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Page 8 Cheney Free Press BOWLING Bowlerette8 Kelley's Tavern Bill's Jills M N M Hillerest LiPs Curls 5 B's Gibson's Thriftys Bargain Shop S C O R E $ 23 13 22 14 21 15 18 18 17 19 17 19 13 23 13 23 Kelley's 2746. 960; Marcia Moss 495, 206. Koffee Kup Keglers Krazy Kates 25 li Pied Pipers 20 16 4 Questions 20 16 fill Rollers 17 19 B-Plus 16 20 Cluster Busters 10 26 Pied }'ilxrs 2i30, 742 ; Janey l)yck 461, Bcrneal Gilbreth 170. 5 o'clock Mixed 4 C's 21 15 Bell Ringers 20 16 Has Been,s 18 18 Sandbaggers 17 19 Go Getters 16 16 I & M 16 16 Sandbaggers 2527, 916; Jim Stolp 582, 232; Betty Martin 490, 210. Fireball Chancy Reserves 24 12 Jones' Resort 20 16 1OOF Iodge 19 14 System Amusement 17 181 Lutheran Church 151/2 2Oz Chancy Implement 12 24 Chancy Reserves 2972 ; Lutheran Church 1003 ; Gone WurMerlicht 203 ; Joe Bake 530. Cheney Busineimen Fire Dopartment 28 8 Edgett Brothers 24 12 Wilson Homes 19 17 Was telm Auto 19 17 Fday, November 12, 1965 Magnuson Supports Third Power P!ant At Grand Coulee Statement of Sen. Warren G. Magnuson before the House committee on interior and in- sular affairs in support of the third power plant at Grand Coulee Dam. Mr. Chairman: I appreciate this Opr;ortunity to testify in support of the third power plant for Grand C,ou|ee Dam. A bill authorizing this pro- ject already ,has passed the San,ate. We recognize that this committee will have many questions to which it wt] w'an answers before apwoving th measure, but I earnestly h,opc you will approve it in time ject. The 3.6 million kilowatts to be in.stlled in the thi'rd power hou,se, .added to the 2 million kilowatts in the exisi- ing s,trttcture, wilt again make Grand Co,ulee Dam the world's targest dam. However, I do not pro.pose buildirg it merely to .be the frst in size. The r the House to vote on it be- fore adjournment. The fir,s,t, =RETTY VIEW FOR FREEWAY TRAVEL- riht.cSway is new leveled and covered with units s;hlould be on the Line by lERS is offered on this stretch of the new v;:av.l, ready for paving up to the Salnave ".ad overpass northwest of Cheney. Phc*o Aplil, 1973, and early author-[road being built from Spokane to Tyler. The i, ization wou, ld he:lp meet that four lane highway skirts Granite lake. The by Westerman. target date. [ ........................ Why It Is Necessary I .. ,, ,,, == =[] -  a l  ::2'--  ,_.   RS... TLier e area ,umber (f earn- U|  Win Over PLU .,,, pel,iing ,rea, soals for auth, oriz-  !  = tml - g:UI|UK ing and constructing this pro- Restore Cheney's Savages Eastern Washington State Coege, downed by Whit- worth 21-14 in .a h,omc,eo,mi'ng game last week, faees Pacific i,uheran University m qheo- ma 9aturd,ay rAsh:t, Nov. 13. I. will be the second mee- son game bid. Invitation Possible NAIA play,o[s are held be- tween four team,s. One is from the West, relresenting 13 states, if the Wes has a tea, m a.m.g the first 10. Chancy Motors 17 19. third power house is necessary Bow  Holt 1  to take full .a,dva.age of the Nabisco 13 ROTe 0  [improved stream flows result- Fire Dept, 1103, 3055; G. Fossum ,.; ig from ana,dain sitrage M. Codwin 616. Chone Automotive 3 I dams now being built n the Chancy Depsa'tment Store 27 6/ [ Canadian portion o,f the O0- Chancy Auto Parts 23, . . . Al's Chevron Station 21 19 'ldmhla river under texn,s of Brown  olt 20 20 i the Columbia rive Treaty Cheey Motors 19 21 ltiggins & Henderson 18  wit'h Canada. Withut, the third Sunset View Ranch 161z  power ho,use, power will 0 to Dependable Motor Freight 15 25 Dependahle Motor Freight 2920; Ghe- ,aste--power 'or the region's nay Motors 1028 ; Jack Bear 563, Gord growin, g needs and. by means Young 225. in'g his se'ason between tha two selo.o,l:s. Ea.?tern wan the first ame, 20-5". Hove,ve,r Saturday's co,ntest is n, ot ex- Foe,ted to be so ore,sided. The Savages wi'A be w';t@ut the services o,f two and possibly thTee starte,rs. Subs Lined Up Steve Hocker, tbee4etter semor gua'd, Wlo su.ffered a of the Intertie peaking capae- broken arm in the Whitworth it , for the Southwest st,ates contest, and s,o,r fl'aker Three Plays Slated ...... ' ower, that can l'roduce rev- ad. end Dean. Aams, wlo re-. enues as esew'here in the No- ceved a d:rstovated shoulder m At Co,liege, Local I tion, power ne,ed,s in the Pa-the same game, will not ac- cific Northwest ,are do,ubling  company the team to Tacoma. every 10 y,ers .... This is not enly Ioger Schjel'dahl, armtler sen- Students Get Roles t the lagest p.voject that can be mr guard, las a posmble sholzl- built to meet the needs, it der separation, and if it is co,n- ts also the mast economic, firmed, will :also miss the PLU Easy Payout Seen lobe L. Page, a new mem- ber af the EWS,C drama fac- u,lty but no stranger to. drama lovrs in te Sgokane area, will drect three pys at the co,llege this year. Page, who came to the Cha- ncy college after sever years =t Fort wr ___c___e, has selected Noel Oovcads "Pri. vote Lives" for the first pro. t d'u; Jean Giraudoux's "Ti- [ get at the Ga*s" and Samuel Beckett's "Witirg for Go,at" ] as sung preseneatios. I The ogening preduction wil be leneed three evenings starting Nov. 17, with a mat- inee on the fourth ,afteman. The Giadoux play will be presented h February nd the Beckett tragiedy in May. Oast of fihe Oward lly, described s an intim,te cm- edy m tlee acts, cosss of five characters. They re Leloy T. 3on as Eyt Cas.e; Bar, me J. Webb a Sibyl Olmse; IatM3m A. Mgicozzi as I_ose; Jerry N. Simons as Crowd, Victor Pryrme and Terrl S. MeDo. ouch, as Amanda Prynne. Dr. Harold K. Stevens, EW- SC drama depamen chai. man,  design 'd exevate the p,roducn. ames N. Mer- riE, arhl, will be s,age manager, arid Fred E. Hlbet is assisCa,nt to the director and in charge of set cmastrucion. I muse emphasize the pay- ,out potential of this project. It will pay its way arid then some. Annual revenues, under I)resent Bonne.vHte ras, ex- ceed annual co, including 3 1/8 per cent "mterest, by nearly $4 million per year throglzout tbe 50-year pay- out peved. Camulatively, the l:oject wJl Iroduce a surplus of $265 mIlion duin payout. Or, to put it armther way, rev- enues co}d pay our his pro- jct in 36 years'. Under new rates proposed by the Bonne- ville Power Admia and the Secretary of the Inter- i,,ior, revena'es would be socne- w:lat 'hiher. The point i,s that it wiI be a money-maker for BPA under am,os.t arts' rate. BPA cod cut rtes, and this project wold still pay out. MELODY SINGERS COOKED NOV. ]FlTH The. Melody Singers pblie cocert will be he,kl o Sun- day, Nov. 14 at 7:30 p. m. in the Metlodist ehuc:h. The 30- voe mae chorus will present sacved ,music, hymns and f music. Sonm are the jankr high school youSh group under the d'ireetion of Ms'. algt Mrs. Kn GEoway. A refi ad refreshments ,wfl'l folw. affne. Eastern coach Dave HoSmes said Mck Landmark will move from his left clde spot to Hacker's right guard lostion antd sphamore R,o,ffer Berffh wil g at left tacide. So,Vho- move tIf Oxos, Wlm rC Hacker after h 'was ijured in the WhKwarth game, will replhee Schjeldahl, and ether Randy Be,lren:s ov Bila Gble wffl .replace Adams. Average Reduced Stanton was 'hefll to 51 yords ruslfi, rg again,st Whitwrth, brn,g his season's nt to 1,083 yards in eight games,. This reduced ,his average to 135.3 yard,s per gme, axed may goibly co,t him .his No. 1 na- tional positio in rus'hng. "Pe,I MeTI" wiU need 134 yards ago'ms PLU to break the Eve0 rushin,g record. Eastern's student govern- me.t thought enough of Stanton's records to date that the Associated Student Body council voted to retire his No. 46. As far as any- one knows, this is the first time such action has ever been taken et EWSC. The Savages, ranked Io. 3 rmtonally by the N aol As- sociation of Intenflagiate AUIfletics be2"oe f2m Whitwovlfa lo,s, still may get a post,sea- I I Hottest Prices On The Newest And Best UNICO Ice-Stud Nylon Mud - Snow and Ice Tire A tremendous performing WINTER TIRE under all conditions NOW equipped with TUNGSTEN CtRBIDE STUDS to cut in and take hold on nny sheer ice condi- tion: PERMANENT . ice studs in- serted In tire at the factory. The ulti- mate in winter driving safety. First Quality Features * Deep ragged action burs far get up and go in snow or mud. * elf-eleaning action . . . K-ps tread sharp and clean. * Continuou tread design for smooth ride even on dry roads. * All-nylon cord body to absorb road shock. * And NOW . 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The Northeastern c:haptev of the Heart Ash'.n, sad tat any physician may atte,nd the ses- sions with,ut advance re, is- trachoma .......... e Sample Prices 7:75 x 14 $25.36 th AW Washington Bar Association INSURANCE SNOOPER Maw 'got into an iwtesec- tian crash. Her car was badly damagel but 9he didn't seem to be 'hurt much. Ae.r a day o rs.t he went bck Vo work on a job she had 'held for 35 years. After the accident she com- lla)ned of leg and back pains. She cNmed that the accident caused her loss of tke use of some ,of 'h, ar mu'sel'es. The o,' driver ,had run throu,gh a stop sign and was clearly at fat. Mary filed a "claim aai!nst he (her driv- er's insurance cmla,y for severn thousnd do,lMrs. Secret Movies Made The em,pany hired detec- tives to cheek on lary. They took movirg pictures of h wih a telescope came, pot- taring around her yard, wai- ingn,a hrto work, doing her shod- ping and he like. After Mary se.tfled .her c 'la'nn for coderably less tha she had demanded, she sued the insu,ne company. She was outraged she said, since it had Shovn hese pictures of her [ to many people Who reviewed }.hex claim. J Mary el,aimed tha by taking the pictures the detectives in- Do Yu think se h, asa vaid chum agains,t the irsumnce empany? Company Vindicated In such 'a ituati,on the court said hat when a per0a sub- nts a claim to the insurgence congany for amages, he sub- jeers :himse to .some checking. No claimant can compli f any reasonable investigaio. The 'pictures w,ere a,ll taken in public 1es, ,and that was reasonable,, the court said. 8:25 x 14 S26331 I amther case, a person sued the insurance coany " after it ,sladowed :him day and 8:55 X 14 S27.94 m:'ght ,r months. Tle investi- ovs 'had peeked into his m'ail bex, cut his hedge for a beter view of his house, and Similar Low Prices On gone on to his proerW wth- ot permission. Such "invei. I Other Tire Sizes ,ain" offenl covavnumty I standards and amount o a J Cheney Grange Supply  of "ltrageou, s" codvt, I i th court said. For this he in-I !su eamga,ny did 9ay dm- / ., , ages. l NEWS BRIEFS qLie Royal Neighbor lodge will meet on Mo,nday, Nov. 15, nl the Legion hall at 1:30 p. m. Fmal plans will be made for the bake sale o,n Friday. ' The ChrisUan churches o,f the Spokane district will h,od a men's meeting on Monday, Nov. 15. at t:he Je'fers'o,n St. t.hur,eh. Spoka, ne. Steve Swegle, a stud.ent at [he University af Washington, spent the wcckc,,:d here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Swcgle Mr. a,d Mrs. Stanley ttenO- Ir;cks, Helen and Mark spent ..aLurday in Spakane. They at- iten, dcd the EWSC hme.eoming !ame at Albi stadium and vis- ited her prents, Mr. and Mrs. R a.l.,h T,vnscnd. Mr. and Mrs. George WaL luee 04 Spokane were among those at he EWSC ha,mecca- ins fetivitie.s Saturday. tie is a 2ormer faculty lnembr and was calling on old friends. Mrs. William Sexton of Mil!- v,o,od spc,t the w e,ekend in CheleT as a guest of her ms'th- er, Mrs. A. B. Cutting to at- tend EWSC holneco,ming. She was a former music student at EWSC. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Sirk, aff of Bayview, Idaho, recently re- turned from a three weekz An o,pen letter to the permit- visit with relatives in Orean tees on the rrurnbull Refuge: Thc,y saw rehtives of Mrs. Sir- tl;ass re.e.lwood, Jim Bainter, ......... the Sraoy Brothers, Ro,senz- weig, Cordill and B,abb. Maybe yu men do.n't know it, but it is a law (though may- be unwritten) amo:;g c'atte- men that when you gather cat- te, you keep up the strays and let y'o,ur neighbors know so they can eoine get his and ex- change any of yours that 'he may have gathered. 1 am out one d'ay af riding on yo,ur pasCure now. Not that I don't like to ride but I have other work that needs to be done. I may have to ride several days and s,ll not get him. He may get sa silly out in the brus'in all by himself that I ma never get him alive. A lone yearling steer is hard enouffh to get in on familiar ground. Now I have to. learn 5.000 acres of brush just to get in one calf that you had gathered with your cattle and then turBed loose. Thanks a tot, neiffhbo,rs, Tom B,laylock, A little bit bitter, " Foreman Maj,er Ranch r PATRONIZE YOUR ADVERTISERS koff whom she had ro far in, any years. She is met ]dna Dayton of Lakes. It was Mrs. Morgan of Seattle who wa a Mr. and Mrs. Erl week; not Mr. Morgan. FISHING TRIP SUCCESS Mr. and Mrs. Coy Smi daughter, Shirley, week fishing the river. They returned' with four steelheads five to 18 pounds. GOOD USED Stove $20 and up Used Lamps & Come in and around the stere. THE BARGAIN 504 1st TONIGHT 5 p. m.- 8 p. m., Nov. ] Menu consists of molded, tossed, and cottage cheese salads, whipped fried potatoes. Meat entrees, fish, spaghetti and meatballs. Dinner includes rolls, butter, and all types of relishes. $].65 per Bring complete family to Red Barn Child's portions available. SUPPORT USO THROUGH UNITED COMMUNITY CAMPAIGNS 1 pound Top Sirloin Steak Dinner ._ Ford Galaxie 500/XL 2.Door Hardtop This could bo the quiotos00 cary0u000 over driven -4 Maybe you've driven $20,000 imports. Maybe you think you know how quiet a car can be. Powered "--Jrom... Try a new-" Ford and you're in for the quietest little surprise of your driving life. presented by your And what luxu_ry. Deep pile carpeting. Sculp- tured bucket-seats. Stereo music from Ford's RIRD DBIKR new optional tape played t, - Performance? V-8's up to 425 hp. Come try 'eml RATC: LIFFE COMPANY 402 Second Street Phone 235.6238, Cheney, Wash.