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F Page 6 Chancy Free Press Friday, January 10, 1964 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway High School Boy Killed A 17,year,old senior at Med- ical Lake HJgh SohoM, Bruce Trearse, acckterttly shot and killed himsel at his ,home oat Saturday. He was the son of Oo. and Mrs. S. AIber Trearse of 8244 Cedar at Faircd Air Force Base. Tere are four other clidren at the home. Medical Lake students and tenchars acemled the funeral on Tuesday at the Base Chap- el. His body was seat to Port- land for burial. CARDINALS BEAT PANTHERS Medical Lake's Cardinals won ,their basketball game Sat- urdzy with Med I-Iigh So, tool. The fin ame ended with a score of 47-42. Scoring were Gary Gl'asov wRh 15 point, Bob, ,lrsal with 12, Alan Gil- breh with 10, Jim HiUbrick wRh'six mud Larry Tarvant wth four. Drig the fourth qtmrter nmst of the second str, h_g played. The Cardinaks will play a home game with Newport Fri- day evenirg, with the junior vrsity begi.rming play at 6:30. The drRll:] ,t,team will pefor at hatf me of ,the varsi game. On Saturday evenirg Kettle Ffls will play at Medical Ike wi the gymnastic team entertaining .after ,the junior ,arstty game. MOTHER'S MARCH OF DIMES PLANNED Ja. 15 has been set for the lcCher's Mmh of Dimes in Medical Lake. The drive will start in tlm early evening hour$.  wislng to do- rmte are asked ,to leave heir pcch tits on. The field has been widened  year to in- dude birth defects  ar- thrRis. There are nv two clinics in t state of Washing- ton. Working on the Medical Lake drive will be Mary Smith, wu is on the board of direc- tors, and Loretta Kaglaa and Ze.hra Hyer, assisted by the mothers. FUNERAL HOME VISITED Twenty young folk p0m the yuh group of the Commun- ity Church visited he Bal and : Dedd ,fmeral lmme ,ad crema- torium. After a tour of the lmme ,they were served cocoa and cookies by Mr. and ,Mrs. Krumm. JOHNSON IN HOSPITAL Walter Jlmson urMerwent eye s,rgery m Saced Heart lmspial Tuesday. Mrs. Jh.n- sou is spending some time in Spokane with Mr. and Mrs. Io Wood. Smxlay visitors at .the Johnns were Mr. and Ms. Ce Bower and Lula Cuttirg of Oheney. WRESTLERS DEFEATED The Medical Lake wrestlers o't ,the'" third ma,h Thurs- day evening by a core of 29- 21. Coach Commrs says i.t is by far the best perfor,mance the boys have hvu. J'lm Em- erson proved the most ou.t- stmiing of the evening by pin, mg ,his man in 42 seconds of the first per'rod. Dick Jen- hess won in he second round. He pinned undeated Ralph Carl. Pinning his man in the first rourd was Doug Olm- sad, wth Dick Funs and George Trea winning by de- cisions in three rounds. On Thursday evening the .team met 'here with Deer Park while the-freshman bketbalt team drove to Deer Park to play. This evenirg Wriday) they wiU travel to Rtzville for a return of last week's match. SEMESTER EIDS The first semester ends on Jan. 24 with lest week or the second qtmvter, and semester firm,s begriming on J,an. 20 ad rurmAng hhrough Jan. 24. , Medical Lake Churches ST. JOHN LUTHERAN Rev. Wayne Olsen', asto MomMng services 11:15 Sunday School, 10 n. m. Women of the Church, first Wdo ,esday, 1:30 P. m. ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH Rev. Harris Shana Sunday schbol, 9:45 a. m. Morning worship, 11 a. m. Sunday, young pople, 6:80 p. m. Sunday evening service :4 p. m. Wednesda prayer service, "/'4 p. m. COMMUNITY CHURCH Rev. Charles Billups, purer Church School. 9:4 a. m. Morning worship, 11 a. m. Eyening Service Sunday tot 8. Youth Service Sunday 6 Bible Study Wed., 7:30--8:$0. ST. TIMOTHY'S EPISCOPAL Rev. E. J. Maon. Vicar Gilbert A. Scriven, Lay Ir. First and third Sunday, 4:80 ; remain- ing Sundays, II a. m.: Gommunion served first Sunday at 4:80 : 8rd Thursday fob 'lowing third Monday. 8 a. rn. Evening prayer, 4:80 8rd Sunda; morning prayer, 2nd, 4th and Sth Sun- days, 11 a. m. ST. ANNE'S CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev. E. J. Kowrach, pastor Sundays: 8 a .m.--Lakeland Village, 0 a. m.--Church; 7 P, m.--C%mch; Daily--7:30 a. m.--Chureh. Holy Dnys-- :30 a. m. aM /:80 P. m, --Church. Confton--7 to 8 V. m., Saturda Chlldrh's religion caseins--Monday at $:80 P, m. ..  ASSEMBLY DATE SET The high schooi will Imtd a Naonal Assembly t 2:30 Tuesday, with ,a eneral Mo- tors picture being shown. The topic is "Previews of Pro- gross," concerning the recent developments in science and egineering. PICTURES TAKEN Brchett's Studios will be at the high school Fiday after- noon to get pictures of various ctivRies to be used in the annual. This is the, senior class Choice of photographers. SPEAKER AT PTS The high school PTS met with open tmuse Monday eve- ning, followed by a business meeting and a talk by Ken- neth Kenned), of the EWSC admission ,office, speaking on "What Can oleges Ofer To The Young Men and Women In Our High Schools Today." SHOTS AVAILABLE Salk polio vaccine and other in.,oeulatio Will be offered Wednesday from 10 to 11 a. m. at the Medical Lake Elemen- tary Pre-School Center. MACHINERY REPAIR OFFERED NEXT WEEK You're just in time to get in some repair work on your farm nmelnery or to learn some new ways of doin things around the place by enrolling in the adutt education class, seheduled for Tuesdays and Thursdays, stzing Jan. 14. These classes, under Jay Wood, vocational agriculture department, will be from 7-10 evenings. Anyone is welcome to attend, whether yu have received a crd to enroll or ot. One may work on remed- elg an old Woject, to Work on just one project or to learn new skills. Projects covered will be: arc welding, acetylene welding, ,lthe and machine wrk. ,CHURCH NEWS St. Timothys Guild met Monday, evening at the home .of D0vothya Cambell. The Evening Ci,rle of the St. John's Lutheran Church will meet on Monday evening, Jan. 13 at the home of Mrs. V. A. McMaster. Ladies Aid of the Commun- ity Church met Wedr, esday at the home of Mrs. George Pat- mer with Mrs. Ali'ee Ball as co-hostess. WWl VETERANS NEWS World War I Barracks and Auary w meet at 8 p. m. Jan. 14 ,to insll off, cars for the coming year. Mr. ,and Mrs. George Pal- .m.er .attended the past matrons and past parous holiday party of the 1958 group on Dec. 31 et ,the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clod Allen in Spokane with a potluck supper. On Jan. 4 ,the Palmers, Mrs. Carolyn Kuehne and Mrs. Eva Hines attended a smorgasbord with the 1961 and 1962 group. FALLS SUFFERED The ice this past week was not so good for several. Daisy Lewis fell and dislocated her shoulder and Maude Dittber- her fell and received a severe sprained ankle. DEBATE TEAM TRAVELS The debate team, under the leadership of Mrs. Jamison spent Tuesday afternoon at Davenport. On the team are BarbabTa Paige, Ron RiCh- mend, David Rouse, Stacie Reed, Lonnie Thomas and Sam BelCher. HOT LUNCH MENU Manday -- Creamed chipped beef ,on toast, buttered beets, satad, pecan toffee pudding and- milk. Tuesday  Hot dogs, mus- tard, catsup, peto ceaips, whole kernal corn, gold cake with lemo .sauce and milk. Wednesday -- Chili beans, coffee broad and butter, fruit salad, .plle sauce and . Thursday  Turkey in gra- vy over mashed potatoes, bread and lmer, tossed green salad, FrenCh dressing and milk. Friday- Grilled cheese sanziwieh, macarom and sal- mon salad, diced carrots, gin- ger bread and vthipped cream and milk. PERSONAL MENTIONS Sunday evening dinner guests of Mrs. Eva Hines were Mr. and Mrs. Don Stites and Mrs. J. D. Walker. Visiting with the Swansor, family overnight on Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sheely and family of Dardenlh, Ark. Saturday visitors at the Charles Starkweather home were Mr. and Mrs. Conal Blanchard of Spokane and on Monday visi.tors were Mr. and Mrs. Leanard Martin. The Qutnton Smiths visited wth the Sam Fnks at Ritz- viHe during the holidays. The Waldo Jacksons spent the weekend on the coast. Gwen returned to ,her classes .at Pacific Lutheran at Taco- ma while her parents visid in Edmonds with the Doug Jacksons, in Everett with Mrs. Marie Hendricksen and at Srmhomish with Mr. 'and Mrs. F. A. Snow. Mr. and Mrs. Ftz Gibveth left Wednesday for a three weeks ,trip that wi take them first .to visit with L. R. Arder- son in Olympia. They plan to see friends and relatives in Oregon, CaRfornia and Texas. They expect to sen some time with FrRz and Retha Gll- breth ,and girls in New Or- leans. Guy Kaplan returned home on Tuesday .after spending some .time wi.th ,his grandpar- ents, the Alex FeChners of Spokane. Rev. Bfllups and family spen.t Moday in Kennewick wth Mr. ad Mrs. Lonnie O'Neal. Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Tony Appel for severa! days was Mrs. Naomi DeChenne of Sokae. NEWS BRIEFS New Year's Eve dinner guests at the Merle Bacon home were Mr. and Mrs. Dee Ableman and family of Che- trey, Mr. and Mrs. Ode Roch- lissberg, Carolyn Kuehne and her granddaughter and the Wsley Stew,art amily, who have been visiting here for he lmtidays from Sunnyvale, Calif. They left on New Year's Day. Lyle Fuson returned to WSU after spending the holidays with  amily. Having New Year's dinner wih the Ratoh Tysous were Mr. and Mrs. Hu,bert Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sharer. Visiirg with Mrs. Lilly Snxle from Chelan were ,the D. E. Grfffiths. They and Mrs. Snide attended the Ice Ca- pades in Spokane. Visitors d.uriag the Week at the Claude earner home were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Breeden and Mr. and Mrs. See Pickett. Mrs. Roy Belfils md Steve arrived ,at ,the Hil,brick lome  on Friday evemn, g ,to await the arrival of .Mr. BelfRs i'n Febru- ary. They plan to make ,their home here. Monday overnight visitors were W. N. Joley and C. K. Jolley of Coulee City. Visiting with the Sonne- borns for a week were their to sons, Lt. Edward Sone- born, with the Marines at Oceanside, Calif., and Seaman Duglas Sonnebrn, at Noth- wid near Seattle. Both left Sunday for their bases. While here they spent New Year's Day with ,the A. R. Simons(ms in Spokane. Carmen Carter of Cheney accompanied them. e FROM THE PAST Medical Lake- 1934 Charles Parker :of Tacoma assumed duties as superinten- dent of the state custodial school Monday. He succeeds Waldo F. Smith, who has been connected with the school 19 years. Smith became superin- tendent after the death of Earl Bixler in 1926. Claren, ce Young has been appointed as supervisor at the state custodial school. He succeeds H. F. Schotmueller who left Jan. 1. A number of friends ho- ored Evelyn Morris on her birthday Friday wth a party. Present were Irene Young, Wolene Young, Lois Reeves, Winnie Winett, Gertie Bald- win, Jane Hutchinson, Eliza- beth Watson, Jessie Keene, Vera Barrage, Mrs. George Belebar and Mrs. Young. A teacher, under the CWA program, is o be ,hired for Espanola News By Katherine Hail'away GRANGE HOLDS MEETING Esparmla grange officers and executive committeemen met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Eliza Rosen au and sons, Henry and Waiter, for the purpose of auditing the books. The .grange will meet ,this evening (Friday) with new officers in their chairs. POTLUCK LUNCH PLANNED Irene Rosenau, new presi- dent of .the Es:panola home economics club, an'trounces a pouck lunch at re>an for members and thekr families at the grange halt on Jan. 15. The bttsiness mee.ting will follow. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mrs. Eliza Rosenau, WaRer and Henry hosted a pinochle party at their home on Satur- day evening. Guests were the R:oydal CoMeys, the Albert Rosenaus, the Gordm Hedg- sons, the Lloyd Knapps, the Eugene Wyborney family, the John Labishes, the Leo Holz- nagels and the John Teaches of Spokane. High score win- nets were A1 Rosenau and Doris Holznagel, tow scores were Roydal Conley arid Ella Knapp. Betty La, bish won the traveling prize. The Earl Von Lehe family were New Year's Day dinner guests of .the John Higgins fany at Clear Lake. The Von Lehes are spending so,e time in Spokane with the Dan De- Chennes. DeChenne had sur- gery a,t Deaconess hospital on Tuesday. The Loren Von Lehes spent New Year's evening and the ollowing day with .the Bud Swigarts in Spokane. Sunday dirmer guests at .the Von Lehe home were Vhe Glen Garber family of Reardan. Having the tmlidy dinner with Minnie and Dave Peter- son were Edith Solverson and Gesina Preston. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Appei of ,Medical Lake and Mrs. Na- Four Lakes Lenard Mace--RI 7-7606 WATCH NIGHT HELD New Year's Eve a Wa.tch Nig,ht service was held at Vhe Four Lakes church. There were abou,t 20 present. Law- rence Wayland from Spokane was guest speaker. A filnl strip was shown. The annual membership meedng of .the Four Lakes Community church will be ,held Jan. 13 at 8 p. m. in the church. HUB CLUB TO MEET The Four Lakes Hub club will rhave i;s postponed Ohrist- mas party at the Long Horn Bar-B-Q on Su, ns highway Jan. 23, at 11 a. m. Bring your Christmas gft and also your gift for the birthday box. You wi]l be ,zble .to order from the menu. GRANGE NEWS Don't forget Grange tonight. ,Grange Auxiliary will meet at the home ,of Mrs. Robert R. Beitmeier, Jan. 16. FOUR LAKES SCHOOL NEWS Don't forget the Four Lakes' Elemen,tavy PTO meets Wed- nesday, Jan. 15, at 8 p. m. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. Frank Higgins have returned .to their home in Seattle afte,r spending the C;hrtstmas holidays with Anna family we,re New Year's Day dinner guests of the EIweod Landt family near Spokane. Rusty Holloway spent the weekend in Seattle, where he joined .the Naval Air Reserve. The A1 Willms en.tertained on New Year's Eve for .the Claude Beatties, the Richard Mankes and Jolm H. Weyen. New Ye,r's Day dinner guests at .the Howard Williams lmme were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wil'iam, s .and family of Rear- dan and Ruth Leh rand fam- ily. Tuesday overngh,t visi'rs at the Lloyd Knpp hz>me were Mr..and Mrs. C. E. Grimes E rfurth and Mr. and Mrs. Har- ol*d Erfurth and sons. Mr. arid Mrs. Boats Earls- court and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Laird and family of Valleyford, Friday night. Dallas Henlneigh's mother, Lizzy Henneh, and s broth- er, L. J. Henneigh, and family from Coulee City spent the weekend wth Mr. and Mrs. Dallas He,neigh. The Four Lakes Busy Fin- gers will m e, Tuesctay, Jan. 14 at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Debbie S,orgalo. Janice Andrean spen.t Thursday, Friday and Satur- day with Margaret Jauk. Miss Andrean is from Spokane. Ella Etairm Phillipson spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rasmussen of Span- gle. Mr. ,and Mrs. Sid Larson spent Friday evening with Mrs. Larson',s cou'sin, Wilbur Welker of Spokane. They wore showing ,pictures that they took in Washington D. C. last summer. Sturday the Larsons visited Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mc- Lean of Cheney. Mr. ,ad Mrs. O. K. Phillip- son attended a New Year's Eve costume party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Phillip- son in Spokane. Mr. ,and Mrs. Russell Mace and family entertained New Year's Eve at their home. Th,ose present were Mr. ad Mrs. Fred Peterson and Sheila, Mr. and Mrs'. Gerald Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Larson and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Don Schroder, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Havtferd. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mace went to Spokane to the wed- ding reception ,of Mr. ,and Mrs. Gene Peterson Su:nday a l:tm home of Mrs. Mildred Nicke- son. There were about 3'5 pres- enL William Jones was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lee: Wilcox and family. After din'ner Jones made taffy and they had a ffy pull The Ted Radons arrived for .the taffy pull. Mr. ,and Mrs. Leon Barrick and family left Dec. 20 for California to spend the Christ- omi DeChenne of Spokane were Saturday visitors at the t home of Mr. ,and Mrs. Carl ied. Johnson. Joyce Reilly and d:aughters of Waukon were Tuesday af- ternoon visitors at the home of Pa,tt Selfridge. New Year's Day dinnerl guests at the .home of Mabel Sheaf were Mr. and Mrs. Herb Kukuk and Donnie, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Fine and dwahters and he Osc.ar Musser family. On Thursday Mr. and Mrs. HemT Roberts and Gtadys Harson of Spokane were vis- itors. ESPANOLA BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. Richard Manke spen,t the New Year's hoday with Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Mul- fen and family in Spokane. MJchelle and Kathlee Mu]len returned with the Mankes o stay a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Reit- meier, Sandy and Jerry spen New Year's Day with the R. E. Henry family at Elk. Monday evening found .the Jerry Pickel family and .the Ernie Moriartys coasting near Cheney. On Sunday they skat- ed at Clear Lake. On Saturday . Beverly Cogswell and chdren ad Mrs. Hutton visited at the Moriartys. The Gordon Hodgsons had New Year's Day dinner at the Glyndon Sather home in Wil- bur. Amanda Alberts and Renzil M,cLain attended a Son's and I Daughters of Washington Pie-I neers iuncheon Saturday at[ the home of Mrs. Edith Mag- gart in, Spokane. New Year's Eve visitors at the Bill McGourins home were Mr. and Mrs. Don Lambert of Cheney and Bill McGourin of Spokane. The Marvha Willms were hosts to a New Year's Day din- ner with the A1 Willms and the Claude Beatties as guests. Also present were the Bob Kirks. of Pomeroy arid the Dave Hennings of Wauko. Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Wybor- ney drove the'r son Joe back to scheol at Kent on Tuesday. Ktherine I-olloway and of Newport. On Friday ,the Bob Arnold s of Spoka, ne visit- adul,t classes .if 10 peaans .are l interested was announced by[key, Charles Edall, Alton school sutende Q. j. [Pilard, A. J. Husse, Joseph Lefewe. F Evans and Glen Gilmore. 1954 ' [ A.C. Ohiwuod was installed Miss Cecetle Yellnmn Spokane and Rueben Heyer exchanged wedding yews on Chr,tms Day at the lome of the groom's mother, Mrs. Ag- nes Heyer. Attertdans were Mr. and Mrs. A. L. S venn. Mr. 'and Mrs. Eugene Ahlf ,are parents of a boy born Dec. 28. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Mor- gan and family of Tekoa and Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Wynla and family spen New Year's Day at the B. F. Moran home. Clifton A. Hussey was in- stalled worshipful master of the Medical Lake Masonic lodge No. 102. Other officers include Everett Fuller, Leslie M'ason, Carl Grub, Guy Father- gill, Afred Ellis, Ladd Hers- worshipful master of Medical Lake Masunic ledge. 0er of. ricers are George Turner, Her- bert Demander, Casey Wright, Carl Grub, George Heater, Kenn.e,th Tanner, Frank Mox- ley and Atton Pitard. Medical Lake Toastmistress club elected the foil, owing of- ficers: Hazel Lovern, presi- den,t; Ruth Turner, vice presi- den, Emile Perlain, secretary azd Caroline Kuehne, tresur- el'. Mr. and Mrs. Nell Parks, Su- san and Patti of Newport, Mr. I and Mrs. WiRiam Turtle, Gal and Gary; Mrs. D. B. Trow-: bridge, Dick, Allen and Bruce] and Mrs. Alton Pilhrd spen,t Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam Parks at Espanora. mas holidays with Leon's brother, Floyd Barrick, and family. While in Cornia "61 Cherrolel Imala Spar| Sedan and (backround) Impala '64 Jet-smooth Luxury Chevrolet they visited M,arinehrd, DIS neyland, and KnOt's Ber. Farm. They returned by wa: of Los Angeles md the Re woods. They arrived home th evening o New Year's Day. Mr. and Mrs. James Parr What does it take to make a car a great high- way performer? If the car happens to be a '64 Chevrolet, one thing only. A highway. You'll find everything else already neatly and Jimmy went fishing oil the Snake River Saturday and .- returned Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wynstr "- were dinner guests of Mr. an : Mrs. Che Ashmend of S NO kane New Year's Day. Mrs. Paul Home of Ambe Wa.,Ir and Mrs. Henry Hubbard  svf Moses Lake visited .the W FR stras Friday. kaSn t, N, FOUR LAKES BRIEFS : Act( MrS. Elain Canmng fe,tl  settlesta her yard, Dec. 27, and bro inCn' ,her leg. Her mother, Mr trix, buti( Gretchen Mose, is takirtg ea Cou, of ,her. distr Mr. and Mrs. Henry W disc[r stra are the grandlareuts d Wed .the first baby born in 1964 at1964'tt Lewiston, Idaho. A baby  Cour' Spok %vas born .t0 MrS. WyT1tr the t daughter and son-in-law,  Acco at v and Mrs. Jordan Van Tersc .ter at 1"15 a. m. Jan. 1, 1964,  file and St. Joseph's Iopital in Lew .a D2 , e ( to. The parents receiv ma,ny gifts from the hospit c i and businesses .of Lewi, st She has been named Jo E Mr. and Mrs. Cedy Stande v for spent .the day and had  net with Mrs. Snderfer s s Iter, Mrs. M. P. Burgess, Zn _,d Wash ]Deer Lake Other guests Ws Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kraut a " I boys. : DAN Not s|rlel of th t has ] Pe*'sm An 's n 'Td Uthe '1 ] Spoka Open Under Newl0000fi00j00 Management J  first Breakfast, Lunch anu ill b Dinners tuotDeae Malts, Ice Cream  A ea Gordo, Homemade Pies, Cakes ;wct Open 6 a. m.-9 p. m. !-i Every day except MondaYor Medical' Lake What about special performance equip- ment? Professional driving skills? For them, Nobody has to doctor or coax or soup uPi .__ ez SI these Chevrolets to get the best out of thera, packaged for you--on the car exactly as you And that's really the test of a great high* I sI: pick "it off the showroom floor, way performer: Just about anyone can get In th ' drzvm one ust about an wnerer e seven en rues all the kzck out of g ,3 Y a There s a choice of g" -- .... hi. way up to a twin-carb hgh-compresszon" " just as it comes out, of the showroom., Lkne1.N 425-hp V8*--and four transmissions, includ- Next time youre out y.our dealer s waYtITA. * 0 tate , ing a finely honed 4-speed stick shift, allow a few extra minutes to sample oe e yA And underlying it all--a bump-skimming these highway performers on your own. f , o . Jet-smooth ride that helps keep ...__B L :rerzeal all you': o" Thattl'Yh the performance great even when   e o g "me to do f dri ttion-'vi._ -,yi Ua' the highways aren't so great, r m" a Chevrolet. anataZ'tra7":uoni: THE GREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS Chevrolet ,. Chevelle Chevy II C0rvair. CorveRe or !rye a aderaig Eee them a yovr Cherrold hnoo i;or , ........ """ "= "  nd in dgmen Brown and Halter M otor- ._,,. 513 FIRST ST. CHENEY BE 5-600" obti m