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Page 2 Cheney Free Press Friday, December 31, 1965 CtlENEY FREE PRESS ESTABLISHED 1896 PUBLISHED AT 412 FIRST ST., CHENEY, WASH. Etered at the Post Office at Cheney, Washington, as Second Class Matter under the Act of March 5, 1897. Issued every ,N ATIONAt EDITORIAL Friday morning at Cheney, Washington. J JA SSjTl.rl Spokane County Subscriptions ................................ $4.50 per year ... L, ' x-,, --I._a=a,ir.m,,,l=:as:i All Other Subscriptions ........................................ $5.00 per year G. T. FROST .................................. PUBLISHER orn Dec. 28. Neghbovlmod play- mates were the guests. 10 Years Ago December, 1955 Sund+ay's blizzard promiRed two days of pre-Ohristmas va- cation for Cheney public school ptpils. The all-day snow storm accompanied by 50 rnle an :hour winds piled sn,ov r rfts up to 10 feet on many county road. Adding to the ,hazmxis of drivirg was a silver thaw M,oday that coated the com- plete area with an ice-glaze tlmt made many roads impas- sable. arried Dec. 10 ha a double rirg ceremony at the Oheey Meflmdst Church were Robert Lowry of Tekoa and Miss Sue Daniels of Cheney. The coqle bare reigned froqn a honey- moon trip aoun,d the state of WaShington. The Brawn ard Hote" Mat- ox Compan,y entertained with a .Christmas dinner Wednes- day evening in the College Inn dinin,g room with 25 emp'loy- ees present, holan B,vown ffreeted the gue,s and spoke on the progress made by the company durin'g the past year. Winners of the top six priz- es in the Owl Phanacy's an- nual conest were annnced by the proprietor, Ted Stahl- born. In the boys division Dickie Lee won the bicycle, Ern,ie Geschke an electric train and Ronatd Mill, a flash camera. In the girls division Linda Paulon wo the bike, Carol McMilan a po,rtable phormgraph arid Donna Denny a bride dotl. Ted Edgett was elected pres- den of the Chancy Cham,be,r of Commerce on Dec. 22. E. H. Wagoner was named vice president, Stun Pie'ce seere- ta'y and F. N. Daniels treas- urer. New board membe are Willa1l Bernard, WilLiam Mc- Kinley ,and Harry Hampton. Hol, dover board members are Marion Surbeek and Lea Zim- merman, the o,utg,oin,g presi- denLt. City Councilman Nolan Brown has enterced his name as a candidate for mayr of Chancy for a four year term. Cou, nci]man George Fisher and M. A. Malmoe ,have filed for reelection to ,a four year texzn and Byrd Stlmson for two years. Pete Smith did not file for reelection. Kathy Gamon, who was six years old Wednesd'ay, was the in,cenive for a party given by he: mother, Mrs. W. A. Gamon .L . . ' . . In appreciation of past favors we wish you success in '66. CONTINENTAL OIL DIST. RAY EVERSON 00dve4n motor entrance $|ATTL WASH. iii I I I I I li Close to shopping, theatres and offices.., one block from Monorail- 90 seconds to Seattle Convention .Center. Tastefully appointed rooms at modest rates in- cluding free parking, free television and free ice dispenser. FAMILY PLAN accommodates chil. dren under 14 FREE in room with parents. from $ 8: single llnltffl %, 'hRestaurant & Lunge1 001111111111 ) i.nchoo., dinner, cocktails " |1[] J i dancing nightly / .: USTIN MOTOI HOT. Jte,r.li.& Ou.,m' MOTOR 00OOSEvELT II s,,VEN:r. AND PINE "right downtown" Tele: MAIa 4.1400 IIIII I I I I II 20 Years Ago December, 1945 Tile Cheney gun club was organized with the fol,l,owing officers: Stuart Sovles, pvessi- dent; Hal Jorms, se,creLry- treasurer; Guyel Frost, gover- n,or. Willimn lVtohs, veteran trapsh, ooter, assisted in the r- ganation. WitRam R. Spencer was ad- vanced from vice president to president and Dr. Graham Dres:sler was elected vice pres- ident of the Cheney Chambe of Commerce Thursday even- ig. Robert Brumblay was eSected secretary and F. N. Daniels, tresu:rer. Six govermnent trailea" lmus- as, obtaizmd at PoseD, are rmw on the EWC camps and every effort is beizg made to havei 25 of them in phce and avail- able for married c13e,ge stu- dems by the opening of win- ter quarter on Jan. 2. At a meeting of the nnis- soners of fire district No. 3, it was decided to tmrChase two additimal fire trucks Which it ks 'lmped can be matured a'ntd placed in operation next sea- son. 50 Years Ago December, 1915 At 4:30 a. m. this morning, Dec. 24, the fe ,a]n was sounded loudly, cllin,g people t,o assist ha que,liling a fire in the m:i,l of the Martin Grain arid itling company. A disas- trous fire was averted by J. M. M. Littleton, the night miller, who made the discovery and promptly turned a rea,m o water ,o.n the blaze from the cwrepany's fire firghtig sys- tem. C. D. Martin estimates the loss ad s not less than $1,000. The city council denied e application of Frank Rieg,lev for a liceme to opete a skat- ing rik in the old rirg build- ing. loroe haE, the new darmi- tory t the normal school, is completed and fu.rniture is be- ig instafled tb week. 60 Years Ago December, 1905 Ms. Nellie I. Messenger sold 'her 120 acre farm nea Ohe- nay to David Lehman, ao of Chancy. She takes in exchaxge a residence worth $3000 and $3300 in cash. qobern Pace'fie suvveyars have been at work or several days east of he railroad's pres. eat i#t,of-way. Their e o stwvey a extended though the low meadow lancds. They cut fihouffh John Tyler's val- uable meadow and he swears he is going to employ an at- tannery .at on're to fight the compamy :if they place the road bed on .his prope'ty. ROGER ZIMMERMANS HOSTS FOR REUNION Mr. and Ms. Poger Zmmer- man and cb31dre,n enteainecl with a f,mil,y ,dimea" on Chvmt- mas ,day far his parents Mr. ,rd Mrs. L. E. Zimmerm,an and her parents Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Cox ,of Spokane. Directory For Quick Service On Any Kind of Hauling CALL Dependable Motor Freight 235-6244 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 235-4732 ELECTRIC SERVICE AT ITS BEST Phone 2354410 EDGETT BROS. As every mother of young children knows, the ubiquitous bubble gum does present some problems. This is especially true when the automatic wash- er becomes all gummed up due to failure to find a wad of the stuff in a pocket. * * * However, there is no known rec- ord of any mother making a Federal case of ;bubble gum. Prob- ably the fail- ure to do so has been a realization c.W. Harder by mother that eventually the youngster will mature beyond the bubble gum stage. . * * But now there is a grave question arising if this matur- ity will actnally work in this direction if junior should hap- pen to make a career on the Federal Trade Commission. * * * Recently th august FTC concluded a long study of bub- ble gum which was undoubted- ly most expensive to the tax- payers. The issue was whether one bubble gum manufacturer, having an exclusive contract so that only it could provide pictures of baseball stars with their product, was not in vio- lation of the antitrust laws. This question became one of major import, and required h(urs and hours of study by the staff of attorneys, gather- ing of evidence by staff inves- tigators, although it is  ")us] hoped that it was not deemed necessary for the FTC to sit around for hours chewi:J th stuff, to sort of get a feel of the subject, as it were. The stuff is difficult on false dentures. () National Federation of Independent Business However, bubble gum was spared the limelight of a full scale Federal case when it was finally determined that other bubble gum manufac- turers were able to offer pic- tures of other juvenile attrac- tions apart from the baseball diamond, and with great sol- emnity and proper protocol, the FT closed their files. Now it is perhaps comforting to realize that even bubble gum does not escape the scru- tiny of the United States gov- ernment. This fact should make everyone proud to pay taxes. But on the other hand, there can be a question raised as ta whether or not this sort of thing is the best possible usage of FTC time and talent. , * * At the present time, when mergers are creating monop- olies, when independent busi- ness firms are being severely damaged, if not ruined, by fail- ure to enforce the Robinson- Patman Act, there is question whether bubble gum should take precedence over these far more important matters. , * * Now of course, it is delight- ful and a most human touch to realize that the huge FTC complex could take the time to ascertain whether or not jun- ior is being unduly influenced in his choice of a brand of bubble gum. Perhaps it can be asserted by the FTC that as bubble gum goes, so goes the destiny of a nation. On the oth- er hand, this could be a rather sticky point of view to get across. Thus, it is to be hoped with this great matter out of the way, nothing else will come along to gum up the FTC ac- tions in really vital areas do require its attention. District Diredor of Internal Revenue Explains Sales Tax Dedudion Methods Wa, shington State taxpayers may use a state sales tax table as a guide,ine when preparing thei,r 1965 federal income tax retu,rns. Fr the first time since it was introduced in 1960, 'the able has been prined in the tax iastructions which are i mled to taxpayers, Neal S. W..arrern, district direct,or of In- te,rnal Revenue, said today. The table has been revised this .yea to reflect the 4.2 p-cent mcre'ase in the sales tax rate as of July 1, 1965. The taxis based on a 1960- 61 stud of consumer spend- in,g patterts by the Breau of Laber Statistics and shvs the average amount of state sales tax peid by Washingto resi- dents. The table may be used by taxpayers wire itemize their federal income tax deductons. The table omits the state sales tax n automobiles, boats anal 'mobile ,hnes. Taxpayers who purchase hese items may add the sales taxes paid on the purchase to tle amount shvvn in the table. District D'reer a:rven re- intended taxpayers that they are nt required to trse the tame. The table is furnis.hed Her sister and family Mr. d Mrs. William Gregg and two Children of Portland and Mrs. Edith Davis, made it a four generation family gather- ing. ,On Christmas morning Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Zimmerman entertained the Kveup far a ]breakfast party at their ,lame here. o taxpayers who itemize de- ductio.ns (m therir federal im come tax returns but who wish to use a "standard" amount f, or state sales tax which will n*ot require detailed substan- tiation. Taxpayers have the I ch, oice, of cou,rse, of ded,u,ctin,g the actual amo.unt of state sales taxes paid. as a guide for the co,nven4ence WASHINGTON 1965 STATE SALES TAX TBLE If you itemize your deductions you may use this tab e to determine the general sales tax to be entered ou Form I040, page 2, Part IV. ttowever, if you cal establish that you paid a larger amount, you axe entitled to deduct that amount. This table is based on tim Washington State sale tax of 4 parent to June l, 1965. and 4.2 percent thereafter. Sales taxes for automobile purchases are not included iu the table and they should be added to the table amount, if applicable. Income as showo Family Size (Persons) on line 9, page l, Over Form 1040 1 2 3 4 5 5 Under$1,0()_. $25 ,$32 $33 $43 $43 $43 $1,(X)0-1,499 .... 32 42 43 54 54 54 $1,5(X)-I ,999 .... 39 52 53 66 66 C6 $2,00(2,499 ..... 46 fll 63 76 76 76 $2,X)-2,999 ___ 52 69 72 85 85 86 $3,()0-3,499 .... 58 77 89 94 94 96 $3,509-3,999 .... 6t 84 88 102 103 106 $4,(}00--4,499 69 91 96 109 112 115 $t,0-4,999 74 97 103 116 121 1'-'4 SS,fliXVS,49'3 __. 79 lit3 110 123 129 133 5,5(,-5,999 .... b4 l(19 117 130 137 142 $6,()()-6,499 .... b9 115 124 136 145 150 $()fX)-6.999 .... 93 121 131 142 153 158 $7,(X-7,499 ___ 97 126 137 148 160 166 $7,5(}-7,999 .... 101 131 143 154 167 174 SS,(}0()-S,d99 .... 105 136 149 160 174 181 U,5(X)-.!}!) .... 109 141 155 165 181 18 $9,()0-9,499 ... 113 146 161 170 188 195 $9/!0-9,999 .__ ]IG 15l 166 175 194 202 $10,(X}-11),999._ 122 158 175 183 204 213 $11,0(ll,999_ 129 167 186 193 217 226 $12,009-12,999_ 136 176 197 203 229 :39 $13,(0(13,999__ 143 184 207 212 241 252 $14,(g)0-14,999__ 150 192 217 221 253 265 $15J)0-15,999_ 156 200 227 230 264 277 $16,0()-16,999__ 162 208 237 239 275 289 $17,000-17999__ 168 216 246 248 286 301 $1800(O18,999._ 174 224 255 257 297 313 $19,(X)0-19,999_. 180 231 204 266 307 324 $20,000 & over. 186 238 273 274 317 335 g,$. Treasury Department Internal Revenue Service Dec. No. 5337 (R. 10-65) ,.--7.a.t eeo May the New Year hold many happy times for you and yours. Standard Oil Distributor AI Haskins 14 Evening Classes Starting at College On Tuesday, Jan. 4 Fourteen e,vening graduate classes in business, chemistry, education English, , physical education, psychology and speech will be offered on-cam- pus winter quarter by EWSC. Dr. laymond P. Whitfield, EWSC dean of graduate study, said first cIass meetin,gs ,will be Tuesday evening, J'n. 4, when courscs in neuro-musc- lar reeducation, advanced ed-  ueational psychology, problems in child development, elinic,al I pra.etiee,s in individual intelli- gence testing, and loblerm in organic speech 'dsorde will be offered. Wednesday evening classes include ones in e:hol administration, nor in 17th century neurology, and a sexmr student personnel services. Only one class, a smlnar i bu:siness decisions anllTA meets Thursday evenings. el'ass meets both Mnday We,dnesday evenings. It is meohanisms of reactkms. Other Monday evening sea include those in American education, treads in physic and projective techriques psychology. HI, NEIGHBOR! The neighborhood pharmacy has always been a focal point in the community. It's a grand old American institution. Here, friends meet informally. They talk about the weather, how things are going in the sports world, discuss politics, grumble a bit about taxes. When we fill a prescription for you, it is not just a business transaction. It's an opportunity to be of helpful service to a neighbor and his family. 410 1st St. Cheney, Wash. PHONE 235-6348 / i}i:::ii::iii::]:!:i:::iii:iiii:iii:ii:iiiiiiiiii::::iiii iii i::ii::i::i :::: ::: :: .iii BEN00FRAN KLI N' F 404 1ST CHENEY It's time again to ish nulnerous friends everywhere New Year joy. Cheney Branch Seattle-First National Bank