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Lake_ Thursday, June 17, 1982 Cheney Free Press Page 7 rfront arrive More than a ton of concrete and styrofoam docks arrived from the City of Chelan last Friday in Medical Lake. Destined for placement at Waterfron Park early next week, the docks were purchased for an economical $2,000. Their installation marks another com. pleted phase in the planned improvements for the city's recreation system for Waterfront Park and other area parks. ce apprehend outt00 for garage fire Crawford said the blaze destroyed approximately $15,000 worth of pro- perty in the garage and caused an estimated $500 damage to the wooden structure. Medical Lake boy was week in connection 22 fire which gutted a Drive. Sergeant Chuck ue Two eyewitness reported to the police that they had observed the youngster leaving the scene of the fire shortly before they noticed smoke coming out of the garage. Crawford said they brought the youth in for repeated questioning and on June 7, Sgt. Walter Collins of the Spokane County Sheriff's office administered a polygraph test. After the results of the test Crawford and Collins met with the youth, at which Founders Day set Cancel the camping trip, invite friends to the house; June 26-27 are meant to be spent at home as Medical Lake presents its annual Founder's Day celebration. A full range of activities, from clown faces for the kids to a street dance will be offered by the community's local civic groups and the city. Events scheduled include: Founder's Day Run: Beginning at 9 a.m. June 26 runners will have their choice of a three-mile and six-mile course around Medical Lake. Entry fee is $5. T-shirts and medals will be awarded to finishers in thin Founder's Day classic organized by the Lions Club. Softball Tournament: Organized by the Medical Lake Kiwanis, teams will compete Saturday and Sunday begin- ning at 9:30 a.m. Interested partici- pants should contact Timm Shepard at 299-5165. Parade: At 10:30 a.m. Grand Mar- shall Glenda Haugen, the Inland Em- pire's "Mother of the Year" will lead off the parade. Local scout troops, floats, the Percussion-Naut Patriots and Inland Empire Dairy Princess Brenda Reitmeier are among the par- ticipants in the parade. '++"++"++++ Summer programs scheduo!ed ++iiml00+ ..... - ' ", " ' - 'Director : +'+  +:+ + +:++|+ +;++++ +++ ++:++ + +++"++'+ ++  ++"+++ !se u!i!  a u  ! 2i!fie i! :ii!t. ?:i  ii:: :!! m !; llmle !ofafei s :':t :+fiSh:p3 rd :; IParks and rec rea+ +:+:++ ++ ++ + ++|+:+ +'+ + Beginning July 5, swim classes will :  .......... Often, the idle summer's inactivity Two special programs for the young be offered. Progressing from beginner Recently completed as part of his Eagle Scout pro- ject requirements, Lyle Polack Jr., a member of Medical Lake's Boy Scout Troop #370, will present his request to Install this handmade marker on city property at a future city council meeting. Po. lack and other Scouts working towards their Eagle Scout standing are working on a variety of com. munity.orlented projects designed to enhance the city's eye appeal and sense of history. The hand.hewn plaque, complete with decoupaged news clippings, outlines the history of Medical Lake Park. OPEN wl Pharmacy 9 a.m.+ p m Mon.-Sai. " EDICAL LAKE 28-8113 CHENEY 236-8441 (Spokane # 838-1ib'78) time he admitted he had been playing with matches and set a rag on fire. When the fire went out of control, he said he became scared and ran from the scene. If formally charged, the youth could be charged with second degree reckless burning, a gross misdemeanor. Craw- ford said the department is recom- mending counseling for the boy in lieu of criminal charges because of his age and lack of criminal background. DON'T FORGET DAD 5R'S DAY GIFT IDEAS HALLMARK CARDS ELECTRIC SHAVERS WATCHES MEN'S JEWELRY FOR YOUR INFORMATION Three state senators address Lions today IEMEMBER MEDICA L LA KE + SIDEWALK SALE JUNE 26th Guess is the president pro-tempore of the state Senate and Metcalf chairs the Senate Local Government Committee. He has served in the Senate since 1963, while Metcalf first served in the Senate from 1967 to 1975 before returning to the Upper Chamber in 1981. Zimmerman is the chairman of the Senate Local Government Committee. Three state senators will discuss the upcoming Jegislative session and re- view this year's earlier session at a luncheon with the Medical Lake Lions club at noon today. Senators Sam Guess of Spokane, Jack Metcalf of Whidbey Island and Hal Zimmerman of Camas will meet with the members at Clancy V's Restaurant. Softball invitational late night success Heights aeteated Big Foot Pub #2, Spokane, to take the championship. Third place standings went to North- side Merchants of Spokane, with Medi- cal Lake's Village Supply securing a fourth-place finish. "The Medical Lake/Airway Heights Softball Association had a tremendous showing," Shepard said, citing six teams with rankings in the top-half standings. Winners in addition to Little Joe's first place and Village Supply's fourth, were Adams Cleaners with a sixth place slot and Jake's Steak Pit which finished twelfth. Cheney teams which ranked were Cheney Building Supply in seventh and Bill's Tavern in tenth place. Neither three hour delays due to rain nor a finish time of 11:15 p.m. last Sunday could deter more than 24 softball teams from competition in the Sixth Annual Parks and Recreation Invitational sponsored by Medical Lake. Parks and Recreation Director Timm Shepard credited Tournament Direc- tors Mel Miller, Charlie Cuellar and Roger Bale with keeping the games on schedule as much as possible despite rain showers. He also said "that with cooperation of Russ Brown (high school principal) and The Medical Lake School district, we were able to complete the champion- ship game at the high school varsity field." Little Joe's Tavern from Airway I-CLANCY V'S PIZZA RESTAURANT S. 123 Lefevre, Medical Lake - 299-3908 THANKS YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT Effective July 1, 1982, You Can Enjoy Beer and Wine With Your Meals Demonstrations: At 2 p.m. June 26, city boxing and karate teams will demonstrate their respective special- ties in the parking lot at Rainer Bank. Street l)ance: from 8:30 to 11:30 p.m. the band, "Country mist", will provide music for dancers Saturday evening. Other Activities: The parking lot at Rainier Bank will be the site for an ongoing arts and crafts sale sponsored by the 'Kiwanis. Barbecue beef lunches will be prepared by the Lion's club. Other activities include carnival games and rides, a library book sale and a performance at 11:15 a.m by the Percussion-Naut Patriots. On Sunday, a log-rolling fest will be held at Waterfront Park. --COME IN A ND ENJO Y OUR-- PIZZA HOT or COLD SANDWICHES HOMEMADE SOUPS and SALAD BAR VIDEO GA ME ROOM '1 gives way to a yearning to try some- thing different, out of the ordinary. For residents interested in staying summer boredom, the Medical Lake Parks and Recreation department of- fers a range of activities and programs. In the exercise department, classes in ballet, tap and aerobics are planned. Ballet and tap classes, taught by Janet Wilder, begin June 24. Aerobic classes follow on July 5. On Aug. 18 a free Country Swing Dance Seminar will be held at 7 p.m. in city hall. Instructor Sha Ryan will present the free seminar to expose interested persons to the dance form. "Swingers" bitten by the country bug, will be able to participate in classes scheduled to begin in the fall. For those with more specialized and the "young and heart" are also scheduled. For "young people" age 50 or older, Parks and Recreation will present a program every Tuesday at 1 p.m. in city hall. On the first Tuesday of each month a potluck luncheon and movie will highlight the noon hour. When mid-summer blahs infect the youngsters, parents can divert their children's energies into activities plan- ned for the "Fun in the Park for Youth" program July 12-Aug. 27. Rotating between Pioneer and Waterfront Parks, from 1 to 4 p.m. weekdays, youngsters will participate in arts and crafts, games, sports, nature education and other programs. Fee for the program is $5. For information on playing schedules and youth baseball league information Court Repcxt June 7, 1982 Katherine I. Williams, Medical Lake, entered not guilty pleas to charges of having a dog at large and having a dog without a tag. Trial was set for June 14. Joyce G. Maike, Medical Lake, pleaded guilty to having a clog at large and having o dog in the pork. She was fined $50. Michael W. Patterson, Medical Lake, failed to appear for a dog at large charge. Randall L. Allen, Espanola, was found guilty of driving while intoxicated and fined $257.50 and sentenced to 90 days in jail, 89 days suspended. He was also found guilty and fined $80 for possession of marijuana. Kenneth R. Barringer, Medical Lake, was fined $100, $50 suspended, for a total of $80 including court costs, for discharging a weapon in the city limits. Kale L. Bremer, Medical Lake, was fined $100, $50 suspend- ed, for a total of $80 including court costs for discharging o weapon within the city limits. Steven M. Haig, Medical Lake, entered a guilty plea to a charge of negligent driving and was fined $55. Gordon J. Wallace, Medical Lake, was fined $40 for having a dog without the required license. A charge of having a vicious dog was dismissed. Clarke A. Richardson, Spokane, was fined $25 for speeding. Bradley R. Martin, Cheney, was fined $25 for speeding. David M. Rodriguez, Fairchild Air Force Base, had a trial date of June 14 set for a speeding, C hrge. Gory D. McGlinchy, Medical Lake, was fined $30 for speeding. Rodney C. Paul, Spokane, was fined $40 for driving with an expired vehicle license. Ann R. Reynolds, Spokane, was fined $25 for speeding. Richard C. Huber Jr., Fairchild Air Force Base, was fined $20 for speeding. George Freije, Spokane, was fined $20 for speeding. John M. Robert, Yakima, was fined $20 for speeding. Bradley, C. Kaiver, Spokane, failed to appear on a speeding charge. Huynh N. Bui, Spokane, was fined $20 for speeding. Victor D. Ramsey, Medical Lake was fined $20 for speeding. Laurel L. Smith, Medical Lake, was fined $20 for speeding. Kenneth J. Kikuchi, Spokane, was fined $20 for speeding. Richard T. Brown, Fairchild Air Force Base, was fined $20 for speeding. Gary D. Crakes, Fairchild Air Force Base, was tined $20 for speeding. Morgarete Johnson, Spokane, was fined $20 for speeding. Steven Aguilu, Spokane, was fined $15 for speeding. through intermediate levels, the fourth session will conclude on Aug. 27. Shepard also said if sufficient interest exists, the department may offer an introductory swim class for two through five year olds. For more detailed information on class content and meeting times on any programs offered, contact Timm Shepard at 299-5250. Churches Lake City Assembly of God "'Fellowship of the Unashamed" 400 East Grace 299-3139 SUNDAY SERVICES 8:00 a.m. Morning Worship 9:30 a.m. School of the Bible 10:45 a.m. Morning Worship 6:00 p.m. Praise ,9 Prayer Wed., 7p.m. Family Night Bryan Arneson, Pastor 299-3139 M.L. Community Church IV. 203 Washington 29-3286 Sunday School 9:45 Worship Hour 11:00 Family Night 7.'00 Wednesday Christ Centered Bible Believing Max Geisdorf, Pastor (IFCA) St. John's Lutheran Church Worship Hour 10:00 a.m. Sunday School closed for summer Wayne Olsen, Pastor 299-4771 S. 223 Hallett, Mad. Lake, 299-4114 St. Anne Catholic Church MASSES Sat. 6p.m. -- Sun. 8.'30,9" lO a.m. Holy Days 9 a.m. 8" 7p.m. Father Bernard Schiller E. 708 Lake, Mad. Lake, 299-3585 We Have Wedding Wide Variety of Samples to View Wedding Invita tions Napkins Thank You Notes From the Cheney Free Press