowl Prairie Prancers 4-H Ilorse club will be held Sept. 7 at 7 p. m. at the West residence. Record books must be com- pleted nd ready to turn in. GRANGE NEWS Paradise grange will 'hold its regular meeting ts eve- ning at the grange hl. About 30 people attended the potl,uck drmer to begin the season at Four Corners grange. A business meeting followed. HORSE SHOW SCHEDULED Summer's end Iorse Show will be held this Saturday, Sunday, and Monday at Ar- gonne Village arena. This will be the last big show of the season. Everyone is weteome to attend. CHENEY HIGH GRADS MARRIED Mr. and Mrs. Larry Zaring, recently married in Priest River, Idaho,-are making, their !home in Seattle where Mr. Zaring is employed. Mrs. Zar- mg is the former Rose Marie at Wells Gray Park in Can- Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Johnson. PERSONAL MENTIONS Friday night dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Morrison lyler News Heights Cft 4-3649 a28-s3 Heights Grocery 7 DAYS A WEEK A.M. TO 9 P.M. Produce Meats, Gro- Toiletries, General D. A. Jaquith ttr Free Press here jy23f ado. The week will be spent sight seeing and enjoying trail- er life. LUCKY WINNERS Last week the Maple Leaf grocery celebrated its 10th an- niversary with a drawing for free boxes of groceries; the lucky winners were Gladys Odum, A1 West, Ethel Cassel man and Mrs. J. H. Doores; each received ,a large box or sack of assorted groceries. CARNIVAL HELD A carnival was ,held at the .home of Mr. and Mrs. David Jones hst week to raise funds for the Muscular Dystro- phy ftmds. Booths of chance, sale items and entertainment were the feature activities. Neighborhood children put- ting on the carrival were San-: dra Shilliam, (1arlene Silliam, Oarlone Backer, Rose Backer, Janene Jones, Kady Jones, Dorrm Teetes and Linda Louis and Mr. and Mrs. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Sehmidt arid Tony spent Sun- day at Potlatch, Idalm visiting friends. Dean Shilham and Art Shil- liam returned .rom i weekend saln, fishing trip on the coast, Dean was a lucky win- ner of a Coleman camp stove in a salmon derby drawing. Rain didn't stop atbout 75 boys and girls from attending the week camp out of the Marsiall Community church on Silver lake. Among some of the neighborhood children were Quinsana Whl, Juiie Wahl, Mike Chaff George and Bryon Guest, !Darl Larson, and Tony 'Sehmidt. Phyllis Sc ,hmidt and Virginia Vanderlin were sup- per guests of the camp Thurs- day. :Mrs. Glenn Wahl is spend- ing the week in Missoula, Mont. vi.siting her parents. Kathy Wahl, daugl-Ker of Mr. ad Mrs. Leo Vahl will be spending a week camping with the church Missionettes. Mr. and ,Mrs. Leo WaM have as their guest her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. C. Meyer of Longview, Wash. Mrs. Roy Droz 'has as her house guest ber sister, Mrs. G. Sehemanski. Mrs. Lawrence Sehmidt spent Tuesday ,afternoon at the home of Mrs. V. J. Kline, president of the Pour Lakes |n By Wanda Stengle HONORED WITH SHOWER Wednesday evening Mrs. El- sie Ableman and Mrs. John Ham and daughters, Sue and Iaye, held a personal shower .at the Ableman home in Che- ney for Mrs. Wilma Plotts. Mrs. largie Brown, Mrs. Elea- nor ScheI1, Mrs. Myrtle A. Ableman, Mrs. Helen Jackson, Mrs. Polly Ablemacn of Tyler attended. Mrs. Dot Jotm_son, Mrs. ,MaNe Py and daughter Linda, Mrs. Betty Hale, Mrs. Jeanette Ham .and daughter Laurie were guests from Che- ney. MRS. RIETH FUNERAL Mr. and Mrs. John, Man.rot attended funeral services far her grandmother, ,Mrs. Gertha Reith of Ha, rrington held Mon- day morning. Mrs. Rieth came to this :area as a young child; she was a graduate of Oheney Normal school. Hu,b club, making flowers and Mternon. plans for their meeting to be M. ,and Mvs. John Ham held Thursday at the home of ,betped iCh entertaini, ng a.t the Mrs. Kle. ehearsl dinner for their FIRE TRUCK CALLED The fire truck was called out at 12:'0 Monday to the home .of Don Shea, where a broken electric wire endan- gered some of the buildings. Mrs. Evelyn Shea has as- sumed her duties as second grade tes, cher at Sprague this week. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Murphy and sons of Marshall were guests of the Lee Roy Jack- son family Thursday evening. The Everette Ritters were callers also. :Mrs. Polly Ableman is visit- irg at the home of her dauNh- ter, Mrs. Margie Ritter of Spo- kane, for several days. Arley Ableman entered the Veter-' arts hospital for a check-up last Thursday. Bill Rosenau, Don Maurer, and Donald DaN,s were pall-: bearers at the funeral servic- 'es of Marion E. Hansel last Friday. Floyd Hansel and Mrs. I)awon of Portla,nd were callers at the ,home of Mr. and Bill Rosenau Saturday nephew Tom Plotts at the heine of Mr. and Mrs. R. M Plotts of Edwall Friday nSght. Members of the weddirg par- ty wre guests. Thirty were present. Saturday night the I-Nm family attended the wedding .of Tom Plotts and Miss Judy Fromm t the Emmarmel Presbyterian church in Spo- kane. Overnight guests at the ,home of Mr. and Mrs. John Ham were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Heizer OF Comas. John Ham is employed by the .Medical Lake school dis- rict as bus mechanic. The Ham family wU be moving to that area soon. Mm. Joan (mpton and par- ent% Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hayes of Spokane called at the Don- ald Davis residence Sunday fternoon. Renee Wilard, their niece from Spokane val- ley, will be a guest for sev- eral days. O. HEBERT'S Tailor Shop ALL ALTERATIONS A SPECIALTY On Ladies and Men's Garments DRY CLEANING Airway Heights CH 4-2700 Mr. and Mrs. Bob Shea and children, Mr. Edward Betz, Mr. EarI Betz and Vany Betz were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Betz and chil- dren of Cheney. Fried Chicken Juicy, Tender, Ready In 5 Minutes .................... $9 BURGERS, SHAKES ORDERS TO GO AIRWAY HEIGHTS CH 4-3914 was Danny Houk of Spokane, and Stan Smith of Spokane was a Wednes6ay night guest of Ron Morrison. Friday evening the Don Mor- rison, s attended the wedding of Miss Permy WhWmg to Mike Pickett of Spokane at North Hill Christian chure in Spokane. A reception fl- 1,owed at the Hoiliday In. Lee and Mark Ohampio of Arkansas were guests of the Frank DeGons for two weeks. They attended the daredevil races at the Spokane Inter- sMte fairgPounds. Sa, urday evening dinner guests of the DeGors were Mr. and Mrs. CharIes Mason arm familr of Spolane. Mr and Mrs. Don Shelton and family ,attended the Mor- an Community Fair Friday ad Saturday. Sunday evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. J. Hennsley of Moran. Those attending a recent dinner party at the Don Mor- risen home were the Charles Mlls, the Ron McFarlands, and the William ttouks of Spo- kane. Monday guests .of the Joe Johsons were Mr. and Mrs. John Arbegast of Seattle. Dick Johnson and Ron Morrison flew to Moscow with Mr. Mor- risen Monday. The Floyd Connelleys and Lana Evans vacaton,ed the past weekend at the Pend Or- eille river in Idaho. Friday night a birthday din- ner was held for Mr. Cheever at the Cheever home. Others attending were Bill Amos, stu- dent from the Turrbull refuge, Gary Rietz of Tyler, ,and Edna Cheever of Cheney. Mr. arid Mrs. Perry Dimico and family of Spokane were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Utmever. Jay Ham, Bill Glvin, Stev- e:n Simms, and Spencer vacationed in Sede . They are students at EWe. Last weekerd, Elveta Lewis judged a horse shov in the Se- attle area. Windsor News By Mrs. James Widner SPOKANE POMONA TO BEGIN TOURS Spokane County Pomona grarge Fell, owslp, tours will start with the first one Sept. 8 in the Windsor grange hall at 8 p. m. Four Corners grange will be host, East Cheney will have the program and Wind- sor will put on the floor work. MORE GRANGE NEWS Pomorm grange will meet in the Four Lakes grange .hall Sept. 25 starting at 10:30 a. m. Friday, September 3, 1965 Chelmy Free Press Page 3 ' ' " .R ' ||4(b); I Six beef eattle breed00s, the Administration a,lroad: Repeal o ,x major dairy cattle breed:s, ff U hip P [sheep, swine and horses, are C0mpuIs0 10 Members sed l in cmpetition in the show in [even, 4-H :and FFA classes. [ The youth divisions are always "If the vote in the House of Repres'entatives to repeal 14 (b) !strorrg at the P-I. Last year does nothing else, it has awakened the American people to the irresponsible disproportionate political power wielded by union officials," Reed Larson. Executive Vice President ,of the National Right to Work Committee, said here today. Mr. Larson added that the .action in the House would very hkely spur "discussion in depth of the issue in the Sen- ate. There are many Se,nater who are quite aware that the ,administration railroaded re- peal through the House. The un,ion 'bosses succeeded in get- ting a 'gag rule' on debate in th, e House. It is unkely that the Senate will be inmidated in the same way. "The House vote," Mr. Lar- son said, "clearly demonstrat- ed that the tmion hierarchy has a,cquixed a tremendous degree OF political power over a majority .of the congress- men of this country. These congressmen simply ignored all togic and the will of the :vast majority of the American people and, on signal,m'" pranced down the legislative aisles to do the bidding of the Waiter Reuthers, George Meanys, and Jimmy Hellas." In, a speech to the Food Ser- vice Executive's Ass'n, Mr. Larson predicted that the vote to repeal 14 (b) will result in a congressional ,house clean- ing in the 1966 elections. "The vote has already stimulated ac- tion by individual citizens who understand the 'dangers of compulsory unionism and the awesome and irresponsible politi, cal power held by union bosses. Reports are already pouring into us that people in Tennessee, Iowa, Permsyva- nia, .and many oher states are taking the first steps to par- ticipate in the selection of 1966 congression:al candidates who are in favor of voluntary union membership." Mr. Larson .also said that re- peal in the Senate was not a foregone conclusion. "If the union bosses think the people. who believe in freedom of choice laave given up, they are pipe-dreaming. In the Senate 14 (,b) will ,get the pu,Mic atten- ti,on tkat it deserves. Am 'ex- tended discussion' is the hst thing the administration and the union bosses wa for the simple reason that repeal of 14 (rb) is rot popuhr. The re- .peal bill is special interest! legish, tion in the strictest sense. It is being pushed pri- marily by and exclusively for the beneJk of the salaried pro- fessi,onal in the union move- ment. I believe that through Senate debate the will of the people of this country will be heard and the Senate will re- fuse to make compulsory un- ion membership the law of the land." .Commenting further on the House vote, Mr. Larson said, rere against compulsory un- ronism. " . . . All but a handful of congressmen conceded that their mall ran overwhelming- ly agatrtst this radica propo- sal. "... 1ost organiaztions and associations ctively interested in public Mfairs took an offi- cial position against H. R. 77. " . Union publications eandy admitted that they could not get theix member- ship to support repeal with totters to congressmen. " . Unnumbered thous- ands'o representative citizens wrote letters to their newspa- )or editors on this subject " . . . And, almost all ma- jor newspapers in the country were arrayed against repeal. "Passage of the repeal bill in the House," Mr. Larson said. "despite this evidence of overwhelming public opposi- tion provides a clear demon- stration ,of how the stability and freedom ,of the nation can i be threatened by untion power i politics." P. !. L. Exposition Offers Cash Awards Nearly $100,000 in cash awards is offered in premium books for the 55th annual Pa- cific International Livestock Exposition dehvered this week to pat exhibitors in the major, showcase of the Pacific N'orth- west's meat and dairy produe- boh the grand champion steea" and the grand champion lamb were raised by 12-year old 4-H club members Power For A Nation Color Film Available Bonnevie Powex Adminis- tration announced today that it has available for lending prints of a new 28-minute, 16 ram. col, or movie, "Power For. a Nation," sponsored 'by the Departmen of the Interior. With narration by Fredric March and an original music score played by the United States Air Force orchestra, the film traces the early de- velopment of electric power in the United States and the role of the Federal Government in producing a portion of that power. The picture, produced by John Bransby Productions Ltd., of New York City, em- phasizes the important role ower production plays in the national economy. It features many Northwest scenes, with special attention to the Pa- cific Northwest-Pacific Suth- wet Iintertie and the Treaty with Canada for loint Devel- opment of the Columbia River. It also contains several se- quences from a Russian power film shwing Soviet effots to catch up with the United States in power preduion. The film is availae through the Information Offic- er, Bon,nevilIe Power Ad, min- istration, P. O. Box 3621, Portland, Ore., or through the tion areas. Spokane Area Office, 800 Bon William F. Martin; execu- Marche Building, 214 North tive general manager, said the[Wail, Spokane, Wash. P-I expects again to attract l  ., more than 1,000eXhibitors and[ Mr. and Mrs. rmya Fink well over 3,000 registered am-[spent the weekend on their reals for its Oct. 9-17 showiRglboat at Pend Oreille, for fish- in North Portland. int. I I IIIII Get Set- Ready To Go School opens Sept. 8 DO YOU HAVE YOUR SCHOOL S00LIES? . 00retty for School with a ...... HOME:PERMANENT Need Canning Supplies? - we have 'em! Mapleleaf Grocery will be open all weekend, including Labor Day. Maple Leaf Grocery The fifth degree will be exam-I"For the past six months, the plfied in the evening. SmelPeopte have, used every means time in the afternoon there lat their disposal short off civil will be a trial. Seine of those[disobedience to impretss upon who will be involved in the [ Congress the fact that they op- tri,al will be Dwight Beach, Orville Clause, Warren John- ston, Hattie Beach, Leona Widner and many others. Any granger .missing this trial will miss a good show. Warren Jolmson will be the prosecu- tor. Windsor grange ,had 17 tab- les of cards in play at theix card party last Saturday eve- ning. Windsor grange had a pot- luck dinner precedirg their meeting Wednesday evening. The fair booth committee ",is working on the fair booth, w'lfich will be entered t the Spokane Interstate Fair this montl. T/Sgt. Ted Shrum, wlm  in the medical department in the air force, and Mrs. Sbxum and three children, have been Ring friends in the Windsor area. Mr. Shrum is a past mas- ter of Windsor grange. "lJhe Shrum family were entertain- ed Monday evening wi:h a din- ner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oharles Ehrgot. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. John Crawford ,and dratghrs and Mr. and Mrs. Be Par- shall. Sgt. Shrum will be stationed at the tnternationM airport in Ixm Angeles. He is home ,after four mntlm in Thailand. Mr. amd  Mrs. Dale Guest and family are vacationing in Ogon. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Andern visited Mrs. Irma Stra.#er last! Thursday. Elenor Larsen is convalesc- ing at home after minor sur- gery. Mrs. Irma Stragier called on Mr. and Mrs. Mitt GrifCen lst Friday. The Griffens, former residents of Windsor, trove been in ill health for some time. Mrs. Stragier took them vegetables from her garden. Mr. and Mrs. John Craw- ford and daughter will visit Mrs. Crawford's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Paeshalll, for a few days while their new' home on Plymouth road is fin. pose the legalization of com- pulsory unionism throughout the country. " . . . Millions of letters and telegrams deluged Washinglon I urging our elected repvesenta-I lives to reject this brazen de- mand of labor union officials for,, self-serving legislation. . . An unprecedented' number of citizens from ",All walks of life requested oppor- tunities to speak aaginst the l repeal bill, H. R. 77, duing conWressional ,hearings. " . . . Every reable survey of public opinion reflected overwhelming opgosition to the pravtice of forcing working men and women into labor or. gazations. . . VirtuaUy every con- gressman who poled his cmn- stituents or this isue found that people of :his district ished errou:gh so they can move in. Flora Smith, Tillle and Rosie Kosbau and Mr. and Mrs. Har- old Streeter called or Mrs. Emmett Kampa Monday. Mr. ,and Mrs. Philip Pattex- son and family axM Mrs. Nellie Hagel left Thursday for Oak- land, Calif., where hey wll attend the wedding of their daughter Laurel to seamen Robert Ladd on Sept. 4. Mrs. Daisy Hicks is visaing her daughter and family in Pu ydtup. Jack Frost Ires his in sev- eral places this week, getting tomatoes, bca_s, etc. Mr. and Mrs. Lusher Otto and daughter.s are visiting rel- atives in West Virginia. : Mrs. Neta Bowen and Kate Olson spent last weekend vis- iting Mrs. Bowen's son, Will- ard, at Revere. Mrs. Maxine Olson and elfil- dren called on Dell Smith and Nellie Blancher last Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Whelman atterded the drag races at the Spokane fair grounds last Sun- day evening. GET YOUR FREE PRESS HERE! B. D. 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