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f&apos; e 2 Cheney Free Press Friday, September 10, 1965 -rhp CHENEY FREE PRESS ESTABLISHED 1896 PUBLISHED AT 412 FIRST ST., CHENEY, WASH. Entered 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 to .have formed firm opinions about the case, the judge may transfer the case to an, other county for trial. (Ths column is written to irform, not advise. Facts may change the ppfication of the law.) 10 Years Ago September, 1955 El'don Engel, state Jaycee safety chairman,, ,attended an advaced course in driver train- ing at the University of Wash- ingten engineering co,liege and conferred with Jaycee leader: on the Co,st last week. Twentydour tittle six-year- olds entered the first grade at the City Elemen,tary sctmol Tuesday mornin,g. They were Dudley Allen Bates, Susan Beck, Peggy Sue Betz, Karen Brown, JJerrie Doris Charlton, Donna Kay Chestnut, David Goodwin, Jimmy Ku'bn, Dane Lauff, Ga Lisenbee, Ken- neth McNall, Michael Meyer, Linda Miller, Glen Pierce, Al- lan Scott, Jeannie Scott, Paul Sibley, Betty Jean Smibh, Jack Smith, Jeffry Snider, Carol Sooy, Richard Swecker, and Bonnie Wolder. A summary o,f 1955 migra- tory game bird seasons and bag limits has been released by the Washington State Gam commJson. General open sea- sons on ducks, coot and geese except Brant will be Oct. 15 to Jan. 2, 1956. Both dates are irclusive in all counties of th,e s'tate. At the regular meeting: Tuesday evening of this week Cheney city councilmen adop- tedo and approved three new ordinances. Two ord'ace ate for he purpoLe of vacadng portions of two streets. ,and the third is for the sa o tots in Reservoir Park addition. George Fisher, prnci,pal of Cheney high school, re,ported the total of 305 students con- sLst of 93 freshmen, 80 sophomores, 71 juniors and 61 seniors. Last year's enrollment on the furst day of school was about 290. 20 Years Ago September, 1945 Approval for the cnstruc- ti<m of 1O privately financed famJ_ly dwellirg units in Crne- hey under the H-2 hotsig pro- gram was announced by George W. Capn, regionat representative of the National Housing agency. These priori- ties have been prodded in the Cheney locality to relieve co,- get,on Which is at present causing hardship for those families who are un,able to so- Conservation News cure adequate livi, n,g accom- odations. Firewood and coal rationing in the Pacific Northwest was ended at midnight Enrollment for the Cheney high school Sept. 6 was 162 and for the Junior high 147. CALL FOR BIDS dence and to delhemte with- SCS iformafform I headquar- Eastern Washington out distraction to reach aver- ters in Washington, D. C. At dict. the iovrnation unity it was State College But what if that isn't the Ch<xen s the Soft Coa- situation? Alhn lost his case tion Service entry in the AAA- Separate sealed bid propos- b- verdi ........ ale are available for education- fom wtt e Tr2evYfe ut- CE canest at Rutgei%. al equipmett and/r supplies ards the :-' .... .- Cntet ju@ges ncluded in on State , ju.(.rs naa reauy by Eastern Wash gto _ "i i enjyed themselves. The fact Prof. Richard Hiidewedn, in. uouege in me oznee oz me u -. was the h,r, rnm,], h.A sxuctor of photo journaRsm at r ^'- ^ - ---" Room' --, ................ the Umversity of ois; Rob- .w. u, .rurcnasmg,  [ pirayed cards, eondueCed a foot- et McCandless, Chief photog-I zt. rtowa,iter l-lJJ. [ h H n, l wat-,a +,r o. ........ I  ob- ....  ' ................ rapher for the Champa,gn Ur- mrms may oe o- -,rm)m. !- : .. [and listened to the radio, all, ban Curier amea a the aoove office, durin- the time the,, were and winner of T. T. Wag , s  many state and nJzma,1 presumed to have been ser- awards for his phoographdc Director of Puxcasiag. iousty deIiboating n th( efforts; and Jack C. Everly, (July 1, 1965-Ju1/1, 1966) findixgs, assistant extermion editor, pm- Directo AlLan moved for a new trial tography division, University on the ground that the trial of Illinods. ry jury was too relaxed. The Ten of the 19 entries in the cout grattted his motion, contest received first or sec- - - The court held that where ond place raUgs. 0. B. Electric a jury shrews a lack of aware- nss of its duty by plying PERSONALIZED SERVICE ,cards, sthscribing to a slrts e filer News $ Wiring pool and watching or listening to televisioi or the radio, the By Wanda Stengle Elect. Heat, Motors, Pumps question of whether any par- . 1, Spokane CH. 4-2705 ty to the action received his GRANGE TO HOLD PARTY _ ...... right to deliberations free Tyler gr_zge witl lmld a par,, from exaneous influences is ty Se@t. 17 at 1:30 p. m. The placed in, seri, ous doubt, public is invited. The lmstess Thus what goes on in the prize will be sitverware f<r the City Dry Cleaners jury :room is to a limited ex- grange. CLEANING PRESSING tent public business. Just as Mr. and. Mrs. Gilbert Pete- son called on Mr. and Mrs., tampering with a jury ea, n re- Wa.l t r Blumgren of Edwall ALTERATIONS sult i n a mtril, so can an LAUNDRY SERVICE improper attitude by the jury. e Sunday. 322 FIRST 235-4732 Jury duty is a high hon and The gra,dchilden of Mrs. acivic responsibilty, and an Jeanne Harris 'have bee roe- - -- idilrtant part of our system ent visitors. An extra delight of ju.,. The 'parties to the fr them is having t'heir step- ELECTRIC SERVICE case are ntitled to fu app]i- father, Mr. Gale Candler, run- ATrrs BEST catior to d nlng horse at Plar in Phone 23I0 J The partie' e also entitled a t to a,n impartial ad unbiased Spokane this season. EDGETT BROS. [jury. bere, bevau ef Iocal KARTcHNERS ARE BUSY }rmtoriety or public sentimenL Last week Clarence Karteh- #a jm-y of local citizens is a, pt her's brother and family, Roy ) 30 Years Ago September, 1935 HENEY More than $7000 in cuzen- cy was found eormealed on the person of G. Doty who lved for two weeks in a stable at the Oheney race track i o,tk t p.k,. grounds. He also had bank S.t C.s,,t,;.t;,t )assbooks showing numerous deposits. Fire broke out shortly after By Clarence A. Kelley rmon Friday 'in the Sam Webb I barn on Third street, soon SCS Tech.ician spreading to the house and September 29, 1965 has been nearby sheds. At one time six selected as the tentative date hou,ses were afire. The baze of the Southwest Spokane Sodl destroyed the Webb house and and Water Conservation Dis- barn, 20 ton of hay and sev- trict machinery demonstaation. eral old automobiles. Machinery dealers will pro- Supt. E. H. Sweet announc- sent and demonstrate their es that Spangle sclmol will equ,ipment throughout the day open Sept 8. on the Jerotd Betz farm west Elmer Hays, who is farm- of Cheney. ing R. V. Wal'la.ce's pllac e, ha Five machin,ery dealers have just harvested 740 sacks of expressed a desire to partici- wheat from a 50 acre field. )ate and show the,r tatest M. E. Brown, superintend-wares including drills, chisels, ent ,of Medical Lake sch,ols, )lows and tractors. is candidate or county super- The SWCD district supervis- intenden,t, ors inen,d to use the demon-: H. E. Holmquist returned stratin to pta, ce emphasis on Friday from university sum-fall tillage programs. The mer sc:hool at Seattle. equipment on hand will .be dem,onstated to Show dfer- 40 Years Ago ent methods of emplgyin<g a tillage program on soJ's and September, 1925 cropping systems of the Pa- E. L. McDonald and Willard louse. Berrmrd .have been appointed A noon luncheon is plmmed by Mayor H. N. Stronaeh to a,ng with a featured speak- serve as justices of the peace, or on tillage. Ed Howe bad lt for Ken- newick to teach school.  Clarence Kelley, local SCS Dorothy Router will teach at technician received nt)ce Bitlmgs. this week of a second phcing Most of Cheney's business fr picture entries in the houses will remain open all American Ass'n of Agricutur- day Labor Day. al College Eflitors C,ovnmunica- tions corttest. The objective of ..... the ,Contest held at Ruters I ,,JW University was to "tell a story" in a series of black and white  photogravhs. Kelley's en of six photos was centered round a wiMlffe Waahlngton Bar Auoclation habitat projevt being develop- ed by members of Chermy Boy The Playful Jury Scout Trp 56 whil earning A jury trial is a serious bust- their Soil & Water Con,so,rye- noes, especially far the parties, tio merit badges. The entry The jurors have grave report, was selected as the staie's sibilities and if j.ustice is to be first place winner in the Oti- done, the juror must be able vet Better Farming conest to concentrate on, the mad on this basis sent to the It is possible in time Sec-tall of it will be harvested by rotary Willard Wirtz's bureau I this newly developed cutter. will be changed from Depart- * * * ment of Labor to Office of Un- I However, this will remove "co employment Promotion. a great degree the annual treat * * [of fresh asparagus on the Am- His position on farm labor / erican table, because the mass is already taking affect.. The iproduction mechanical method need for farm labor is being must be geared to harvesting eliminated. At the confluence all "grass" for the canneries. of C a I i f o r - zz+:., nia 's Sacra-`!i!`=============================================================== m e n t o and ii:ii! 'i San Joaquin : i:ii !i::,  rivers are 1o- iiiiii!} e a t e d t h e !iiii!ii!i  rich peat isl-iiiii!iiiijii ands where i the majority of the na-', ]j tion's aspar-  a gu s i s grown. In C.W. Harder fact, much of it is shipped to world markets. There arc two outlets. One is the harvesting and sale of fresh asparagus, while the bulk is canned. Because it can- not be subjected to processes involved in canning, fresh as- paragus has to be cut differently. Formerly this work, as well as cutting the "grass" for can- naries was done by hand by lo- cal labor supplemented by for- eign workers, largely due to the fact that the supply of do- mestic labor willing to do this hard, hot work is limited. In addition, when ready, as- paragus has to be cut prompt- ly or the fields go to ruin. This "year, due to denial of labor by Secretary Wirtz, asparagus fields were plowed up. $ $ * American ingenuity is quite a marvellous matter. This year the asparagus growers started working with a ma- chine that harvests the crop end it is expected by next year ) National Federation of Independent Business * * * Thus, practically no labor will be required. Thus, two birds have been killed by one stone. No jobs, and little fresh asparagus. * $ * Work has also been speeded up on the development of a mechanical tomato picker. This is dependent upon the ex- periment station of the Univer- sity of California completing development of a new tomato variety which produces fruit of a uniform size and maturity. Three years ago the first of these varieties were picked and it is hoped next year all tomatoes will be machine picked. * * * Again, no jobs, and a scarci- ty of fresh tomatoes unless the American growers who have moved to Mexico ship more over the border. Thus the unholy alliance be- tween politically oriented bu- reaucrats and economically unoriented labor leaders moves across the land, creating vast changes in American habits and methods and vast new hordes of unemployed. * $ $ It would be assumed that la- bor and bureaucrats, already witnessing the human disrup- tions created by automation forced through necessity cre- ated by them, would have learned by now. In all history never have so many paid so much to so great ignorance. Jacques, of South,gate, Calif., Mrs. Gh, dys Newton of Post stopped a,s overnight guests, I Flis, Idaho. en route home from Monna.,, 1 Weekend guests were Mr. Sun,dy ight dinner guests and Mrs. Keith May o,f Pull- of tne lxartchners were Mr. man. Mr. May is a grandson ,and Mrs. Charles Stewart of l e.f the Browns, Mr. and Mrs. Spokane. I'.E.H. Franseen of Hayden The Kartohners spent a busy I Lake were Sunday di'nner week srhopping in Spokan,e on ! guests Thursday 'a:rd wm-kin.g half Mr. a,n,d Mrs. Joe Labish, days with the LDS ohm'oh of Cheney maki,g a cha'pel in the IOOF buildirg of C!heney. East Cheney By Anna Phillips EAST CHENEY 4-H'ERS HAVE MANY ACTIVITIES By 4(area Dobbins pine of he everts the Ea,st Cheney 4-H members: have at- tended durrg the summer shgw what some of the. po,ple in the community have done to enjoy them;selves during the summer. .Mary Boots won a campship to State 4-H eonfeernce. She reported to the club she had a wonderful time. Judy Babb, Helen Hend- c, Deoris Stelzer, Carolyn ad Janet Camp ,all juffed in the contest .at Darigoid. It was the foods and clothing cntes. ,David Hardie and Carolyn Camp, with their leader, Mrs. DI Hardie, attended the coun- ty weed meeting and tour. Carolyn Camp gave the demortstration Cattle Grubs 7--Enemy No. 1" at the Spo- lfl one county Dairy Family o,f the Year program, at the Tam Labish farm. Janet and Carolyn Camp and Judy Babb attended the coun- ty 4-H camp at Camp Heyburn. Linda Paddle, Delaris Ste,1- zer, and Carolyn Camp re- ceived bue ribbons aad Judy Ba'lb a red ribbon ca the outfits at the county dress re- view held at Trent schoul. lyn Camp was in the semi- fxtts. All girls m the semi- finals Were asked to model their outfits :at the I'nartate Fair and w}l attend a model- ing el.ass put en by a m0deing school. Some of the demstraons _g:ven by the members are as f dl s: Ed Emtraan on locaoa of garden and four ,harmful in- sects; JoLm PhiUi,ps, proper way to give a dem,tati; Jan o, ow to show a b- bit; David Wooldridge, h,ow to wrap ood or a barbecue; Da- vid Betz, low phns grow. At the meeting, Sept. 2, the new officers were e'levt- led for the coming year. Te past presdeqt, Judy Ba,bb, was rob'eyed of ,office by Mary Boo. Linda Hardie was re- lieved ,of vie president Carolyn Camp. Janet was relieved of secretary Linda ardie. David Betz tiered Hel,en Hendricks of the treasurer's j,eb. David Harde relieved K'aren Dobbins of re- porter, and Judy Babb relieved De}oris Steher of sergean at arms. ,Mr. anal lVrs. Fred Baird of Spokane were Sunday ater- n.oon viaors of Mr. and Mrs. Chester P. hilips. Last Friday overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Brovn were Mr. ,and Mrs. C. V. Spen- cer of Careywood, Id:aho and Jimmie and Jennifer were ],ast! Thursday eve,nng din:nor guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Labish and Steven. Friday eve- ning buffet supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Labish and family wove Mr. and Mrs. Ger- ry Labis,h and Steven, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Labis,h, Jimmie and Jennifer, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rupp, Mr. and Mrs. John Lab- ish and Joanne and Mrs. Doro- thy Has,so. Jerry Labis,h showed slides of different countries taken while he was in the service. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Labish and family spent Sund,ay evening with Frank Ludwig and Celia KelJy. Mrs. tIelen Bots and Mary spent Saturday with Mrs. Min- nie Sperry of Spokane and helped her celebrate Mrs. S perry's 90th birthday. Saturday evening supper guests at the Garnett Bro,ots ' home were his two sisters, Mrs. Ethel Trimbel and Mrs. Vina McNearney and Mrs. Mary Hood of Glads,tone, Ore. I Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Da- vis and Mrs. Anna Phillips were last Sunday d:inner guest's of Mrs. Cora Elliott of Spo- kane. Sunday dinner guess of Mr. and Mrs. John M. David Babb, Johnny Mrs. Mary Hoed and Mrs. Garnett Boots a.rgi The occa, son was Babb's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. lips visited Mr. and Labish last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. John and family (daughter in-taw) are house i Mr. and Mrs. Vern for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Troy and family of Spokane them for Su,nday and Mrs. Chester Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. George accompanied Mr. and Jack Hartford and Sokane l;ast Sunday. attended the horse You can find it in t{;UHt Irrupt/ GIVE MORE,, Arv1EBI00AN OANCEB PRICE CHANGES All Cheney Barber On Monday, Sept. 13 Will have Haircut Prices as follows:,, Adults $1.75 Children $1.25 SHOP HOURS, 9 A. M. TO 6 P. M. MIRROR BARBER SHOP MODEL BARBER SHOP MAIN STREET BARBER SHOP DON'S BARBER SHOP Enjoy it this winter with CUSTOM STANDARD HEATING OILS. Order from us today and we'll see that you get uninterrupted clean, modern heat, head to feet, all winter long. CUSTOM STAND- ARD HEATING OILS burn hot and burn clean... your best buy in modern oil heat. AI Haskins 235-6378 CHENEY DISTRIBUTOR, STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS STANDARD HEATING OILS CHENEY FREE PRESS, 235-6513 I