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August 5, 1982

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Last Thursday, Mr. Steak's Restaurants of Spokane host- an all-day barbecue at Eastern State Hospital for staff residents. With temperatures near 100, the day pro- an appropriate backdrop for water fights with hoses, ball tossing and lots of good eatin'. the fragrance of fresh watermelon and grilled wafting through the air, residents, members of the Lake community and staff enjoyed a day of cama- and leisure. Some of the day's events pictured from top clockwise are: Gary Mamishian and Brad Olmstead it out in a sparring session provided by the Medical Boxing Club; residents toss a giant beach ball under sun; Clowns Lee and Vivian Lloyd, better known as ham it up for the many children attending day's activities; and of course the chow line which rapidly as staffers from Mr. Steak's Restaurants up the goodies. )r Fran Stimpson receives cudos for organiz- the gala event and the Cheney Free Press applauds businesses such as Mr. Steak and other which share good will and good fortune with area institutions. The fit of volunteerism displayed by these happenings is of the outstanding features of the lifestyle of this !!, ii  i,ii Lake =m ,,i,,=l O am t- n Thursday, August 5, 1982 Cheney Free Press Page 5 rly are victims Court Report hone pranks residents were prank calls caller on fire or had just died Police Sergeant Chuck began the 30 when two elderly South Jefferson St. from Washington I from a young woman in the family had attack. According to Caller used the name in at least one of 3 a.m. a North and an elderly saying their roofs man who received L blartin said the caller the fire department, l he would handle the that his roof the police depart- dispatched 15 men and trucks to the false alarm scene. In both cases, the mysterious caller was a young woman the.complaintants said. Sgt. Crawford said the police are investigating the matter. From de- scriptions provided police believe all the calls might have been made by the same female, probably in her late teens or early twenties. The Medical Lake Police Department advises anyone receiving an emer- gency call concerning a member of their family to thoroughly question the call and to ask for a phone number to verify the call. In the case of a fire call, police advise residents to ask the callers name and to investigate the situation themselves, if possible, before notifying the fire department. Any prank calls should be reported to the police department immediately, he said. If apprehended, a prank caller could be charged with making harras- sing phone calls or reporting a false fire alarm. In addition, Crawford said liabilities or expenses incurred by families receiving fake emergency calls could be grounds for a civil suit against a suspect if convicted. Hearthstone Apart- Woman receiving the department which July 26, 1982 Judge Jessie Cowart Richard Wilson, Spokane, was fined $20 for speeding. Frank B. Atchison, Spokane, was fined $25 for speeding. Dennis F. Dennehy, Fairchild Air Force Base, was fined $25 for speeding. William R. Narron, Fair- child Air Force Base, was fined $30 for speeding. Mark M. McCrossan, Fairchild Air Force Base, was fined $30 for speeding. Lee Roundtree, Fairchild Air Force Base, was fined $30 for speeding. David Gonzales, Spokane, was fined $45 for speeding. Ernest A. Allen, Fairchild Air Force Base, was found not guilty of a speeding violation. Ronald H. Thompson, Spokane, entered a not guilty plea to a charge of drivir;g while in- toxicated and had a trial date set for Aug. 30. Gregory A. Cooper, Fairchild Air Force Base, plead guilty to a charge of having a vehicle in an undesignated area and was fined $50. Jeffrey A. Hall, Fairchild Air Force Base, was fined $70 for fishing in closed waters. Lorin K. Robinson, Cheney, plead guilty to a charge of reckless driving and was fined $345 and sentenced to 30 days in jail, 29 days suspended. Glen Wahl, Spokane, had a court date of Aug. 30 set for a charge of driving while intoxicated. Kelly E. Alderman, Medical Lake paid a $165 bond for o minor in possession charge. Eric E. Wilson, Medical Lake, was fined $70 for hal having a valid operators license. Ceven Sutherland, Spokane, was fined $25 for failure to comply with a restrictive sign. Frank A. Williams, had a trial date of Aug. 9 set to hear charge of driving with o revoked license and possession of a controlled substance. Claire Z. Springer, Medical Lake, had a charae of driving while intoxicotAd deferred for six months. Loren G. Johnson, had a trial date of Aug. 30 set to hear charges of driving while intoxicated and driving with a suspended license. Curtis R. Dupey, Ford, was found guilty of negligent driving and was fined $50 and was found guilty of obstruction of the law and was fined $100. He was also sentenced to 30 days in jail, 26 days suspended. He was also fined $30 for driving with an expired drivers license. Donald R. Dennison, Fruitland, received a deferred sentence for one year on a charge of driving while intoxicated on the condition he attend alcohol school. Toddler races reslated Due to the lack of enrollment, the toddler races at Waterfront Park, originally scheduled for July 23 and 30, have been rescheduled for Aug. 26 at 2 p.m. The toddler races will offer three categories of competition. A "walker race", for children who still need a helping hand is the first category. Children still in the crawling stage will have their own competition and two and three-year aids will participate in their own special walking race. A $2 entry fee is required. Pro- ceeds from the fees will be used to purchase refreshments, gifts and awards for all participants. Parents interested in having their future athletes compete should register their children at the Parks and Recreation Department in city hall. Lemonade line-up ! As temperatures soared into the nineties these five enterprising Medical Lake youngsters braved the heat (with a little help from periodic forays into the front yard sprinkler) to sell pink lemonade to passersby. By late afternoon last Thurs- day, the group was turning a profit, thanks to their fine.tasting product and more than a few patrons who tipped them Over their 5 cents fee for the drinks. Sellers from the left are; Caw Snow, Natalie Books, Joy Books, Shan. non Snow and Kelly Snow. Subscribe today The Cheney Free Press II I I II Pharmacy MEDICAL LAKE aS-Ell3 CHENEY 238-11441 Watson moves to Dr. Ulysses E. Watson has been named acting superintendent of West- ern State Hospital at Steilacoom by Alan Gibbs, Secretary of the Depart- ment of Social and Health Services. Watson, who has been superintendent of Eastern State Hospital at Medical Lake since March 1980, will replace Dr. R. Darrell Hamilton, who has been acting superintendent at Western State since the resignation of Dr. Morgan Martin in May. The appointment was effective July 26. Before coming to Washington, Dr. Watson was director of the community mental health center in Bridgeport, Conn. He also served as chief of the division of psychiatry at Bridgeport Hospital. Prior to that, he was director of the Eastern Pennsylvania Psychiat- ric Institute for five years, and held several positions in the Pennsylvania state mental health system, including assistant deputy secretary for research and training and acting superintendent of Fairview State Hospital. Watson, who is 49, is a graduate of Military Air National Guard Airman 1st Class Myron D. Seefeldt, son of Milton C. and Margaret L. Seefeldt of N. 18420 Atlan- tic Road, Colbert, Wash., has gra- duated from the U.S. Air Force air traffic controller course at Keesler Air Force Base, Miss. Seefeldt will now serve with the 1928th Communications Group at MacDill Air Force Base, Fla. He is a 1975 graduate of Mead High School. His wife, Debra, is the daughter of Douglas C. Fisher of E. 3803 Eighth, Spokane, and Gloria Fisher of Spangle. i OPEN g a.m.-6 p.m. Mon.-Sat. ISpokane # Im4S/I) GREAT NEWS FOR DIETERS! Now you can eat the foods you love without gaining starch calories $9.50 Alpha Amylase es tern 50 tablets FOR YOUR INFORMATION DON'T FORGET TO ENTER THE "PICTURE THE HA WKS" PHOTO CONTEST ALPHA-AMYLASE INHIBITOR Temple UniversitySchoolofPharmacy Rob, 58, graduated from the Uni- and received his M.D. degree from versity of Aberdeen Medical School in Jefferson Medical College in Phila- 1951 and received his Diploma of delphia. Psychological Medicine from the Royal Replacing Watson as superintendent College of Physicians and Surgeons of of Eastern State Hospital on an acting London n 1960. basis is Dr. Harold Robb, who has been that hospital's director of professional services since March 1980. Robb, who was born in Scotland and became a naturalized U.S. citizen in 1970, formerly served as director of the Missouri Department of Mental Health, as chief of medical staff at Bryce Hospital in Tuscaloosa Ala., and held several other psychiatric positions in the United States, Scotland, and Eng- land. M. H. Stuart Attorney General Practice of Law 424 First Cheney, WA 235-5196 DIET CE 235.2600 Julie Love 7 am to 12 noon. Mon.-Fri. 1851-1st, Cheney F&M Business Center III I 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 Et Prayer Wed., 7p.m. Family Night Bryan Arneson, Pastor 299-3139 M.L. Community Church N. 203 Washington 2993286 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 Haltstt, Med. Lake, 299-4114 St. Anne Catholic Church MASSES Sat. 6p.m. - Sun. 8:306 10 a.m. Holy Days 9 a.m. It 7p.m. Father Bernard Schiller E. 708 Lake, Med. Lake, 299-3585