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Page 8 Cheney Free Press Friday, December 31, 1965 Gov. Dan Evans Proclaims January Dimes March Month Gov. Dan Evans, in a state-! me released today, has pro- claimed the month of January, !966 as March o$ Dimes lYoth in the State of Washingoaa. The Governor twged  resi- d.ents of the state to join ha generous support of the Marh f Dimes campaign and praised the orgaaia.tion and its th(0us- ds of volunteer workers for their lcadcrship in the f}ght against birth defects. Problem Has Grown Th.e Govorn0r said: "Birth deflects, and the need to find solutions to these complex problems, have assumed the proportions .cf a national emer- gency. Needy one out of 10 American families experienc- 3 Spokane Doctors To Be Consultants EWSC board off trustees has re,a, ppohated two Spokane phy- sicians @nd a Spokane valley orthodontist as consultants to the EWSC speech ,and hearing ,.nic for the second year. The appointees are Drs. Iames P. McNeill and J. Thorn-, :s Ruton, both ear, nose and throat specialists, ad Dr. Ted L. arper, orthodontist. Savages Playing in Rampa Tournament Today and Saturday EWSC wi,ll defend its N am- pa ttoliday Teurnambnt cha, m- pionship at Northwes Nazar- ene College in Nampa, Idaho, today and Satu,r&amp;ay, Dec. 31- ./an. 1. The Savages won the title es the an, guish child born danaged in body or mind. "The tragedy ef birth de- fects can happen to any fam- ily. External factors such as the German measles virus and the drug thalidomide are known to cause thausa of birch deects. It is es,timated that in our own state of Wash- ingten each year 4300 babies are bn with signficant birth defects." Treatment Center Cited overnor Evalns called at- tention o the March of Dimes stmnsored birth defects re- sea_h and treatment eerter at the University of Washing- ton hospital where over 800 cdren with serious @eecs halve already received care. A network of 57 such cet:/rs has aiready been esta,blis:hed i:n the UNted States through the March ,of Dimes eff, orts. Mr. nd Mrs. Tern Presael entertained as Christmas hot iday guests her ,parents Mr. and Mrs. I[orace Bland off Ford. On Ckristmas day they were jdrmd by. his moth, or Mrs. Etta Presnell for a family din- ner. of havirg a last season with wins over Western Montana nd Carroll Collerge% neither of which are tutored this year. Four Teams Entered Eastern, Whitman College, ;larement-Harvey Mudd Col- lege and Northwest Nazarene are entered this year. Pair- ins pit Eastern agairst highly regarded Clareont-Karvey ,Mudd Let 7:30 Friday night, wtih Wtgtman and te host wheel playirg at 9:15. Losers will play loers Sat- urday night at 7:30, and win- ner will go ,against winenr at 9:15 for the touvname title. Coach Ernie McKie's squad returns to acti, on after a lyff over Christmas. The Savages finished fourth in an eigM- team San Diego Christmas to,nrnament, bringing their mason record to 4-5. Coach Makes Changes As a result ef the San Diego ames, McKie has made tw changes in the starting line- up. Ron Drayton, 5-10 junior guard, who was co,ted to the :San Diego alldeurney team, will lain 5-11 captain Ralph Sharp ,as starting guards. Sharp is ,one of on'13' three let- termen on the Eastern squad. the other two, 6-8 Jack Sate, and 6-5 Bill Brite, are. also starters. Bill Bacon, a 6-6 jim,or, will be the other starter. McKie moved thim to a strtiag spe in the last two San Diego games. Quartet Will Get Masters Degree In Spring Exercise Four EWSC studerts wko completed work for nster de- glees at the enid of the f, M1 quarter wll be awarded the de, glees at spring conmeenee- mere. Dr. Raymml P. Witfietd, dean of graduate study at IW- SC, said three students earned aster of education degrees aml ne .a master of science in psychology dgree. MasSy off educMkon degrees were earned b  $oyce L. Gad- den, E 4821 Sixth; Ixmis M. Prugh, S. 5811 Peary, and Wil- liam E. Sponee, Pai'rchi Air Force Base. William F. Love Dave's Auto d#aela & Pete Sa00s " . Let Us Make This Flew Year's Resolution by Chaplain W. F. Furman Turning to the Prophet Isaiah, the 32nd Olmpter ad the 2nd Verse, we read as Col ows: "And a man shall be as a hiding place from the wid and ,a covert from the tem- pest, as rivers of water in a dry place, as the shaow of a great rock in a weary land." Tle desert for the traveler' gives him his happiest exper- ience on the first day, for it is full .of laughter. Then crones the sun with its spe of mer- ciless and intense heat. There are awednspiring distances, here is fatigue and finally si- once. There is no lying down in comfort; there is no medi- ine for the sun by day nor for the wind by night. Sand, wind, sun, want. In the country about wNch Isaiah is spe.aking, tlrst and the parched tongue are frequent experiences. The sand blasts are cruel, the mi- rage is a torment of the spirit but the rock in a weary land is a place of safety, it is an oasis, it promises water, it is a protector and there is cool- ness. Great Man Theory There is involved here a philhy :of his)ry.,, The Great-Man Theory says, G,reat drifts which threaten naons, mankind, civilizatiOn true re- ligion, are stopoed by men of outstanding character and abil- ity. Great men are n, ot the whole )f life, but they are the rice paddies, fishing in a foot of water. Within sound are the roiling breakers of the great ocean. This as a parable of the spiritual experience of too many people. We paddle around in the shallows (in de- veloping our inner religious life). Everyone feels a deep longing which he believes God :'an satisfy. Make This Resolution We see about us men and women who have had success, Do we try? For some grown- ups, prayer is little more tha,n a "Now I lay me down to sleep" at close of day. Or a spontaneous cry for help when trouble arises. Until we know fellowship in religious expres sion, we miss the deepest nmaning of communion with God. It is everyone's duty and ideal to foRow and depend upon and lead others to the Rock off Ages. For the new year let us make this our only resolution, and having beeme the shadow .of a great rck in. i a weary had, we shall then be men and women of out- condition of aH the rest; if it standing character and ability, were not for big men, the lit- for herein lies true greatness. tie man could scarcely live. The first requisites of reli,gion 31 Cheney Region and civilization are outstand- ing Character. To name a few examples, Moses, Luther, College Students Linahn, John, Paul. The call of every crisis in human his- 011 [nil Honor R011 tory is the call for a man like: "The shadow of a great rock in a weary land." Mankind Reawakened This message also contains a Gospel. These great men are but pale shadows of the great spiritual fact; rmnmly, the work of the mar Jesus Ch,rist, the great immovable lck of Ages. What did Jesus (1o? He brought God into fife wih a force and an intensity rmt known before. He gave men something worth living for, worth dying'for. He showed tlmm how to save their souts. He rekirMled within them the (nsiausness of the eternal. He linked the lmman ,rrd the divine into a unity of ex- perierme wch can nr be dissolved. A new spituai ex- perierme was born with fls revelation. The process of de- cay was arrested anti the hole human: race began to nove forward again toward its distamt goal. Jesus' Appearance Timely It ws tpon Jesus that the Christian church was ocgn- ized ad it is still upon him and for .him that it operates. The hristian church was the one living thing, the one insti- tution, that stood amidst: a) the shock of falling empires,; b) the vast inundatin (g bar- baris in the first centuries .of <mr ea. All would have Thirty,one Cheney area stu- dents at EWSC have been aamed to the fall quarter hon- or roll. Donald G. Man'san, acting EWSC registrar, said two Che- my students, Carole L. Buch- er, Route I, and Robert B. Rugo, Roue 2, received per- feet all-A grades. 0thor Cheney students oa the honor roll include Ken- dall L. Andrea, 1221 First; Eliz- abeth A. Cook, 814 Second; William G. Cook, 713 Fifth; Laraine De,bridge, Route 2; Ronatd K. Ferguson, 1219 Ce- dar; John E. Fletcher, 321 Oaklard; Carl C. Frasure, 518 F; Dorothy B. George, Box 222; Mary E. uadecson, 1514 Sec- ond; Eric V. Leighn:ingev, 702 Rimrock Drive; Maa A. Mos- or, 622 Vrd; David M: Nicol. 105 N. Sixth. Miss Ostler on List Rhea M. Ostler, 714 Third Tevrarme D. Resleff, 215 Vine tobert J. Starry, 1706 Fourth Lirda 2onas, 112 Fifth; Bey ta L. Wahl, loute 3; $oyce M. WKtiamson, 500 Buena Via; Glenn E. Willoughby, 310 N. Sixth. Sun G. Wilson and Tim,m- as W. Wilson, 15 W. Sixth, and Barbara J. Wooten, 1015 2hi. Also named to the honor See the Ri0haland, completed work for been lost but for Jesus. He the .master (ff ,science  psy- appeared just at the right time choogy degree, in the order of divine prow donee. He breathed a new Happy is the man  fids spiit into a ew simple men Of and they began at once  la of a fin foundation for a new order. "A man shffi be as a COTTON BOWL New Year's Day On Channel 4- KXLY 10:45 A. M. Arkansas vs. Louisiana State Co.Sponsored by The Hartford Insurance Group and brought to you by Boots Insurance Agency 323 1st Street 235-445 AUTO LICENSES NOTARY PUBLIC INSURANCE hidag place from te wind and a covert from the tempest, the Sha)w of a great rock i a weary lead." Every Man's Duty ArM now we come to the one great resahkm for the new year Which was suggested in the title. Here  a duty and an ideal for us  become as the shadow of a great rock. In each crisis a certain man; aVmes to stop the great drifts of sin and death. In,  day and in our day, it was a Man that Man, Jesus Cqaris. Tl is any man's duty 'and idelfl. The call is for men ,ad wom- en, Who will stand as roels, that will keep back the un- clean and bitter 4rifts that save u.s fom sanbhsts anal irotect us from the tempest and shelter us from tim east wind. The cal is for nen and women who will ,give refresh- ins water to drink and w'lo wll restore our true discevn- lnent. They will dissolve the mage and shade our eyes from the sun and keeo us eol in the fierce heat of lhe day. It is a,ny man's duty anl ideal. It is everyone's duty and ideal. "LaunCh out into the deep." Can't All Be Heroes We cannot 'all be ,h, eroes men of outstanding claractex and ,ability (,as said at the be ginmng), but having accepted him as the man of the ages, follow :him. Chri said "Laurrch out into the deep." In ,the fede2ated Malaya States, we are toM, here are natives  ,sR all day in the rol were Sharon L. Bates, tobort J. Emerson, Beverly J. Harmon aad Douglas A. Olber- cng, all of Medical Lake; lYrig- uel A. Ruble and Beverly G. Wilcox, both off Pour Lakes; Lau E. Hepten, Tyler; Rich- ard A. Fhig and Karen M. Blauert, both of Spangle: Last Month's Bond Sales Below 1964 "(Nh sales of U. S. Savins Bo4s in thi county amounted lo $312,162 lst month," vOln teem community savings bnds chairman Edward Betz report- ed ,here today. "Total sales for the state during Novembe were $4,488,- 925 as compared with $4,916,- 038 or November of l'ast year. "Ntionolly, cash sale of bonds @urilg the month to- taled $338 mllion. Total E and H bonds ouk,tanding national- ly ,has reached an all4me .hgh of $49 billion, 175 mil- lin. "With 1966 only a few days off," he tinted, "if you're for- tunate in receiving an ineo,me tax refund, do as many Amer- teas ,did last year--take your refund in U. S. Savings Rends. ,All you need to do is ceck !the box on your 1965 Federal i invem tax return, requesting :your refund in Savings Rends. The rest is automatic." KENNETH HOSSOMS PLAN OPEN HOUSE :Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hos- som and children were hosis at a famfl7 dinner on Christ- mas day. Guests icluded her mother, Mrs. Veo F. Sll. On New Years day their tradi- tional open ,house will be ob- served from 4 to 7 p. m. at lm]e for friertds and relatives. DICK JORDANS, RODNA, Are I B o W L I N G Ol011tli|01100f$ IARE CHRISTMAS HOSTS ] Bowlerettes ..... m [Kellev's 38 22 I Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Jo /l|d btIF Jh e 1,12 Y/' "/Mr and Mrs. Harve Jm', u#lMIVM |vn lil  " "'0 30 ' " , Bill's Jills 3) !Mr and Mrs. Dennis Core 5 B's .30 30 " .  fAi,e,,,,m LU' Cu,q 9 . I were Christmas dinner gu i k||l- ILIIlI||]I-H||| ]Gibs(n'a Thriftys 27,. "', i of Mr and Mrs. Dick Jm ,e ........ .- ......... IB"iy.S0", ..... lu? lf, ". edna The P " o's 9l;' Bll's Jils 9; . Janey and children at R The world's most exeitin'g I Dyekst s I 4'2;cko,t ]alnau, a t,!jrash, 10]Sl',l,tpre C--. I were a'olrLed b" Mr. and. M basketball aggle,ation co,inest 5 o.]ok ,=,a -9 t)yamer Ktdwill and family to the Spoka,ne coliseum on t (s M  , bpoane. Sunday, Jan. 16 at 4 p. m. fcr lH_  Bns :  I  -- -- ' a aLnst the otent New/Sndb"e" a] aa a game g. . . P ....  Go Getters 31 2.; I ..... York Naztonals neaatlmn,g a Bell Rin,ves . 30 : 4 / o itfrin,c rmek'a;,e o,f thrills/ G, Getters 2a,15, SLY;: Jim Stolp 507, /  / /.,1 ........ w r--- --o Fern Stuhr 510; Fred McKinley 202; l X ' and entertainment. F,,,',o Sl.uh;" 196. / i \\; 1$ Sharing the bill with the F,,.. "e,,.{''': U ...... smen42 22 1: I v' f two power.packed quintets will Fa,.U m.,,ih;r. a6 2S I : ha t-ha oal.chrted Czech,0,slo- V'resterr* AuU 36 28 ] , , ,   ,  Wilson Homes 2,2 ,'{2 vaklan State F, olklore Dancers ci,.,o ,,t,,rs a] a: t from Brague a,a, ensemble of Nahi'" T C 0 3 { , ll, , * '- ) o 9 40 classed among the world s B ...... a olter  4_ I C. Afkins 226. 574; Nabisco 1('18; I Ch.ney Motors 2960. Saperstein saw the group in ' Cheney Automotive Chenoy Departmen Store 39 29 ...... ": finest troupes of its kind. Abe action on one of his mony trips to Eurooe and signed it to accompany his great Globe- trotters, in line with his p,o1- icy of prov}ding a full eve,ni:g if top-notch activity for the fans. Also appearing will be Eva B, asakova, the Czech girl who holds world's and Olym- )ie gymn, a,stic titles. Still Going Strong This helps explain why the Globetrtters after four de,c- ades are a gleater attraction than ever and the toast of six continents. But rule No. 1 in Sapea'stein's procedure to keep his saw ever on top, is a peerless G,kbetrotters squad, steeped in tie tradition of )ower and showmanship. The current anniversary edi- tion is no exception. Back for his 16th season as the cown prince of basketball is the in- imitable Rob ("SlawbaaC') Hall, six feet, two inzh,s of playin,g dynamite and show- m'anship pr excellence. Other star vetelans are J. C. Gip,s,0,n, 6-8; David Gaines, 6-1; Bolby Jo Ma,on, 6-2; Player-Assislan Co,ch B0,bby Milton, 6-1 i seven,,' foote,r Bill ("The Orbit') Gar- ner, and dribble wonder Mur- phy Summons, 6-3. C!ection Received At Sabbath School Will Ai&:Missions Dollar bills and coin-filled red stocMngs decorated the pretty evergreen Christmas [ tree in the Cheney Seventh- I i day Adventist worship place in I Betz School hst Saturday. Fol-] lowin,ga special lath Sabbath l school' program in which the! chiklmn took part, the tree s decorated with gifts saved during the past qum'ter by yottng and old alike. l,s 13th Sablth special C-ristrrms .gft will go to the Solomon ixland for education- al purposes. Annually Advent- ist Sbbath school ofiings support a world-wide mission proglam wih approximately seven and one-half miRion d(}l- h, rs. College Appoints Grad Assistants Two EWS students have been appointed graduate assis- tants by the EWSC board of trustees, and another has been named a graduate fellow. Ec B. GreefieM, Pull, man, and William C. Williams, ALi- quippa, Penn., will be radu- ate assisaats in psylol,o,gy f.or the winter quart. oth are working for a master of science in psyehol, ogy degree ,at EWSC. Paul G. WflRamsan, E. 908 Dalton, has been appointed a graduate feEow n speech cor- rection for the winter and spring quarters. He is wrking for a mster of education de- gree with a major in speech correetiom Asking the boss for a raise is retry a patrkc duty, since the government needs that ad- tional tax on your salttry. :17V,2 3o!6 ' " Cheney Auto Parts Brown & ]loiter 35 33 AI's Chevron Station 3,It/.. 33#e Cheney Motels 33 35 Dependable Motor Freight 3:1 :{5 H gins & Henderso.n 30 37/2 2(|1, .381:, Sunset View Ranch , ,u - Al's Chevron Stati, m 2951; Br(, & nolter ]029; J. Dyck 637. 23:{. Noffee Kup Keglers I': razy l' at es :;6 2,1 4 Quest ion', :{6 2,1 Pied Pipers 31 29 B-Plus 27 :'3 Cluster Busters 25 :45 Pill Rollers 25 .35 B-Plus 2109, 737; Gz'r*'e ]N:mtmck 49S, 183. CORDOVAS LEAVING 1 JAN. 20 FOR MAINE j and Mrs. A. Cordova are J Sgt. lavhag by car Jan. 20 for Maine ta visit her folks with whom she will stay un,til e comes home from Korea. He :has been with the first missie ! battati:on at e Medical Lake site and is being transferred due. to inactivation of the mis- .sile sites. m Jack Crabb {? : :_d:   .. SMITH JEWELERS Catalog Merchant Sears is offering an excellent oppor- tunity to a top level individual to open a business of his own. If you are interested in operating a retail outlet in Cheney, Washin selling Sears Catalog Merchandise consignment, send a brief summary Sears Roebuck & Personnel Dept. 107 2465 Utah Avenue South Seattle, Washington VICTOR WILSON AGENCY [ i,ii  iiii ,i i?; i{!!i/:i; : ; Unio. Oil Distri : M.A. Malmee