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April 23, 1965     Cheney Free Press
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April 23, 1965

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Lake News picture of the old Medical Lake School before it was completely torn down The 75-year-old building had been Students moved across the street to CHIEF GIVES WARNING In commenting today tpon the mistakes h&apos;at people can make t the scene o{ wn accL dent, Police Chief ]ance a, rns of what a motorist slmuld and sould n, ot do at an aeCkient. "Sto,p immediatiey," sat the chief, as cl'se to the scene as without bloc ",k tM- :. Put out #Lares or some kind Turn off ignition, smee gasalne nmy be don',t smoke Count before you sy anything. argue but leave the es- ,blish mt to police and your, company. get assistance fv the Except to avoid fur- do not move them an ambulance rather a doctor, for it is equip- tl,e best possible care Urfles you in first-aid, the less ou 'do for the injured the bet- they ae l'keIy to be." went *on to ma. that "you nl0tify police at once ff mWone has been injured, or f damage appem's to e legal minimum. In m tls is $100. You be , sure to excharge 'nffictil with the other your licen,ses and the of the insurance com- lny, but do n>t reveal the rrtount of coverage you have. e Sure to get frames and ad- dresses of El oceupnts of the r ear md to n<Yee her ap- rent 'lhysical coRditiov, s pe"N.ext, rnke ,a record of al zznent Sacts. Inctide the name of the palice oficer at the Scene, ks badge number reeJaxet, esImchy f lflel driver is at fauit. Your to get in tuh with him. I L stmpect te other driver hn drinking demand tlt  you be give. chemical Iz none is avlable make YOu request is ind,d. the officer's vegort. The f the accident should iv> date, hotrr, lation, weather md rod status of trMfic ntrol devices, directio ach was going and esthnated "Draw a diagram skowin,g type of intersection, if any, Point of imlaet, the posi- of th ears when they. If anyone is taken to get the name and cixvmstances Y Come in handy ,if yu Xave to go to court several tev ad dermis can obscured by the pas- of time. In this state you report to the vorice or paxl within 24 hours to your insurance com- after the accide 'has place," he said. are Mso several things re not requixed in the of axt accident. "You not admit fault. Such ad. made ptrbcly van be 'late-. You are not re- to sign ,aything t the for anybody; bewaxe of chasers and led investigators. You at required to state you are kurt. You ,give your name, ad. and license number to do have a to con- YOr attorney before mak- .amy staCments. It pays to the an,,swers m cse of ide t, he ehbef said. [ YOu don't, your nsurmace [ e ad your driver's lic- [ be in jeopardy," he [ For t Your Printing Needs Pvi6ay, April 23, 1965 What lsacust0mer? A CUSTOMER is the most important person ever in this business, in person or by mail. A CUSTOMER is not dependent on us. we are de- pendent on him. A CUSTOMER is not an interruption of our work. he is the purpose of it. We are not doing him a favor by serving him. he is doing us a favor by giving us the opportunity to do so. A CUSTOMER is not an outsider to our business, he is a part of it. A CUSTOMER h not cold statistics, he is a flesh and blood human being with feelings and emotions like our own. A CUSTOMER is a person who brings us his wants. It is our job to handle them profitably both to him and to us. Y 0 U have seen this before and so have we, but it does help occasionally to reread and to rededicate our company's efforts to the philosophy stated a- bove. The Cheney Free Press Cheney Free [hess Page? (heney Free Press mmmmm,....,.