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FTidlay, November 5, 1965 Cheney Free Press Page 5 Bond Increase By W. E. Betz S. Savings Bonds sales increased by the number of Amercas Bonds to build spec- funds for their " Volunteer Commun- Bonds Chairman Betz reported here t&apos;o- his montMy sales re- indicate one of important goals in today is to build a a child's education," said when an- Saying,s Bonds sales county l, ast moth to $364,906 and throughout the state 231, bringing the state total f $39,726,875. Explained many parents of income tax ad- gained through a Savings Bonds fund the chairman reeled. "Because Federal in- come tax on Series E Bond interest may be paid either o,n a yearly basis or at the time they are caahed, such Bo,nds purchased in the child's name as owner with a parent as beneficiary may, in effect be- come 'tax free'." Methods Explained lie explained to parents, 'File a Federal tax return in the child's name at the ead o,f the firs.t year of Bond pur- chases, listing the increase in IInd value as income to the chad. This initial return es- tablishes the intent, and no further returns need be filed as long as the child's total a'n dual income is less than $600. Arid interest on Savings B.nds is not subject to state or lo- cal tax. "Fr details, interested par- cncs should write the U. S. Savings Bonds office at 236 'ederal Office Building, Seat- tie, Wash., 98104," he con- duded. Check the want advs. each week. LASSIFIEDt. FOR SALE Pour Lakes duplex, two 2-bedroom units rented at a month each. $6000.00 total price 20% d*own and  terms. Large comfortable 2 bedroom home in Pour Lakes, large living room carpeted wahl to wall. Exensive remodeling 2/3 ,basement. 2 oar garage, pp,liances $8950.00 with $1,000.00 d,oeen and easy terms. see to weci, ate. more Wilson ,homes nearing completing, passes- ilxsible in early December. CALL BILL GESCHKE OR LLOYD HAM Tri-State Realty, Inc CALL 235.4778 CHENEY, WASH. SALE Wagon; 6 cyl. New tires. Must 235-8845. Don Nel- Ct.. No. 29. nYp of siltl Maple bunk with Simm,on n-tt- only $3'5.00. 235-6261. St. nYp lts with trees, 4t& Excellent 50 x 100 235-4505. nYtf older ,lmme. Good $500 dmvn, $60 Doten Real EState. 8t., 235-4050. n5t Keystone movie cameca lrojector, both with , .and screen. Used , Half new price. A. Box 282, CharleY.n5 p sedan, $175 Iehen electric grill suitable or small out all atiques at pIces. Aucti'n Barn, FOR RENT New 2 bedroom apts. for rent. PuRy carpeted, :new ranges, refrigerators and laundry fa- cilities furnished. Students may gtmre. Can be seen at 1320 3rd St. Call 235-4778. ol5tf T,o 'bedroom apt., carpeting, eleceeric heat, $90. Dhone 235-6374. or 322 N. llth. n5tf 3 BR house for rent. Oatl after 5:00 p. m. 235-4144. n5 New 1 bedroom Apts. For Rent 306-310 N. 11th See Manager ol5tf n5  WORK WANTED REAL ESTATE Guaranteed, outl)oard motor re- Call Tri-Ste Real-I pair. Eds Conoco Service. Cheney, Wash. 403 1 Phone BE 5-4400. tf Phone 235-4778. 10-1tf Babysitting, my h, ome, heur ,r day. Mature, experienced. Mrs. L. Eoff, 235-6579 ol-tf BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY High earnings first year, op- erate part er fu time, men r w, ome=, minimum ives- ment, early retirement icme possible. Send qualifications to Ameri.ean Entm3rize, Ic., Box 52, Cheney, Wash. o29tf MISCELLANEOUS N)rm Lewis, electri.cal contaac- o. Wiring and relxdr. Che- nay Electric. Plone, 237-4341. nYed LOST e, good condition binetl set, 4 ckairs Antique Rocker $10. o15-29 Und stand- and oe baby bargain priced. Mrs. 6 W. 3rd 235- o29-n5 soft arm lofty . . cl- brUlnce in car- with Blue Lustre. electric shampooer $1. Hdre. n5 SPECIAL for US Free ap- you do not wish to First St., Cheney jlgff Photo Copies copies ]m the busi- Humntg dog near Hole I The Grod (Cheney). Pointer red cored bobbed tail. Very frien@ly; answer to Red. Re- ward. Call Amber 237-4361. Co,lect. n5 ale on the big 914 ................................ machine. Law i cost, WANTED quMty. No ,tmrm to does not move Ironing, my home. N'o Frida, y machine. Speedy night or Saturday calls. Ploe 235-6519. np Kopy Kat Bldg., Spokane RI 7-8111 nS ,3 bedroom house wifn IA [baths, basement and recrea- tion room in Cheney by neve asst, mgr. of National Biscuit company. Phone 235-621.6 days or 235-4049 evening, n5 Cen00rnitte00 Meets Determine Highway Needs Rep. W. L. "Bill" McCor- mick of Spokane, member.; of the ,lo.int Committee on lligh- ways and Chairman of the Subcommittee on Extensions appeared before the Annual Good Rads Convention i>. Bel- lingh,am and reported on the subcommittee's legislative di- rectives and plans fo,r the next two years. MeCcrmiek stated, "By its very nature, this subc'ommittee is most likely to be in direct contact with the people. The people have road problems-- and it is our responsibility and intention to he}p in their so- Dtin." I Rep. McCormick and the other members of the interim committee on highw,ays, at the request of the legi,slaors of that m,a, hel,d an open meet- ing Sept. 15 in Bellingham for the purpose of reviewing the highw:ay needs and problems of the people of Skagit and Whatcom counties. NEWS BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. Ehner Marsh tuok Mrs. Olive Orange and Mrs. Etta Presneil o,n a tour o[ the Polo use'hills on Sun- day. They spent some time at S teptoe Butte park. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Betz en- tertained ,on, Sunday ,her two brothers and fanulies, Mr. and Mrs. William Lile.nthal and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lilenthal, Spolane. Mr. and Mrs. George Le- Vat.ley yf Moses Lake ealed Saturday evening on the Jlm Van Brun.ts antd Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Carter. Mrs. Don MacQuarry of Pla- za area spent Monday in Che- ney calfing on oId friends and the a, ck Fergusons at the Malt Shop. A1 Armstrong of lhe Auto Mart left by car Wednesday morning .on a business trip to Tacoma and Seattle. He e,:- pects to return home this Fri- day. Mr. and Mrs. Jmes Black- shaw and d,au.gffiiev Ruth at- tended the Reformation ser- vices at the First Presbyterian church in Spolane on Sunday a,fternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Co,n- ley and Mrs. Roydal Oonley wong to Omak over the week- end to visit with Mr. and Mrs. W, al*er Van Brunt, who are cou, sins. Mrs. Olive Swegle entertain- ed with a bfrth&ay dirmer on Thursday evenS,rig for :her son Dean. Present were Mr. ar/d Mrs. Dean Swegle, Go:we, Ed- CALL FOR BIDS ,C-astern Washington State College Separate sealed bid propos- als are available for education- al equipment and/or supplies by Eastern Washington State College in the office of the Di- rector of Purchasing, Room 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) NEW TIME SCHEDULE FOR NORTHERN PACIFIC TRAINS Northern Pacific announces a change in train schedules ef- fect4ve Sunday, October 31, 1965. The new schedule of depar. ture times from Chancy, Wash. is listed beAw: Train No. l, westbound Main. streeter 8:43 p. m. Train No. 2, eastbound Main. streeter 7:30 a. m. For travel information, res-I ervatios and tickets, please] call your nearest Novtherr Pa- [ cific Railway office. [ pd adv. o29-n5 Inlormation Kits On Medicare Sent 10 151 Millions ' Workiz.g rouzd the clock since Sept. 1, Social Security headquarters in Baltimore has cm:pleted the nmiting of Medi- care information kits to all of the 15/e million pers.on,s 65 and over on the Social Semar- ity and Iail.road Reiremen,t l)a,netit rolls. By now, all such elderly beuefieiaries in Spokane coun- ty should have received their kits and the en,elo,sed applica- tion for the supplementary medical insurance part of Medicare, Robert L. Waken- shaw, Social Secm-ity field rep-  esen.tative stated. Most Eligibles Reached sn.s will be reached thee,ugh the mass mailing, he tinted. About one-third of those who will not be reached t5s way are receiving olda,e assis- tance payments and will hear dheetly from their local Wet- fare agercies. Another third are still work- ing full-time and will need to file Social Security ap,plica- tio,rs. About one million will als,o have to contact their local Social Security dkstrict o, ffi. The c,nroltment period for those who witl be 65 o.r over be,fore the end of the year, closes March 31, 1966, Waken- shaw pain.ted out. Important Deadline Tle March 31 deadline s ery important, he stressed. Everyone Who i:s 65 or will be by Jan. 1, 1966, must return the medical in,suranee eno- ment card by that date-- wh, ether received in the mail or picked u.p at a Soeia,1 Secur- ity district office, if he wnts full protection when the po- gram goes into effect July 1, 1966. For the housebound, the dis- trict office will make arrange- ments to have a Social Secur- ity representative pay  visit to them at home. The Social Seeu.rity ffice in Spokane is lca.ted at North 1420 Washingtoct, anti the teloph0ne number is "rE 8- 3361. die and Dick. On Friday eve- ning she gave a dinner party for her son4nqaw and dauffh- tar, Mr. ,and Mrs. Del McCon- nell anti four eRildren, all guests were from Cheney. Ed Doten Agency Kent Sooy Thanks School Patrons for ,e.r ,u,,or..n .u.,,.,', il ! As I said in my public staternt in The Oheney Free Press issue of Oct. 22, I believe in a lull well-rounded pro- gram in education far or eNldran. I so believe Chat fle {:ax dolor must be cnsorved to make end,s meet in a grow- ing school district such as ours. It is my hope to reWsen the pe0le as stated above becatse it is my firm beEef that eduoation and taxation must be given equal covasideation, 12 months of the year and not just at election time. Thk you again. Kent Sooy "Gleanings by Gall" A CONTRIBUTION TO YOUR FELLOW MAN The is .a red brick build- i:g stazding at No,rth 3128 ttemlaek in Spokane which is called by the name of the Spo- kane Ile,habilitation Conter. Let me tell you the services that are offered here. I:t po- rides he!,p forr many peop,le, old a, nd young, w!hro h,ave nlo tmp other than perhaps a small financial assistance from welfare. I d,o not mean that the Rehab'ditatio Cea:ter ,o,ffers :finan,cial assistance, for they don't. The be,tp that they ,ffer is even moe needed, fo in flis building there a,e var- io,us tyles of rooms v#hich open rm,w wrIds to tlose who are lhysieally or men ,tty lmn- .dkapped. For in,stance there is an indoor-outd,oo,r sprts r.ocnn n, which physi(a,1 activ- ities are plarmed that disabled peot)le can participate in. Ths,e who eam'ot leave their whec't chairs find t'lat they can join in a wheel Chair d,anec with others who bear tbe same burden. They learn to soci,a,tize and to enjoy them- selws as these new activities are o,p,ene up to them. There are akso easses for the blind to teach them to create with their hands. Painting is taught to all who miffht be interested and is even practiced by individuals wo do n*ot have the use f their hands ,o" a,rms. They learn to paint, holding the bruSh in their mouths. C!hil- dren are lmlped at the lehab- iitation Center tor there are c/!ases for those with lhysical ailments such as muscular dys- trophy, and. three days a week there are el, asses for the men- tally retarded. Many o,f hese ch&dren ame waiting to be ad- mitted to one ,of the over- cowded state instituti, os, and the .hp givea at the Center provides ass to m<tters of these childrem lm me lit- erally tied to the'n- homeS sev- ei days a week s it is difficult to find ,a baby sitter wo will aece the respnibill'ty of a mentally retarded child. All f the ,v*ork at the cen- ter s done .by volu,ners, and those who are receivin the hep conlxibttte wht they can to the program. However, I !much more is needed. It is sad to think that pe,o,ple with such needs exist, but they do all over the world. I've mentioned just a few of the man,y won- derfM and inspiring acts that this center 4ors. If any of you feel the way that I do and wa!nt to help m sme way, you can. The Rehabilitation Center. has been selected  the recip- ie,nt o,f the money raised by the Champagne Bll this year. Alo, dr prize tiekes are heing sold f.o just (me dllar, arid every penny of this money i goes to he Center. You do nt have to be present at the 1 Cl*am,pagne Ball to win,, and the 10 floor prizes are really wohvChile for they invlde! two rotmd trip tickets to Mex- ico City, a 1966 Zenith color television, a family ski ticket to Sehweitzer Basin and many re,are. The only help that this CARD OF THANKS We wish to tha, k tl,e many friends, neiglbars, and rela- fives for their many expres- sions of sympathy during the recent lo,ss of our deax bus, band, tather, grandfatlmr and brother. Mrs. audeo L. Parker. Mr. and Mrs. Win. E. Parker and family Mr. and Ms. Iurence H. Pr- ker ,and famiy Mr. ,a,n,d Mrs. Homer L. Hale and famd,ty Mr. and Mrs'. Chas. T. Parker and family Mr. arid Mrs. Kenneth L. Par- ker and family Mr. ,,ad Mrs. 1-. Goebel atd ,mtIy Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Parker. nYp oraniaztion receives from the United Crusade is the payment ,of the fuel bill for which they are m,o,st grateful. The Rehabilitati,n Center fuqf,il, ls a real need in our own pa.rt ,of the world. Please, help the less fortu,nte; and buy the do.or prize tiekets that you can. WeN hope that you win a trip to Mexico City and yo,u'll kmw that your miney is pro- riding ,new interrests and a new way ,o.f life fr many whv have great needs. Check the want advs. each week. T, he fellow wtm i,s lost "m the woods ,need not worry; the Internal Revenue will find him. We maintain full stocks of prescription drugs . . have the professional skill to dis- pease them promptly . . . and i the reputation to do so at reas- oncble prics. II III BE 5-6348 W. H. Westerman Thank You,, Voters Not only those who supported me, but all those who exercised their franchise in Tuesday's school elec- Garnett Boots tion. I I I I I I II I IIII I I COME IN AND SEE OUR NEWLY REMODELED OFFICE (While you're here, we can discuss Your Insurance Program) 414 FIRST, CHENEY 235-4103 Victor Wilson I I I I The Buy of the Year in EAVES TROUGHS Cheaper than Mail Order Prices (and you'll have no freight to pay!) SAVE,': 44% ON 4 INCH TYPE "K" RAINGUTTER Fix up your Raingutter now to avoid expensive repairs later due to dam- aged roofs, leaks or plugged drains. We have Gutter Elbows and dl the necessary parts now on sale at tre- mendous minD. 99c DO IT YOURSELF AND SAVE... in full ninety-six inch Lengths 6 Protect yore Flower Bed ... Keep water out d the Basement... Pr@m lo Foul Weather NOW. TYPE f :DGETT BROS. Marshall-Wells Store, Cheney