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Page 8 Cheney Free Press Frihy, July !0000(Swi m Team IWins Medals At Pullman CHENEY GIRL HONORED--Dianne Michaelsen of Cheney, "Miss Farm Hospitality" for the Washington Association of Wheat Growers, represented the wheat group at recent Wash- ington Community Festival at Seattle Center. Dianne Michaeisen Joins In Community Festivities Danne Michaclsen, 19, "Miss Farm Hospital*ity, '' represent- ed the Washington Ass,oc]ation of Wheat Growers at the rec- ent five-day " Com- munity Festival" .at Seattle .Center. M,iss vIichaelsen, of Cheney, participated in the event's "Festival of Queens." Together with 3'7 other com- munity queens from th.rouh- rut the state, she was lzonced at Seattle Center Sunday, June 21, the final day of the Pesti- val's celebration of Wahing- ton state's Diamond Jubilee. Space Needle Visited ctivities for the queens in- eluded visits t the Space Needle, a luncheon with "Miss Washington," Ma,rdi Hagen, appearances .at the Pacific Norttwest vacation and travel show and a reception. The queen welcomed visit- ors to her com,munJty's ex- h$it ,and distributed irf{>rma- tion about the area's turit atiracttons. l Over 70,000 person.s visited the Second Annu'al Washing- ton Community Festival and its exhibits, enterti'rmet, and special events. One,hundred communities particiTated in the five4ay Festival. Thee fir place medals were won by members of the Ba.stern Was,hington Recrea- tion Ass'n swim team lt Sat- urday in Putlman. The team participated in an pen-age group meet sponsoced by the Pullman swim club. Joe raves took fint pIace in 50 yard freestyle for boys 11 and 12; Tom Stoe was first in 1 meter divrg for boys 11 ,ar, d 12 and the 11 .and 12-year- old boys relay team, formed by Joe Graves, Mike Graves, Tom Stone and Jlm Wadding- ton, took first in 200 ya,rd free- style relay and fourth in the 200 yard medley relay. Karen Brown took fourth pl.ace in 200 yard breaststroke anti third place n 100 yard fly br girls 15-17. B:b Stone was fifth in 50 yard fly for boys 10 and under; Susa: Mur- phy was si.,:th in 100 yard breas,tstroke for girls 13 and 1., and John Waddington was sixth in 50 yard butterfly for boys 11 and 12. The re,am,red a total o,f 47 points. Other team members w,ho participated were Jim Powers, Tim Morl'an, Peggy Steiner, Nancy Steiner, Dick Sterner, Clleen Murphy, Dina Goo- ley and Debbie KimgNy. The next meet ,on .te swim team's ,schedule is he Junior Olympic meet at Kenewick July 25 and 26. FOUR LAKES VISITORS Mr. and Mrs. 'Bsl Crooks ,and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Crooks from Rockford, Ill., are spendm, g :a few cays with the C. N. Crooks home at Fur Lakes. LONG VISITS HERE Harry Long, former Cheney resident, visited friends in Cheney tb2s week. Long is le- es.ted at Renton where he ,is a technical writer for Mi.lcnanco Corp. The only possible "safety zone" 'a motorist can gain in heavy traffic is open space ahead. The Was'hir.gton State Safety Council advises thJat space between cars must be, in feet, five times the speed. An"accidenf' is an unfed'e- seen evert far which no person is he cause. Nearly all high- way accicents ,ave caused by erratic dTivers, and are mis- named ,as accidents. An English judge fined a yourg ma $28 for ldssing his girl vchile drivir, g. He fined the girl the same amount for aidi,g nd abe,ting. SAFE AT HOME--Steve Wilson crosses home plate with tally for Cheney team No. 1 as catcher Richard Streeter, Cheney team No. 2, waits for throw. Umpire is John Fletcher. Team No. 2 won Little League baseball game 12-7. SAVINGS BONDS TOTAL REPORTED "U. S. Savings Bonds sale in the state of Washi:,gton dtring M,ay totaled $4,674,430." volunteer community Savings Bonds Chairman Edward Bet7 reported here today. "Locally, of this total, $351,- 112 worth of E and H bods x.ere sold in Spoka,ne Co,unty," the chirman cntinued. Course Com.leted Rieh,ard L. Jo,hnson, photo,g- raphers mate airm,a, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen R. Johnson o.f Route 2, Cheney, .re- cently gaduted from p,lotog- raphr's mae sctovl at the Naval Air Station, Pensacola, Fla. Safety is not a ignal light, a sertence, a divided high- way, or an enforcement index. Safety is primarily a state of mind under which all people, realizing the imminence and the consequences o accidents, are wlling to accept th,ose restraints ne,cessary to pre- :,',::t them. The Traffic Institute o f Northwe;stern University es. timates that in one out of every two traffic fatalities, the con- sumption of alcohol is involv- ed. Amost no unauthorized ca's appeared hen the owner put u,p a sign readng, "Cars parked itle$y in th lot will be disassembled." Cheney Ho. 5 Team Defeals BJggy Rats; fheney-M. [. Tied Cheney No. 5, cached by Bob Hcks, took a two-,ame la,d in AA action the pcast week. They edged the Biggy Rats 2-0 and nipped Amber 7-5 i 'two extras irmngs. The Oheney Pumas re- m:ained in s,ec,and place, al- Uough bsing to the Biggy Rats 6-2. The Pumas beat Am,b,er 11-3 last week. Cheney and Medical Lake are now tied for the led in AAA action. C'heney beat re.up l[ound 10-1 .and smashed Wind- s.r 18-3. Medical Lake also sc,ored victories over Fonr Mound and Windsor. Taking Holiday Break All teams are taking a six day break this week for the Fourth of July holiday. Coach Don Goodwin's Che- hey Lions lead the A ba, gue now with our wins and o!y one loss. The Lions beat the 'Devils 15-4 and the Jets 12-7 in the past week's action. The Jc.ts whipped Wirdsor 16-3 and !are in second place with three ,ins and two bases. Wndsar scored its first win o,f the sea- son ast week, downing the Devils 18-3. Safe boating is fun boating. Use eou'tesy a n d common sen,se while a,flat, a4 ",ises the Was-hhgto Stae SafetyCotn'- all. FORMER AREA MAN INSTALLED Nvman Peterson, pe.ous- ly of Espanoa, was recently insOaIled as ,secretary o,f Port- lard Ghapter No. 67 o{ the American Institute of Indus- trial Engineers. An amni d Eastern, Wash- ington Cllege, he is: curren,tly ot the methods staff of the Bonneville computer center, and has been a guest speaker at the University o,f Portland. The Washington era f fie death rate per 100 million miles of travel remained be- tween 4.7 and 4.8 since 1959. Every driver can help bring down that rate by using coup- WAC Private Mary Elle d,u.ghter of Mr. Leorard F. Cheney, w,as 26 as a clerk4ypist C. S. Women's Schogl at Ft. DR. EARNS WINS Dr. J. Brer, ton ern Wa'shington assistant pro,less, or ophy, has won an tes,t sponsored by Nels, on Foundation, N.Y. Dr. Stearns' Rule Utilitarian,lain Content of Duty" tesy and common sense, says first prize. It is the the Washington Safety Co.ur, cil. c:c, ntest which he has you whal's g for you, cul it out! 1 I I Name To: The President's on Physical Fitness Washington, D.C. Since one-third of our nation's youth is ph unfit, please send me your free leaflet to evaluate the youth fitness program of my school. Address i City I i 'ona State LIOUIDATION Cheney Motor As REPRESENTATIVES FOR DUSINES-S FORMS WE ARE LOCAL :L';.:,i J'/ORS OF . . . Register Forms 24 Different STANDARD tODY FORMS, in all popular sizes, are printed in the usual blue ink, in green ink, or in orchid ink, with red ink or second color for added attractiveness. CUSTOM FORMS, tailored to specific requirements, or designed for convenience, economy, and protection. Sizes and punching to fit ALL makes of registers. EZ Out Unit Set Forms With one4ime carbon, for use in type- writers, billing machines, or as hand- written forms. StandardizedCustom--or stock form. NCRNo Carbon Required--sets. Unit set botmd in books. UARCO Recorder or Cashier Porfble uardlan Registers Always WRITE on the job! Choose from 31 decorator colors and flnlshu, plus specials. Locked-in copy protects against forgotten charges or lost records. Consecutively numbered copies are refolded automatically and per- fectly in tapr-proof record com- partmenL Lightweight aluminum portable is desigzIed for records written right on the job. All registers with satin smooth staz...s steel lid. ACCESSORIES--Carbon Rolls. Binders. Files .Ticket Holdert FOR QUAI.I?Y PRINTING--FAST DEI'IVERY PHONE: CHENEY FREE PRESS, 235.6513 .... . , : USED CARS Lloyd Holladay is disposing of his used cars this week at SPECIAL PRICES! 1964 Chev. Pickup-Big Six-4 speed-Long Wide Box, Hunt Bumper, License & Tonage included. This unit has 2,300 miles and carries the regular fac- tory warranty. Save $ $ $ on this like new, white Pickup. $2195.00 1963 Ford V-8 Fairlane 500 4 dr. sedan, auto. trans. P. steering, heater, radio, rear speaker. This is a real clean-one owner car, Turquoise color $2095.00 1959 Ford Falcon 4 dr. Wagon. Deluxe trim, std. trans., b,g six, heater, radio. A popular model Priced to sell, Cambridge Blue $1295.00 1961 Ford V-8 Convertible, Cruisomatic, P. Steering, Heater, Radio, New Tires, Colonial White. A real 4th of July Winner. Special Price $1195.00 dr. Sedan, Powerghde, H & 1Q/gA, they. V-8 B.el Aire 4 ' -,v R. A real nice, clean one-owner car.  $595.00