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Page 2 Cheney Free Press Fiday, lovember 26, 1965 'T00-C00ENEY FREE PRESS ESTABLISHED 1896 PUBLISHED AT 412 FIRST ST., CHENEY, WASH. NATIONAL EDITORIAL Entered at the Post Office at Cheney, Washington, as Second Class Mater under the Act of March 5, 1897. Issued every @  N Friday morning at Cheney, Washington.  J[ A C T I Spokane County Subscriptions ................................ $4.50 per year - I',_u1..r._u,,arl:i All Other Subscriptions. ....................................... $5.00 per year G. T. FROST .................................. PUBLISHER Spangle News .ewU ..... ana00 mentThe ,ewf ownerfees andis marledVaid'ai''the approximatelynev system will save$20,ooothe I . . --, _ _ I pre-printed tie ,and retains ly in potage and By Jeanne Green I AHI0 /ll!Tl|iA Form j tlus until the vehicle ks so,ld SERVICES HELD FOR [  [again or re,titled. U.S. Savings Bnds RICHARD WICHMAN l i _ . u f.. / All automobile dealers wilI for more than 20 per ce o,eral e,rvs ,held lAflfl0untea Dy }lale [ brave a supply of the new the pubSclyhe'ld o Richard Henry Will, man forms the G,overnment's debt. . . . on N,o,v. 17 from the Iazen and Iffeetive N,o 29 1965 ,mr In explaining the many tea- are described by Treasn'Y Jeger Funeral Home m Spo- ch:sers of automobiles" ' ' will- tures of the new form, Direct- ficials as the keystone of la:ne. Mr. Wichman was a long urse a new and simplified title or Tom,s pointed out that this natton,al debt structure. time re.side,nt of Spangle and form. The announeme was the past few years hwd in I Spokane. He was a member of American Legion pst No. 136' ad lhe Pcaradise grange. He is survived by ls wife D, oris at the h,me: a daughter, Mm. Arlene Hofmn,n o Pla- za; one son, Go,rd,on o,f Span- e; sLx gndchidren and two sitters, Miss lla Wichman, Hemit, C:af., and Mrs. My m,ade in Olympia today by Doughs Toms, director of the Department .of Motor Vehicles. All title form,s in exste,nce pror to ths date will remain v.all'd until the retrieve is so,d or retitled. Simpler Procedure The director sated that. the new th,ree-lart 2orm 11 elim- d ST.OCK FUND. r, 106th DIVIDEND QUARTERLY 0 PER SHARE from earned investment income.,, and a special distribution of 22 PER StlARE from realized capital gains. Payable 10 Years Ago Among the ucky elk hunt- ors who returned to C!heney Surday ,after two days of hunt- ing in the Biu,e mountains were Rtdy Rosenzweig, Dr. W. R. Bern,xl nd ld Auty. The party of nne huners baged seven elk. Carl O. G. Johnso,n of Che- hey left by train Wedesda on the first leg of a journey to Sweden. Upon leaving Swe- den in 1948 he told his mother he wod be back whom She reached her 80th birthday. Mrs. Johnson wll be 80 Nov. 26. Mrs. A. E. AbIema of Che- hey won a free meat at Jim- rule's Cafe this week because sloe was able to name the fea- tured iem in last week's cae ad when sloe was eaed by ptroae. It pays to advertise in The Free Prects. The Lons chub has arva.ng- ed to buy half a buff, al, o, or about 500 poun, ds of meat, and members are selling tiekes for a din;nor to be served in the city hal guditovium the evening of Dec. 8. ,Pharmadst ,at the Cheney Drug store now is: Milton E. Fisher of Spolvae wtm asm- ed the duties recently. All rmws items ad adver- tising cogy will need to be hu a day early next week because o the Thanksgiving ixliday on Thttrsay. Tim Free lress lve to be printed Wed- Directory O. B.'s ELECTRIC Electric Heat  Motors Water Pumps -- Farms Rt. No. 1 CH 4.2705 Spokane, Wash. 99204 City Dry Cleaners CLEANING PRESSING ALTERATIONS LAUNDRY SERVICE 322 FIRST 23SA732 , i i ELECTRIC SERVICE AT ITS BEST Phone 2354410 EDGETT BROS. nesday so the staff will be able to enjoy turkey dn,ner. (This sme situation wiI1 pre- vail next week for the Nov. ]9, 1965, issue.) The Uinte,d Fund drive was conieluded in Cheney this week with  total of $2700 raised, $1000 moe than last ),ear. H, owever, d:onatios ma?' still be made at Smith's Jew- elers. 20 Years Ago Dedication of the ew Ohe- hey ,airport will probity be hem within a few weeks, Fran- cis Lee, one ,of the provriet- ors, ,sa&d t,s week. ire in, the wafts arou'nd the chimrmy of t.lm kihe at Mrie's coffee shop Tuesday caused considerable damage to the Teal nd necssaSed ctosiag the cafe for several dys. Funeral services for Henry B. AShworth, 81, for the pas 10 years Cheney poliice chief, were held Monday at the Jerue funeral htome. Mr. Ashvorth was born in Missouri in 1864, later resid&ng in Montana w!he,re he held police orce po- sition,s. He came t Cheney 12 years ago and joined the p- lice force. He resiNned a few months ago bec,ause of il health. Members of the Qhene high .selol ch, ampionship foo- bal team were eatmned Stmay e verng at dimmv t the Walker lmme with M. and Mrs. H. D. Walker, Mr. and rs. Arthur Beaudra and Ms. Warren Meyers as frosts. Under the reign of its - ereigrm, King Dean Fan and Queen E,ine Lucked, the omma CAdency ;lh seheo carmen1 provided enrtain- meat ,for a large throng of peoIe ,ta Friday nght. Near- ly 1000 pecans watched the program in the high scho autorium. Gross receipts a motmted to $1194 and it is ex- lhe net will be $900. 25 Years Ago Cheney firemen will coe ood ,and clothing @or the zmedy, ,aeeording to an an- nutvemeat by Fire Chief John RoDs. A nnskid armor coat has been put on the Colbia bo- ston for 10 m'des between Cheney and Tyler. Miss Ghdys Qum.n ,has been elected predeat of he Che- hey Business and Prf Wmn's club. I'n the heaviest Nvem,ber Tops in Traction Tires All Sizes New & Recapped Sl0000OW TIRES Steel Studs Installed For Best Non-Skid on Ice & Snow TIRE STORE CHENEY, WASH. I I s rm,w in years, eight in;ches fell this week. Thawing start- ed Thursday. Max B,osre'r suffered injury i,n a eoastirg aeeideat Suncay night a C and Second sreet's. Amber high school haske- 5ai1 team defeated Lament 35-11. Dr. W. H. Anderson, a,n of- tic,a1 of Eastern State hospi- tal for many years, died Nov. ] 1 in Texas. 50 Years Ago Wte,r deatmeat ofieias feel that at last Cheney wl h, ave a ple.ntiful arid a,bs(ute- ly pure supply of water. The new weft, on which work has been ini progress for sever mro3ths, is now finished to a detxth of 563 ee{. Wh, itworth coUege and the Normal school footba teams claslhed "m the hardes fught a,nd s footbafl game sta, ged in Cheney for a From- her ,of years. When the fined whise blew the .score was 6-0 in Cheae.y's favor. Tlmmas Black, wlo uns a bllackmith shlop on wes$ lVh,n street, was taken nto custody charged with vio]ation of the lo,cal option .law by selin 1,iqu, or in dry tevritory.. The ,heine talent pay, "A Bachel'or's Kaneymon," given in he Normal schol adtor- ium .for the benefit of th Chermy Fre depart:me,t, p,ayed to a full hos:e. 60 Years Ago It was anTJlounced in an a's- sembly ,at the Normat sVhol that the cty water had ,bee analyzed and found to be pre s:o that no one need .have ny fear in dnkirg city water. The Cheney athletic club has organized a glee c],ub of about 15 voices. The athletic clu.b ks n,ov meeting three nights a week or basketha pa,cti. J. Graham, Spolane. Rev. Fank A. Venn offici- ated arid burial was at River- sde Memorial Park with the Amebean Legion Farticipatng at the grave. The amily sug- gests that memorial gifts may be given to the building fund of issi, an Aven, ue Presbyter- ia,n ehuvclh in Spokane. CHARLES JESKE IS BURIED AT ROSALIA Finial tribute was paid to Chae 5eske on Nov. 24 at the Iazen and Jae,ger Ftmer- al I{ome in Spokane. Mr. Jeske hd been a resident of bhe Paza and Spokane areas foe 64 years ,and was ,a member of Fkher of Men Terrace HeAh BapSAst ch:urh. He is survived by  wfe artha at the hne; ne daughter and four sons, Ms. Elie Risen, Island af ,CreW; George Jeske, lrt- lrd; Ermnarmel Jeske, War- den; .Clarence eske, Phza; and Eisner Jeke, Anchorage, Ahs- ha; 17 grand, children and two grat-gra:nd,chidren. He was the brother of Mrs. Lena Ra- daeh, Los Altos, CMif.; Mrs. Emma Stevems, Seattle; Mrs. Martha Shirman, Salem, Ore., arid Edward esk.e, W(arden. Rev. Myrl S. Phiesses officiat- ed at gravesMe service at he Re,alia cemetery. BIRTHDAY DINNER HONORS EB BAIRD lb tard was ho,ntored at a birthday dinner at his home hst Sun, day night. Those wlm Iron, areal him were Mr. and Mrs. KEry Reilly, Beverly and Allen, Mrs. Clau,de Schieche, Mrs. Mart2m Nieen, Steve Morford, S,'rley Riley, Judy a,nd Jay B'aird arid im Wyer o Rosah,a. Martday evening Mrs. Eva K0enick gave a su,rpafise bihday steak sui)ger for Eb. Present  Mr. and Mrs. Eb- et Bird, Judy aad Jay, Jm Wyer, My. ,and Mrs. Ckarenoe - " Jeske, Pdck arm Tom, Mr. and Ms. Archie Baird ,sad Shales, Riley. Washington Bar Association The Right To Condemn Under the feul 'sysm in Erhnd, lanl vca oned by the Cvon, with specified lls or tenants having he rigtt of possession. Property owners in this country own theh" lnd outright, the states no longer having the timate tit. But even in this oountry, ownership of land is  ab- slu. It ks still subject to the ri ,o lhe state or fedora,1 government, ami municipali- ties in some circumstances, to take he property for certain al uses. Th ri, ks caled emirmrt doma,n. Eminent domain laws re- quire that there must be a public use and necessity for the taking of the land, and that the landowner be al- lowed just compensation for what is taken, and for dam. ages resulting to other land not actually occupied. The work "taMng" as ap- plied to this phase of hw has been held to irmlde, 'besides aetual pssession, ases lan is dmaged, as far in- stance where h, nd is flooded by backed up waers iovn a dam, or Where a hihy ctrts through the middle o a farm, makirrg it d,amgeus to die livestock to pasture. Under certain conditions private corporations such as telephone and power om- panies or other public utili- ties may exercise the right to condemn property, pro- vided the conditions of pub- lic used and necessity and adequate compensation are met. Lanawrmrs may, i they eel compensation offered is rm{ adequate, have co,penSa- ton determined by a jury -- but t,hey canlnot prevent le takin, g of their hnds ff imblie mcessity for such taking is shown. (This column is written to irfform, ,rt advise. Facts may chane the ,applct,on af the law.) Safe drivers are courteous drivers. Yield the right of way to prevent accidents, when oher drivers assert them- lwes. Make courtesy, a per- manent prt of your driving by adding horse sense to your hore power. 4-H CARD PARTY HELD ON FRIDAY T weer bou. .seven tb- los t the 4-H card party held at the West IAberty cafeteria st Friday evening. Prizes Won were: ]adies h, igh, Paul- ine lohwer; ,second, oReen Cvabtree, and lOw, I HeI- mar. Mn's ,hgh, Otto Bies- nor, second, Ray M,oford; and low, H:aold Girsberger. The dor prize was wn b Mm. Joe Byers:, arm traeving prize by Mrs. Nettie Mil. SCHOOL NEWS The semor play, "Let Me Out of Here," presented in two !perovrnarmes, netted te se [irs $143. The ee vas wel ttended but the evening performance drew only a fair ervd. Liberty debaters ,lOst  Lind last Tuesda;y, puttirrg thn he- limi in league standing. On Thursday they again ost, this time to Riverside. BOARD MEMBERS SEATED The two rmw members of the Liberty district schoo beard, Mrs. Theresa Cormal and Cles lPake, were seated at the board meeting  Tues-  n,ght, The board also elec- Jay Tee as ean and re-elected Pul Sieers as the clerk. Iyler News By Wanda Stengle Large Turnout For Booster Night Tyle's grange booster nkgtrt was enjoyed by a good eowd with 81 present with Deep C:reek, Four Lakes and Espan- ua granges represend. Mrs. Muriel Brown hnd Mrs. ry Praskey for the Valley third ,arrd 'f(mh degree dri,ll team were ailso prose,at. A recorded booster night add, ross ,by sate grange mar Lays Nelson was presented 'and te speakers {or the eve- ng were Barl Hill o Vhm ad Quentin Lardre$h, Lihu totmVy, deputies to state grantge master. The talks were oowed .by recitations and also included skits by Dvid Brown n(d Mrs. Francis Bn; Sue arid }(aye H,am, dressed as Granny and Jed Cmpett, bri'rging their own iza, te several ,steps in the pro- cessin,g of titles for ownership of v0hices. The form is chem- icEy treated ,a,n,d wil!l net re- que the use of carbon paper. I The tlee 'parts of the form [will remain intact until the [owner sells the vehicle. At the [time of the s,ale o the vehicle, [only the informati!o,n n the new owner is needed to cam- ple,te the tranction. Further Explanation The completed form is taken to the county auditor 2or pay- brand of potluck to the sup- per; a guitar duet by Gary nd Steve &bleman accompan- ied by their ather Lee; vocal duet by Bob and Don Sh, ea with Shaon at the pago. Mr. Mi,ler ed the closing of lhe 1ogram with singirg ami'lir srs. Tyler gran,ge elected ofic- em on Nov. 2: master, Mr. Alvin Mier; .overseer, M.vs. Gerald Betz; lecturer, M. Girmy Shea; ebapl,an Mrs. VeI- ma Davis; secreaTy, Mrs. aneis OhiO, dots; tresmer, Harry Childers; steward, Bob Sihea; assisbant sward, H,ar- ,old Jaclon; hdy assistant ,steward, Mrs. M,argie Bown; gatekeeper, Don Shea; Pomo- na, rs. E1ean,or Schell; Flra Mrs. Helen ackson; Ceres. Mrs. Doris Betz; ,home ee. clirrnan, Mrs. Merle Peter- on; executive comnittee, Erl Beta, Gilbert Petersan nd E- met Harris. any Tyler residents attend- ed the fun*oral services of the ,lohnson brothers held No. 17. Mr. ,and Mrs. Alvis East were guests of Mrs. Hank Konsihuk; they drove from Wafla Walh .November 30, 1965 to share holders of record November 12th. A MUTUAL INVESTMENT FUND SPONSORED BY INVESTMENT BONDS & STOCKS SPOKANE AND EASTERN BUILDING " ESTABLISHED 1 See TELEPHONE MADISON4-4101 OUR 76TH YEAR SPOKANE WASHINGTON M BEWARE OF BALLYHOO VITAMINS "Vitamin deficiency" has become a kind of catch phrase. Yet it relates to health, the province of your physician. Should you suspect that you need vitamins, consult your doctor. Let him decide what vitamins, if any, are required. How much more sensible a procedure than to succumb impetuously to nonprofessional ballyhoo for all-purpose, bargain vitamins. Rely on your physician's advice. When he writes a prescription, we are prepared to fill it promptly. to attend the services. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ieith were weekend guests of their da:gh- ter ,and family, M. md Mrs. Glen B.ewivk of We:na,tchee, all0 ls| SL c:lebatmg Hele:n's birthday. Cheney, PHONE 235-6348 Attention Motorists-- The City of Cheney has presently in effect an ordinance restricting overnight parking on city streets. The purpose of this ordinance is to enable city crews to plow snow without being hampered by parked cars. So that you may be informed of the provisions of that ordinance, they are printed below. Ordinance D-45 - Article VIII, Sac, 76 (1), It shall be un" lawful to park or to leave parked any vehicle on any street of the city of Cheney between the hours of 1 a. m. and 6 a. m. from December 1 to March 1. It shall be unlawful to park or to leave parked any vehicle on any street of the City of Cheney except the central business district during heavy snowfall (heavy snowfall meaning a fall on the ground of two inches or more) et anytime between 4 p. m. and 7 a. m. It should be noted that the last paragraph does not coP" tain any limiting dates, but will be in effect with the acl" vent of a snowfall of two or more inches, without warP" ing. The City of Cheney Roy Foss, Clerk